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Tripp Lite SU6000RT4UTF 6000VA 5400W UPS Smart Online Rackmount 6kVA PDU 208/240/120V 6U

Item #: TRL-SU6000RT4UTF MFG #: SU6000RT4UTF

Tripp Lite SU6000RT4UTF 6000VA 5400W UPS Smart Online Rackmount 6kVA PDU 208/240/120V 6U
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SU6000RT4UTF - Overview

Featuring true on-line operation with pure sine wave output, zero transfer time to battery and complete UPS replacement capability with no downtime, the SU6000RT4UTF provides the highest level of protection available for mission-critical equipment from all power problems. It converts incoming AC power to DC, and re-converts it back to filtered AC output with a pure sine wave, providing ultimate protection. The SU6000RT4UTF has a 6kVA/5400W capacity and 16 AC outlets (4 5-15R; 8 5-15/20R; 2 L6-20R; 2 L6-30R). Using the 2U transformer, the SU6000RT4UTF can support both low- and high-voltage equipment. With its detachable PDU, the SU6000RT4UTF is easily hot-swappable by a user of any skill set—no need for lengthy and expensive service calls, and no downtime if a repair or battery replacement is needed. In bypass mode, the PDU passes power to equipment without the use of the power and battery modules, allowing them to be removed while keeping your application in operation. 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 SU6000RT4UTF’s runtime can be expanded with external battery packs.The SU6000RT4UTF features a highly efficient (96%) economy mode setting that can significantly reduce a facility's energy costs by minimizing heat output, reducing cooling requirements and consuming less electricity.An LCD display with LED indicators enables IT personnel to monitor operating modes and conditions. The LCD/LED panel rotates for viewing in horizontal rack or vertical tower installations and includes an audible alarm that signals various conditions.The SU6000RT4UTF features a USB port and a DB9 port that, when used with Tripp Lite's included PowerAlert software, provide comprehensive network power monitoring and control. An optional SNMPWEBCARD accessory can enable the UPS to operate as an IP managed device.The unit requires only 6U of rack space in a standard rack enclosure and can be installed in a 2-post rack using the 2POSTRMKITHD accessory (2 required), or in a tower configuration with the 2-9USTAND accessory.The SU6000RT4UTF comes with $250,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance (U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico only) for connected equipment and a 2-year warranty.


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.
Please Note: 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.

SU6000RT4UTF - Required Accessories

    SU6000RT4UTF - Recommended Accessories

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