Uninterruptible power supply for low- to mid-power applications

GE Critical Power's TLE Series CE uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) are designed for low- to mid-power applications where critical power is needed.

04/04/2016


GE Critical Power's TLE Series CE uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) are designed for low- to mid-power applications where critical power is needed. Courtesy: GE Critical PowerGE Critical Power's (NYSE: GE) TLE Series CE uninterruptible power supplies (UPSs) are designed for low- to mid-power applications. The TLE Series CE UPS systems are available in two different configurations—a single 30- or 40-kilowatt (kW) power enclosure and a scalable enclosure that can house up to three 40-kW power blocks. The TLE Series CE UPS platform is targeted towards any segment or application where critical power is needed, most applications will be in information technology, industrial, health care, retail and commercial settings where reliable, efficient backup power is a necessity.

Other features include the ability for operators are able to scale up in 20- or 40-kW steps—from 40 to 120 kW. The TLE Series CE systems can be installed against side and rear walls because they require only front access. The TLE Series CE UPS systems also feature a touch-screen color display.

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