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Rackmount Uninterruptible Power System

Network Management Module remote management adapter - Gigabit Ethernet


Rackmount Uninterruptible Power System 


AC or DC Power Failure Sensor 


Network Management Module


Users can perform scheduled shutdowns, startups, and reboots of the UPS. 


With the product, users are able to conveniently perform remote control of the UPS to achieve optimal system management.


User can remotely control the UPS and monitor UPS current status from any off site location. SP100 can communicate the status of a UPS and issue commands to it.


Allows connection of the UPS directly to the ethernet network through a RJ-45 connector without using RS-232 ports on the computer and without loading any individual UPS management software on the network server. 


What is a rack-mounted ups uninterruptible power supply  ?   Where can rack-mounted ups be used?


Rack-mounted ups uninterruptible power supply is a traditional ups power supply that is used in power devices and all aspects of process manufacturing technology, but the difference is based on the parallel connection of modules.


The rack-mounted UPS power supply inherits the development achievements of traditional UPS technology in terms of power device technology and manufacturing process, but in terms of system architecture, based on the parallel connection of multiple modules, it not only realizes the hot swap of system modules, but also better handles the system. Modules operate independently, cooperate with each other, and have a smooth transition relationship.


Compared with the traditional vertical (tower) uninterruptible power supply, the rack uninterruptible power supply can be installed in the middle of a standard cabinet, saving space and space, easy to install, use and maintain, and can use a shorter Power connection cable. Modular UPS can improve overall system availability by reducing failure points between critical equipment and loads.


Furthermore, computer rooms, system integration, and integrated cabinets are everywhere now. The existence of rack-mounted UPS power supply solves many problems and provides great help for many computer rooms, data centers, workshops, and units. Rack-mounted UPS batteries existence is inevitable.


Rack-mounted UPS is the third generation of pure online intelligent UPS developed with new digital technology, aiming at the reliability requirements of China's power grid environment and network monitoring, network systems, and medical systems for power supply, it overcomes the need for large-scale computers integrated with medium-sized power supplies The increasingly harsh power supply network environment brought by the network system. It is an important power supply guarantee equipment for enterprises.


The rack-mounted uninterruptible power supply system consists of power input circuits such as mains, bypass and battery, rectifier (rec) for AC/DC conversion, inverter (inv) for DC/AC conversion, inverter switch circuit and bypass output switch circuit and energy storage battery.


The rack UPS rectifies the commercial AC power when the machine is powered on, and stores it in the self-contained power supply. Once the power supply stops, it can supply power. The working time of the electrical equipment may be 10 minutes, half an hour, etc. The delay time is usually determined by the battery capacity.


When the mains supply power, it acts as a voltage stabilizer and filter to eliminate or weaken the interference of the mains and ensure the normal operation of the equipment. When the utility power is turned off, it can turn the DC power provided by its DC power supply into a perfect AC power supply for the load. It usually switches from the utility power to the battery power supply at 0 time, so that the load equipment can keep running. No changes will be felt, truly guaranteeing uninterrupted operation of the device.


Advantages of rack-mounted ups uninterruptible power supply:

1. Simple installation, convenient expansion, saving investment.

2. The power supply of rack-mounted UPS enables the power supply system to meet the demand, and enables the capacity to achieve "dynamic growth" with the development of business, which not only meets the needs of later business expansion, but also reduces the initial purchase cost of users.

3. Parallel redundant, stable operation and high reliability.

Where can rack ups be used?

Rack-mounted UPS power supply is widely used in communication, electric power, public security, fire protection, radio and television, finance, military, Internet and other fields. Supporting integrated equipment includes: communication base stations, integrated power distribution cabinets, data centers, modular integrated products, etc.


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