Parallel UPS

This involves running at least two UPS in in a row (and consequently configuring a parallel UPS system) allows clients to either become redundant or they have higher capacity. Therefore, there are two major kinds of parallel UPS configuration:

Parallel Redundancy

In a parallel UPS framework, these are the crucial factors:

  • It controls the manner by which the separate UPS ‘co-operate’ as an integrated system.
  • Harmonizing the result of each UPS for it to roll into a common output.
  • It helps to evenly balance the load even between all UPS in the configuration.
  • And if there is any difficulty, detect the UPS that has the problem and take it out.

Parallel Redundant UPS

A parallel redundant UPS system is a kind of system in which more than one modules are installed on the same system that is called a N+X arrangement (N being the power limit required by the attached loads and X being the quantity of module plus the capacity). Parallel-redundancy takes into consideration the failure of one single UPS module in the configuration without the requirement for the secured load to be exchanged to main power. In this case, the alternate UPS modules (all of which have to save capacity) can control all the load.

Parallel Repetitive UPS

Parallel-repetitive UPS system is beneficial because they provide an extremely high level of availability than parallel-limit systems because of the additional capacity embedded in each UPS module. This can be used if one of them becomes faulty or has to be removed for maintenance. The system is likewise less likely to fail than the other parallel configuration as a result of the availability of few breakers and no step loads (modules are online the entire time). It is likewise foldout in case the power necessity increases and the hardware set up is easy and worthwhile.

Parallel Capacity UPS

A parallel-capacity UPS system is made by linking numerous UPS modules in parallel however without leaving space for severance. This implies that each is working at full capacity (this is otherwise called an aggregate power system). This arrangement won’t expand general system versatility yet it optimizes the system’s proficiency as each UPS is working at full capacity. The system likewise gives access to far beyond what it would be via only mains power.