Socomec’s Modulys XL Recognised with New Product Innovatio...
A truly high power modular UPS, the Modulys XL has been recognised with Frost & Sullivan’s New Product Innovation award for 2020.
Integrated power specialist, Socomec, is sharing its expertise by making its most popular webinars available on replay – for industry insights on demand.
Hosted by leaders in their field, the replays offer the opportunity to learn from the best on subjects including power monitoring, power availability and UPS architecture. Investigating key questions in the industry – and geared towards anyone keen to take productive steps towards an optimised facility – these webinars provide unrivalled access to Socomec’s international electrical engineering team and their breadth of skills and experience.
Providing the right kind of scalability is essential when it comes to managing short-term capacity demands – without risking system integrity.
In today’s market, end users are demanding solutions to a range of key issues when specifying UPS systems. How can I perform predictive maintenance? How can the overall cost of ownership be reduced? How can I improve resilience?
Socomec is driving a stream of innovation based on market surveys and customer forums – putting the customer and operator at the centre of each and every design and usage choice. Phil Dunn explains: “By moving to modular UPS, you remove any single point of failure and also reduce fault propagation. If you have an issue on one board, it cannot transfer throughout the rest of the system and cause a bigger problem. Modular technology means that you can isolate an issue.”
As part of Socomec’s replay series, this webinar considers the flexibility of a tailored solution combined with the advantages of standardised assets – looking at how a system can be fine-tuned to the precise requirements of a specific electrical infrastructure.
The session covers modular architecture, modular failure, hot-swap maintenance, batteries, control, connectors, MTBF, short-circuits, hybrid static by-pass and power tests.
Covering essential applications and looking at the requirements for switching between electrical suppliers to ensure critical power availability, this series of six webinars is available for replay now.
Created to provide designers and users with an understanding of the fundamental standards, this webinar will help determine the best architecture and systems for a specific application, as well as providing access to handy download specifications and design guides.
Led by an expert electrical engineer, this replay answers key questions around data centre applications, with a particular focus on monitoring and switching. Topics for discussion include power monitoring – not just energy management – as well as power quality in data centres and transfer switching for enhanced power availability.
This two-part webinar looks at how developing a better understanding of power monitoring systems and power meters can help to increase a facility’s power availability. The first in the series focuses on permanent overcurrents, inrush currents, current unbalance and power factors.
Part two takes a deeper dive into how to make the best possible use of power monitoring. From root cause failure identification and analysis to the prevention of future occurrences, the replay provides expert guidance through making the selection of the most suitable power monitoring system for your specific needs. Discussions centre around defining power availability and harmonics, analysing and identifying the origins of failure – and how to prevent failure. The session wraps up with advice on the selection of the most appropriate software for optimised usage.
To help unpick the impact of UPS architecture on power availability, this replay covers topics such as footprint, impact on installation, maintenance, efficiency, manual by-pass, downstream short-circuit, load increases and cost.
Watch the replays and benefit from expert insights here.
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