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BPE unveils modular GTC Series Level UPS systems

By Digital Edge Bureau, 07.04.2017, 02:08
 
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BPE introduces three-phase, modular and double conversion GTC Series LEVEL UPS systems for industrial applications

BPE, India’s leading online UPS systems provider, has launched GT Challenger Series of LEVEL UPS systems. The GTC series LEVEL UPS is modular, three-phase, double conversion uninterruptible power supply system which provides operating efficiencies as high as 96.5 percent even at half load. Designed and engineered specifically for handling industrial applications, the GTC series LEVEL UPS covers power ranges from 120 kVA to 800 kVA with an output power factor of 1.0, which helps reduce complexity when specifying power protection.
“We’re always looking for ways to make our customers’ experience easy and seamless. Our product portfolio is proven to be reliable, efficient, and scalable. Our latest addition, GTC series LEVEL UPS is ideal for all sizes of industrial power requirements looking to achieve lower costs and savings on operational ongoing with greater flexibility and shorter deployment schedules,” said SK Mahapatra, AVP Technical at BPE.
The GTC series comes with true three level IGBT PWM rectifier & inverter technology, which provide high-grade uninterrupted electric power supply to various sectors, such as defence industry facilities, electric power facilities, transportation infrastructure components, railroad, communication, health care facilities, data centers, etc.
Amitansu Satpathy, Director, BPE, says, “India is one of the fastest growing region for UPS market, according to a research report by Transparency Market Research, the opportunity in the India regenerative UPS market will be worth US$163.11 mn by 2024. We’re aiming to leverage this opportunity with our focused approach and outstanding products & solutions”.

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