High temperature UPS includes 10-year-rated batteries

Falcon Electric’s new long-life battery and the unique design of its SSG Series Industrial-Grade UPS Plus product line combine to address a pain point of uninterruptible power supply use: battery maintenance. For environments with temperatures that typically exceed 40 °C — like a factory floor, a desert setting or any computer rack — the batteries are rated to last at lea...

12/01/2009


 

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Falcon Electric’s new long-life battery and the unique design of its SSG Series Industrial-Grade UPS Plus product line combine to address a pain point of uninterruptible power supply use: battery maintenance. For environments with temperatures that typically exceed 40 °C — like a factory floor, a desert setting or any computer rack — the batteries are rated to last at least twice the service life of standard five-year, 40 °C rated batteries. Available in models from 1.5 to 3 kVA and in 120 V ac and 230 V ac versions, the SSG Series can withstand elevated temperatures of up to 55% ability to shield the battery from heat, translate to a longer period between UPS maintenance cycles. www.falconups.com Falcon Electric





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