India’s Consul Neowatt has launched its first UPS dedicated to protecting the country’s automated teller machines (ATM) from power outages.
Consul said the ATMSure UPS, developed in its R&D facility in Pune, combines a management system and maintenance-free batteries.
According to the company, the UPS uses a quick charge and deep discharge feature, which can operate over a wide input voltage range without switching to batteries.The batteries can be quickly re-charged after an extended power outage.
Consul said it has also developed an intelligent power and energy management system for ATMs (iPEMS-ATM), which can be added to new and existing ATM sites.
The iPEMS-ATMis said to be able to extend the reliability and life of batteries,“eliminating a major failure mode in the downtime of the UPS”.