Emergency lighting inverter
The UltraLITE Model ELC is a compact centralized emergency lighting inverter. Featuring regulated output and transient voltage protection for LED lighting, electronic ballasts, as well as all other lighting applications and life safety systems, the inverter offers 90 min. of battery backup (and optionally up to 4 hr of total back-up time) in a 22-in. ×11.75-in. cabinet. In addition, the product is floor-mounted and wall-secured, features a front-access design, and is available in 600W to 2kW single-phase sizes.
Part of the company's Cyberex product line, the Cyberwave CI is a true online, double-conversion UPS designed to IEC standards. Ranging from 10kVA to 160kVA, the UPS employs PWM inverter technology and fiber-optic data paths. According to the company, the product is designed for a 20-yr life and features DSP digital controls, parallel redundancy, and rugged overload and fault-clearing capabilities.
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Designed to provide back-up power and scalable battery run times, the model 9390 and model 9395 UPSs are now offered in 400V UL-listed configurations, delivering clean power directly to the IT rack at 230V without the need for a stand-alone power distribution unit. According to the company, the 400V configuration requires no changes to IT devices and power loads.
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The Agility Series includes five high-density line-interactive UPSs ranging from 750kVA to 3,000kVA in a 2U chassis (3.5 in. × 17.3 in. × 17 in.) platform. Designed for servers, large peripherals, storage systems, and other networking equipment, the UPSs feature 2-tier buck & boost technology. In addition, all five models feature integrated communication line protection to safeguard phone or network connections. Other product highlights include scalable batteries, dual bank load shedding, and inputs including RS232, USB, RJ45 Ethernet, and an RJ11 remote emergency power-off port.
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