UPS

An uninterruptible power supply or a UPS is a system that protects data centers and equipment from temporary power outages and power surges. UPS systems contain a battery backup system that stores incoming AC power for use when your electric power supply falters. Your equipment can then run off of DC power for a short time. Once the power comes back on, the batteries are recharged. Industrial UPS systems protect your servers, computers and other IT equipment from inconsistent voltage that can damage your equipment or cause it to malfunction.

When the electricity goes out completely, UPS systems provide backup power in those crucial moments before your generator kicks in. If your equipment isn’t protected in those few minutes beforehand, it can be costly to your organization, causing you to lose time, money and vital information. UPS systems allow you the valuable time necessary to save information and shut down your equipment, or wait until the generator power kicks in. Mission Critical Facilities International sells a variety of the industry’s best UPS power supply systems to protect data centers and mission critical facilities.

APC Galaxy VM UPS

Product Description

For power quality and reliability on the cutting edge of data center technology, check out the APC Galaxy VM. The APC Galaxy VM UPS is on the forefront of UPS innovation, with a number of features that make it efficient and environmentally friendly, all while reducing the total cost of ownership for the business.

With the APC Galaxy VM, total cost of ownership begins with the batteries of the unit. A wide input voltage range designed for harsh environments helps to save on battery life, while also easing the unit’s connection to your electrical network. The new ECOnversion mode (available as of the 2nd quarter of 2014) provides extremely high efficiency while batteries are charging. The ECO mode distributes power within the unit more efficiently by passing over unused electrical components and powering only that which is really necessary, all without sacrificing your power protection. The APC Galaxy VM has swappable batteries for additional runtime capacity or existing battery replacement, and makes things easy by automatically recognizing installed batteries once they are in place.

Other features of the APC Galaxy VM UPS are equally impressive. Its IGBT rectifier provides very low harmonic distortion, and in tandem with other features a high level of power conditioning is achieved. The unit has life cycle monitoring to encourage proactive maintenance so there is no downtime for the UPS system. The APC Galaxy VM UPS is parallel redundant and parallel capacity capable. Its internal backfeed protection system adds an additional level of safety by protecting the UPS from power anomalies.

The APC Galaxy VM UPS was also designed to be easy to service and maintain. It has a small footprint which makes it a great fit for a variety of data centers and industrial applications. It has top and bottom cable entry and full front service access. These features amount to a low mean time to repair, helping you sleep better at night knowing your power is protected and easy to manage.

If you would like to inquire after a Galaxy VM UPS or to sell the unit that you have, contact Mission Critical Facilities International today. We offer fair prices and high quality customer service in every transaction. Contact us with your UPS needs today.

Offline Series – 500VA till 800VA

Types of UPS Systems

UPS systems are often referred to as double conversion, single conversion or multi-mode systems. Some UPS systems have the capability to operate in multiple modes. Single conversion UPS systems are more efficient, but they don’t provide the same level of protection. Standby UPS systems are single conversion systems, and they are generally the most practical option for small applications. Double conversion systems, due their higher level of protection, are usually the standard for mission critical facilities. Multi-mode UPS systems are more expensive, but they allow for a combination of both efficiency and a high level of protection.

We sell all these types of industrial UPS systems from a variety of reputable brands, including EatonAPCMitsubishi and more. Eaton is a company that has been in business for 100 years and their award-winning equipment has made them leaders in the UPS industry for over 40 years. APC is also an award-winning American company that has been in the business for over 40 years. We are proud to offer some of the world’s best UPS systems from these innovative and reliable brands at competitive prices.

Why Purchase a UPS System from Mission Critical Facilities International?

As experts in the data center and mission critical industries, we can help you choose the right industrial UPS system for your facility and your operations, which can be a breath of fresh air when trying to make the right purchase. Things to consider when purchasing a UPS include the available space in your data center, electrical infrastructure requirements, total load of your equipment, and the type of monitoring system it has. It’s also important to think about how much your facility will grow in the next several years.  Purchasing the wrong UPS system for your facility can be costly, inefficient and ineffective.

In addition to helping you select a UPS, we can also install it, test it and provide battery maintenance for your UPS for years to come. A properly maintained UPS system can operate reliably for up to 20 years and UPS batteries will last 3-5 years. We also provide UPS battery replacement services and we recycle used batteries at EPA-compliant centers.

Get Your Quote on a UPS System from Mission Critical Facilities International

Browse our selection of top of the line industrial UPS systems and request a quote for the one that meets your needs, or contact the UPS experts at Mission Critical Facilities International by calling us at (877) 881-2781 or filling out our online form to have us help you with your selection.