Traditional static UPS are great for clean loads like data centres but are not so great with disturbing loads such as motors and heating. With a rotary UPS, using flywheel technology, there is no sensitivity to disruptive loads and you can back up your entire operations. This is particularly well suited to production facilities where you need to provide seamless power for the entire operations as even a small blip could cost millions.
As well as the type of load, rotary UPS are also better suited for environments where it is very expensive to provide an air conditioned space. Whereas the batteries within static UPS systems need to be kept at an ideal 20 degrees, rotary UPS can run at higher temperatures (up to 40 degrees) without any deterioration.
Finally, it is possible to achieve efficiencies of over 98% making rotary UPS more efficient than online UPS (this doesn’t of course include running in eco mode).
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