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Protect your equipment from blackouts, downtime, surges and more with XtremePower UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply). Online and Line Interactive UPSs are available. Talk to a power expert at power@rackmountsolutions.net.



NXRT On Line UPS
NXRT UPS Series
NXRT Series
Online UPS protection for critical business servers, telecommunications, and applications requiring long battery runtimes. The NXRT delivers online, double conversion technology in a multi form factor which allows the UPS to fit into any network application.
XVT Line Interactive UPS
XVT UPS Series
XVT Series
Tower Line-Interactive UPS includes a
2 year electronics warranty.

Available in 600VA, 800VA,
1200VA and 1500VA
XVRT-1500VA
XVRT UPS Series
XVRT Series
Rack / Tower Line-Interactive UPS includes a 3 year warranty and internal batteries.

Available in 1000VA, 1500VA,
2200VA and 3000VA

True On-line/Extended Runtime UPS
Applications: Workstations, PBX Systems, Network Servers, Internetworking, Telecom Equipment, Phone Systems, Security Systems and Other Critical Devices.

On-line UPSs provide the highest quality of power protection by using a double-conversion technique. The UPS takes the incoming A/C power and recreates it by converting the voltage to D/C, then conditioning the power to eliminate noise, sags, or surges, and, finally, converting it back to A/C before it exists the UPS. Since the power runs continuously through the inverter, there is no transfer or switching time to battery mode in the event of a blackout.
Line-Interactive UPS
Applications: Small to large PCs, Key and PBX Systems, Servers, Phone Systems, Networking Equipment, Rackmount Servers and Workstations.

Just like the standby units, line-interactive UPSs provide protection from spikes and surges, as well as supplying auxiliary power if a voltage sag or a blackout occurs. Unlike the standby units, line-interactive UPSs provide automatic voltage boost when the power dips, without accessing the batteries. This feature provides continuous lined conditioning, promotes longer battery life, and eliminates electronic "noise" that can cause minor application errors and loss of data.

Line-Interactive UPS systems provide full protection from surges and sags without going to batteries thereby increasing battery life for blackout conditions. The unit interacts with the utility line to regulate small changes in voltage. Minor voltage fluctuations are raised or lowered by the AVR function of the UPS.
Glossary of UPS Terms
AC CURRENT (ALTERNATING CURRENT)
Electric power from utility mains – “the power from the plug” – is AC current. Alternating current or voltage reverses its direction of flow at regular intervals and has alternately positive and negative values, the average of which over a period of time is zero. In the Americas, AC current is 120 volts. In Europe, Asia and the Pacific, AC current is 220 volts.

AMPERE
The unit of measurement of electric current; the unit current produced in a circuit by one Volt applied across a resistance of one Ohm. To convert amps to watts.

BLACKOUT
Total loss of power from the utility mains. Usually caused by an emergency forced outage or other fault in the power generation /transmission/ distribution system in the area. Intentional load shedding by the utility if it does not have adequate power generation capability to satisfy demand can also cause blackouts.

DC CURRENT (DIRECT CURRENT)
Electric power from batteries is DC current, which is electric current or voltage that does not reverse direction.

DAISY-CHAINED BATTERY PACKS
External UPS battery packs that can be connected serially to one another to supply virtually unlimited runtime.

DOUBLE CONVERSION
A UPS technology in which the UPS takes the incoming AC sinewave and recreates it by first converting the AC voltage to DC, conditioning the power to eliminate any noise, harmonics, sags, or surges, and then converting the DC power back to AC before it exits the UPS to the protected load.

EMI/RFI INTERFERENCE
Distortions of electric power caused by nearby equipment or machinery running on the same power circuit. Also called noise or harmonics. Can corrupt computer networks and other sensitive electronic equipment and cause “glitches.”

EXTENDED RUNTIME
A UPS that is specifically configured to accept daisy-chained battery packs that permit virtually unlimited runtime.

FULL-LOAD
When sizing UPS equipment and determining runtime, a full-load is equipment with power consumption equal to the total capacity of the UPS attached to it.

HALF-LOAD
When sizing UPS equipment and determining runtime, a half-load is equipment with power consumption equal to half of the total capacity of the UPS attached to it.

HARMONICS
Distortions of electric power caused by nearby equipment or machinery running on the same power circuit. Also called noise electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI). Can corrupt computer networks and other sensitive electronic equipment and cause “glitches.”