Middle Atlantic Products UPS

Middle Atlantic Products has introduced a new line of UPS systems.
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Middle Atlantic Products UPS

Apr 15, 2011 10:59 AM

Middle Atlantic Products has introduced a new line of UPS systems that provide individual outlet control, both remotely via RS-232 and IP, and locally using Middle Atlantic Power Manager, a web-based interface for local monitoring and control. This system allows users to control each of the eight outlets independently. This capability allows users to restrict unauthorized use of outlets for additional security, and when integrated with a control system via RS-232, can support up to eight-stage sequencing in any combination, with any delay; no separate sequencer is necessary. The Middle Atlantic Products UPS also features Pure Sine Wave technology and a sliding rear rack mount. In the event of a power outage or extreme over/under voltage occurrence, the system’s AVR capability ensures a continuous 120V output and the Pure Sine Wave technology minimizes harmonic distortion and line noise. Price: NA

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