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Schneider Electric extends Easy UPS 3-phase UPS range up to 600kVa

Written by Wed 8 Jul 2020


New UPS designed for medium and large commercial buildings and light industrial applications

Schneider Electric has expanded its Easy UPS 3-phase Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) range to 500 and 600 kVA (400V) for external batteries.

The new Easy UPS 3L is aimed at medium and large commercial buildings, data centres, and light industrial UPS applications where critical equipment needs to be protected from power outages, surges, and spikes.

Its conformal coated printed circuit boards, replaceable dust filter and operating temperature of up to 40°C enables resiliency in harsh environments, Schneider said.

Further configuration options and accessories enables easy integration into a variety of operating environments.

Easy UPS 3L includes a wide battery voltage window and accommodates a variety of battery configurations, including battery banks. An optional network card integrates the UPS with Schneider’s cloud-based DCIM platform EcoStruxure IT.

Easy UPS 3L is available in all regions that support 400V, except China and Japan, and buyers can leverage Schneider’s global network of local specialist services for quick install and lifecycle report.

“Thanks to an exceptional combination of competitive specifications; robust, flexible, and fault-tolerant design that enhances availability; and an optimised footprint that saves valuable real estate, the Easy UPS 3L is the ideal choice for easy business continuity and optimised investment, whether it’s on your shop floor or in your electrical room,” said Mustafa Demirkol, Global VP, 3-Phase UPS Offer Management & Marketing, Schneider Electric.

“It is easy to configure, easy to use, and easy to service. By further extending the Easy UPS 3-phase range, Schneider Electric continues to fill a market need by offering easy, robust, and competitive solutions that prioritise safety, efficiency, and availability for today’s connected businesses.”

Written by Wed 8 Jul 2020


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