The SMX1500LCD SmartPro 230V 1.5kVA 900W Line-Interactive UPS provides battery backup and AC power protection against blackouts, brownouts, power surges and line noise that can damage electronics or destroy data. Ideal for backing up home/office workstations, point-of-sale applications, VoIP systems and small business networks, the SMX1500LCD switches to battery mode in milliseconds to keep your connected equipment running long enough to save files and shut down safely with no data loss.
Featuring eight IEC-320-C13 outlets and a C14 inlet that accepts a user-supplied AC power cord, the SMX1500LCD has a user-replaceable internal battery that provides 12 minutes of support at half load and 4.5 minutes at full load. It can also power an entry-level PC up to 60 minutes or a single DVR/VCR component up to three hours. A front-panel LCD screen lets you monitor operating data, such as voltage, battery and overload statuses.
Automatic voltage regulation (AVR) maintains 230V nominal output over an input range of 144V to 282V without using battery power. EMI/RFI noise filtering improves your equipment's performance and prevents damage. An 360-joule surge suppression rating protects your equipment from harmful power surges. USB communications port supports built-in power management and auto-shutdown features of Windows and Mac OS X or full featured monitoring and data-saving auto-shutdown options using Tripp Lite's free PowerAlert monitoring software.
Corrects under- and overvoltages from 144V to 282V
8 C13 outlets
Interactive LCD monitoring screen
Monitoring of power conditions via POWERALERT12
12 min. runtime at half load; 4.5 min. at full load
Name: Tripp Lite SMX1500LCD Line Interactive UPS Tower with LCD Display, 900W, 230V, 1500VA, 8 C13 Outlets, 2U, Tripp Lite by Eaton, Tripp Lite by Eaton
Category: Tripp Lite by Eaton, Data Comm & Networking, Power Products, UPS
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