- 208-120V UPS protects high- and low-voltage equipment against damage from blackouts brownouts surges and line noise
- Zero transfer time between AC power and battery for uninterrupted operation
- 96% efficiency in economy mode uses less electricity and helps lower operating costs
- 2U step-down transformer supports power protection of both high- and low-voltage components
UPS battery backup keeps connected equipment operational through short power failures, and provides time to save data and perform an orderly system shutdown in case of a prolonged blackout. The internal battery set provides 11 minutes of support at half load and 3.5 minutes at full load. During normal operation, incoming utility power keeps the battery fully charged so backup power will be available when needed. For mission-critical applications demanding continuous uptime, the 208 to 120V UPS can provide expandable runtime with optional external battery packs, such as Tripp Lite's field-replaceable, hot-swappable BP192V12RT3UTAA (sold separately). A battery-independent restart ensures automatic UPS power-up after lengthy power outages, even with expired batteries.
Operating with a high 96% efficiency in optional economy mode, the SU5000RT4UTFTAA significantly reduces BTU heat output, cooling requirements and operating energy costs.
Front-panel LEDs indicate line power, online mode, economy/bypass mode, on-battery, charger and AC output status at a glance. The LCD readout with scroll controls supports visual monitoring of a variety of control options to support advanced UPS settings and configurations. The panel rotates for comfortable viewing in rack-mount or tower configuration.
Network-grade surge protection instantaneously safeguards connected components from the harmful effects of power surges. Various electrical and radio sources can also cause disruptive interference on the AC line, which can result in incremental hardware damage, data corruption and performance problems. By providing regulated, filtered, pure sine wave AC output, the SU5000RT4UTFTAA completely isolates connected equipment from disruptive line noise.
An accessory slot accommodates the optional Java-free HTML5-based WEBCARDLX interface (sold separately), which enables full remote access for site power and UPS status monitoring, configuration, control and email notifications via secure web browser, SNMP, telnet or SSH. It supports 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing for optimum communication with an Ethernet network. Automated alerts help prevent accidental overloads, power loss and downtime.
USB and DB9 ports (cables are included) enable data-saving unattended shutdown of connected systems when used with Tripp Lite's free downloadable PowerAlert software. Capabilities include detailed monitoring of load levels, self-test data and utility power conditions.
Hardware is included for mounting the 208 to 120V UPS system in 6U of space in an EIA-standard 19-inch 4-post rack. Use two optional 2POSTRMKITHD kits for 2-post rack mounting or the optional 2-9USTAND for mounting in an upright tower position.
The SU5000RT4UTFTAA is compliant with the Federal Trade Agreements Act (TAA) for GSA Schedule purchases.