Chicago-headquartered UPS system manufacturer, Tripp Lite, has launched a series of UPS systems with output capacities from 1.5kVA to 20kVA to protect data and equipment in US government offices at home and overseas— and to meet "the unique purchasing requirements for US federal government offices.
Tripp Lite said the systems are available for 120V, 208V, 208/240V and dual-voltage output— and from desktop to datacentre applications. All UPS systems in the series are compliant with the US Trade Agreements Act (TAA) and federal General Services Administration’s requirements.
According to Tripp Lite, its “true on-line UPS systems provide mission-critical equipment with the highest level of power protection”.
“Double-conversion technology continually converts incoming AC power into filtered DC power, then resynthesises it back into AC power with a pure sine wave,” the company said. “The UPS systems also protect connected components from dangerous surges, spikes and EMI/RFI line noise. Zero transfer time to battery backup also protects connected components from dangerous surges, spikes and EMI/RFI line noise.”
In addition, the UPS modules all include slots for optional network cards to enable Java-free HTML5-based remote access— and optional external battery packs are available for additional runtime for the backup power supply.