Emerson Network Power has announced that its next-generation Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) system is now available throughout Europe, Middle East and Africa.
The so-called Trinergy Cube is designed to meet the needs of enterprise-class data centres, offering flexibility and scalability. With high power density cores, optimised efficiency at partial load conditions and hot scalability, it delivers adaptability currently unavailable anywhere else in the market, Emerson says.
Reaching up to 3MW in a single static UPS, enabling capacity levels previously only achieved by rotary UPS solutions, the extreme high-power density within the single unit ensures that data centre managers can make the best use of available floor space, overcoming space constraints and ever-rising real estate costs, as well as optimising TCO.
Trinergy Cube is scalable up to 20MW in a parallel system. It can be configured in an L-shape or back-to-back to suit the layout of a wide range of installation spaces. It has an average operational efficiency of 98.5%, and up to 99.5% maximum efficiency, Emerson says.
“The evolution of Emerson Network Power’s Trinergy Cube marks the next-generation in UPS technologies, building on the original ground-breaking Trinergy product and significantly reducing operation costs. Our R&D team worked closely with customers in order to better understand the most pressing pain points they have today and those they foresee for the future,” said Giovanni Zanei, product marketing director, Power Systems for Emerson Network Power in Europe, Middle East and Africa.
“Our goal is always to deliver solutions to our customers which seek to meet the data centre needs of the future. While it is not always easy to predict industry trends that are yet to come, each product and solution we develop draws on a significant network of talent and expertise, alongside the valuable insights we glean directly from our customers,” added Franco Costa, vice president and general manager, Power Systems, Emerson Network Power in Europe, Middle East, and Africa.