Stand-alone UPS Protects Data, Equipment, And More

AEG Power Solutions, unveils Protect Plus S500, a transformer-less UPS that combines high efficiency values with a compact footprint and flexible configurations. Reducing overall cost of ownership, this latest addition to AEG PS range is the system of choice to protect critical loads for small and medium applications where low power consumption, ease of maintenance and space are important considerations.


With Protect Plus S500 AEG Power Solutions is completing its transformer-less UPS range, protecting mission critical applications from 400 VA to 4 MVA, thus providing Data &IT or industrial players the solution of choice they need to secure power and ultimately data, infrastructure or people. It is is a double conversion UPS (VFI SS 111). Its Eco mode allows secured operation up to 99%, thus reducing the utility costs associated with operating a device of this type. Moreover, it produces less heat waste resulting in minimized air conditioning costs. System AC/AC efficiency is up to 95.5%.

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Designed for ease of maintenance, an integrated design factor for the Protect Plus S500 includes removeable internal modules contributing to low MTTR (mean time to Repair). The hot connection and disconnection of parallel units and the CAN bus based distributed control systems, ensures optimum load sharing and allows the system to be easily expanded up to six units, both in power parallel or N+x redundancy.

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