Socomec’s Smart Power – on tour

Socomec’s Smart Power – on tour

Socomec UPS has developed a pre-engineered and factory tested containerised critical power system – the Smart PowerPort – to allow organisations to rapidly respond to unforeseen or urgent requirements for additional critical power. The launch is to be celebrated with a four week tour across nine major European cities.

The system provides future proofing for mission critical power applications by ramping incremental power capacity – precisely when and where it is needed most.

The energy efficiency – verified by TÜV SÜD and Bureau Veritas – and scalability of the Socomec UPS systems within the Smart PowerPort help minimise Power Usage Efficiency (PuE) without high risk capital expenditure. Furthermore, the system is flexible in terms of both sizes and architecture. Supplying from 100kW to 2.4MW, the units are completely portable, enabling you to build a power support system that can evolve to meet a facility’s changing needs.

Andrew Wilkinson, managing director of Socomec UPS UK commented, ‘At Socomec we understand the difficulty that organisations face in planning their critical power needs.  The ability to turn on capacity at short notice can be vital when supporting critical facilities and can make the difference between winning and losing a major contract. The Smart PowerPort has been developed with this in mind and provides users with a rapidly deployable and scalable critical power system which can be operational far faster than a conventional bricks and mortar solution.’

The Smart PowerPort contains Socomec’s highly efficient UPS devices, energy storage, input and output distribution panels, fire protection, access control, battery monitoring and a cooling system to ensure system stability and safe power distribution. The units are EN1047 compliant, dust, fire, water and flood protected, and have thermal insulation of

You can join the Smart Power Tour on the London stop at Socomec’s London headquarters – Central Court, 25 Southampton Buildings, WC2A 1AL – from 3pm until 7pm on Monday 26th March – as the Smart PowerPort travels across Europe.

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