J. Schneider Elektrotechnik Released Advanced DC UPS system

J. Schneider Elektrotechnik Released Advanced DC UPS system

By Energy CIO Insights | Monday, September 07, 2020

The latest DC UPS system of J. Schneider Elektrotechnik provides the benefit of the option between a longer buffer time or longer service life for the safe supply of machinery.

FREMONT, CA: J. Schneider Elektrotechnik is one of the leading providers of uninterruptible power supplies when it comes to cells or capacitors as a buffer medium. The company adds CAPTEC 2410-14 to its product portfolio. With 24 V or 12 V in the input and output and output power of max. 10 A, i is indispensable for safeguarding an industrial PC or functions in machines and systems. The possible buffer time relies on the state of charge, the output current, and the cell voltage of the capacitors.

Voltage fluctuations can have critical consequences for machines and systems. Losses of data and an uncontrolled process interruption cause downtimes and consequential damage. Uninterruptable power supplies are needed to help a buffer medium and conduct a controlled shutdown or process interruption for industrial PCs, machines, and systems.

The TECControl software controls the shutdown of the IPC. This software can be utilized to focus on the service life or the buffer time. For the user, it gives flexibility, by changing the cell voltage, depending on the application, it is possible to opt between longer buffer time or longer service life for no-maintenance units. High-precision managing of currents, voltages, and drive technology features J. Schneider Elektrotechnik. In close consultation with the consumers, custom-made solutions and series products are designed in the product areas. They are transformers, uninterrupted power supplies, high voltage and plasma power supplies, and service center electric drives.

Customer orientation and high quality are the foundation for development and production for J. Schneider Elektrotechnik.

Established in 1939, the company employs more than 360 employees in three plants in Offenburg and Germany. With mutual respect and a significant level of social responsibility, the company develops and manufacture future-proof offerings at the cutting edge of technology for customers.

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