Originally posted by: cdaly2001
That would be the ideal solution but the customer needs a non battery type UPS and the only one in our range is 1.1A. Just out of interest what are the reasons?
I knew it was a long shot :-)
To link the UPS together, you'd need to statisfy a number of criteria:
1. Output voltages can be "phase-locked", so they are both rising and falling precisely together.
2. Need to make sure one can't back-feed the other in any way.
3. May need to make sure that the frequencies of the switching converters are precisely the same and are phase-locked too, otherwise may mean that the voltage/current output generates a lot of noise: EMC issues.
But surely if this is in your range, your tech guys know the answer?
EUR ING Graham Kenyon CEng MIET TechIOSH
Principal and Proprietor,
G Kenyon Technology