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. Our engineers are also CHAS accredited to ensure installation work is conducted safely and securely at all times.
Some of the key Power Management issues that JBN assesses continuously:
JBN continuously performs technical reviews of the UPS and compatible generators that we market. As an illustration of this fact, our power protection for network systems are highly power efficient. By using just two power conversion stages, power usage is reduced, as well as heat output reduction, which in turn means reduced airconditioning requirements- a double benefit!
An Emergency Power Supply mode can also be set. In this intelligent mode, the mains line is being continuously monitored assuring high reliability. Ecomode ensures that power intake into the UPS is kept to an absolute minimum.
Our engineers will explain these power savings further as part of our FREE site survey service, available nationwide.
Not all UPS are of the same quality- should you be wanting to protect your critical servers and applications at all times, you need to invest in True Online UPS, devices that protect from all 9 causes of power problems.
So what are the 9 common power problems and how are they caused?
Should you suspect that your site is experiencing any of these power problems, please contact us immediately and make use of of our FREE electrical site survey and we will scope the right value for money solution to resolve any of these power problems.
Redundancy and Capacity increase
Our UPS can be configured to act as a UPS with N+1 Redundancy, or can be configured for power expansion. The UPS can be paralleled for up to 5 other machines. Parallel control is digital and acts on both active and reactive power on each output phase- allowing for accurate sharing of load between machines.
Simple parallel interconnections make for easy installation in the field.Same applies to upgrades & additional units allowing for increased capacity