New Rackmount UPS Includes 4-Point Rail Kit

Line Interactive and True Online 120VAC Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS)
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PACIFIC, MO — Lowell Manufacturing Company, a U.S. manufacturer of professional AV products, announces the launching of a line of uninterruptible power supplies in both Line Interactive and True Online designs. Each UPS includes a four-point rackmount rail kit.


The UPS-8 Series provides Line Interactive power protection for AV electronics, servers, and network equipment, to protect critical equipment from power problems while supplying clean, reliable power. Models are available with power ratings from 1100VA to 3000VA.

The UPS-9 Series is a True Online design that delivers continuous pure sine wave AC power with no break when transferring to the battery. Models are available with power ratings from 1000VA to 3000VA.

Both series feature 2U models that offer highly efficient operation, hot swappable battery, and auto restart. A True Online version is also available in a compact 1U rackmount unit (1000VA/800W). 

 A variety of options are available including a two-port SNMP card, dry contact relay card, hardwired bypass module, and expansion battery packs for extended run times. Expansion battery packs also include a four-point rail kit. Specifications and user manuals can be downloaded from Lowell's website at

About Lowell Manufacturing

From its headquarters located southwest of St. Louis, Missouri, Lowell engineers and

manufactures rack, power and audio products for the professional AV, custom installation and

broadcast markets. Company history dates back to 1947 when founder Ben Lowell pioneered the idea of using a loudspeaker ceiling baffle to balance sound distribution throughout large spaces. Today the Lowell family continues to work with a highly experienced sales and engineering team to convey that same spirit of innovation in developing high performance, value-based products for the professional sound and communications industry.




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