Local area power center
The LAPC 3.0 is a 3kVA uninterruptible power distribution solution designed for use in facilities measuring 2,500 sq ft or less. The product combines an on-line UPS with a wall-mounted interface panel and can be powered from a single dedicated 30A circuit. Up to four branch circuits, each with individual 15A breakers, distribute clean, low-noise uninterruptible power to individual peripherals. The design includes a high energy surge diverter, a power line noise filter, and a low-impedance isolation transformer. In addition, the power interface panel provides a manual make-before-break bypass switch to ensure redundancy when the UPS must be removed for maintenance.
Part of the Powerware Series, the 5130 UPS line features 1,250VA to 3,000VA line-interactive models designed to protect routers, switches, and workstations, as well as VOIP and EDGE/3G/WiMAX wireless networking equipment. Available in 2U and 3U rack and tower configurations, the UPS includes user-replaceable hot-swappable batteries. For applications requiring longer run times, 2U external battery modules can be added to provide additional hours of backup time.
The HP Tower UPS models T750G2, T1000G3, and T1500G3 offer power ratings of 750VA, 1,000VA, and 1,400VA. Featuring a line-interactive design with buck and boost regulation, the units also includes an intuitive front panel display, enhanced battery management, prioritized shut-down of attached devices during an electric utility power failure, hot-swappable batteries, network transient protection, and serial and USB ports.
Unlike fuel-based generators, the PowerTower battery-powered backup generator can be installed or set up indoors. In addition, the system can be configured to automatically switch on when normal power is lost, or serve as a portable power source. According to the company, the unit can provide backup to multiple circuits at power levels equivalent to normal service.
Gaia Power Technologies