Voltage Optimisers

Voltage Optimisers

The value of the voltage provided by electricity producers oscillates, on average, in the range of ±10% and is influenced by the demand, quality of transport infrastructure, and distance of the production site from the grid connection point. These changes in voltage negatively affect the life cycle of the equipment (in particular the electronic equipment) increasing the MTBF of devices. Through dynamic monitoring of the voltage value, a voltage optimiser ensures a stable value for electrical loads, extending their useful life. The electrical equipment available on the market is designed to operate with a range of variable nominal voltages between 220V and 240V. An input voltage value greater than the nominal one leads to an inefficient use of the equipment with resulting energy waste. The voltage optimiser adjusts the voltage provided, bringing it to the equipment’s maximum operating efficiency level. In this way, it guarantees, depending on the type of load, energy savings of up to 12% with a rapid return on investment.

Energy Technology List

The Energy Technology List (ETL) is a list created and updated monthly by the government’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), which provides details of energy-saving products for businesses and the public sector. The inclusion of UPS systems on the ECA scheme and ETL is designed to encourage the adoption of the high efficiency uninterruptible power supplies. Uninterruptible power supplies eligible for inclusion on the list must meet certain threshold energy efficiency values.
The ETL Scheme covers two categories of products:
Static (installed) uninterruptible power supply units or packages, with a power range greater than or equal to 10kVA, that use one or more electronic power converters, switches and energy storage devices (such as batteries) to generate their output voltage when operating without mains input power.
Rotary uninterruptible power supply units or packages, with a power range greater than or equal to 200 kVA that use one or more rotating electrical machines (i.e. AC generators) to generate their output voltage when operating without mains input power. Further information can be found at https://etl.beis.gov.uk/products/uninterruptible-power-supplies

EcoPowerSupplies is focused on providing the most energy efficient solutions available for data centre and other similar critical IT applications and offers a wide range of UPS systems on the ETL https://etl.beis.gov.uk/product-search/technology/uninterruptible-power-supplies

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