Answers to questions we're frequently asked about Mitsubishi Electric Uninterruptible Power Supplies.
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Mitsubishi Electric has been manufacturing precision-engineered, highly reliable uninterruptible power supplies since 1964 and providing those products to American facilities with critical power requirements since 1985.
Mitsubishi Electric is the only major brand of uninterruptible power supplies that designs and manufactures its own insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) and metal oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFETs) - the power electronics that are the essential components to the “U” in “UPS”. With this unrivaled expertise in electronics design, control, and manufacture Mitsubishi Electric delivers the highest reliability and highest efficiency in uninterruptible power supplies.
Over 43,000 units have been shipped. The number of units in service is estimated to be in the range of 20,000+.
Yes, we are a division of Mitsubishi Electric Power Products Inc. located in Warrendale, PA, a suburb of Pittsburgh. Our divisional operations include Project and Application Engineering, Design Engineering, Service, Technical Support, Manufacturing and Warehousing, Quality, as well as Sales and Marketing.
We offer batteries, maintenance bypasses, critical load cabinets, paralleling cabinets, flywheels as well as a full range of Services.
Our facilities in Warrendale include 76,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space with a robust inventory of UPS and parts, switch-gear, batteries. This enables us to offer next day shipments of some parts with lead times in the range of 2 to 4 weeks for smaller UPS and 4 to 6 weeks for larger standard product orders.
Yes our Warrendale office is staffed with project and application engineers as well electrical, mechanical, and software engineers to support the proposal, design, implementation, and support of critical power solutions that best meet your requirements.
Yes, we have multiple test bays in our facility in our Warrendale to demonstrate the performance of our UPSs. Call 800-887-7830 or 724-772-2555 to schedule a test.
Call 800-887-7830 or 724-772-2555 for assistance or Contact US
From 6kVA to 2100kVA.
3 Phase UPS: 480VAC and 120/208VAC and the Single Phase UPS: 120/208VAC and 120/240VAC
Where can I find Mitsubishi Electric specifications, brochures, and drawings?
Specifications, Brochures, and Drawings can all be found on our Literature page
Size and weight vary by model but through the use of three level IGBT topology, being transformerless, or using cutting edge SiC technology Mitsubishi is able to offer UPS with smaller footprints and weights than other traditional topology UPS maximizing their power density. FDPS are found in the specifications section on the product model pages as well as the specifications section on our Literature page
Typical range of 16’ to 24’ of clearance above the unit for ventilation and 32’ to 40’ in front of the unit for maintenance. Drawings for individual models can be found under the drawing section on the product model page as well as the drawings section of our Literature page
0˚C to 40 ˚C (0 ˚F to 104 ˚F) More information can be found in the specifications section on the product model pages as well as the specifications section on our Literature page
Typical range of 55dB to 75dB model specific More information can be found in the specifications section on the product model pages as well as the specifications section on our Literature page
What fault ratings do Mitsubishi Electric Uninterruptible Power Supplies have?
Fault rating of the UPS is determined by upstream gear. Some models are available with optional 65kAIC or 100kAIC bypass fuses.
All Mitsubishi UPS modules use double conversion architecture.
Mitsubishi Electric is the only major brand of uninterruptible power supplies that designs and manufactures its own insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) and metal oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFETs) - the power electronics that are the essential components in reliable and efficient operation. With this unrivaled expertise in electronics design, control, and manufacture Mitsubishi Electric is the proven leader of delivering the highest efficiency in uninterruptible power supplies.
With class leading efficiencies and sizes ranging from 6kVA to 2.1MVA, Mitsubishi offers a UPS that can save you money at all load ranges.
The SUMMIT® Series UPS offers >98.5% efficiency without compromising reliability, saving you money and reducing your facilities carbon foot print by over 50% compared to other UPS types.
The 1100 and 9900CX series are both modular and scalable UPS modules.
Yes, a Mitsubishi Electric UPS with a Netcom II or LookUPS can notify you by e-mail utilizing your facilities IP network.
A NETCOM is a communication device uses SNMP over Ethernet. The MUCM uses Modbus RTU over serial.
The Mitsubishi UPS can use multiple types of DC sources including sealed VRLA, VLA, NiCad, Super Capacitors, Flywheels and Lithium Ion.
Yes, the 9900Aegis, 9900B, 9950, SUMMIT ® Series UPS and 9900C series all can use flywheels.
It depends on your application, Mitsubishi offers multiple UPS modules that excel in many applications. Please contact us for support finding the best application for you.
More information can be found in the specifications section on each product model page as well as on our Literature page
All Mitsubishi UPS modules are designed with NEMA 1 enclosures which are not meant for outdoor installation. They can be installed in outdoor rated containers
Mitsubishi UPS are designed to operate in a clean, conditioned, low dust environment.
Please consult the Owners Manual for your specific UPS. If you require a copy or additional support visit our Literature page
The specifications for every UPS model are different. Please visit our individual UPS model pages or our Literature page for more info
All Mitsubishi UPS are designed to operate continuously at their fully rated load.
The run-time from the battery supply for the UPS can vary depending on the UPS load, the age of the batteries and state of charge, as well as other site characteristics. For an estimated run-time of your battery or for an onsite battery examination, please Contact Us
The Mitsubishi UPS operates with a near unit input power factor, this allows for a 1:1 generator sizing. Note: Most generators are not recommended to operate above 80% capacity. Please consult a generator manufacture before sizing your generator.
The 9900Aegis can be paralleled up to 4 modules. The 9900CX can be paralleled up to 6 modules. The 9900B, 9950, SUMMIT® Series UPS, and 9900C can be paralleled up to 8 modules.
In order to parallel Mitsubishi UPS modules, a parallel control board needs to be added to each UPS module. They can then be paralleled together through a Critical Load Cabinet (CLC). For assistance in paralleling UPS modules Contact Us
Yes, we have Tech Support staff available and on call 24/7 by calling 800-887-7830.
Technical Support at 1-800-887-7830 option 1 for the UPSD division then option 1 again for Technical Support
UPS model, KVA, Serial Number and any other additional information that is relevant to the problem.
Manuals, Specifications, Brochures, and Drawings can all be found on our Literature page or on the specific UPS model pages
If you are a contract customer during every service contract visit, your Mitsubishi Electric Service Technicians will verify that your UPS is running on the most current software version. If you are not a contract customer you can call Technical Support at 1-800-887-7830 or Contact Us
Yes but it’s recommended to call Tech Support 1-800-887-7830 while doing this.
Project Planning and Management, Factory Witness Testing, Startup and On-site Testing, Training, Maintenance and Repairs, Battery Services, Onsite Equipment Upgrades and Replacements, and Customer Support. For more information please see our Services page
For proper operation semi-annual or annual maintenance is typically recommended. However, monthly or quarterly schedules may be recommended depending on the operating environment or your standardized operational procedures.
Specific site requirements can vary – the best way is to consult with one of our Service Coordinators by calling 1-800-887-7830 and selecting Option 1. Or Contact Us.
In most cases there won’t be but the UPS will likely be on utility power while the maintenance is in progress. If there is an external maintenance bypass with your system we can place your critical load on generator or utility power during our annual PM visit. Additionally, we can offer after hours service in a maintenance contract for a modest upcharge if needed.
For systems that are properly maintained an operating life of 15-20 years is typical for a Mitsubishi Electric UPS.
Yes, we stock parts for Mitsubishi Electric Uninterruptible Power Supplies at our Warrendale, PA location and several depots across the USA. Parts kits are also available for purchase at your site if desired. Contact Us for a quote!
A UPS replacement schedule can slightly vary depending on your specific UPS model. For newer UPS models, capacitors are due for replacement after the unit has been operating for 10-15 years, 5 years for fans. Sealed batteries should be budgeted at year 3 with replacement typically by year 5.
Consult with your Field Service Technician but parts that you may wish to consider include: Capacitors, Control Relays, Contactors, Printed Circuit Boards, Control Power Supply, LCD Display, Fuses, and Thermal Relays. Or feel free to Contact Us for a quote
Typically parts will be available 7-10 years after product manufacturing has been discontinued.
Yes, we have UPS Service Technicians throughout the United States in strategic areas to provide fast response times.
Yes, we also have technicians in Canada, Latin and South America. Call 1-800-887-7830 and selecting Option 1 or 724-772-2555 for assistance in finding your local technician or Contact Us
Call 1-800-887-7830 and selecting Option 1 or 724-772-2555 or Contact Us
Yes. A First Responder class empowers your staff to confidently read the Human Machine Interface screen and understand the information of the daily activity of the UPS under normal and adverse conditions. This is not a replacement for a Preventative Maintenance Plan, if you'd like a quote for First Responder training or for a PM Plan please Contact Us
The four hour class covers basic theory of operation, a virtual tour inside the UPS, review of user menus, review of a power schematic, and hands-on time when possible at your site. Each participant receives a hard copy manual.
Training is available at our Warrendale, PA and Cypress, CA training facilities as well as at your location.