Mitsubishi Electric Introduces SUMMIT Series UPS |

Mitsubishi Electric Introduces SUMMIT Series UPS

September 082015
Mitsubishi Electric Introduces SUMMIT Series UPS

September 8, 2015 – Mitsubishi Electric Introduces SUMMIT Series UPS that  incorporates SiC (silicon carbide) semiconductors, the next generation of power modules, replacing the traditional Insulated Gate Bi Polar Transistors (IGBT).

Silicon carbide possesses many attractive traits as a power device, including higher switching frequencies and lower switching losses. In addition, silicon carbide inherently offers higher thermal conductivity, thereby promoting heat dissipation. These characteristics make silicon carbide the material of choice for semiconductors within the power industry.

Designed for data centers and other demanding mission-critical applications, the SUMMIT Series UPS is offered in 500 kVA. Offering efficiencies greater than 98 percent at 50 percent load with a maximum efficiency 98.2 percent, the 500kVA UPS is a three-phase, on-line double-conversion system that supplies clean, continuous power to systems sensitive to fluctuations common in utility power. Higher efficiencies translate to lower energy usage and cooling costs, and also contribute to a lower total cost of ownership.

The SUMMIT Series UPS is fully supported by Mitsubishi Electric Power Products, Inc.’s factory–direct, 24x7x365 services, training, and application expertise, as well as a three-year parts and labor warranty.

About Mitsubishi Electric Power Products
Since 1964, Mitsubishi Electric has manufactured precision-engineered, high quality uninterruptible power supplies to protect its customers’ mission-critical equipment during times of power instability. Mitsubishi Electric leads the industry in designing and manufacturing reliable, environmentally friendly UPS systems to extend uptime, prevent data loss and protect against power surges. Mitsubishi Electric Power Products Inc.- UPS division offers systems in both single- and multi-module configurations and a broad range of kVA capacities.