Do I need the optional circuit breakers?

If the power feed is protected upstream, by an appropriately sized overcurrent protection device, an input circuit breaker is not required. If the output is feeding a distribution panel with a properly sized main circuit breaker, the output breaker is not required. With all of that said, having the circuit breakers located at the UPS More >

Is my UPS “Hot-Swappable”?

If N+1 is purchased, YES! If your system is not configured for N+1, each power module supplies 10KVA of power, so if you are running 20KVA of load on a 40KVA system you can swap power modules because the system will remain running on 30 of 40KVA, easily picking up your 20KVA load until the More >

What Is (N+1)+(N+1)?

Redundant redundancy, for the most critical applications. Two N+1 UPS systems in parallel to increase reliability exponentially and eliminate downtime. Provide confidence that you are prepared for the unexpected.

What Is N+N?

N+N is a second complete UPS wired in parallel, distributing 50% of the load evenly across the two units. If one UPS were to fail, the load would be seamlessly picked up by the reciprocal UPS.

What is N+1?

N = Power delivered by the UPS (e.g. 20KVA). +1 refers to an extra power and battery module for redundancy. If there is a fault in one module it can be replaced while still providing fully protected power.

Can I clean a Medical Grade UPS?

CyberPower Medical Grade Power Protection Products have been designed to tolerate repeated cleaning in healthcare environments. CyberPower Medical Grade UPS Systems are safe to clean with products containing the chemicals listed below in the concentration specified or less: APPROVED CLEANING CHEMICALS: Ethyl Alcohol 75% Isopropyl Alcohol / Isopropanol 75% Hydrogen Peroxide 5% Sodium Hypochlorite 12% More >

Can I clean a Medical Grade Surge Protector or Medical Grade Power Strip?

CyberPower Medical Grade Power Protection Products have been designed to tolerate repeated cleaning in healthcare environments. The CyberPower Medical Grade Surge Protecetor and Medical Grade Power Strip are safe to clean with products containing the chemicals listed below in the concentration specified or less: APPROVED CLEANING CHEMICALS: Ethyl Alcohol 75% Isopropyl Alcohol / Isopropanol 75% More >