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Backup Power System, solar ready, featuring up to 200W Maximum continuous output and manageable charge controller with remote monitoring.
Choose from 2 configurations:
The UPSPro™ STL outdoor UPS systems are designed to provide up to 200 continuous watts of backup power. The controller provides load control to make sure the batteries don’t over-discharge. This greatly extends the life of the batteries. The load output is also regulated to be sure that the voltage doesn’t exceed the maximum voltage allowed by the load. The system is powered from 115VAC or 230VAC power. In case of power failure, the transition to battery power is seamless and automatic. Recovery is automatic. Systems are available without batteries to save on international shipping costs.
The systems feature a state-of-the-art manageable, temp compensated, MPPT battery charge controller with integrated monitoring/control and 7 port gigabit PoE switch. The controller is powered by a 65V 1200W AC to DC power supply.
The vented weatherproof enclosures have generous space available inside for mounting customer equipment. A 19” 1U rackmount feature is integral to the enclosure as are multiple DIN Rail mounts. The enclosure has security latches that can be secured using a customer supplied padlock. There are three cable gland ports for CAT5 cable, solar and other cabling. There is a thermostatically controlled fan that automatically turns on when the temperature exceeds 45°C. The included bracket kit allows for the enclosure to be pole mounted or wall mounted. The systems are rated to operate over a wide temperature range of -30°C to +60°C.
There are two system configurations available: 48V 50Ah (2400VA) and 48V 100Ah (4800VA) Battery. Batteries are a Non-Spillable Valve Regulated Sealed Lead Acid Advance Glass Matt (AGM) type which have excellent temperature and deep discharge performance. Expected battery life exceeds 5 years.
Equipment runs on battery power which isolates it from power line surges which is a main cause of outdoor equipment failure.