- Premium and reliable sine wave UPS
- 208V UPS for server,router or switch
- 5000VA / 4000W capacity
- Outlets: (2) NEMA L6-30R and (2) NEMA L6-20R
- Simplify management with Network Management Card included
- Line interactive UPS
- 5U rackmount UPS
- 2-year APC warranty
- $150,000 Lifetime Equipment Protection Policy
Trusted Protection. Simplified Management. Perfect for Distributed IT.
Protect servers, switches, networking devices and point-of-sale equipment with the APC Smart-UPS 5000VA.
Save Time with Easy Monitoring and Management
Use APC PowerChute Business software to configure settings and monitor usage. A SmartSlot in the back of the UPS offers the option to add a Network Management Card (NMC) to remotely manage the UPS over the network (NMC included).
Rack-Tower Convertible for Easy Installation
The APC Smart-UPS SUA5000RMT5U easily converts between tower and rackmount installation, letting you choose the right setup for your individual needs and protecting your initial investment if you need to switch environments.
Protects Electronic Equipment from Power Disruptions
All four outlets on the Smart-UPS SUA5000RMT5U UPS shield your electronic equipment from brownouts, surges, and spikes in voltage that can permanently damage connected equipment. This 208V UPS offers reliable battery backup and protection to two devices with L6-20R plugs and two devices with L6-30R plugs. Automatic voltage regulation (AVR) adjusts high and low voltages to a safe level without forcing your UPS to go on battery, effectively ensuring your equipment has reliable power while preserving and maximizing the life of the internal battery.
Power-Saving Green Mode for High Efficiency Operation
The APC Smart-UPS SUA5000RMT5U UPS utilizes patent-pending Green Mode to keep your UPS operating at high efficiency without sacrificing power protection. The SUA5000RMT5U automatically enters and exits Green Mode based on the current power conditions, effectively ensuring your UPS is operating at the highest efficiency while saving power, reducing utility costs, and generating less heat.