All The Benefits of Online Double Conversion UPS, with input Isolation Transformer. Delivers Clean, Fully Conditioned Power, free from noise, voltage spikes and common mode disturbances.
Product Range 1-10KVA (6&10 Parallel Capable)
Supreme level of power protection against surges, spikes.
True isolation, removes earth leakage and reduces risk of shock
True online double conversion topology
Microprocessor controlled high reliability design
Programmable output voltage
High Power Factor minimising overload risk.
Wide input voltage 130-300Vac
ECO mode for energy saving
Programmable outlets on pluggable units to ensure critical loads afforded most runtime.
Over temperature protection and alarm
Automatic Battery Test
User friendly comprehensive LCD
Input Power Factor Correction
Emergency Power Off Function
Available with bespoke power distribution and cable sets
CE marked, certified to EN60240
Five Year Warranty on Electronics, 2 years on battery.
Industry leading warranty
Model Feature Summary
Output Voltage Setting
Frequency Conversion Mode 50/60Hz input – 50 or 60Hz fixed output
ECO mode High Efficiency Mode with Adjustable Limits
Selectable Bypass Allows internal byass to be enabled or disabled
Programmable Outlet Allows outlets to be active only for set period when on battery.
Adjustable Charge Current
Adjustable Charge Voltage
Online Double Conversion Topology Benefits
No Break Output
There is no break in the output voltage when transitioning from mains power to battery power or vice-versa.
Pure Sine Wave
The high frequency PWM inverter produces an output waveform of the highest quality, free from distortions or harmonics
Being online the unit is designed to work from inverter at all times. Coupled with built in high capacity charger allows the TX to operate for extended periods on battery power alone.
Fixed Output Voltage
Not only is the output voltage fixed and unmoving, it can be set from 208 to 240V for voltage sensitive applications or to reduce power consumption.
Wide Input Voltage Window
The TX series can operate on voltages as low as 130V and as high as 300V without reverting to battery power, thereby extending battery life in areas with poor power regulation.
The TX Series can be set to output 50Hz or 60Hz regardless of the input frequency to allow the unit to power equipment designed for different frequencies.
Input Isolation Transformer Benefits
Removes Noise. Common Mode Noise is a phenomenon that can affect the correct operation of electronic systems. Conventional online UPS do not eliminate common mode noise as the neutral conductor is tied through from input to output. Note that noise is a form of a high frequency voltage and a voltage has to appear between two points, and in this case, this is between neutral and earth. The use of an isolation transformer creates a new secondary voltage supply which is, by definition, isolated from the input. Therefore any noise between the input Neutral and Earth, cannot exist between the output neutral and earth and is, therefore, effectively blocked from affecting the load.
Added Safety. The use of an isolation transformer will stop upstream residual current devices from working. This is because any leakage current paths will be contained in the secondary of the transformer. Clearly, in instances where an RCD has been deemed necessary then it is essential to maintain electrical safety downstream of the transformer. Other manufacturers bond the neutral and earth on their transformers and this is exactly what you should not do. Our transformers are truly floating which prevents the risk of electric shock.
No Regulation Issues All transformers have a property called regulation. This is the difference in percentage terms of the output of the transformer under no load conditions, to the output of the transformer under full load conditions. Under no load, the output voltage is higher than when under full load and the amount of which depends upon the quality of the transformer and the design characteristics. When, as is the case with some other manufacturers, the transformer is on the output, the voltage can seem quite high when measured on no load or low load conditions. Equally, when surges of power are taken by the load, the output voltage can fall causing under voltage problems with the load. Our isolation transformer is on the input, meaning that the UPS inverter directly connects with the load ensuring that the voltage seen is always the same, regardless of the load characteristics. Note that on non-online double conversion systems, such as line interactive, voltage regulation issues are exacerbated.
Ease of Installation
Ramps and Wheels 3KVA and above have ramps and wheels to ensure positioning the unit is as effortless as possible.
Small Footprint The units are as compact as possible, occupying far less space than competitive isolated products.
Hardwired Units Can be Pre-Wired You don’t need an electrician to wire the UPS. We can provide the 6&10KVAs with pre-wired leads and industrial plugs and couplers. What’s more, we can derate systems, for example, to wire 16A circuits into the 6KVA UPS.
Custom Cable Assemblies and Power Distribution We can provide Power Distribution Units (PDU) and bespoke cable kits, so when your engineer turns up on site she has everything to hand.
External Battery Cabs
The available runtime can be extended with the addition of external battery cabs. Due to weight, each cab is on wheels. Whilst some cabs are simply battery, others do contain built in chargers.