IP Pro Evolution
UPS systems below 1000 VA are available in two basic designs: line-interactive or double-conversion on-line. This paper describes the advantages and disadvantages of each topology and addresses some common misconceptions about real-world application requirements. Most of the factors that go into deciding which UPS to purchase are visible and easily understood: battery back-up time, cost, size, manufacturer, number of outlets, manageability, etc. But there are also less visible factors that are not so easy to understand. One of the least understood, yet most discussed, is topology. The topology (internal design) of a UPS affects how it will operate in various environments.
Line Interactive Technology with built-in AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator).
Coltd start support.
Shielded against voltage peaks and low (or) high voltages.
Audible alarms for low battery of UPS overload.
Wige input voltage range.
Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR).
Audible and visual alarms against lightning and surge.
Available with 13A and 16A outputs.
Delivered with USB port and shutdown software (auto-save and holds the PC).