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  • MINIPower PLUS (1.25 -10kVA)

    MINIPowerPLUS

    Single phase
    Single phase
    A single-phase installation consists of a single sine wave input and is typically a single phase of a larger three phase supply. A typical example of this would be a local three pin UK socket which uses 230/240 VAC to supply power. Most small power hardware including rack-mounted servers, telecoms, network switches, computer systems or any device running from a standard three pin UK plug, operate from a single phase supply.
    1-10 kVA
    1-10 kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Standalone
    Standalone
    Standalone UPS systems allow several units to be operated in tandem (known as horizontal scaling) to provide for a greater load.
    Flexible tower or rack-mounted UPS system with a unique scalable design featuring easy to replace mo
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  • PowerWAVE 1000

    PowerWAVE 1000

    Single phase
    Single phase
    A single-phase installation consists of a single sine wave input and is typically a single phase of a larger three phase supply. A typical example of this would be a local three pin UK socket which uses 230/240 VAC to supply power. Most small power hardware including rack-mounted servers, telecoms, network switches, computer systems or any device running from a standard three pin UK plug, operate from a single phase supply.
    1-10 kVA
    1-10 kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Rackmounted
    Rackmounted
    Designed to fit industry-standard-sized computer racks and cabinets (19" wide).
    Standalone
    Standalone
    Standalone UPS systems allow several units to be operated in tandem (known as horizontal scaling) to provide for a greater load.
    Single phase UPS system for server, network, VoIP and telecommunication applications. Combines high
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  • PowerWAVE 3000TP (10-20kVA)

    PowerWAVE 3000/TP

    Single phase
    Single phase
    A single-phase installation consists of a single sine wave input and is typically a single phase of a larger three phase supply. A typical example of this would be a local three pin UK socket which uses 230/240 VAC to supply power. Most small power hardware including rack-mounted servers, telecoms, network switches, computer systems or any device running from a standard three pin UK plug, operate from a single phase supply.
    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    10kVA & 20kVA
    10kVA & 20kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Standalone
    Standalone
    Standalone UPS systems allow several units to be operated in tandem (known as horizontal scaling) to provide for a greater load.
    One of the most compact single phase UPS systems delivering critical power protection of up to 80 kV
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  • PowerWAVE 5000/TP 60-500kVA (Stand-alone 10-50kVA)

    PowerWAVE 5000/TP

    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    10-50 kVA
    10-50 kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Standalone
    Standalone
    Standalone UPS systems allow several units to be operated in tandem (known as horizontal scaling) to provide for a greater load.
    Standalone three-phase UPS system available in seven power ratings from 10 to 50kVA and in different
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  • PowerWAVE 6000

    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    60-500 kVA (500kW)
    60-500 kVA (500kW)
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Standalone
    Standalone
    Standalone UPS systems allow several units to be operated in tandem (known as horizontal scaling) to provide for a greater load.
    Transformerless 3 phase UPS from 60 kVA to 500 kVA, parallelable up to 5 MVA. Offering both intellig
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  • PowerWAVE T Series Generator

    PowerWAVE T Series

    Single phase
    Single phase
    A single-phase installation consists of a single sine wave input and is typically a single phase of a larger three phase supply. A typical example of this would be a local three pin UK socket which uses 230/240 VAC to supply power. Most small power hardware including rack-mounted servers, telecoms, network switches, computer systems or any device running from a standard three pin UK plug, operate from a single phase supply.
    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    5-44 kVA
    5-44 kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Powerful series of standby generators available in 11 models from 5kVA to 44kVA for single and three
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  • PowerWAVE K Series Generator

    PowerWAVE K Series

    Single phase
    Single phase
    A single-phase installation consists of a single sine wave input and is typically a single phase of a larger three phase supply. A typical example of this would be a local three pin UK socket which uses 230/240 VAC to supply power. Most small power hardware including rack-mounted servers, telecoms, network switches, computer systems or any device running from a standard three pin UK plug, operate from a single phase supply.
    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    6-44 kVA
    6-44 kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Reliable series of single and three phase standby generators from 6kVA to 44kVA. Each generator is b
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  • PowerWAVE J Series Generator

    PowerWAVE J Series

    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    22-440 kVA
    22-440 kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Series of three phase UPS generators providing power from 22 to 440 kVA. Each generator is powered b
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  • PowerWAVE V Series Generator

    PowerWAVE V Series

    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    220-700 kVA
    220-700 kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    High specification range of UPS generators providing ‘turnkey’ backup power with APM403 control pane
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  • PowerWAVE D Series Generator

    PowerWAVE D Series

    Three phase
    Three phase
    A three-phase installation uses the full three phases which are generated from the grid. A three phase electrical supply comprises of three individual sine waves, and can be installed as either a three wire or three wire & neutral configuration. A three-phase source would typically come from a local transformer, with the standard three phase voltage being 400/415 VAC.
    275-830 kVA
    275-830 kVA
    Understanding the total kVA requirement of a critical load is a key part of establishing a UPS’ true sizing requirement. For more information see kVA calculator and guide to choosing a UPS.
    Powerful series of three phase UPS generators providing power from 275kVA to 830kVA. Each generator
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