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UPS for Harsh Physical and Electrical Environments

UPS for Harsh Physical and Electrical Environments

   

Designed for worldwide deployment in harsh physical and electrical environments, Acumentrics' Rugged-UPS™ ACG3000 offers clean AC or DC power to protect communications and surveillance equipment from shutdowns or data loss.

The ACG3000 produces 3000VA/2400W of nominal 115 VAC output from an input range of 80 VAC to 265 VAC / 47 Hz to 440Hz. This wide voltage and frequency tolerance enables users to power-up with field generators in any international power standard to provide seamless active power-factor correction and clean, reliable AC power. What's more, this true on-line, double conversion uninterruptible power supply continually creates a pure sine wave AC output from a DC bus, protecting sensitive equipment from surges, spikes, brownouts, blackouts, and noise. Additionally, DC output options are available.

The unique Flo-thru™ heatsink design provides maximum cooling while sealing components from the damaging effects of water, airborne particles, and other contaminants in the operating environment. Lithium-Ion or low-maintenance, valve-regulated lead acid batteries are enclosed in a user replaceable battery pack for rapid, hot-swap field replacement. The Lithium-Ion pack offers a lighter weight energy source with longer shelf life and cycle life.

With a rated operating temperature range of -18°C to +50°C (0°F - 122°F), the ACG3000 is the product of choice for high power in extreme environments. It also meets accepted military standards for electromagnetic interference (MIL-STD 461-F), shock (MIL-S-901-D), and vibration (MIL-STD-810-G).

The microprocessor-controlled, ACG3000 is also equipped with a 9-pin communication port for user interface and remote monitoring. Optional features include: Transit case, Rackmount Kit, Extended Run Battery Pack, and Simple Network Management Protocol, an Internet-standard protocol for managing devices on IP networks.

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