Our uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems deliver exceptional power density, quality, reliability and efficiency. They exhibit technical excellence while occupying minimal floorspace.
Whether it be in support of IT, communications, medical or manufacturing equipment, Mitsubishi Electric has a UPS designed for continuous power to be supplied and critical operations are not interrupted.
If downtime equals disaster for your business, then it makes sense to partner with someone that can deliver the most uptime. Mitsubishi Electric delivers reliability among backup power equipment suppliers through robust proprietary technology designed to deliver continuous power in demanding environments. Mitsubishi Electric’s installed base of 9900, 1100, and Summit Series uninterruptible power supplies have sustained load-carrying capability during more than 99% of their actual operational history. That’s power you can depend on.
Efficiency reduces energy costs and significantly impacts a data center’s bottom line. Mitsubishi Electric’s proprietary double-conversion technology delivers this efficiency without compromising load and power protection. Mitsubishi Electric’s SUMMIT Series® UPS holds the number-one rating on the Energy Star® website in the AC-Double Conversion (VFI) product category.
The key to achieving optimum UPS performance is insulated-gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) power device control. Utilizing a combination of high sampling rates and direct digital control (DDC), Mitsubishi Electric UPS systems are able to perform under severe load conditions. Resulting benefits include excellent output voltage control, dynamic inverter response and minimal voltage distortion during full load steps without the DC source. This maximizes the performance of the UPS and increase the overall reliability of components and the system.
RELIABLE, SPACE-SAVING AND ENERGY EFFICIENT
As the cost of downtime continues to climb, Mitsubishi Electric achieves some of the highest levels of reliability among backup power electronic suppliers. In addition to maximizing uptime, Mitsubishi Electric delivers critical power solutions that provide excellent value in the areas of high efficiency, rapid deployment, total cost of ownership, scalability, premier service and support.
The 9900 AEGIS™ is the smallest in the popular 9900 Series UPS line. The AEGIS is a three-phase, online double-conversion system and features Mitsubishi Electric’s acclaimed three-level IGBT technology for enhanced performance and reliability. The AEGIS boasts a relatively flat efficiency curve, indicating that it is highly efficient regardless of the load.
The 9900B series delivers as much as 97% system efficiency at unity power factor, substantially reducing operation and cooling costs by thousands of dollars annually when compared to the competition.
Certified by Energy Star® in September 2017 to demonstrate 99% efficiency, the Summit Series UPS is rated as the most efficient online UPS. Mitsubishi Electric continues to lead the critical power equipment industry by introducing the first UPS to feature silicon carbide (SiC), the technology described in proceedings of the IEEE as a revolution in power electronics.
With the DiamondPlus® 1100 Series UPS system, Mitsubishi Electric quality and reliability extend beyond the utility power room. Perfect for server rooms, network closets and control rooms, DiamondPlus models provide high-performance power protection for lower but still critical loads.
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