Publishing Date: Jun 18, 2021

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PRESS RELEASE: Delivering the most intelligent and most reliable UPS solutions to protect your customers' mission-critical assets is key to building your business. This in-lab experience on 7th July will provide you with the opportunities and tools you need to become an expert in today’s smarter critical power systems – and prepare for tomorrow’s technologies.

SolarEdge have combined a walk-through tour of their state-of-the-art lab in Israel with a deep dive demonstration of the modular, hot-swappable UPS systems – designed for maximum uptime. Best of all, from the comfort of your desktop computer, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions and interact with top SolarEdge UPS design experts.

What’s the next big thing in UPS?

Where is critical power headed this decade? SolarEdge will share their vision of how UPS systems can integrate with commercial solar power systems – leveraging the SolarEdge Li-Ion battery and battery monitoring solutions. SolarEdge believe that reliability will connect with sustainability for mission-critical installations and want you to be ahead of the game.

Why SolarEdge?

As one of the world’s largest smart energy companies, SolarEdge develop, manufacture, supply and service solar energy systems, UPS solutions and Li-Ion batteries.

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To join ‘Inside the SolarEdge Lab', please click here 

The team look forward to seeing you at 10:00 on 7th July!

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The Critical Power Division of SolarEdge delivers innovative products and solutions that power critical equipment across a broad range of sectors, among them telecom, manufacturing, healthcare, government, finance, academic, research and transportation. Facility owners, IT managers, system integrators and consultants all over the world, rely on them for the most reliable power solutions that are simple to use and reduce the total-cost-of-ownership. With the accelerating demands for data and always-on communications, they have been powering data centers, computer rooms, medical imaging, operating theatres, control centers, laboratories and production lines all over the world, for over five decades.


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