Uninterruptible power supply that withstands temperatures to 65 C introduced by Falcon Electric

IRWINDALE, Calif., 25 Nov. 2010. Falcon Electric Inc. in Irwindale, Calif., is introducing the SSG-RP series ultra-wide-temperature uninterruptible power supply (UPS), with models from 1 to 3 kilovolt amperes. The GSS-RP UPS is designed to operate in temperatures from 30 to 65 degrees Celsius in protected locations where temperature control is a problem. The power electronics device has a high-temperature light-emitting diode (LED) display and Cyclone batteries with wide operational temperature ranges.

Nov 25th, 2010
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IRWINDALE, Calif., 25 Nov. 2010. Falcon Electric Inc. in Irwindale, Calif., is introducing the SSG-RP series ultra-wide-temperature rugged uninterruptible power supply (UPS), with models from 1 to 3 kilovolt amperes. The GSS-RP UPS is designed to operate in temperatures from 30 to 65 degrees Celsius in protected locations where temperature control is a problem.

The power electronics device has a high-temperature light-emitting diode (LED) display and Cyclone batteries with wide operational temperature ranges. The GSS-RP batteries are packaged in a separate 2U enclosure and can be swapped in while the UPS is still in use. The batteries have a projected 10-year service life when installed at room temperature, and a projected one-year life when installed in a location with ambient heat at 55 C.

The GSS-RP provides clean, tightly regulated, sinewave output power even when operating from a dirty incoming AC power source. For unattended OS shutdown and monitoring of the UPS system, Falcon's UPSilon shutdown and management software supports Windows, Novell NetWare 5 & 6, Linux, and FreeBSD. UPSilon for UNIX is available.

For remote monitoring and management, an optional USHA SNMP/HTTP agent board is available that provides a TCP-IP addressable, 10/100 Ethernet communication node. The USHA supports IPv4, IPv6, SNMPv3, and RADIUS. For more information contact Falcon Electric online at www.falconups.com.

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