Why Do You Need a UPS System?
Even brief power outages can result in data loss or potential hardware damage. A UPS system provides battery backup power to keep your devices running during short outages and provides enough runtime to properly shut down electronics during extended outages.
Improves and extends the functional life of a UPS battery and reduces excessive heat during work cycles by using a three-cycle charging process.
Displays UPS status data and configures operating settings from up to 10 ft. away (cable not included). The LCD allows configuration of IP address settings when an RMCARD205 is installed.
Allows UPS batteries to return to full capacity more rapidly by utilizing a built-in charger. Restores charge from 0-90% within 4 hours regardless of the number of EBMs.
The optional BP72V60ART2U extended battery module can help extend runtimes. This UPS allows for up to ten added EBMs.
This unit is equipped with 7 battery and surge protected outlets to keep your equipment protected from power surges and spikes.
Maximize the output of the UPS by setting non-critical loads to shut off allowing additional runtime for critical load outlets.
Corporate & Enterprise Servers
Protect mission-critical IT equipment and data centers from potential data loss and costly business interruptions.
PBX and VoIP Installations
Keep your communication lines open and running during power outages.