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The solution for

• Control devices
• Electric lines


High protection and high availability

• The ITYS ES series is a range of compact UPS systems available in 1000, 2000 and 3000 VA models with on-line double conversion technology (VFI) with sinusoidal absorption.
• ITYS ES guarantees permanent regulation of the output voltage and frequency. This technology is compatible with all IT and industrial applications and operating environments, installations with generator sets included.
• Wide tolerance on input voltage ensures that switchovers to battery mode are infrequent, significantly prolonging battery lifetime.
• The automatic bypass device switches over in zero time in the event of overload or failure, guaranteeing uninterrupted services.

Straightforward to install and easy to use

• The UPS is shipped ready for connection with internal batteries connected and charged.
• ITYS ES, with the manual bypass option is easy to install without any special plant engineering  preparation, as it is equipped with built-in thermal protection.
• The LCD monitoring/control panel and a buzzer make the equipment extremely easy and intuitive to use. The graphic indicating the power distribution path shows at a glance whether or not the system is working as it should.
• Battery efficiency can be tested via the control panel or using dedicated software.

Operating efficiency and versatility

• The versatility of these models makes them suitable for protecting critical devices in the industrial field.
• The standard equipment and communication accessories have been specially designed to satisfy the typical needs of installation or use in transformer cabins (i.e. tropicalized boards).
• In situations where automatic power management procedures are required, the communication software can be used to programme scheduled start-up and shutdown times.
• Restarting the UPS from the battery to power the DG before closing the main isolator.

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