Rack mount single-phase UPS
This double-conversion UPS is available in a rack mount design and up to four units can be installed in parallel.
The UniStar P series single-phase online uninterruptible power supply is now available in rack mounted designs for industrial, commercial and office environments. This true on-line double-conversion UPS is available in 6kVA models, to protect from outages and irregularities in incoming line voltages from 160 to 280 VA at 45-65 Hz. Up to four modules can be installed in parallel for redundancy or additional capacity. The UPS features near unity input power factor and ac to ac efficiency greater than 90% and less than 5% reflected harmonics. The Smart Battery Management System continuously monitors battery status and recharges whenever necessary. Hot-swappable battery packs allow users to change batteries without shutting down the UPS. Easy to read front-panel LCD display includes input and output voltage, input and output frequency, load percentage, battery voltage and inner temperature. Alarms are provided for line mode, backup mode, ECO mode, bypass supply, battery low, battery bad/disconnect, overload, transferring with interruption and UPS fault, line failure, battery low, transfer to bypass, and system fault conditions.
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