Double-conversion UPS MASTERYS GP4

double-conversion UPS
double-conversion UPS
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Electrical characteristics
Other characteristics

60,000 W, 80,000 W, 100,000 W, 120,000 W, 160,000 W

Input voltage

Max.: 480 V

Min.: 240 V

Output voltage

400 V

Output power kVA

60 kVA, 80 kVA, 100 kVA, 120 kVA, 160 kVA (81.58 hp)


The solution for Mission Critical • Small and medium data centres • IT infrastructure • E-Medical • Medical devices • Control rooms Smart manufacturing • Edge computing • IoT systems • Cloud service access Advantages Performance beyond all expectations • Performance certified by an independent body. • Designed to manage Lithium backup storage. • Modern aesthetics combined with ergonomics. • Large 7” touch screen display facilitates system control and usage. Energy Saving: high efficiency without compromise • Offers the highest efficiency on the market using a VFI – Double Conversion Mode, the only UPS working mode to ensure a total load protection from any mains quality issues. • Fast Return On Investment: UPS "self-paying" with energy saving. • No overdesign cost thanks to its reduced €/kW ratio. Full-rated power: kW=kVA • No power downgrade when supplying the latest generation of servers (leading or unity power factor). • True full active power, according to IEC 62040. • Full performance up to 40 °C without derating. Extremely reliable, robust and durable • Completely designed and manufactured in Europe. • Best in class and officially attested MTBFVFI = 300,000 hours and MTBFUPS = 10,000,000 hours. • Certified seismic resistance. • Life extension service program doubles life expectancy. Tailor-made - as standard • Easy configurable for retrofit in existing installations. • Catalogue base flexibility to meet specific needs. • Fast delivery time for a fully personalized solution.


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