Online UPS

20KVA-40KVA3:3 PhaseIGBT based Double Conversion UPS


The Champion Three Phase UPS are designed for mission critical applications that require the best combination of energy efficiency, reliability and lowest cost of ownership. These UPS are enough capable to provide continuous power in the event of AC power failure or degradation in the AC power, because of its Intelligent Double Conversion Technology with a DSP-based IGBT inverter. This allows stable interference-free power to the load, in turn ensuring a clean and regulated output sine wave. The UPS provides customer security in power supply with intelligent choice between two line input or one line input according to actual condition. This UPS is flexible enough to meet any power, redundancy, harmonic control and battery backup time requirements as a result making it ideal for a wide range of applications.


  • Three phase input - Three phase output
  • IGBT Based Double Conversion Technology
  • DSP Microprocessor Control & Latest PWM Technology
  • Pure sinewave output
  • Front access for ease of installation & servicing
  • Smart computer interface with multiple interface options
  • Operates with input power factor corrector more than 0.99
  • User-friendly Compact Design
  • User-friendly LCD display
  • Twin channel line input
  • Operates with high efficiency i.e. more than 96% in ECO-Mode
  • Build in Automatic & Manual Bypass
  • DC Start & Automatic Self-diagnostic Function
  • Built-in intelligent high capacity charger for long backup time
  • Wide input voltage range & generator compatible
  • Full Protection: Overload, Short-circuit, Over Temp. etc.


  • Server & Networks
  • Telecommunication Equipments
  • Industrial Equipments
  • Medical Imaging Equipments
  • Emergency Services
  • Any Sensitive Electronics Devices and so many...

Technical Specification

Capacity 16KW 24KW 32KW
Input Voltage 380VAC
Input Voltage Range 208VAC - 477VAC
Input Frequency 50Hz/60Hz Auto Select
Input Frequency Range 40Hz - 60Hz
Phase Three Phase with Ground
Input Power Factor >0.99
Voltage 380/400/415 volts (Selectable)
Frequency 50Hz/60Hz Auto Select
Frequency Accuracy ± 0.1 Hz (free Running)
Voltage Regulation ± 2%
Waveform Pure Sine Wave
Transient Response ± 6% (10%-90% Linear Load), Recovery within 60 ms
THD < 3% (Linear load), < 5% (Computer load)
Overload Capacity 110% for 60min, 125% for 30sec, 150% for 300msec
Crest Factor 3:1
Efficiency 92% (Overall)
Type External Battery Bank
DC Voltage 192-240 VDC 384 (+/-192) VDC / 480 (+/-240) VDC
User Interface
LED Status Normal, Battery, Bypass, Fault with Mimic Diagram
LCD Intelligent LCD Display for Real time status monitoring & Fault indication
Audible Buzzer Alarm
Communication Standard RS232 port, Dry contacts
SNMP Optional
Noise (At 1 Meter) < 60dBA
Operating Temperature 0 ~ 40° C (UPS) & 25° C + 5° C (Battery)
Ambient Temp. (Storage) -20° C ~ 70° C (UPS) & -20° ~ 30° C (Battery)
Humidity 5 - 95% (Non Condensing)
Operating Elevation 1000 meters
Safety Approval EN-50091-2 Class A, CE, CNS13438 Class A, EN50091-1-1, IP 20
Cold Start Yes
Battery Bank Extention Possible
Dual Input Connection Provided for Hot Standby Configuration
Bypass Automatic (Bi-directional) & Manual
Dimension (W×D×H)(mm) 710×260×720
Net Weight 50 kgs 59 kgs 62 kgs
* Specifications are subject to change without any prior notice.

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  Aayush K

  Oct 15, 2015

Good Product.. Great after sales service...!!

We brought Champion Online UPS for Datacenter, it is working great so far.. Nice doing business with you.

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What is a UPS?

UPS is a power supply system with energy storage which ensures a permanent supply of the load in case of a supply voltage breakdown.

Why do you need a UPS?

An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) is used to protect critical loads from mains supply problems, including spikes, voltage dips, fluctuations and complete power failures using a dedicated battery. A UPS system can also be used to ‘bridge the gap’ whilst a standby generator is started and synchronised.

What should be considered when buying a UPS system?

Existing Installations: Consider a central back-up system to eliminate expensive re-cabling. Wise to involve a company specialising in power conditioning.
New Installations: Access the level of power protection required. Some installations may demand that every item is supported by UPS, others may only require UPS for a central server and one or two workstations.
Type of Client/Application: Emergency services, financial institutions, Industrial etc. This can have an impact on the system specification.
Site Location: Inner city areas may be more susceptible to power fluctuations. Rural areas may be affected by weather conditions on power lines. More remote areas may be located at the very end of the power line.

What is Sine wave ?

It is the ideal waveform for the transfer of AC power. There are two types of waveforms available. A "modified sine wave", and the "true sine wave".
Modified Sine Wave -The modified sine wave is not really a sine wave at all. It is more less a "stepped wave". It achieves voltage regulation by varying in width according to the battery voltage and the load. Thus, the wave is not as smooth as a sine wave. The quality of modified sine wave inverters should not be underestimated. They are highly capable, and (by narrowing the waveform) they save energy when running only small loads, as happens during most of the day in a typical home. Modified sine inverters have been successful in many thousands of remote home, RV and marine systems since 1986.
True Sine Wave - Also known as Pure Sine Wave, is the most reliable waveform and provides power almost identical to a standard wall outlet. The power produced fully assures that your "sensitive loads" will be correctly powered, with no interference. Some appliances are likely to require Pure Sine Wave including digital clocks, battery chargers, light dimmers, variable speed motors, and audio/visual equipment. For these reasons, true sine wave inverters can be more a more expensive choice.

What are the differences between 'Online' and 'Offline'?

Off-line (VFD) systems are usually low cost products designed for a simple one or two user PC installations, they offer little or no protection against most supply problems and really only give support for short-term power loss. The load is fed from the mains during normal operation, hence 'off-line'. On-line (VFI) UPS systems are regarded as 'high-end' and employ more sophisticated technology which uses a rectifier and inverter, hence 'double-conversion'. This effectively isolates the load from virtually all types of power supply problems.

What is the difference between "KVA rating" and "KW rating" of UPS?

The mathematical relation is kW= kVA *pf. where kW is active or useful power and kVA is the vector sum of active power and reactive power. The equation therefore is kW= kVA *pf

What is the Input Power Factor (p.f.) of the UPS at different loads?

Power factor is a function of phase displacement angle between voltage and current and distortion factor. It is calculated as a ratio of real power to apparent Power drawn by load. PF is low at lower loads and goes on improving at higher loads. PF is also lower at higher input voltage and goes on improving as voltage reduces. Input Power Factor is independent of type of load for double conversion technology.

How can I remotely monitor my UPS system?

There are two ways in which you can monitor your UPS remotely. One option is to install a wall mounted Remote Panel (MultiPanel) that connects to the UPS to a serial port on the UPS and offers the advantage of full digital metering (available for all UPS models - 400 m cable max and required 230 Vac UPS backed mains supply). The panel incorporate a multi function audible alarm with mute facilities and lamp test.
The alternative option is to utilise the computer network with our NetMAN network adaptors to provide full UPS status and measurement values via a web-browser with facilities to send alarms using email, SMS messaging, SNMP traps or directly to an existing BMS system. This device can also offer temperature monitoring and unattended server shutdown when combined with optional modules.

Can I add more UPS modules to the system when my load increases?

Yes, the MST, MPS and MHT ranges employ a plug and play parallel system that allows additional units to be added to an existing system at a later date. Additional UPS units can be added to either provide redundancy or extra capacity if the load increases. Sometimes it’s worth investing in additional switchgear early on so that more units can be accommodated much more easily.

Which one should I choose, Single or Three phase UPS?

Here are many aspects which affect the choice of module. Totally single phase units are rarely available beyond 20 kVA, above this size it is usually necessary to use a three phase input for the rectifier, even where the inverter output is single phase. When feeding this type of system via a generator it is important to remember that the bypass line will be single phase, demanding a higher current on one phase only. Larger units with three phase input/output are more easily distributed across generators and can also be used to feed single phase loads, and with good load balancing, need not be oversized