The SU2200RTXLCDN SmartOnline® 120V 2.2kVA 1.8kW On-Line Double-Conversion UPS provides battery backup and AC power protection against blackouts, brownouts, power surges and line noise that can damage electronics or destroy data. It converts AC input to DC power, and then converts DC to fully regulated sine wave AC output with +/-2% voltage regulation in online and battery modes.
Featuring six NEMA 5-15/20R outlets in two switchable numbered load backs, as well as one L5-20R outlet and a 5-20P input, the SU2200RTXLCDN has an internal battery that provides 12 minutes of support at half load and four minutes at full load. Adding external battery packs, such as BP48V24-2U (sold separately), provides extended runtime.
The Java-free HTML5-based WEBCARDLX interface enables full remote access for site power and UPS status monitoring, configuration, control and email notifications via secure web browser, SNMP, telnet or SSH. It supports 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing for optimum communication with an Ethernet network. Optional EnviroSense2 modules (sold separately) provide a variety of environmental monitoring capabilities. Protocols supported include HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP, SNMPv1, SNMPv2, SNMPv3, telnet, SSH, FTP, DHCP and NTP.
EMI/RFI noise filtering improves your equipment's performance and prevents damage. A 570-joule surge suppression rating protects your equipment from harmful power surges.
Zero transfer time suitable for advanced network applications
2% output voltage regulation in online and battery modes
Expandable runtime with optional external battery packs
SNMPWEBCARD comes pre-installed
12 min. runtime at half load; 4 min. at full load
Name: Tripp Lite SU2200RTXLCDN SmartOnline Double-Conversion UPS Tower with WEBCARDLX Network Interface, 1.8kW, 120V, 2.2kVA, 2U, Tripp Lite by Eaton, Tripp Lite by Eaton
Category: Tripp Lite by Eaton, Batteries & Power Supplies, Power Management, UPS
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