PULS Power has released the availability of their new UB40.241 40A rated DIN-Rail mounted controller for uninterruptible power supply systems. The new model is now the most powerful UPS controller in PULS’s range, which already includes various models currently providing up to 20A capacity. In combination with a 24Vdc power supply and an external battery pack, it enables the reliable bridging of power failures and voltage fluctuations. This can prevent system damage, costly downtime, time-consuming restarts, and the loss of critical data.
Applications include SMART buildings and factories, Industry 4.0, security and CCTV, instrumentation and measuring systems.
While the system power supply provides sufficient voltage, the DC-UPS controller will charge the battery bank. Should the supply voltage suddenly fail, the energy stored in the battery is released to the DC bus in a regulated process.
A unique feature of the series is the PULS 1-Battery concept. To assure the longest potential battery life, each 12V battery is charged and monitored separately. This smart function removes the requirement to match batteries. The device enables precise charging, testing and optimised use of the battery capacity.
The control unit can be coupled with different battery sizes from 12Ah to 200Ah with a selector on the front of the device, making it simple to adjust it to the corresponding battery size. Power output is decoupled from the input to give separate circuits for buffered and non-buffered loads.
The device has an operating temperature range from -25C to +70C, 50% extra output power for up to 5s, has full international safety agency approvals and a three-year warranty.
Marco van der Linden, UK country manager for PULS Power, commented: "Our new DC UPS controller doubles the amount of emergency power we can now offer systems designers and integrators ensuring maximum reliability and flexibility to protect critical loads while allowing the use of a comprehensive range of batteries with smart diagnosis and monitoring of battery condition.”