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Orange, CA - March 5, 2015 - IntelliPower, Inc., a leader in the design and manufacturing of rugged uninterruptible power systems (UPS) and conversion products for demanding environments is excited to present one of its most multi-functional UPS products to date.

This system combines six building block technologies & design strategies – wide range input, dual output, rugged electromechanical construction, hot swap battery capability, dual communications protocol support, and adherence to military standards – resulting in the pinnacle of 1400 Watt UPS versatility within a rugged 2U, 27” deep rack mountable enclosure.  Adapters, input tolerances and output types account for all common global alternating current line and load specifications.  In addition, each unit supports two types of battery technology and two types of communications protocol.

Plug in to grid or generator power worldwide at input voltages between 85 and 265 Volts AC and input frequencies between 45 and 65 Hz.  Input power is corrected to a factor near unity, 0.99.   Isolated and conditioned power is available to loads requiring 120 or 240 Volts AC.  Upon overloads at a given threshold, the unit shuts down.  A hot swap battery drawer containing the power backup battery array enables easy drawer replacement or battery technology type change outs.  Battery array configurations containing light weight, long run-time lithium iron phosphate or low cost, lead acid chemistry are both accepted.  Local panel human-machine interface (HMI) is available via a rugged panel display.    For local or wide area Ethernet networks, an 8P8C, RJ-45 Ethernet jack interfaces managing computers with the unit over simple network management protocol (SNMP).  Also available is serial, RS-232, protocol via a DE-9 D-subminiature connector.  Additional remote monitoring and control is available via included system management applications.           

Reliable performance is expected in demanding global climates with temperatures ranging from minus 20 to plus 50 degrees Celsius (-4 to 122 degrees Fahrenheit).  Vibration and shock effects are mitigated through lock-tight hardware, subcomponent spacing and rugged steel enclosures respectively.  To reduce radiated EMI, each cooling fan intake and exhaust is equipped with nickel plated beryllium copper (BeCu) hexagonal filters.  System and subsystem design conforms to IntelliPower’s building block methodology supporting environment and power hazard protection design strategies drawing from adherence to military standards and over 26 years of proven success in the field.