Schneider Electric rolls out new UPS system
Dubai, June 10, 2013
Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, has launched its new MGE Galaxy 300i UPS system, a simplified and reliable solution for protecting small and medium businesses, commercial buildings, and technical facilities.
The robust and easy to install system offers reliable power protection at the best price to performance ratio, said a statement from the company.
Galaxy 300i is a three-phase UPS product that is fully RoHS (Restriction of the Use of Hazardous Substances) compliant. The power efficiency rates up to 90.5 per cent with output transformer higher than other UPS systems with similar features.
This efficiency provides lower operational and cooling costs over the medium and long-term periods, it stated.
The UPS system uses a double conversion online topology that provides a regulated and reliable power supply. The Galaxy 300i offers an integrated transformer and an internal mechanical bypass in order to provide higher levels of power availability.
These features, combined with the compact design and easy installation, meet all the key requirements of customers looking for a three-phase UPS in the 10-40kVA power range.
Commenting on the launch, Olivier Delepine, VP (Gulf Countries) IT Business said: "Based on feedback from our channel partners and core customers, we identified power availability, dependability, manageability, and ease as some of the prime benefits that UPS systems must offer for low and medium level power users."
"The latest Galaxy 300i system has been designed to deliver a user-friendly device at an affordable price range. It is particularly recommended for end users acquiring a 3-phase UPS for the first time," he added.
The Galaxy 300i system helps users monitor and manage power requirements locally and remotely through a simple web/SNMP interface and a user-friendly display available in 18 languages.-TradeArabia News Service
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