Tripp Lite SMART500RT1UTAA Line-Interactive UPS

Tripp Lite SMART500RT1UTAA

SKU
Tripp Lite SMART500RT1UTAA
$519.00
Product Overview
Tripp Lite SMART500RT1UTAA TAA-Compliant SmartPro 120V 500VA 300W Line-Interactive UPS, 1U Rack/Vertical, Network Card Options, USB, DB9 Serial
Product Overview
Tripp Lite's SMART500RT1UTAA intelligent, line-interactive rack/tower uninterruptible power supply prevents data loss, downtime and equipment damage due to power outages, voltage fluctuations and transient surges. Requires only one rack space (1U) in a 2 or 4 post rack, with included accessories for upright tower placement. Large internal batteries offer 14.6 minutes half load runtime and 3.2 minutes at full load. Maintains regulated 120V nominal output without using battery power during brownouts as low as 90V. 500VA/300 watt power handling capability is compatible with networking, telecom and other sensitive electronic applications. Includes 6 UPS supported outlets with a single outlet load bank that can be individually controlled via software interface to reboot select equipment on demand or shed less significant loads to extend battery runtime for more critical equipment. Includes 1 surge-only outlet for peripherals not requiring battery backup.

Supports simultaneous remote monitoring of UPS and site power conditions via built-in USB and DB9 monitoring ports. Includes PowerAlert UPS monitoring and unattended shutdown software with complete cabling. Built-in accessory slot supports SNMP with optional SNMPWEBCARD adapter. Emergency Power Off (EPO) interface offers option for instantaneous power-off of UPS and connected equipment in the case of fire or emergency situation. Multi-function audible alarms and set of 5 front panel LEDs offer at-a-glance notification of UPS and line power status. Network-grade AC surge suppression protects equipment from damage and performance problems resulting from transient surges and line noise. Attractive all-black color scheme.

Main Features
Federal Trade Agreements Act / TAA compliant for GSA schedule purchases
500VA line-interactive 1U rack/tower UPS
120V nominal output during brownouts as low as 90V
USB, RS232, EPO and optional SNMP/Web card are available for simultaneous use
Front panel status LEDs; 1 switched output load bank
NEMA 5-15P input; 7 NEMA 5-15R outlets

General Information
Name: Tripp Lite SMART500RT1UTAA TAA-Compliant SmartPro 120V 500VA 300W Line-Interactive UPS, 1U Rack/Vertical, Network Card Options, USB, DB9 Serial, Tripp Lite by Eaton, Tripp Lite by Eaton
Category: Tripp Lite by Eaton, Data Comm & Networking, Power Products, UPS




Chapters



Dome & Book

1 - The Smart Way to Shop for Security Cameras
Many consumers are more confused at the end of shopping for a security solution than when they started. (video)



2 - Choosing the Right Technology
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3 - Industry Warranty's Indicate Quality
A security camera's warranty is a good indication of its quality and how long you should expect it to last. Warranties range from 1 to 10 years. Know the warranty before you buy! (video)



PTZ & Book

4 - The Pro's Golden Rules
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5 - Understanding Resolution & Frame Rates
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6 - Camera System Components
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7 - Best Camera Locations & Heights
Learn recommended camera fields of view, installation locations and heights for best coverage. Your design should be flexible while following these best practices.



8 - Selecting the Right Camera & Mount
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9 - Video Recorders & Best Locations
How to select the right security NVR (network video recorder) for your application. Learn the best locations for video surveillance recorders.



10 - Video Storage, Hard Drives & Cloud
Use our storage calculator to find out how big of a hard drive you need. Learn how to expand storage, protect against theft and what cloud options we offer. (video)

Phone & Book

11 - PoE Units & How to Use Them
PoE units make installation more cost effective and provide flexible system design options. Learn what they are and how to use them.



12 - Wire & Cable - Alternative Transmission Options
Learn how to wire a system, plan cable runs and design efficiently. If the camera installation is difficult, our wireless transmission options will solve the problem. (video)



13 - Business System Design
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Plate & Book

14 - Home System Design
Learn how to design an effective home security camera system to secure your home, assets and family. Monitor your home remotely from anywhere. (video)



15 - Interior Camera Placement
Learn how to effectively locate security cameras inside of your home or business for the best coverage while maintaining privacy.



16 - DIY Installation or Pro Install - You Choose!
Most of our customers install the system themselves with our expert factory support, but you may want that clean professional installation completed by a pro. We support both options nationwide and you choose which you prefer. (video)

Cable & Book

17 - Live & Remote Viewing with Alerts
You choose how you interface with our state-of-the-art-systems. All options are available and any combination of viewing options can be used: direct connect monitors, personal computers, tablets and smart phones - Super fast, clear and no monthly fees.



18 - Customizing Kits - Sending Quotes - Financing
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19 - ProVue vs. Cyber Secure - Feature Comparison
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20 - Become Certified Design Consultant
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HDD & Book

Custom Kit Builder
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Hard Drive Calculator
Use our video storage calculator to determine the size of the hard drive you need based on the number of cameras and the desired storage days.



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Industry News & Events




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