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On-line UPS SLC- TWIN RT2
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Characteristics

Type
on-line
Electrical characteristics
single-phase
Applications
industrial
Other characteristics
with built-in battery, emergency, rack-mount, high-performance
Power

Max.: 9,000 W

Min.: 630 W

Input voltage

208 V, 220 V, 230 V, 240 V

Output voltage

208 V, 220 V, 230 V, 240 V

Output power kVA

Max.: 3 kVA (4.08 hp)

Min.: 0.7 kVA (0.95 hp)

Description

On-line double-conversion tower/rack UPS from 700 VA to 3000 VA with PF=1 High-performance On-line security for priority systems Salicru's SLC TWIN RT2 UPS range is a highly advanced continuity solution for the electrical protection of critical systems. It combines the most reliable double-conversion technology (AC/DC-DC/AC) on the market and boasts a unity output power factor (VA=W) to enable it to power systems with high energy requirements, while offering high operating efficiency. The range of power ratings from 700 VA(W) to 3,000 VA(W), it comes in a 2U, convertible to tower format, with a swivel mount LCD display, according to the needs of the facility. Also available are solutions with an extra charger and additional battery modules for applications that require greater backup. In terms of communications, it features an RS-232/USB interface compatible with HID protocol and a smart slot that can optionally hold an SNMP card, MODBUS or potential free contacts; also available are software packages for local or virtual monitoring and management of protected devices. Other outstanding features include: 50/60 or 60/50 Hz frequency converter, emergency stop (EPO), and programmable outputs for critical/non-critical loads.

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