Socomec provide a complete range – from 400 VA through to 800 kVA – of the highest quality, class-leading three-phase and single-phase uninterruptible power supplies, developed to offer the highest levels of efficiency, availability, scalability and flexibility.

As recognised global specialists, Socomec has developed an award-winning range of compact, complete and innovative solutions.  Socomec UPS’s are at the very forefront of power protection technology.

Socomec is PSE Power’s chosen UPS partner, and is the only Authorised Distributor in Ireland for the full range of Socomec UPS’s.  PSE Service Engineers are fully trained to install, commission, service and maintain Socomec products.

Electrical power distribution is subject to mains distortion of varying periods and intensity. Today’s power protection solutions need to provide protection from a wide variety of power quality problems, not just blackouts.  Many critical loads will only function correctly if supplied with a high quality power supply.  Power quality problems can seriously reduce the working life of your equipment, systems and technology.

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The solution to your power supply problems

Power taken directly from the mains can be problematic for sensitive devices. Having an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) can secure the mains power to your equipment types and resolve the examples described below:

Atmospheric conditions

Bad atmospheric conditions can compromise the continuity and quality of the power supply. Storms can result in total blackouts, irreparable damage to computers and data losses due to the powerful voltage surges caused by lightning strikes.

Industrial conditions

Industrial environments are very high risk, due to the presence of large machinery like welders and electric motors which can cause voltage drops over a large area. These voltage drops, just like voltage peaks and micro-interruptions to the power supply, are a serious danger to data integrity.

Operating conditions

The electrical disturbances in the workplace caused by photocopiers, lifts, fluorescent lighting, compressors and electrical motors cause continuous problems. These may seem inconsiderable, but which over time can seriously reduce the working life of computers and other sensitive equipment.

Human error

Unforeseeable accidents are one of the most frequent causes of sudden power failure. These include causes such as work on the mains line or the many kinds of incidents which can cause a blackout, incorrectly rated electrical systems and everyday office accidents resulting in the power plug being pulled out from the mains.