Powerware Eaton FERRUPS
The Eaton Powerware Best Ferrups UPS System (Uninterruptible Power Supply) are available in 500VA, 700va, 850va, 1.15kva, 1.4kva, 1.8kva, 2.1KVA, 3.1KVA, 4.3KVA, 5.3KVA, 7KVA, 10KVA, 12.5KVA and 18KVA. This is the FE500, FE700, FE800, FE1.15, FE1.4, FE1.8, FE2.1, FE3.1, FE4.3, FE5, FE7, FE10, FE12.5, FE18
We can incorporate this UPS backup in our Dual Room Analytical buildings to provide clean, uninterruptible power for your systems.
The FERRUPS models are widely acclaimed for their unparalleled dependability in virtually any kind of application. This is especially the case when it comes to appropriately configuring power protection for many computer and telecommunications equipment. These one of a kind products, integrate the patented ferroresonant technology, enabling them to deliver ‘bulletproof’ power protection. This allows them to effortlessly withstand spikes, surges, sags and even lightning strikes. Let us now take a closer look at some of the most notable features of FERRUPS UPS System.
Eaton’s exclusive SineSense technology and comprehensive configurability options
The Eaton FERRUPS line of UPS products are able to offer clean, reliable power and still conserve their batteries in the event of power outages, thanks to integrating the SineSense technology. Additionally, users are presented with a wide range of options in terms of effectively configuring them to suit their unique requirements.
This naturally makes these products the very best solutions in meeting varying voltage, frequencies, run times, receptacles and even power cords needs. Furthermore, they can do away with back-feed of harmonic power currents into a building structures electrical wiring, an effect that can disrupt most computer operations.
Redundant power paths and galvanic isolation
The Eaton FERRUPS UPS series makes use of redundant power paths. This guarantees optimal fault tolerance as well as maximum uptime for the systems that are plugged to them. At the same time Eaton FERRUPS products incorporate what is known as ‘galvanic isolation’ technology. This permits them to conveniently separate power output and input, which can efficiently filter out line noise and surges as well.