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Applications benefiting from the N+1 redundancy feature include data centers, aerospace, banking transactions, and cloud-based systems where improved system safety and integrity are top priority.
Phoenix Contact's new Quint Diode power supplies are designed for redundant applications that require isolation and N+1 redundancy.
6 percent efficiency at full load, 92 percent efficiency at 2-kW load, a main output of -52 V, a standby output of 12 V, and N+1 redundancy capability.
Availability is maintained through internal N+1 redundancy and self-diagnosing power modules for predictive failure notification.
The new range, collectively launched as the 'SmartOnline' Modular 3-Phase UPS Systems for 220/380V applications, reportedly includes self-contained, hot-swappable 20kVA power modules that can provide N+1 redundancy for critical loads to compensate the load in the event of module failure.
A built-in redundancy diode that allows for parallel connection to achieve higher output power or N+1 redundancy.
The Axity BTS offers N+1 redundancy for carrier-class reliability, with one sector more than needed under full load to serve as a backup in case a primary sector fails.
Provisions for N+1 redundancy and paralleling for higher current are optional.
SU40K, SU60K and SU80K models feature multiple modules to provide N+1 redundancy for critical loads.