Class E UPS

Features And More ...

About Hyundai Class E UPS


  • High efficiency
  • RFI / EMI filtering
  • Free contact relay
  • Earth fault detection
  • Vocal alarm (optional)
  • Pure sine wave output
  • GSM modem (optional)
  • Hot swappable battery
  • IEC 62040-3 compliant
  • Manual by-pass switch
  • Site wiring fault protection
  • Power generator compatible
  • Two separate power outputs
  • Remote LCD panels (optional)
  • User friendly, informative LCD
  • Heavy-duty and high MTBF design
  • Inverter / charger short circuit protection
  • Fully digitized microprocessor-controlled
  • UPS powers and transformers overheat protection
  • LAN support and remote managed via SNMP (optional)
  • Battery over / under voltage and reverse polarity protection
  • Protection against positive feedback (input to output connection)
  • Adjustable charge current, input voltage and frequency by software
  • More than eight programmable NO-NC free contact relays (optional)
  • Three-phase to three-phase and single-phase to three-phase models
  • SCM (Spot Charging Management) and Advanced Battery Management


  • Elevators
  • Three-phase motorized equipment

For the first time in the world, Hyundai offers an amazing UPS with 400% starting current that provides the customer with the assurance that elevators won’t stop functioning during blackouts. Using fuel power generators as emergency backup supply for elevators (i.e. being able to operate in a short delay), implies keeping oil, water and body of the generator warm. These generators create also a considerable acoustic nuisance. The Hyundai Class E UPS supplies up to 10 HP elevator motor and related equipments for hours.

A second independent output can supply staircase lights, automatic driveway gates and security equipment, simultaneously. The SE3 Single-Phase to Three-Phase UPS is a special model that enables you to operate the elevators in environments with no three-phase mains or if the power cannot supply the needed current to operate them. The internal power parts of the E Class units are designed as parallel redundant, so that in case of internal power problems, the output power reduces 6 KVA, instead of causing damages to the entire unit.