Nominal Output Voltage 230V
Output Voltage Distortion Less than 5%
Load Crest Factor 3: 1
Topology Double Conversion Online
Waveform type Sine wave
Overload Operation 60 seconds @ 125% and 30 seconds @ 150%
Nominal Input Voltage 230V, 400V 3PH
Input frequency 40 – 70 Hz (auto sensing)
Input voltage range for main operations 160 – 280V
Input Total Harmonic Distortion Less than 5% for a full load
Maximum Input Current 115.0A
Input Power Factor at Full Load 0.98
Battery type Maintenance-free sealed Lead-Acid battery with suspended electrolyte: leakproof
Included Battery Modules 4
Typical recharge time 2.5hour(s)
Nominal Battery Voltage +/-192 V (split battery referenced to neutral)
Interface Port(s) DB-9 RS-232, RJ-45 10/100 Base-T, Smart-Slot
Control panel Multi-function LCD status and control console
Audible Alarm Audible and visible alarms: configurable delays
Emergency Power Off (EPO) Yes
1 Year Warranty
APC Smart-UPS RT
Ensures clean, uninterrupted power to protected equipment while batteries are being replaced
Automatic restart of loads after UPS shutdown
Automatically starts up the connected equipment upon the return of utility power.
Temperature-compensated battery charging
Prolongs battery life by regulating the charge voltage according to battery temperature.
Automatic internal bypass
Supplies utility power to the connected loads in the event of a UPS power overload or fault.
LED status indicators
Quickly understand unit and power status with visual indicators.
Provides remote power management of the UPS over the network.
InfraStruXure Manager Compatible
Enables centralized management via the APC InfraStruXure Manager.
Customize UPS capabilities with management cards.
Provides management of the UPS via a serial port.
Protects the initial investment in the UPS when migrating from tower to rack-mount environment.
Flash upgradeable firmware
Install maintenance releases of firmware remotely using FTP.
Plug-and-Play external batteries
Ensures clean, uninterrupted power to the loads when adding extra runtime to the UPS.
Predictive failure notification
Provides early-warning fault analysis ensuring proactive component replacement.
Disconnected battery notification
Warns when a battery is not available to provide backup power.
Increases availability by allowing a trained user to perform upgrades and replacements of the batteries reducing Mean Time to Repair (MTTR)
Periodic battery self-test ensures early detection of a battery that needs to be replaced.
Provides notification of changing utility power and UPS power conditions
Input power factor correction
Minimizes installation costs by enabling the use of smaller generators and cabling.
Ensures clean, uninterrupted power to protected equipment when generator power is used.
Provides temporary battery power when the utility power is out.