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What is a UPS system used for? The advantages of Emparro ACCUcontrol

Production downtime due to prolonged power failure is incredibly costly for any business. In this article, Process Industry Forum looks at how installing a reliable UPS system helps to avoid this. We speak to Murrelektronik’s Craig Cookson to learn more about their Emparro ACCUcontrol UPS system and the many advantages it offers.

What is a UPS system used for?

An uninterruptible power supply system or UPS system is a battery that provides backup when electrical power fails. In any manufacturing plant, avoiding system downtime is essential. Investing in an effective UPS system, such as Murrelektronik’s Emparro ACCUcontrol, can ensure a seamless switch to battery power, keeping your machines working without delay or interruption.

Murrelektronik’s Application Engineer, Craig Cookson, talks us through the advantages of installing a good UPS system.

The advantages of the Emparro ACCUcontrol system

The Emparro ACCUcontrol system scores highly when it comes to ensuring plant production is without interruption. Downtime can have a disastrous impact on project delivery and therefore the profitability of your business.

Here are some of the key advantages of Murrelektronik’s UPS system that puts it ahead of other competitors.

Advantages of choosing Murrelektronik’s UPS system

  • Smooth switch to battery operation ensuring no delay in production resumption.
  • Available in variants for 20 A or 40 A to suit the preferences of your application.
  • Easy to install, compact and space-saving.
  • No maintenance required.
  • Easy assembly without the need for tools.

Designed with extended lifetime service in mind, the Emparro ACCUcontrol allows you to control the temperature when charging the battery. This avoids unnecessary overheating and secures an extended battery life.

Murrelektronik has also taken safety into account by developing advanced control and diagnostics options. With predictive maintenance, the Emparro ACCUcontrol monitors internal resistance of the batteries when they are connected permanently. As a result, the device will deliver a warning signal when limits are exceeded, so the user is able to schedule a battery replacement.

Data loss is also no longer an issue to worry about when using this UPS system. Murrelektronik employs easy-to-use software to develop a shutdown function for IPCs, guaranteeing minimal data loss. The Emparro ACCUcontrol is also connectable to industrial PCs via mini USB.

Speaking about the device, Craig Cookson, says: “The UPS Emparro ACCUcontrol module is the right solution when it comes to bridging a prolonged power failure and avoiding failures and downtime in production. Externally connected lead batteries can supply backup power for an hour or more.”

For more information about the Emparro ACCUcontrol system, visit the Murrelektronik website today.

Company Profile

Craig Cookson Murrelektronik
Craig Cookson

Craig joined the Murrelektronik Group in 2018 as an Applications Engineer and is based in the UK.

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