UPS for fire system installation

Ensure continuous power during fire systems installations with the HP-ULM series, HP-ACM series, and the HP-ULPD series from Honeywell. These power supplies support fire system installations requiring constant power, such as fire door locks, elevator recall, and magnetic door holders. The power supplies deliver 2.

01/01/2008


Ensure continuous power during fire systems installations with the HP-ULM series, HP-ACM series, and the HP-ULPD series from Honeywell. These power supplies support fire system installations requiring constant power, such as fire door locks, elevator recall, and magnetic door holders. The power supplies deliver 2.5, 4, or 6 amp of continuous power to fire alarm system accessories. Each unit features electronically regulated and field selectable 12 or 24 VDC output and an automatic switchover to standby battery should AC power fail.

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