UPS systems for Airports
UPS systems at airport work to convert AC power to DC power. When everything is normal, they recharge their batteries. When power fails, they keep critical stations such a control tower running. UPS systems at airports also work to protect the electrical network from power surges.
Typical power related issues at airports includes short circuits, power overloads, transients. For a good UPS systems at airport , what matters is that they should be turnkey projects, high efficiency (fewer active components) and reliability. There have been examples of airport UPS being in service for close to 20 years.
ProstarM industrial UPS system detects issues such as transient overload conditions, short circuits or sustained overloads. In these cases, the ‘current limit’ is triggered, transferring critical load to static bypass. There are no interruptions in power during this operation.