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Transfer switch / static
100 - 1 000 A | Liebert STS2 Emerson Network Power


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Liebert STS2 static transfer switch provides a seamlessly automatic transfer between the critical load and outputs of two sole UPS systems in a dual-BUS power setting for maximum availability applications. If the primary UPS fails, automatically, the switch will then transfer the loads to the alternate. Available in 100A, 250A, 400A, 600A, 800A and 1000A sizes, and 60Hz or 50Hz selectable fields with multiple voltage availability. This device is specifically manufactured to stand the test of time thus proving peak quality in durability.


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