Tripp Lite UPS Smart 1500VA 1350W Rackmount AVR 120V Preinstalled SNMPWEBCARD Pure Sine Wave USB DB9 Extended Run 2URM Item # 692749
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Tripp Lite SmartPro Line Interactive UPS with enhanced LCD interface offers network-grade power protection for critical server, network and telecommunications equipment. Line Interactive Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) with built-in Auto-Voltage Regulation (AVR) actively corrects brownouts and overvoltages back to usable levels while maintaining a full battery charge in case of power failure. Tripp Lite's unique configuration excels in exceptionally poor-power environments with two separate levels of voltage boost to correct both slight undervoltages and severe brownout conditions. Interactive LCD interface reports UPS operating mode, detailed UPS and site-power data, plus enables a variety of UPS setup and configuration options. Super-fast switchover from line to battery power occurs within milliseconds to maintain operation of connected equipment without interruption or reboot. 95% line-mode efficiency offers reduced heat emissions and operating costs. HID-compliant USB interface enables integration with built-in power management and auto shutdown features of Windows and Mac OS X. Network communications ports enable detailed monitoring of equipment load levels, self-test data and utility power conditions. Emergency Power Off (EPO) interface. LCD display panel easily rotates for viewing in rack mount or tower configurations.
|Backup/Run Time (Full Load)||4.90 Minute|
|Backup/Run Time (Half Load)||14 Minute|
|brand name||Tripp Lite|
|Certifications & Standards||UL1778; CSA; NOM; FCC Part 15 Category B (EMI)|
|Emergency Power OFF||Yes|
|Frequency Provided||60 Hz|
|Input Connectors||1 x power NEMA 5-15|
|Input Voltage||110 V AC|
|Load Capacity (VA)||1500 VA|
|Load Capacity (Watt)||1350 W|
|Maximum Battery Recharge Time||4.50 Hour|
|Network Management||SNMP Manageable|
|Output Voltage||120 V AC|
|package contents||SmartPro SMART1500RMXLN 1.5kVA Rack-mountable UPS; PowerAlert Software CD; USB Cable; Serial Cable; EPO Cable; 4 Post Installation Kit; Owner's Manual; Network Interface Card|
|Plug/Connector Type||NEMA 5-15P|
|ports||1 serial; 1 USB|
|Receptacles||8 x NEMA 5-15R|
|software included||PowerAlert Software|
|Switching Time||4 ms|
|warranty length||2-year limited|
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SMART1500RMXLN SmartPro® Line-Interactive Rack/Tower Sine Wave UPS with Expandable Runtime, Network Card and LCD
POWER PROTECTION AND BATTERY BACKUP
for servers and network hardware
This line-interactive UPS system protects your critical network systems from damage, downtime and data loss.
Why is this UPS a Good Investment?The success of any organization depends on critical information systems like servers and network hardware. If your critical systems don't have reliable power, employees can't work, communications go down, automated systems malfunction and productivity grinds to a halt. It would be nice if utility power was always reliable, but it isn't. Between severe weather, the aging electrical grid and unavoidable hazards lurking inside your own walls, your servers and network hardware are under constant attack from power problems. Even a brief loss of power or a momentary surge can damage your equipment, corrupt your data, bring down your network and hurt your bottom line.
The potential costs of downtime are alarming. Surveyed averages range from $1,167 per minute for mid-size businesses (IDC) to $7,908 per minute for larger operations (Ponemon Institute). For a tiny fraction of these costs, you can prevent damage, downtime and data loss by installing this SmartPro® UPS system. It conditions incoming AC power to protect your equipment, provides enough battery backup to outlast most outages and allows critical systems to shut down gracefully to prevent data loss and corruption during extended blackouts.
This UPS system also has a high power factor (0.9), allowing you to connect more equipment to the UPS and circuit. A 1500 VA UPS with a typical 0.8 power factor can support a 1200 W load, while a 1500 VA UPS with a high 0.9 power factor can support a 1350 W load, an increase of 12.5 percent without a corresponding increase in circuit or space requirements.