Double Conversion, On-Line Topology
Power Rating: 100, 150, 225, 300, 375, 500, 750 kVA
Voltage Options: Input: 480V; Output: 480/277V or 600/346V
* IGBT Inverter, Diode Bridge Rectifier Design
* Low Input Harmonics, Internal Static Bypass
* Dual Input
* Front Access Only, 1.1:1 Generator Sizing
* Available for Parallel Redundant & Capacity Applications
* Waveform Capture
UPS Modules UL 1778 Listed
The 9800A Series UPS delivers as much as 94% system efficiency substantially reducing operating and cooling costs. The result: low cost of ownership and fast payback of initial investment.
Reliability and Stability
No organization in the UPS industry offers the in-depth experience and unparalleled quality of Mitsubishi Electric. Mitsubishi Electric has been developing and manufacturing Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) Systems and components for four decades.
Because each module features its own static bypass and control circuitry, the 9800A UPS can be utilized in Single- (SMS) or Multi-module (MMS) configurations. This allows for a highly reliable and flexible system approach. If loads on a MMS decrease, a module or modules can be removed and used elsewhere in a single module application. Likewise, an existing SMS can be paralleled for capacity or redundancy at a later date.
The Mitsubishi Electric 9800A Series offers units with 480 volt and 600 volt AC output options. The offering of both the 480 volt and 600 volt AC output voltages, eliminates the need to purchase an
additional output transformer when supplying 480V or 600V critical loads. This adds up to significant savings of costs and floor space.
OPTIONAL OUTPUT VOLTAGE
The 9800A Series UPS features units with integrated output isolation transformers which can be used to generate a 480Y/271 and 600Y/346 volt 4 wire output. This can be done with Single- or Multi-module applications.
The 9800A Series UPS provides for a variety of communication methods with features that make the product inherently easy to use and maintain.
Mitsubishi pioneered the use of the IGBT in the inverter and converter sections of the UPS. Many UPS systems on the market today have followed suit. It is not enough to merely provide IGBT technology. How the IGBT is controlled is the key.
Mitsubishi has incorporated its Digital Signal Processor and Direct Digital Control (DDC) to gain the full benefits of the most advanced generation IGBT. This combination provides superior performance characteristics under all load conditions.