Columbus, Ohio - An offline uninterruptible power supply (UPS) from Liebert Corp. is said to protect power with a feature set normally found only in more expensive systems.
The PowerSure PSP, available in models from 350 to 650 VA, provides at least four minutes of battery backup at full load. The UPS includes lightning and surge protection for up to six outlets and one data line. More specifically, the unit has four battery-backed UPS outlets and two surge-only outlets to completely protect almost any system and its peripherals.
An integrated transient-voltage suppression system protects against incoming surges and spikes. This supply provides data line surge suppression to protect modem, fax, network, digital subscriber line and other communications equipment from surges and spikes. Audible and visual alarms alert users to conditions that may lead to shutdown.
If an outage exceeds battery capacity, PowerSure PSP uses either a USB or serial connection for a controlled shutdown, said Tony Marrow, the PowerSure product manager, making the system suitable for applications with a mix of legacy and newer desktop systems. PowerSure PSP is certified by Microsoft Corp. for Windows XP and 2000 systems and by Apple Computer Inc. for its Macintosh OS X (version 10.2 or later).
PowerSure PSP pricing ranges from $128 to $228, depending on the model. It comes with a two-year warranty.
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