Industrial UPS with amplitude detection for accurate sensing

The Cyberex PowerBuilt industrial uninterruptible power supply (UPS) from ABB features a proprietary amplitude detection control design as well as a full-color touchscreen graphical user interface (GUI).

05/26/2014


The Cyberex PowerBuilt industrial uninterruptible power supply (UPS) from ABB features a proprietary amplitude detection control design as well as a full-color touch screen graphical user interface (GUI). Courtesy: ABBThe Cyberex PowerBuilt industrial uninterruptible power supply (UPS) from ABB features a proprietary amplitude detection control design resulting in faster, more accurate fault sensing for system reliability and critical load protection.

The Cyberex PowerBuilt is an online double-conversion industrial UPS designed to support the continuing demand from downstream refining and petrochemical processing, upstream oil and gas processing and power generation. The Cyberex PowerBuilt industrial UPS is equipped with a user interface with full-color touch screen graphical user interface (GUI) for self-guided serviceability with minimal engagement, as well as the latest communication protocols. It also features a patented digital static transfer switch design, which enhances system performance through increased redundancy and reliability. The fully rated switch provides better protection of critical loads from input power transients and interruptions by eliminating any single point of failure.

The Cyberex PowerBuilt industrial UPS features an innovative insulated gate bipolar transistor (IGBT)-based pulse-width modulation (PWM) inverter design that employs active current limitation for higher short circuit tolerance. The active short-circuit method ensures the best possible current clearing waveform, while still protecting the inverter from catastrophic failure. In the event of a load side short circuit or over-current that cannot be supplied by the inverter, the UPS logic will transfer away from the active inverter source, thereby preventing the fault condition from damaging the inverter.

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