Powerware 9330 UPS Adds Hot Sync Technology

November 12, 2001 by Jeff Shepard

Invensys Powerware Division (Raleigh, NC) announced that the latest uninterruptible power system in its three-phase product family, the Powerware 9330, can now be configured for paralleled solutions using its patented Powerware Hot Sync technology. By utilizing Powerware Hot Sync, the Powerware 9330 provides system reliability and availability for applications in the 10kVA to 40kVA range.

The Powerware Hot Sync addresses the drawbacks of traditional paralleling configurations as it eliminates the need for communication wiring and added circuitry between the modules. Powerware Hot Sync also employs load share and selective tripping methodology, providing reliability and system availability.

"Powerware Hot Sync has been established as the premier paralleling solution in the industry," said Darrick Finan, director of product management, Powerware. "By pairing this proven technique with the already high reliability of the Powerware 9330, our customers know they will have the highest system availability possible."

In addition to Powerware Hot Sync paralleling, the primary features and benefits of the Powerware 9330 include double conversion online design, high efficiency, pulse-width modulation, intelligent communications, and the DC Expert Plus built-in battery monitor.

The Powerware Hot Sync technology will be available for the Powerware 9330 in January 2002.