Focus on Power Quality Devices
Strikesorb surge protection devices (SPDs) meet the requirements of the international IEC 61643-1 standard as well as the 2007 UL-1449 standard without the use of fuses. Because the SPDs have passed 3-cycle testing at available short-circuit currents of up to 85kA rms, the company says they can be integrated within panelboards, switchboards, switchgear, automation, and motion control centers without conducting additional UL testing. In addition, the modules are comprised of a single large distribution-grade metal oxide varistor (MOV) disc in a hermetic aluminum housing.
This expanded UPS product line includes nine new models in the company's Pro, Sine, and Online Series families. According to the company, the product line now features models with additional VA power capacities, particularly in the 300VA to 3,000VA range. Additional UPS enhancements include more outlets, a USB interface, remote UPS monitoring, and high-density footprints.
The SDU DIN Rail 24VDC UPS is available in 10A and 20A designs with a choice of two battery modules. UL-listed, the UPS can be mounted on a DIN rail in a control panel or integrated into an enclosure or machine. In addition, it offers an operational temperature range of 0°C to 50°C. Other product features include a rugged, industrial-grade steel enclosure; input/output IP20-rated screw terminals; LED indicators, alarms, and self-diagnostic capabilities; optional dry contact I/O communication; optional USB port; and optional panel-mount bracket.
The FN Series double-conversion online UPS allows users to scale from 8kVA to 40kVA. In addition, the units can be programmed by the user for use as a 50Hz or 60Hz frequency converter. Other product features include a wide input voltage window; remote emergency power off (REPO) interface; LCD display; hot-swappable, user-replaceable batteries; and optional battery packs and chargers.