What's new from: Invensys, Opti-UPS, Upsonic, Liebert, MGE-UPS, HP
- 23 July, 2003 11:00
Invensys Energy Systems
The Sola 330 UPS (400VA and 600VA) provides affordable power protection for PCs, computer peripherals and SOHO applications. Automatic voltage regulation allows users to ride out under and over voltages without draining the battery, to ensure battery backup is available when needed. The Sola 330 offers discharge, overcharge and overload protection, and features a built-in DC start function which enables the UPS to be started up without AC power supplied as well as automatic restart after a power failure. Compact in design, the Sola 330 comes with two Australian 10A output sockets for easy connection, Commander Pro shutdown software and communications cable, and a one-year warranty with optional extended warranty and service plans available. The Sola 330 is distributed in Australia by Tecksel, Alstom IT, BBF, Magnafield, Pioneer Computers and Alpha Computers.
RRP: $152 (400VA); $179 (600VA).
Small business and home users alike will soon discover that the new line of power protection products from Opti-UPS are not only cost-effective, but are also ripped with the kind of muscle that can handle most power problems. It offers special features such as a user-replaceable battery and user-friendly Opti-Extreme software. The PowerES-C is a line-interactive UPS, therefore it employs automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) technology to fight off fluctuating voltages. The circuit breaker on the back of the UPS is simply popped back in after a surge of power occurs, thus avoiding the hassle of having to replace a blown fuse. With 6-8 battery backup outlets available, along with Internet and phone line outlets, the PowerES-C unit is capable of protecting even more equipment from only one system. The Web-based Opti-Extreme software that is packaged with the PowerES-C units is able to support a wide range of operating systems and is equipped with multi-language capability covering nine languages. PowerES-C series will be available in Australia in August.
RRP: ES550C — $284; ES800C — $396; ES1000C — $586; ES1500C — $753.
The Upsonic Power LanSaver 3200 is the first of the new look black products, and initially will be available in tower format only. The microprocessor-based design, provides pure sine-wave output to 6 IEC style receptacles. Surge protection for phone lines is also supplied via in-built RJ11jacks. Upsilon 2000 software for Windows/Linux is bundled with the LS3200, as well as an IEC to 3-Pin Australian Socket adapter. A two-year Australia-wide replacement warranty (including batteries) is also included. The LanSaver 3200 will be available from August 1 through distributors.
RRP: $1400 (ex. GST).
Liebert has taken the features of the UPStation GXT series and crammed them into a smaller 2U size cabinet to create the UPStation GXT 2U. A true online UPS, GXT 2U includes power factor correction, internal batteries, frequency conversion, unlimited external battery connectability, and internal automatic/manual bypass capability. For maximum flexibility, the GXT 2U can be installed as a space-saving rack-mounted unit or a space-saving, free-standing tower. A Windows software program is included that allows the user to custom configure the GXT 2U to meet one’s individual needs. The UPStation GXT 2U features SNMPE3, Intellislot SNMP/Web Card and AS400 Card (relay contacts) compatibility. The device supports the TVSS standard and comes with a standard two-year warranty. The GXT 2U is distributed in Australia by Digiland, J.Mills Distribution, Proactive Solutions, SEMS, Power Quality Consultants, TecVic, Blackbox Network Services, ESI, BMS Technology.
RRP: 700VA — $1500 (ex. GST); 3KVA — $4000 (ex.GST).
MGE-UPS’ Pulsar Extreme 1500 VA to 3 kVA range of UPS devices provide high-performance power protection for servers, PC networks, Internet and telco applications. The Pulsar Extreme range features high-frequency continuous double-conversion (online) technology offering the highest level of protection against disturbances on the electrical distribution system, and 84 to 264 V input-voltage range without using batteries. It includes high availability features such as cold start on battery power, automatic bypass, manual bypass and hot-swap function for fast maintenance, and redundancy. CE, UL and TÜV/GS certified, the Pulsar Extreme range is available in tower or 19-inch rack versions. Contact MGE-UPS to locate your nearest distributor.
The HP UPS R3000 XR is a high power-density solution, designed for customers who want to provide power protection in space-constrained rack enterprise environments. This uninterruptible power system, R3000 XR, features a 2U, rackmount design offering up to 2700 watts of true power. The R3000 XR uses a unique transformer-less technology where high performance Digital Signal Processor (DSP) controllers replace bulky transformers.
Through this advanced technology, the R3000 XR offers several benefits including increased power efficiency and smaller footprint with less weight.
The HP UPS R3000 XR is available through HP’s national base of distributors. RRP: $3085 (inc. GST).
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