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Lowering the utility bill pays off for data centers

Data center service providers, also known as colocations, colos or multi-tenant data centers, profit from providing customers with the entire IT package. From bandwidth to security, and undoubtedly reliability. Utility bills are usually their largest bill, and by cutting the utility bill they can be a more sustainable business and make offerings more appealing than their competition. Ultimately, for their business to succeed, they seek solutions that allow them to lower operating expenses without cutting corners for uptime. Keep in mind, they likely they have Service Level Agreements in place that make downtime a costly mistake.

One challenge they face is low UPS loading. They lightly load UPSs for redundancy, accommodating for maintenance and mitigating risk of a possible unit failure. While such deployment schemes guard against downtime, they also lower energy-efficiency, because lightly loaded UPSs waste more power and produce proportionally more heat than those that are fully loaded.

This is where eco modes or multi-mode UPSs come into play. In normal operation, the UPS runs in a highly-efficient energy saver mode up to 99 percent efficient across the entire operating range (typically down to 20%), but if power conditions fall outside pre-determined tolerances, the UPS automatically and immediately transitions to traditional double-conversion mode. When power quality returns to acceptable levels, the UPS automatically transitions back into eco mode.
 
This design allows data center service providers to get all the benefits of a double-conversion UPS while improving energy consumption and lowering the utility bill.
 
If you are seeking a data center service provider, add energy efficiency to your list of discussion points.