Guaranteed higher UPS efficiency
IT organizations can reduce energy consumption and costs —without sacrificing reliability— with GE’s eBoost technology.
Energy consumption is a critical issue for IT organizations as their data center energy demands continue to grow. Their goal is to reduce cost and keep the datacenter running. IT organizations can reduce energy consumption and costs—without sacrificing reliability—with GE’s eBoost technology.
- 80% reduction in UPS losses
- System energy cost savings
- Reduced heat (BTU) generation
- Energy savings from reduced cooling
- Extended UPS component life
- User-programmable scheduling
- Reduced acoustical noise
What is eBoost?
- e = high efficiency (up to 99%)
- Boost = fast power transfer (<2ms)
- Up to 99% UPS efficiency
- Compliant to ITI (CBEMA) curve during undervoltage events
- Up to 4.8 MW UPS capacity using Redundant Parallel Architecture (RPA)
- Magnetizing the output transformer ensures a < 2ms transfer time
- Static bypass inductor for filtering utility power
- Battery trickle charge in eBoost operating mode
eBoost™ – guaranteed higher UPS efficiency
During traditional operation the UPS runs in double conversion mode. Both the rectifier and the inverter are continuously operating, resulting in an efficiency of 92-94%.
eBoost single module
During eBoost operation the load is supplied directly by the mains, via the static bypass circuit. This provides an efficiency up to 99%. In case the mains voltage is out of tolerance, the UPS will immediately transfer the load to the inverter in < 2ms. The < 2ms is achieved by our patented* technology to magnetize the output transformer. The output transformer provides galvanic isolation between inverter and load. The static bypass inductor filters the input AC power during eBoost operational mode.
* U.S. Patent No. 7,372,177
eBoost in Redundant Parallel Architecture
eBoost in RPA uses high speed communication and fast digital signal processors (DSP) to parallel up to 6 UPS modules. eBoost in RPA provides up to 4.8 MW capacity and up to 99% efficiency while maintaining <2ms transfer time, compliant to the ITI (CBEMA) curve.