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Do you know you can reduce electricity bills, save 50% space and achieve 99.99999% availability at the same time...?


The "individual concept", including UPS, battery and communication which can be integrated into any 19" rack in industrial, telecom or other applications.

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The compact all-rounder, for applications that require a standard power protection solution including frame, UPS, battery and communication.

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Maximise your availability through this mid-size, three-phase UPS system that delivers premium power protection for the increasing loads in today’s server rooms and data centres.


Compact protection for power supply, an accurately balanced combination of unmatched reliability, excellent electrical performance exceptionally compact size and outstanding cost-efficiency housed in an attractive enclosure.


Intelligent True On-Line Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) for mission critical applications which require high reliability, availability and performance.


Master your energy challenge with this double conversion UPS topology which supplies clean, uninterruptible power and delivers the performance according to your needs.

The DPA technology

Modular UPS design based on parallel architecture does not guarantee the highest power protection for critical applications. The success of a modular system depends largely on the design of the parallel architecture and on the level of intelligence of the individual modules.

Modular systems based on Decentralised Parallel Architectures (DPA) – as opposed to Centralised Parallel Architectures (CPA) – are free of single points of failure. Therefore such modular systems maximise system uptime.
Newave’s modular DPA is built of self-contained modules that include the entire UPS hardware and software; hence, it eliminates all the common parts that are potential single points of failure.

A DPA module includes distributed CPUs, distributed control panels, distributed power units and distributed static bypass switches. Even the batteries are separately configured for each module, which makes the parallel system fully and truly redundant.