Rack-mounted modular UPS ‘derisks entire infrastructure’

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SOCOMEC Modulys RM gamme_562_aSocomec says it has extended its UPS range to address the evolving demands placed upon those responsible for managing data centres, critical buildings and facilities. The firm outlines the benefits in this sponsored post.

Designed-in flexibility ensures protection of an organisation’s vital assets while demonstrating real adaptability, claims the firm, enabling rapid response to dynamic power availability and efficiency challenges.

Socomec says its latest modular rack-mounted UPS development addresses short-term capacity issues whilst meeting longer term growth requirements – delivering reliable, safe, high quality power to the most demanding critical applications, that can be scaled rapidly to meet changing demands.

Rack-mounted modular UPS – for easy, fully-assured and time-saving integration

Socomec’s Modulys GP is a 3-phase modular UPS system designed for 19” rack integration across multiple applications. The company claims it is easy to integrate and install and simple to manage and maintain. It provides maximum availability and power protection in a compact design, according to the firm, leaving space for other rack-mounted devices.

Modulys RM GP has been specifically engineered with full flexibility and fewer parts in order to simplify and optimise every step of the integration process – from sizing to installation – which de-risks the entire project, says Socomec.

As a completely modular system – designed with no single point of failure – Socomec says Modulys RM GP delivers reliable power while ensuring optimum load protection, even during power upgrades or maintenance procedures.

Find out more at Data Centre World Stand E65 or visit www.socomec.co.uk.

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