Power Systems & Controls’ Series UPSC is a Frequency Converter Uninterruptible Power Supply system, which was designed to support customers who had both an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and frequency conversion need. The UPSC supports your critical load, while at the same time providing fluid frequency conversion to your equipment with 25, 50, 60, 100 or 400Hz as required. The Series UPSC is based on PS&C’s “Continuum” product family and is the culmination of a 3-year Research & Development effort by Power Systems & Controls’ Electrical Engineering Department. It was developed to provide clean, reliable power to any critical load anywhere in the world.

Applications:

  • International Facilities
  • Weapons Systems
  • Manufacturing Plants
  • Rail & Hyrdo Markets
  • Sensitive Electronics
  • Test Lab & Research Centers
  • Military Training Facilities

Benefits:

  • Solid-State Topology
  • Precision Voltage Regulation
  • Control & Fault Monitoring
  • PWM Inverter & Rectifier
  • Integrated Quiet Design
  • Vertical & Horizontal Configurations
  • Multiple Output Capability

PS&C’s Series UPSC is ideal for any environment where an UPS is needed to support the load; however, the input and output power are not at the same voltage or frequency. PS&C’s frequency converter with battery solutions are available from 10 to 300kVA. This unit allows the user to remove a critical component while increasing efficiency, and can be customized with options to provide the perfect solution for your project.

Besides converting the frequency and voltage, the Series UPSC also acts as a Phase Converter as it’s able to convert the upstream power from 3 Phase to 1 Phase at any desired input & output voltage. This incredible range makes the Series UPSC one of the most versatile uninterruptible power supplies available today, and sets the standard for all Test and Research Laboratories across the globe from Arizona to Dubai. It can also be outfitted with numerous options ranging from advanced communications and dual outputs at various frequencies to specialized NEMA and ISO enclosures.