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Socomec NeTYS PE 1500VA Tower LCD UPS - 012.008.1500

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The NeTYS PE 1500VA is line Interactive and the ideal way to protect IT applications at home, the office, or in retail environments. Perfect for CAD and graphics workstations, multimedia peripherals, LCD screens, monitors and Point of Sale systems. This unit provides 55 minutes of back-up time, see the Technical Data sheet below for details on the differences between each model. Features Cost-effective way to protect SOHO or POS applications. Easy to use control panel with graphical LCD/LED monitor. Protect from network power cuts and voltage fluctuations. Integrated AVR to stabilise output voltage, avoid drops when switching to battery. Simple connection: IEC 320 sockets for IT peripherals. Integrated NTP protection for LAN/ADSL connection against the risk of data line overvoltage. Specs Quasi Sinewave. 1500VA. Tower only. USB comm's port and cable. Local View free software. Data line protection ports. 2 x 3 pin Aust output sockets. Includes 3 pin Australian input cord. Connections 1. Output sockets2. USB port3. Mains input cable4. Circuit breaker5. NTP data line suppressor6. Fan  Control panel   1. Alarm2. Operation with battery3. Normal operation4. On / Off5. Load present6. Load level (5 steps)7. General Alarm8. Battery fault / Replace the battery9. Overload10. Battery capacity11. Normal mode / Battery mode (flashing)12. Automatic Voltage / Regulation active Technical data   Sn [kVA] 650 VA 800 VA 1000 VA 1500 VA 2000 VA Pn [kW] (0 °C ÷ 35 °C) 360 W 480 W 600 W 900W 1200W Input / output 1/1 Input   Mains voltage 177 V - 290 V Rated frequency 50 / 60 Hz with automatic selection Mains connection Cable with plug Output   Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) • • • • • Rated voltage 230 V ±10% Rated frequency 50/60 Hz Wave form Step wave Protection Overload, significant discharge and short circuit Sockets...

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