Highly efficient, easy to deploy, compact three phase power protection that seamlessly integrates into the electrical, physical and monitoring environments of customers operating medium data centers, industrial or facilities applications.

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Galaxy VM is a key component in the comprehensive Schneider Electric energy management solution for data center and industrial applications. Galaxy VM deploys state of the art technology to lower energy cost through very high efficiency ratings and the newly innovative ECOnversion mode. Galaxy VM seamlessly links to your electrical network using state of the art electrical performances like very wide input voltage range, high overload and short circuit capacity and integrated back feed protection providing excellent power quality. The highly compact Galaxy VM also links in with your facility monitoring systems and smart grid requirements and offers both traditional and modular energy storage flexibility that allows tailoring of the solution to specific needs. Galaxy VM features top and bottom cable entry without the need for an additional side cabinet, full front service access, back to the wall installation and included start up service making it one of the easiest UPS’s in its class to deploy, install and maintain.
 
 

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Critical Facilities Technology (CFT) specializes in the design and construction of high-efficiency, high-reliability "Green" Data Centers. CFT partners with consulting engineers, contractors, and end users to provide the highest level of competence in design and implementation for mission critical needs. CFT represents the top manufacturers in the industry including APC by Schneider Electric and Russelectric in Colorado, Wyoming, and Montana.