The intelligent UPS for industrial applications
Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) are used if mains failures threaten to affect the supply voltage.
This ensures the transparency required to guarantee the stability of the supply and optimum use of the battery at all times.
In order to make best use of all features of the new technology, the new QUINT UPS-IQ can be configured and monitored with the UPS-CONF software.
The new intelligence for maximum system availability
The UPS-CONF software displays this in a clearly arranged view, which gives you a full overview of your UPS system at all times.
Furthermore, all events can be tracked in the protocol.
Communication with the battery: Easy startup and high fault tolerance
Continuous monitoring of the power storage device means that you have all information to hand during operation and can respond in good time.
Configurable switching outputs issue important messages before errors occur.
A system failure can be prevented, for example, by means of an alarm message warning that the life expectancy of the battery has expired.
Controlled PC shutdown in the event of a mains failure
This prevents a premature shutdown of the PC.
If the mains power does not return at the end of the buffer time, the UPS shuts down the computer in a controlled fashion.
When the mains power returns, the PC starts automatically and a manual restart is not necessary.
Servicing and maintenance can now be planned - thus reducing costs
If the battery is replaced at the ideal time, you can avoid costs that would occur by replacing the battery too early or after a failure.
The UPS-IQ also features a service mode, which can be activated during operation, for example, in order to replace the battery or perform maintenance work. This informs the control room that the UPS cannot buffer during this period.
The right combination of UPS and battery for every application
AC applications in 120 V AC and 230 V AC networks are provided for by the QUINT UPS-IQ with 500 VA output power.
The matching QUINT battery modules offer buffer times, for example, of 8 hours at 5 A or 30 minutes at 40 A.