UPS systems need to be developed for high reliability and longevity. Our customized solutions achieve the highest levels of cell cycle life and allow extremely fast time to regulation during initialization. They can be fully configured for specific applications including mechanical challenges and custom communication protocols.
Lithium ion technology enabled the development of high energy density micro UPS devices for data storage systems. ICCNexergy has the ability to integrate the complete system as a single optimized unit, utilizing microprocessor based control and our patented VVT charging technology, creating the most efficient, reliable systems in the industry.
Self Triggered UPS
One of the most basic UPS devices are autonomous self-triggered units. They respond automatically when a loss of input is sensed. Although straightforward in theory, these systems have to be developed to accomplish strict performance criteria such as time to regulation, high power, fast recharge and optimized cycle life.
Advanced Externally Triggered UPS
Building on basic UPS architecture, advanced back up devices are configured to be a much more significant part of a complete system. These systems often integrate complex communication and have the ability to respond to a number of control triggers. Key parameters, such as relative state of charge, cell cycle count, state of charge, temperature and advanced warning signals, are broadcast to the host system.
Additionally, an advanced UPS can achieve full output regulation extremely quickly with minimal transition instability. This requires advanced power electronics platforms with precisely tuned feedback, something that ICCNexergy microprocessor-based systems execute perfectly.
The bi-directional board systems expand the UPS functionality by integrating both charging and battery power management on the same board. The ICCNexergy BDB systems offer bi-directional buck-boost capability to support a wide spectrum of input voltages and output/charging demands. They offer full load share capabilities and can be daisy chained with integrated self-addressing that allows custom system prioritization.
The flexibility of ICCNexergy microprocessor-based platforms allows effective development of systems that perform multiple roles. Certain UPS systems require charging at higher voltage levels than the input. In addition, certain outputs can be at a higher potential than battery pack voltage. In both of these cases, our power electronics circuitry can be configured to provide step down, step up and charging functionality without reverting to expensive, dedicated off-the-shelf solutions.