I would like to share with you this reference design with a short introduction just below:
Traditionally, mining power systems have been designed by engineering companies (EPCs) and/or mining end-users applying their industrial process knowledge and their experience from previous projects. This results in robust installations that are often not optimized for cost and footprint because the electrical design process focuses on individual packages rather than considering the whole system.
Electrical equipment manufacturers are not usually involved in the design phase. They are only consulted during the request for quotation process once the design is completed. However, manufacturers have deep knowledge of product cost and technology limitations which could be used to further optimize the cost and reliability of the complete mining power system. This guide will provide a concrete example of optimization that could be achieved when the end-user, EPC and manufacturer work together at early stage of the project.
We have a specific part for UPS at page 12 where we introduced our solution offering opex optimization without compromise on power quality.
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