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Publication Date: 10/1/2012
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Tripp Lite Upgrades UPS Systems
Rack-mountable UPS system.
Chicago, IL — Tripp Lite has upgraded its SmartOnline UPS systems. The SmartOnline UPS series now includes models (ranging from 750VA to 3000VA) that deliver top efficiency with 0.9 output power factor for maximum capacity, a new LCD control panel to simplify UPS management. With online UPS efficiency in excess of 90 percent available for the first time in units of this size range, these five new models deliver the industry's best in power conditioning while saving operating costs.
The 0.9 power factor allows the systems to support more equipment, delivering for example, up to 2700 watts in the 3000VA model. This means users require fewer UPS systems and circuits, resulting in higher overall facility efficiency.
Data Center and Network Managers can reduce electricity bills and promote corporate green initiatives with these new UPS Systems. UPS power consumption can be reduced by an additional 40 percent by use of the UPS Systems' economy mode, further enhancing efficiency and reducing heat-related cooling costs when power conditions are favorable. With the included PowerAlert software, users can define a schedule to balance energy efficiency and high performance operating modes as network needs change, or let the SmartOnline UPS decide its operating mode itself.
On-line, double-conversion operation with 2 percent voltage regulation and zero transfer time delivers clean power to equipment. An LCD control panel with nine selectable screens indicates load, voltage, runtime, energy use and other information, allowing better power management of equipment. Two independently switched load banks allow remote reboot or programmable load shedding.
Included PowerAlert Software monitors power conditions, controls UPS systems and automatically shuts down systems during a power failure. USB port, DB9 Port and SNMP/web interface provide additional communication and monitoring options.
Contact: Tripp Lite, 1111 W. 35th Street Chicago, IL 60609
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