Tripp Lite 6kVA SmartOnline Hot-Swappable Modular Rack/Tower UPS. 6000VA on-line, double-conversion UPS for server, network and telecommunications equipment. Maintains battery-derived AC output during blackouts with active, full-time power conditioning. Fault-tolerant auto-bypass prevents unexpected service interruptions during overload or internal fault conditions. Single all-in-one housing installs in 4 rack spaces (4U). Upright tower installation with optional 2-9USTAND accessory. 2 post rackmount installation with optional 2POSTRMKITWM. Full-time sine wave output within 3% of selectable 208/120 or 240/120V AC. Corrects brownouts and overvoltages from 65V to 140V (L-N). Expandable runtime with optional BP192V12-3U rackmount external battery packs. Converts raw input from AC to DC, then back to perfect sine wave AC output with enhanced protection from harmonic distortion, fast electrical impulses and other hard-to-solve power problems not addressed by other UPS types. Network-grade AC surge and noise suppression. Network management interfaces include combination RS-232 enabled and contact closure serial port, enhanced USB port and SNMPWEBCARD slot. Includes USB and DB9 serial ports. Built-in DB9 port offers both enhanced RS-232 enabled monitoring data, plus contact closure monitoring ability. HID-compliant USB interface enables integration with built
SU6000RT4U UPS System (with SUPDMB56 detachable PDU module)
USB, DB9 and EPO cabling
Rackmount installation kit for 4 post rack enclosures
Owner's manual and warranty information
Typical Applications: Ideal for protection of sensitive electronics in any application calling for upright tower or 19-inch rackmount UPS protection. Common applications include any mix of servers, workstations, hubs, routers, concentrators, IP telephony and traditional PBX switching systems.
Switches: Includes main power off/on switch, plus 2 switches to set and execute scrollable LCD functions. A manual bypass switch featured on the detachable PDU allows for complete removal of the UPS during routine maintenance without disrupting power to connected loads.
Low voltage transfer to battery power: Maintains continuous operation during undervoltages as low as 65V (L1-N:L2-N). Below this point, output is maintained utilizing battery reserves.
High voltage transfer to battery power: Maintains continuous operation during overvoltages to 140V (L1-N:L2-N). Above this point, output is maintained utilizing battery reserves.
Cold Start: Yes, inverter can be "cold started" to enable temporary AC output during a power failure.