Toshiba International Corporation today announced its newest G9000 Series uninterruptible power system ratings 1330 – 2000 kW.
Toshiba International Corporation (TIC) today announced its newest G9000 Series uninterruptible power system (UPS) ratings. The G9000 Series is the largest three-phase UPS designed by Toshiba utilizing fifth-generation insulated-gate bipolar transistor (IGBT) technology configured in a 3-level pulse-width modulation (PWM) architecture enabling these UPSs to be 97% efficient while operating in double-conversion mode, minimizing cooling requirements. Additionally, the G9000 Series 1330 kW – 2000 kW UPS units are field-upgradable, allowing critical power users to increase their capacity as needed.
“The Toshiba G9000 Series UPS 1330 kW – 2000 kW is a premier solution for datacenter and co-location applications which require high reliability, high efficiency, small footprint, and low power usage effectiveness,” said Greg Mack, Vice President and General Manager of the TIC Power Electronics Division. “The G9000 Series, with digital signal processing control provides instantaneous waveform and current response, enabling the highest power quality for all UPS users.”
Jesus Penalver, Product Manager for the TIC Power Electronics Division, added, “For system-redundant high-reliability UPS applications, the Toshiba G9000 Series excels with low system component count, higher efficiency and the ability to grow power system infrastructure along with customer load demands.”