In-case of mains failure, the stored kinetic energy inside the KIN-module is used to maintain the speed of the alternator (1500rpm) and provides time for the diesel engine to start and once up to synchronous speed, become the driving force of the alternator for long term supply. This transfer of energy is accomplished using inner and outer windings, one for charging and the other for energy release. The outer rotor of the kinetic storage module and used to store the energy, rotates freely on the inner shaft at 2700rpm, almost twice as fast as the alternator shaft at 1500rpm.
Power up to 3000kVA (Dual output options available) with voltages up to 11kv direct generator or via step-up transformers. Hitzinger DRUPS offer extremely low TCO costs using high efficient designs that are also very resilient.
Design options are available to suit a range of applications, including containers, acoustic canopies of internal installations.