UPS

The Synthesis family of UPS for emergency lighting applications from Chloride Systems is available in four capacity ratings, including 600 A, 1,500 A, and 2,000 A. The UPS uses double conversion continuous duty UPS technology. The series features an automatic battery monitoring system, main input and output circuit breakers, and remote communication capabilities.

03/01/2010


 

 

 

The Synthesis family of UPS for emergency lighting applications from Chloride Systems is available in four capacity ratings, including 600 A, 1,500 A, and 2,000 A. The UPS uses double conversion continuous duty UPS technology. The series features an automatic battery monitoring system, main input and output circuit breakers, and remote communication capabilities. The series is both UL 924 90 min. battery run time listed and UL 924 auxiliary lighting and power listed.

 

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