JBN provides a highly power efficient range of true online UPS ranging from 1 to 400 kVA. We can properly scope to ensure that the right size UPS is installed for you. We take into account not only your current network power requirements but also your future needs, so that you can be rest assured that your considerable investment in a quality UPS, will cover your needs in this area for the next 5-10 years. All our site work is NICIEC certificated.
- Rack or Tower Mount UPS- up to 10kVA single phase 3 year warranty option.
- Floor standing single/three phase UPS and extended battery cabinets ranging from 10 to 400kVA with full mains bypass capability. Backed by a comprehensive 3 year UPS and battery warranty.
- SNMP Network Management Connectivity. Allocate the UPS with a static ip address and be able to monitor remotely key operating data
- Intelligent Power Strips accurately measure critical power and energy information in real time. Monitor voltage, current, KVa, KWh, power factor and frequency. Any combination of single and three phase units; available with single or dual feed.
- Annual or 6 month preventative maintenance support contracts ensuring that your UPS investment in performance tuned on a regular basis
- Check out our customer list to see which private & public sector bodies have already invested wisely in our technology leading UPS Power Protection Systems
Carbon Reduction Commitment
The business and public sectors generate over one third of UK CO2 emissions. Now, a new cap and trade scheme will incentivise significant carbon abatement in non-energy intensive sectors, delivering bottom-line financial benefits. The Government announced its decision to implement the new scheme, the Carbon Reduction Commitment or CRC, in the Energy White Paper published in May 2007. It aims to reduce carbon emissions in large non-energy intensive organisations by 1.2 million tonnes of carbon per year by 2020.
The CRC will be a mandatory emissions trading scheme, targeting emissions currently not included in the EU ETS or Climate Change Agreements, from up to 5,000 large organisations. This scheme will include, for example, supermarket chains, hotel chains, office-based corporations, government departments and large local authorities. In its current proposed format, the CRC will cover all organisations whose electricity consumption through half hourly meters is greater than 6,000MWh/yr – equivalent to an annual electricity bill of ~£500k.
All energy other than transport fuels will be covered, such as electricity, gas, fuel and oil. At the end of each year company performance, mainly based on absolute carbon reductions since the start of the scheme, will be summarised in league tables outlining the best and worst performers in terms of carbon emissions and reduction.