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High-performance protection for large critical applications

Airports, railways, ports and roads are essential infrastructures for carrying out the activities of cities, companies and people. The same is true of power (electricity and fuel networks) and water (drinking water and drain networks) infrastructures.

 

Our professional and personal wellbeing largely depends on their proper functioning. What would happen, for example, if air traffic control radar, traffic lights or railway signalling lost their power supply?

 To prevent these kinds of situations from arising and affecting our wellbeing and the competitiveness of our professional work, uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems exist.

 

These are devices that not only provide enough power to prevent faults caused by power cuts, but also improve the quality of mains voltage, thus extending the useful life of the electrical, electronic and computer equipment connected to it.

Salicru, in line with its technological commitment, offers various ranges of UPS whose features are ideal for large critical applications such as transport, power and water infrastructures, as they ensure the safeguarding of equipment and the proper management of systems.

These devices are very compact, which greatly facilitates their installation, and made from over 60% recyclable materials.

 

Ensuring the functioning of all elements of these infrastructures is essential for Salicru, and to achieve this, we also offer products that ensure alternative power sources, such as our DC/AC systems, which are designed to operate in harsh and demanding operating environments such as: power stations, electrical substations, oil and gas pipelines, petrochemical plants, mines, railways, telecommunications facilities, hospitals and industrial plants.

DC systems are devices that convert alternating current into direct current (rectifiers, chargers) or direct current into alternating current (inverters). Such DC systems can store power in an accumulator battery, enabling an uninterrupted supply of DC or AC (through an inverter). They also have a control and monitoring system that enables input and output measurements, battery charging currents, control of priority and non-priority loads and communication channels with the outside to be managed.

 

An array of advanced technological solutions at the service of highly-critical infrastructures.

Disturbances

Spikes
Spikes
Burst transients
Burst transients
Dropouts & blackouts
Dropouts & blackouts
Sags & undervoltages
Sags & undervoltages
Surges & overvoltages
Surges & overvoltages
Notches
Notches
Frequency variations
Frequency variations
Flickers
Flickers

References

Solutions

SLC TWIN PRO2 0,7-3kVA
SLC TWIN PRO2 0,7-3kVA
On-line double-conversion UPS 700 VA to 3000 VA Advanced on-line protection for sensitive and critical loads View
SLC TWIN PRO2 4-20K
SLC TWIN PRO2 4-20K
On-line double conversion UPS from 4 to 20 kVA Enhanced protection for mid-range systems with single-phase power supply View
SLC ADAPT
SLC ADAPT
Modular On-line double conversion UPS 30-1500 kVA Flexibility, availability and reliability in superior electrical protection View
SLC ADAPT X
SLC ADAPT X
On-line double-conversion modular rack UPS 10 to 750 kW SLC ADAPT X: Modularity, optimisation and efficiency in electrical safety for data centres View
SLC CUBE3+
SLC CUBE3+
Uninterruptible power supply system from 7.5 to 200 kVA Energy efficiency with superior electrical protection View
DC POWER-L
DC POWER-L
Thyristor rectifiers 10 A - 200 A Charging systems for stationary batteries View
IT
IT
Electrical transformers and autotransformers Simple concepts, effective solutions View
CV10
CV10
Variable frequency drives from 0.2 kW to 2.2 kW CV10: Compact, flexible and easy-to-use single-phase input drives View
CV30
CV30
Variable frequency drives from 0.4 kW to 7.5 kW General-purpose vector variable frequency drives View
CV50
CV50
Variable frequency drives from 0.75 kW to 500 kW High-performance multifunction vector frequency drives View