Dale offers a wide range of Modular UPS frames and power modules which can be perfectly tailored to meet your requirements.
A modular UPS system comprises of a UPS frame into which UPS modules are installed to provide an uninterruptible power system that can be arranged as N+X for redundancy or N for capacity (referred to as N+1 UPS). A modular UPS can scale vertically up to the maximum capacity rating of the UPS frame. UPS frames can be installed in parallel to provide horizontal scalability. Our modular frames also have the capability to house slide-in battery trays allowing for an all in one power solution.
Modular UPS provide the ability to size the system for the day one load and then have the ability to add additional power modules as the load size increases. With a modular UPS, the typical mean time to repair (MTTR) is around 30 minutes. This is due to the fact the modules can be hot-swapped whilst the UPS system is operational. A Monolithic (non-modular) UPS may have an MTTR of around 1-2 hours in comparison depending on which assembly or PCB requires replacement. The other benefit of being able to hot swap the power modules means that as long as there is at least 1 redundant module (N+1) in the system, the UPS can be serviced without the need to place the critical load onto bypass.