- Active Power Factor Correction
- Communication Option
- Single Inverter Card
- Battery to AC Isolation
- Scalable Battery
- Pure Sine Wave Output
Active Power Factor Correction
With a power factor of over 0.95 UTL’s DEEP IMPACT, Online UPS is a true performer. The Active power factor correction applied in the UPS enables it to save up to 40% more power. By reducing the power demand through power factor correction, UTL is putting less strain on the electricity grid, therefore reducing the carbon footprint. Over time, this lowered demand on the electricity grid can account for hundreds of tons of reduced carbon production, all thanks to the DEEP IMAPCT’s electrical efficiency via power factor correction.
Single Inverter Card
UTL’s DEEP IMPACT Online UPS has a single inverter card which not only makes the UPS’s circuitry neat but also increases its life, reduces the time and effort that would be required in case if there is any breakdown. Similar products manufactured by other companies have multiple card architecture, thus increasing their failure rate and circuit complexity.
Battery to AC Isolation
Unlike in Chinese units, in UTL’s DI, Battery Ground and Mains Neutral are not common. Thu, it avoids any possibility of AC shock on battery terminals.
We can use a range of batteries with UTL’s DEEP IMPACT 3 kVA system. We can install batteries from 7Ah to 150Ah with this system and it will run as smooth as you like. it is a major advantage over various other Online UPS options.
Pure Sine Wave Output
UTL’s DEEP IMPACT is a transformerless high-frequency Online UPS which provides a Pure Sine Wave Output thus making UTL’s DEEP IMPACT totally fit for running heavy loads like LCDs, Motors, Computers, Servers, etc.. Underneath its hood all the processes in the DEEP IMPACT are controlled by a Microcontroller, being powered by digital technology the DEEP IMPACT is highly efficient, extremely reliable and has a longer life span.
UTL DI possesses many protections. Some of them are:
1. Output short-circuit protection.
When there is a short-circuit in output load, the system goes into Output short-circuit protection i.e. the system will shut down.
2. MOSFET short-circuit protection.
When we try to start the system when it is already in protection mode, the system goes into MOSFET short-circuit protection. It means that the system will not start in this condition if the short-circuit has not been removed.
3. Output over-voltage protection.
Whenever the output voltage goes higher than the prescribed value, the system goes into Output overvoltage protection.
4. Overload protection.
When the Load is more than 105% of the rated load, the system goes into Overload protection. If the system is in battery mode, then after 30 sec, the system will shut down and if the system is in Mains mode, then the load will be shifted on Mains.
5. Battery low protection.
Whenever the battery voltage goes below 10V, the system goes into Battery low protection. This prevents deep discharge of the battery.
6. Input AC over / undervoltage protection.
Whenever the input voltage is out of range, the system goes into “Input AC over/under voltage protection” and moves to battery mode.
7. Over Temperature protection.
When the system temperature goes above 80 °C, the system goes into Over Temperature protection i.e. the system will shut down.
8. Reverse phase protection.
When the Input Mains Phase is reversed, the system goes into Reverse phase protection.
9. Battery reverse protection (through a fuse)
When we connect the battery in reverse polarity or the battery wire is shorted, the system goes into Battery reverse protection.
10. Charging short-circuit protection.
When the charging is going on, and the UPS battery connecting leads are shorted, the system goes into Charging short-circuit protection. This means that the charging voltage will become zero and the charging resumes after the short is removed.