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  • 1. IT Data Center Seminar 6 December 2011
    • Our Company is Specialized in Power.
    • Power Back-up Systems for long backup time and high availability!
    • Over 100 3-Phase units installed in 2011
    • Preventive Maintenance Contracts – our customers are Radisson Hotel, Romanian Athenaeum, Horback, private customers
    • As a bank wants to know which is the beneficiary funds of each company, we are proud of telling you that beneficiary of our service are Intel Corporation, “U Cluj Arena”, Auchan Mall, Maritimo Mall, ING, Carrefour, Draxelmaier, Primaria Sector 1 – Amzei Project, many others
  • 2. Newave Modular UPS Technology The modular technology
  • 3.
    • Focus of attention
    • Newave modular concept
      • Highlights
      • Safe Swap Modules
      • Parallel Architecture
      • Scalability & Flexibility
    • Benefits
    • Conclusion
    Newave Modular UPS Technology Content
  • 4. 3 major decision making criteria when choosing a UPS System for Critical and Mission Critical Applications:
    • Availability - proportion of time a system is in a
    • functioning condition
    • Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) - financial impact during whole life-cycle; the
    • acquisition and the ongoing costs .
    • Flexibility - respond to potential internal or external changes effecting its value delivery, in a timely and cost-effective manner
    Focus of attention Critical Application UPS BATTERY Power Protection PDU
  • 5. Availability In order to keep the Downtime cost low, the choice of the appropriate Power Protection Solution to suit your Level of Application Criticality is of paramount of importance Level of Application Criticality Low Downtime Cost High Availability Reliable Availability Requirements Medium/High Downtime Cost Standard Business Processing Non Critical Business Impact of Interruption Small organizations The focus is set on Reliability of Hardware Components and Individual Technology Features. Midsized organizations The focus shifts to Power Protection Architectures Single or Parallel. 3 major decision making criteria Very High Downtime Cost Continuous Availability Mission Critical Large organizations Need Continuous Power Protection Availability: Integration of Technology, Monitoring and Proactive Maintenance .
  • 6. Total Cost of Ownership - Lifecycle Cost A UPS is usually purchased for the power protection of critical loads and it operates 24h a day and 365 days a year during more then 10 years. The key parameters/features that have the major impact on the TCO to be considered are:
    • Investment costs: Rightsizing the system power over time
    • Adding power without need of additional floor space
    • UPS efficiency for partial/full load
    • Cooling system
    • Service/maintenance
    3 major decision making criteria
  • 7. Flexibility Definition: The ease which the system can respond to uncertainty in a manner to sustain or increase its value delivery. Uncertainty can create both risks and opportunities in a system, and it is with the existence of uncertainty that flexibility becomes valuable. 3 major decision making criteria
  • 8. Newave unique MODULAR power protection concept for mission critical applications
  • 9. Highlights Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA) Flexibility/Scalability High Quality High Power Density Safe-Swap Modules Newave Modular Concept
  • 10. Safe-swap: hot insertion and removal of modules from a host system without removing power. In a redundant Power Protection System Safe-swap is achieved only if a module may be added or replaced without interrupting the power to the load and w/o having to transfer the load to the raw mains (by-pass).
    • High availability of power protection systems
    • Safe scaling-up of system
    • Easy fault recovery
    Safe Swap Modules
  • 11. Conceptpower DPA-Module Safe Swap Module
  • 12. Parallel System Architectures are designed to increase Power Protection Availability, which cannot be achieved by STANDALONE UPS’S. These 2 architectures differ by the level of decentralization of their building blocks.
    • Parallel Architectures available today:
    • Central Parallel Architecture (CPA)
    • Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA) TM
    Introduction: Parallel Architectures
  • 13. In a Centralized Parallel Architectures the system is composed of common system building blocks: Centralized Parallel Architecture (CPA) The only Decentralized Parts are the “Power Units”. Introduction: Parallel Architectures CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT CENTRAL CONTROL PANNEL CENTRAL STATIC BYPASS SWITCH CRITICAL LOAD MAINS 1 MAINS 2 CENTRAL BATTERY PACKS
    • CPU
    • Control Panel
    • Static Bypass Switch
    • Battery
    REDUNDANT HOT-SWAP-POWER-UNIT REDUNDANT HOT-SWAP-POWER-UNIT REDUNDANT HOT-SWAP-POWER-UNIT
  • 14. Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA) TM Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA) TM was designed to distribute virtually the entire UPS Hardware and Software into each module. A DPA systems includes distributed….
    • Control Panel
    • CPU
    • Power Unit
    • Static bypass switch
    • Separate Batteries
    and Introduction: Parallel Architectures DPA STATIC BP SWITCH DPA POWER UNIT DPA CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT DPA CONTROL PANNEL CRITICAL LOAD MAINS 1 MAINS 2 DPA STATIC BP SWITCH DPA POWER UNIT DPA CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT DPA CONTROL PANNEL DPA STATIC BP SWITCH DPA POWER UNIT DPA CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT DPA CONTROL PANNEL DPA BATTERY PACKS DPA BATTERY PACKS DPA BATTERY PACKS
  • 15.
    • Multi Master and Slave Technology through a simplified BUS Communication
    • Full redundancy on inverter
    • Each critical building block is decentralized
      • > No critical Single Point of Failure
    • Full redundancy on Static Bypass Switch (SBS)
    Exclusively Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA) TM
  • 16. Static Bypass Switch (SBS) Redundancy To achieve highest level of availability in Multi-Module configurations it is essential that also the SBS be redundant . DC/AC SBS AC/DC DC/AC SBS AC/DC DC/AC SBS AC/DC CRITICAL APPLICATION MAINS POWER SUPPLY In the event of a SBS-short-circuit the input contactor opens and isolates the SBS short…. The Critical Application remains on reliable inverter supply and will not switch to raw mains supply. Exclusively Decentralized Parallel Architecture (DPA) TM
  • 17. Scalability brings Flexibility
  • 18. Power [kVA] Year 200 kVA 1 2 3 4 5 100 kVA 6 0 300 kVA 400 kVA Load Curve Exp. Critical Load = 200kVA 500 kVA 600 kVA Pay as you grow… Rightsizing of the Power Protection System Over Time Expected Critical Load = 200kVA 200kVA 200kVA 200kVA 50kVA Module 50kVA Module 50kVA Module Standalone Configuration Modular Configuration WITH MODULAR DESIGN, WASTED ENERGY DURING YEARS IS REDUCED ! 50kVA Module 50kVA Module
  • 19.
    • Large space required : expensive
    • Large cables : expensive
    • Lower efficiency : high losses
    • Dedicated cooling system: expensive
    • Redundancy far from load
    • INITIAL INVESTMENT COST….. HIGH
    • TCO....... HIGH.
    Right Sizing! TIER II DATA CENTRE UPS 2 Cooling System UPS 1 Distribution Board
  • 20.
    • Modular UPS design (pay as you growth)
    • Simpler and less expensive cabling
    • Redundancy close to point of use
    • Reduced floor space utilization
    • No dedicated cooling system
    • Easy to service - replacement modules
    • High speed of deployment
    • INITIAL INVESTMENT COST… LOWER
    • TCO....... LOWER
    Right Sizing! Distribution Board FREE SPACE - NO UPS ROOM REQUIRED O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O TIER II DATA CENTRE
  • 21. Rapid Recovery Modularity Recognition Remote Monitoring Proactive Maintenance Local Service Support Continuous Power Protection Availability High Availability Continuous Operation Double Conversion Topology Class VFI-SS–111 Fault Tolerance Redundancy In Business Critical Applications a new availability strategy with near-zero-downtime is required to reduce the risk of threat to the business….the: Continuous Power Protection Availability High Availibility To achieve near-zero downtime and avoid very costly consequences of disruption of Mission Critical Applications, advanced Modular Power Protection Architectures with High Availability must be employed. Benefits MTBF MTTR
  • 22. Results in low losses at PARTIAL and FULL load. Redundant UPS Systems operate typically at 25-75% of the rated load. Flat Efficiency Reduced TCO Benefits Efficiency (%) Load (%) 94.5 95 95.5 95.5 Energy Saving… 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 25% 50% 75% 100% Traditional UPS efficiency
  • 23. Benefits – Flat efficiency – Reduced TCO
  • 24.
    • Benefits:
    • No phase compensation filter required
    • Respect power grid regulations
    • Energy savings
    Advanced Booster PFC circuit to provide near-unity Input PF even with partial loads. Load (%) Input PF (%) 0.99 0.94 0.965 0.975 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8 0.9 1 25% 50% 75% 100% Input Power Factor versus load Reduced TCO Benefits
  • 25. UNIQUE ELECTRICAL PERFORMANCE Advanced Booster PFC circuit to provide Flat THDI Curve even with partial loads.
    • Benefits:
    • No gen-set oversized required
    • Small cable/fuses/breakers size
    • No extra heating of transformers
    Input THDi versus load Reduced TCO Benefits 3.4 2.4 2.3 2.0 Load (%) THD I (%) 0 1 2 3 4 25% 50% 75% 100%
  • 26.
    • Safe-Swap Modular design, minimize service and maintenance costs
    • MTTR reduction maximize your power protection availability
    • No need of skilled personnel on site
    • Non need of spares, only modules for an easy fault recovery
    Enhanced Serviceability Benefits
  • 27. Newave modular concept offers a new way of thinking when conceiving a Data Centre Conclusion
  • 28. 1. Optimize capital investment and available space Pay-as-you-grow solution lowers your capital costs and increases utilization rates, while innovative rack-based technology frees up space previously needed for infrastructure support. 2. Adapt to ever-changing power requirements No need to abandon previous investment when power density needs increase or if physically moving your data centre. Adapt to changing wattage requirements in your racks with single- or multi- branch rack-mount power distribution units. 3. Accelerate speed of deployment Electrical and physical modularity allows for rapid installation with minimal engineering. 4. Lower the cost of service contracts Simplicity of system design and intelligent modular parts lessen the dependency on expensive service contracts. 5. Increase availability Specifically engineered to deliver higher availability through proactively designed, building block architecture and reduced MTTR 10 reasons for choosing a Newave modular UPS Conclusion
  • 29. 6. Decrease mean-time-to-recovery (MTTR) Compartmentalize potential failures with system components consisting of intelligent, maintainable modules for quick fault recovery. 7. Plan for a power density that is increasing and unpredictable Eliminate hot spots in your data centre caused by higher power densities by targeting availability where you need it most. 8. Minimize points of failure between the UPS and the critical load Move redundancy closer to the load and prevent the majority of failures that cause critical load downtime. 9. Minimize human error Simplicity of design and intelligent modules increase system availability by mitigating human error: the number one cause of critical load downtime. 10. Decrease the operating costs With efficiency up to 96% (double conversion mode), the operating costs for a Conceptpower DPA modular UPS can be >40% less compared to those for a previous generation. 10 reasons for choosing a Newave modular UPS Conclusion
  • 30. Thank you for your attention

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