Liebert Trinergy Cube UPS

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Liebert® Trinergy™ Cube is the latest modular UPS offering by Vertiv™, delivering unsurpassed performance to medium and large data centers. Ready to evolve with growing business demands, it offers the highest level of power availability, reduced TCO, and minimum energy consumption. The compact 400kVA core allows Liebert® Trinergy™ Cube to scale up to 1600 kW as power demand increases. The latest high efficiency Dynamic Online mode enables operating efficiency up to 99% without sacrificing availability. Compatible with Lithium-ion battery systems.

Features

EfficiencyDynamic online mode for highest availability and up to 99% efficiencyAdoption of a three-level NPC2 topology for both rectifier and inverter AvailabilityHot scalability and serviceability Internal redundancy VertivTM LIFETM Services remote diagnostic and preventive monitoring embedded in the UPSPredictive maintenance available with Vertiv LIFE ServicesPrecise event tracking, data logging and analysis Capacity & Installation FlexibilityConfigurable in various layoutsSimplified cable routing with unlimited input / output power connection availabilityIncreased energy densitySingle unit configuration up to 1.6 MW  Smart CapacityI/O Box and cores rated to operate continuously up to 55°C and capable of providing increased performance down to 20°CMaximum input current of the UPS adjustable to meet specific protection rating requirements.

Benefits

Uptime EnhancementHot scalability and serviceability 24/7 remote diagnosticsEfficient data tracking FlexibilityAdapts to physical space constraintsIdeal for all sites: any geographical location and new or existing buildingsAllows more free space for IT equipment Adaptive Power RatingAdapts power supplied to the load to respond to environmental conditions of the installation siteOptimized TCOSignificant electrical infrastructure and space savings

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