CENTIEL Grows Global Installed Case Of UPS CumulusPower

CENTIEL SA has confirmed it has a growing global installed base of its three-phase, modular UPS system, CumulusPower. Launched for the first time in the UK just over a year ago, CumulusPower has now been installed in data centres and comms rooms in over 60 countries across five continents. More than 50MW of critical power loads are now protected with CumulusPower in locations across the world including the UK, Singapore, Australia, Germany, Spain and the Czech Republic.

Mike Elms, sales and marketing director, CENTIEL Ltd explained, “Although a relatively new company, CENTIEL is a Swiss-based UPS manufacturer whose team of designers have experience that covers the last four decades. They were responsible for the design of the world’s first three-phase transformerless UPS and the world’s first three-phase modular UPS.

“As a result, the introduction of our fourth generation UPS CumulusPower to the marketplace has been met with unprecedented enthusiasm on an industry-wide basis,” he continued.

“The main benefit clients are seeing is the system’s class-leading availability of 99.9999999%. CumulusPower has been developed with a unique Intelligent Module Technology (IMT), with a fault-tolerant parallel Distributed Active Redundant Architecture (DARA). The excellence in system availability is achieved through fully independent and self-isolating intelligent modules – each with individual power units, intelligence (CPU and communication logic), static bypass, control, display and battery.

“In addition, the solution has been designed to reduce the total cost of ownership through low losses: the high double conversion efficiency of 97% at the module level means it is currently the best solution available to protect data centre infrastructure as its configuration also reduces downtime risk, avoiding costly errors as well as increasing energy efficiency.

“Our most popular frame is the CP100, which incorporates not only the UPS modules themselves but also the internal batteries, providing 10 minutes run-time. Space can be saved as the need for external batteries is negated. For larger data centres, the 10x60kW modules enabling a configuration up to 540 kW N+1 provides the largest single modular frame size for a UPS on the market.

“As we look to the future, developments in battery technology with the introduction of Li-ion will offer further benefits because they are smaller, lighter and operate at higher temperatures. Not all systems are Li-ion ready, but they need to be. CumulusPower is Li-ion ready, so our clients are finding both their power and investment in a UPS system are fully protected for the future with CENTIEL.”

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