Do you need to protect medium- to large-size servers, networking equipment and telecom systems against data loss, downtime and equipment damage due to power outages, voltage fluctuations and transient surges? Tripp Lite’s SU3000XLCD SmartOnline Tower UPS System is the solution! Featuring a 3000VA/2700W capacity and true on-line operation with pure sine wave output and zero transfer time to battery, it provides the highest level of power protection for mission-critical equipment. The SU3000XLCD’s large internal battery set supports connected equipment during blackouts, and runtime is expandable with optional external battery packs (Tripp Lite model BP72V15-2U or BP72V28RT-3U), sold separately. The SU3000XLCD has 9 AC outlets (8 5-15/20R, 1 L5-30R), including 2 load banks of 3 outlets each that are individually controllable to reboot select equipment on demand or maximize battery runtime for mission-critical equipment. USB and DB9 communication ports support messaging of detailed UPS operational parameters and line power status. Included PowerAlert power management software supports an unlimited number of network UPS systems. The SU3000XLCD also accepts an optional SNMPWEBCARD accessory that enables the UPS to operate as a managed device on the network. It comes backed by a 2-year warranty and $250,000 of Ultimate Lifetime Insurance.
What does Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) mean?
An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) provides nearly instantaneous power when the main utility power source fails, allowing either time for power to return or for the user to shut down the system or equipment normally by closing running computer system applications and using the operating system to shut down the system. The user has between five and 15 minutes to shut down a system normally or bring an auxiliary power source online to restore the power supply. In addition, most UPS systems also work to address power source electrical surges, sag voltage, voltage spikes, frequency instability, noise interference or harmonic distortion from the ideal sinusoidal wave form. If you're concerned about power failures, especially if you've lost work on your computer due to power outages in the past, you should buy a UPS. A UPS combines a surge suppressor with a big battery, and has special circuitry that detects a power failure and quickly switches over to run your equipment on its battery. The sole purpose of a UPS is to give you a few minutes at the start of a power failure to do two things:
-Save your work, and
-Shut down your computer.
A UPS is not designed to let you continue to use your computer for hours and hours until the power comes back on. If properly chosen, a UPS will give you 5 to 10 minutes (possibly more) to Save and do an orderly Shutdown.