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Tripp Lite 3000VA UPS Smart Online Rack Tower PureSine 3kVA Extended Run (9) Outlet

  • Tripp Lite
  • 6222982
  • SU3000RTXR3U
  • Partial Quantity Available
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On-line, double-conversion, sine wave UPS with extended runtime and 3U rack/tower configuration.
Ordering Information
  • Provides 120V 2400watt(s), 3000VA power
  • Surge Suppression is Standard
  • Connector(s): Power NEMA 5-20 (F), Power NEMA L5-30 (F), Power NEMA 5-15
  • 9 Outlets
  • 12 minute(s) Battery Runtime at Full Load
  • Attributes include Automatic voltage regulation (AVR), RJ-11 line protection, RJ-45 line protection
This 3000VA high power density on-line, double-conversion UPS system is designed for critical server, network and telecommunications equipment. It actively converts raw incoming AC power to DC, then re-converts output back to completely regulated, filtered AC output. It operates continuously without using battery power during brownouts to 65V and overvoltages to 138V, with zero transfer time between AC and battery operation.

It also features network management interfaces that support simultaneous communications via USB port, DB9 serial port and SNMPWEBCARD slot (card sold separately). The HID compliant USB interface enables full integration with built-in power management and auto shutdown features of Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. The SmartOnline 3000VA supports simultaneous detailed monitoring of equipment load levels, self-test data and mains power conditions via all 3 network interfaces at once. It also removes harmonic distortion, fast electrical impulses, frequency variations and other hard to solve power problems not addressed by other UPS types.

The SmartOnline 3000VA is ideal for protection of critical 120V equipment in server rooms, internetworking closets and telecommunications systems in rackmount or tower applications. Common applications include corporate or departmental servers, workstations, hubs, routers, bridges, CAD/CAM workstations, concentrators, IP telephony and traditional PBX switching systems.