External Battery Pack Gives Your Compatible Tripp Lite UPS System Extended Runtime
The BP36V27-2US is compatible only with select 36V DC Tripp Lite UPS systems that specify the use of this battery pack. Not only does it provide extended runtime, but it can also be daisy-chained using its rear connector to additional external battery packs for even longer extended-run operation. Heavy-gauge cabling with high-current two-point DC connector is included for simple installation. Optional-use rear-panel battery detection jacks automatically configure host UPS systems supporting this feature for one or more external battery packs.
Versatile Installation Options Allow You to Place the Battery Where Most Needed
The steel housing supports mounting in 2U of space in EIA-standard 19-inch racks using the included 4-post rack-mounting brackets. The BP36V27-2US is also compatible with Tripp Lite's 2-9USTAND for upright tower configuration, 2POSTRMKITWM for 2-post racks or wall installation and UPDHDEARKIT for 2-point front-rail rack installation without rear supports (all accessories sold separately).
The BP36V27-2US is backed by a 2-year warranty, ensuring reliability and performance.
Extends the runtime of expandable 36V DC Tripp Lite UPS Systems
Included daisychain connector supports the addition of multiple compatible external battery packs
Supports 2U rackmount installation; 4 post installation accessories included
Options for 2 post rackmount, tower and wallmount installation available
Name: Tripp Lite BP36V27-2US 36V External Battery Pack for Select Tripp Lite UPS Systems, 2U Rack/tower, Tripp Lite by Eaton, Tripp Lite by Eaton
Category: Tripp Lite by Eaton, Batteries & Power Supplies, Batteries & Battery Packs, Batteries
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