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  • Control Panel UPS: Battery Selection Considerations
    When a control system requires battery backup, several factors drive the selection for the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) battery. Designers must understand the temperature range for the application, voltage, current, and back-up time requirements for the load. These requirements will determine
  • Calculating Battery Capacity
    There is an on-going debate within the battery industry today regarding the correct method for calculating the capacity of a battery in a high-rate discharge application, such as an Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) battery plant. The contention is that the end-of-life requirement
  • UPS-Genset Compatibility
    of critical loads. A UPS provides quality power and isolates loads from upstream disturbances, in addition to supplying battery backup power that can last from a few minutes up to several hours. Beyond the battery backup time, the genset steps in to provide long protection. Note however
  • Best Practices for 24 V DC-UPS Installations
    Selecting the proper battery for an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system can be a complicated process in any application. Designers must understand several factors to make the proper decision: voltage, current, and back-up. requirements for the load. When the system also requires Class I
  • Offline UPS Reference Design Using the dsPIC DSC (.pdf)
    The reference design in this application note describes the design of an Offline Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) using a Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) dsPIC (R) Digital Signal Controller (DSC). The Offline UPS Reference Design consists of three major UPS topology blocks: 1)Push-Pull Converter
  • Low-Voltage Power Design: Control Panel Battery Backup
    When a control system requires battery backup, several. factors drive the design for the uninterruptible power. supply (UPS) section. First and foremost, the designer. must understand the voltage, current, and back-up. time requirements for the load. Depending on these. requirements, the designer
  • Developing An Advanced, Predictive Battery Health Monitoring Solution With A Low-cost Microcontroller Solution
    uninterruptable power supplies (UPS) for server and telecom applications and even hybrid automotive designs - predicting the failure point, available capacity or lifespan of battery back-up and power delivery systems is becoming more challenging for power electronics system designers. Especially
  • Sensible Design Criteria for the Critical Data Power System
    to the system. In fact, beyond four modules (3+1), the complexity of an N + 1 system begins to significantly compromise reliability. System costs and service requirements also increase with the number of UPS and battery modules added. Increased service requirements typically mean increased human

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