Datacenter power solutions

Datacentres need an exceptional degree of safety, reliability and stability in their power supply.
DBR’s emergency power systems an No-break power solutions guarantee the highest availability of uninterruptible energy.
DBR is your full service provider for power solutions and specialized in reliable Emergency Generatorsets for datacenters. Big data is growing every year and datacenters have to secure the data 24/7 and 365 days a year for their valued customers.

Critical Emergency Power Solutions

DBR Generator sets develops and realizes complete emergency power supplies for applications such as hospitalsdata centers, bridges and tunnels, parking houses and water management applications. “Thanks to engineering and project competences, DBR is increasingly being invited at the development stage of an application to work with the project developer or the engineering firm to achieve an optimum emergency power supply, including a UPS facility for the defined critical parts of the installation.

DBR-UPS Power Solution

A fully integrated emergency power plant from DBR with UPS consists of three main parts:
The diesel emergency power generator: this provides the emergency power supply for the entire application
The rotating UPS: this is the heart (almost literally) of the power supply of critical parts of the system
The automation and control: these elements ensure the extremely precise cooperation between the parts and the public network, whereby switching must be carried out on the basis of high measuring accuracy and milliseconds

DBR- Rotating UPS Power Solution

A rotating UPS system basically resembles a standard generator, but includes a flywheel and an electric clutch. The system runs on the regular power supply. The kinetic energy generated thereby is sufficient to absorb the voltage drop between the loss of the mains and the start-up of the emergency power generator. The user does not notice a power cut this at all and continuing their processes without any power interuption.

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