There are five main principles when comparing UPS system design configurations that distribute power from the utility source of a building to the critical loads of a data center. The selection of the appropriate configuration or combination depends upon the availability needs, risk tolerance, types of loads in the data center, budgets, and existing infrastructure.
Comparing & Choosing the Right UPS System Design ConfigurationWhile choosing the right UPS system it is important to take various factors such as cost, impact of downtime, budget, types of loads and architecture, risk tolerance, availability, reliability, maintainability and maintainability support performance into consideration.
Five Main Principles of UPS Design ConfigurationsFive main principles such as capacity or “N” system, isolated redundant etc apply when choosing a UPS system. This report will provide a detailed explanation about these five main principles.
Key Takeaways of Comparing UPS System Design Configurations Whitepapers:
- What are the five main principles of choosing the right UPS design configuration
- Scale, availability and cost of UPS system
- Factors to consider when comparing UPS system design configuration