About BSA Power

BSA POWER is a new division from within Battery Specialties (Aust) Pty Ltd, who is regarded as one of Australia's largest industrial battery assemblers, wholesalers and distributors. After more than 10 years in the UPS marketplace Battery Specialties (Aust) Pty Ltd saw a need for BSA POWER to emerge as a standalone division, with its own dedicated technical personnel for qualifying technical sales and full turnkey solutions, from small to very large scale AC UPS and DC UPS system to be supplied and installed anywhere across Australia and abroad.

EATON UPS (AC and DC systems), which includes iconic brands such as Powerware, SOLA and Holec, is a key partner and proudly stocked and distributed by BSA POWER. As BSA POWER is a sole supplier of EATON UPS brands, you will be assured that BSA POWER will provide the very best sales and technical support for EATON branded UPS solutions.

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Offline/Standby:

DOMESTIC

UPS TYPES – AC UPS AND DC POWER

Typical protection time: 0–20 minutes. Capacity expansion: Usually not available. The offline/standby UPS (SPS) offers only the most basic features, providing surge protection and battery backup. The protected equipment is normally connected directly to incoming utility power. When the incoming voltage falls below or rises above a predetermined level the SPS turns on its internal DC-AC inverter circuitry, which is powered from an internal storage battery. The UPS then mechanically switches the connected equipment on to its DC-AC inverter output. The switchover time can be as long as 25 milliseconds depending on the amount of time it takes the standby UPS to detect the lost utility voltage. The UPS will be designed to power certain equipment, such as a personal computer, without any objectionable dip or brownout to that device.

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Line-interactive:

BUSINESS / CORPORATE

Line-interactive UPS. Typical protection time: 5–30 minutes. Capacity expansion: Several hours. The line-interactive UPS is similar in operation to a standby UPS, but with the addition of a multi-tap variable-voltage autotransformer. This is a special type of transformer that can add or subtract powered coils of wire, thereby increasing or decreasing the magnetic field and the output voltage of the transformer. This is also known as a Buck–boost transformer. This type of UPS is able to tolerate continuous undervoltage brownouts and overvoltage surges without consuming the limited reserve battery power. It instead compensates by automatically selecting different power taps on the autotransformer. Depending on the design, changing the autotransformer tap can cause a very brief output power disruption, which may cause UPSs equipped with a power-loss alarm to "chirp" for a moment. READ MORE +

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This has become popular even in the cheapest UPSs because it takes advantage of components already included. The main 50/60 Hz transformer used to convert between line voltage and battery voltage needs to provide two slightly different turns ratios: One to convert the battery output voltage (typically a multiple of 12 V) to line voltage, and a second one to convert the line voltage to a slightly higher battery charging voltage (such as a multiple of 14 V). The difference between the two voltages is because charging a battery requires a delta voltage (up to 13–14 V for charging a 12 V battery). Furthermore, it is easier to do the switching on the line-voltage side of the transformer because of the lower currents on that side. To gain the buck/boost feature, all that is required is two separate switches so that the AC input can be connected to one of the two primary taps, while the load is connected to the other, thus using the main transformer's primary windings as an autotransformer. The battery can still be charged while "bucking" an overvoltage, but while "boosting" an undervoltage, the transformer output is too low to charge the batteries.

Online/double-conversion

INDUSTRIAL

In an online UPS, the batteries are always connected to the inverter, so that no power transfer switches are necessary. When power loss occurs, the rectifier simply drops out of the circuit and the batteries keep the power steady and unchanged. When power is restored, the rectifier resumes carrying most of the load and begins charging the batteries, though the charging current may be limited to prevent the high-power rectifier from overheating the batteries and boiling off the electrolyte. The main advantage of an on-line UPS is its ability to provide an "electrical firewall" between the incoming utility power and sensitive electronic equipment.

The online UPS is ideal for environments where electrical isolation is necessary or for equipment that is very sensitive to power fluctuations. Although once previously reserved for very large installations of 10 kW or more, advances in technology have now permitted it to be available as a common consumer device, supplying 500 W or less. The initial cost of the online UPS may be higher, but its total cost of ownership is generally lower due to longer battery life. The online UPS may be necessary when the power environment is "noisy", when utility power sags, outages and other anomalies are frequent, when protection of sensitive IT equipment loads is required, or when operation from an extended-run backup generator is necessary. The basic technology of the online UPS is the same as in a standby or line-interactive UPS. However it typically costs much more, due to it having a much greater current AC-to-DC battery-charger/rectifier, and with the rectifier and inverter designed to run continuously with improved cooling systems. It is called a double-conversion UPS due to the rectifier directly driving the inverter, even when powered from normal AC current.

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Selecting the right UPS

Eaton's power management solutions are based on protecting the nine most common power problems present in any environment. This unique approach makes your product selection decisions about power protection much simpler. The nine power problems listed below are potentially harmful to both your data and your hardware. Eaton's products offer three levels of power protection:

Series 3, Series 5 and Series 9. Based on the parameters defined by your application, you can select an uninterruptible power system (UPS) from the series that best matches your power protection needs. To provide maximum power protection, Eaton offers a full line of Series 9 UPSs with both single-phase and three-phase models in the Series 9 family. Within each Series, Eaton has created 3 classes of products; to provide "Good, Better and Best" levels of features and performance and enable the best product fit for any application and budget.

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DOMESTIC

Series 3 Standby UPS: Backup power

The Eaton's series 3 UPS primarily protects against three of the nine power problems including power failures, power sags and power surges. This essential, cost-effective protection is necessary in order to prevent damage such as data loss, file corruption, hardware damage and equipment shutoff. For example, if your utility fails you could lose all of your work-in-progress. The Series 3 UPS offers a degree of protection against the remaining power problems and is most commonly used to protect single workstations and point-of-sale (POS) equipment. VIEW PRODUCT RANGE +

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3S

Economical standby solution for protection of many types of connected loads. Attractive design for home or office with 550VA and 700VA sizes available.

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Ellipse ECO

Economical standby solution for protection of many types of connected loads. Versatile design for the office environment with 1200VA and 1600VA sizes available.

BUSINESS / CORPORATE

Series 5 Line Interactive UPS:

Keeping it smooth

Eaton's series 5 UPS are most effective against five power problems (power failures, power sags, power surges, under-voltage and over-voltage) and offer a degree of protection against other power problems. Some of the damages you risk by not using a Series 5 UPS include premature hardware failure, data loss and corruption, data error, keyboard lockup, storage loss and system lockup. Series 5 UPSs are recommended for small network systems - all the way up to enterprise networking environments. VIEW PRODUCT RANGE +

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5E

Economical line interactive solution for protection of many types of connected loads. Sizes from 650VA to 2000VA available in a compact format.

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5S

Line interactive solution with AVR and LCD display. Functional design with sizes from 550VA to 1600VA available.

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5SC

Line interactive solution with pure sine wave output. Tower format with sizes from 500VA to 1500VA available.

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5P

Line interactive solution with pure sine wave output and card slot included. Tower and rack mountable format with sizes from 650VA to 1550VA available.

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5130

Line interactive solution with expandable battery module capabilities. Tower and rack mountable format with sizes from 1250VA to 3000VA available.

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5PX

Line interactive solution with expandable battery module capabilities and highly functional LCD display. Tower and rack mountable format with sizes from 1500VA to 3000VA available.

INDUSTRIAL / CRITICAL

Series 9 On Line Double Conversion UPS:

Total Protection

Eaton's series 9 UPSs protect against all nine power problems: power failures. power sags, power surges, under-voltage, over-voltage, line noise, frequency variation, switching transients and harmonic distortion. Eaton's series 9 comprehensive protection minimises the opportunity for component stress, burnt circuit boards, data crashes and program failures. Series 9 UPSs offer the highest level of power protection available and are always recommended for mission-critical applications like server farms, hospitals and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) applications. VIEW PRODUCT RANGE +

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E series DX

Simple online protection for essential loads. Tower format with sizes from 1kVA to 20kVA.

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9E

Essential online protection for industrial and data centre. Modular sizes from 6kVA to 20kVA and 80kVA to 200kVA.

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EXi

Online protection for essential loads with high power factor. Tower and rack mountable format with sizes from 1kVA to 3kVA.

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9130

Market leader in its class for online protection of essential loads. Tower and rack mountable format with sizes from 700VA to 6kVA.

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MX

Online protection for essential loads with high power factor. Modular frame that is scalable from 4kVA to 20kVA.

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9SX

Premium online protection for medium density rack environments. Tower and rack mountable format with 5kVA and 6kVA available.

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9PX

Premium online protection for medium density rack environments. Tower and rack mountable format with sizes from 6kVA to 11kVA.

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BladeUPS

Premier rack mountable 3 phase online UPS solution. Modular design from 12kW to 60kW.

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9155 & 9355

Market leader in its class for online protection of essential loads. Standalone format with sizes from 8kVA to 40kVA.

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93PM

Premium online protection for high availability systems. Standalone modular format with sizes from 30kW to 200kW

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93E

Essential online protection for data centre and industrial applications. Standalone modular format with sizes from 80kVA to 400kVA.

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9390

Essential online protection for data centre and industrial applications. Standalone modular format with sizes from 40kVA to 160kVA.

DC Power

A UPS designed for powering DC equipment is very similar to an online UPS, except that it does not need an output inverter. Also, if the UPS's battery voltage is matched with the voltage the device needs, the device's power supply will not be needed either. Since one or more power conversion steps are eliminated, this increases efficiency and run time. Many systems used in telecommunications use an extra-low voltage "common battery" 48 V DC power, because it has less restrictive safety regulations, such as being installed in conduit and junction boxes. DC has typically been the dominant power source for telecommunications, and AC has typically been the dominant source for computers and servers.

There has been much experimentation with 48 V DC power for computer servers, in the hope of reducing the likelihood of failure and the cost of equipment. However, to supply the same amount of power, the current would be higher than an equivalent 115 V or 230 V circuit; greater current requires larger conductors, or more energy lost as heat. A laptop computer is a classic example of a PC with a DC UPS built in. High voltage DC (380 V) is finding use in some data center applications, and allows for small power conductors, but is subject to the more complex electrical code rules for safe containment of high voltages. VIEW PRODUCT RANGE +

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DC Power Solutions

High end DC solutions for 24V, 48V and 110V environments. Standard and customised solutions on a project level basis.

UPS ACCESSORIES

Whether you require a new external maintenance bypass switch , some replacement batteries or even software; we have everything you need to compliment your new or existing Eaton UPS or DC system. All items listed are genuine Eaton OE products and are fully supported by BSA Power and Eaton. Please contact BSA Power for any additional items required. VIEW PRODUCT RANGE +

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BATTERIES

OE replacement batteries for all UPS offerings within the EATON UPS and DC systems family. Customised battery solutions also available.

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PDU

Power Distribution Units for rack environments. Basic solutions to metered and switched solutions available.

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Bypass Switches

External maintenance bypass switches for small plug'n'play UPS right through to large scale 3phase systems.

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SOFTWARE/CONNECTIVITY

EATON software and connectivity solutions used for local and remote monitoring of your power system in real time.

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VIEW EATON Range

View all of EATON's UPS range and accessories in one brochure.

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Miscellaneous

EATON have many other offerings available, such as connection accessories, network racks, power conditioners and surge filters.

CONTACT BSA Power

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