AC Power/UPS - Power Distribution and Conditioning

 
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Transfer Switches

Transfer switches provide ultra-fast switching between two independent AC power sources, offering virtually uninterrupted power to sensitive electronic equipment. When used with redundant AC power sources, the static transfer switch permits maintenance without shutting down critical equipment.

Provides automatic, seamless transfer between critical load and the outputs of two independent UPS systems in a dual-bus power configuration. If the primary UPS should fail, the switch will automatically transfer the loads to the alternate UPS.
Provides power distribution and automatic switching between two different AC power sources.
The solid-state digital bus transfer switch is the enabling technology behind multi-bus power systems.
Point-of-use transfer switch ideal for applications requiring reliable dual AC power switching.
Giving uninterrupted power during transfer the Automatic Transfer Switch - ATS - is essential for loads supported by two independent power sources. The Chloride ATS uses electromechanical components to transfer the load, making it a less expensive option than the traditional STS.
Available in 16, 32 and 64 A, with a nominal voltage of 230 V, Chloride CROSS Rack exists in both single-phase input and single-phase output models. All models are designed for installation in 19” closed standard rack cabinets, occupying 2U in vertical rack space with a protection degree is IP21.
Available in 160 - 450 A, Chloride CROSS Chassis is delivered with both three-phase input and three-phase output.
 
The delivery of redundant power to critical loads is ensured through the Break Before Make (BBM) switching mode, allowing it to switch between two independent alternative power sources.
Available in 160 - 1250 A, Chloride CROSS Cabinet exists with three-phase input and three-phase output models with three or four poles. Chloride CROSS Cabinet ensures redundant power to critical through its ability to switch between two independent alternative power sources.
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