“Green” UPS series provides up to 3kVA

12th July 2017
Source: Powersolve
Posted By : Staff Reporter
 “Green” UPS series provides up to 3kVA

Powersolve has added to its uninterruptible power supply offering with the launch of the six model PKR Plus Series. Designed to satisfy a wide range of applications including telecoms, LANs, servers, E-business and security systems, the PKR Plus Series provides constant and reliable power in the event of mains supply failure.

As well as guaranteeing supply continuity, PKR Series UPS units have been designed to reduce operating costs thanks to an AC/AC efficiency of up to 94%, an output power factor up to 1.0 and an intelligent fan speed management function.

Not content with reducing operating costs, the PKR Plus units are also good for the environment. With an input power factor up to 0.996 and a low Total Harmonic Distortion (THDi) of less than 5%, the units meet all relevant international EMC and safety standards.

The new PKR Plus power supplies are 2U high units and accept a wide input voltage range from 120 to 295VAC at 50/60Hz, while output voltages of 208/220/230/240VAC ±1% are settable via the front panel. Some models in the range have internal batteries, while others are paired with an external 2U battery unit.

An LCD display indicates the unit’s status while the system alerts users to UPS failure, low battery voltage and the presence of an abnormal mains supply. PKR Plus Series units are also protected against low battery, overload, over temperature and short circuit. Their operating temperature range is -5 to 40ºC.

Communications interfaces are RS232, USB and EPO while users also have the option of control using RS485, SNMP or dry contact connection. Output is via IEC sockets.


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