In normal operating mode, the load is powered from the mains through an AVR (Auto Voltage Regulator) circuit. This device corrects voltage variations within its capacity for regulation, returning the voltage to its default values. When the variations in the power supply are not within the capacity for regulation of the AVR circuit, the inverter intervenes and through the stored energy in its batteries it ensures the continuity and quality of the power supply. The transition from stabilized mains to inverter supply takes place in about 2-4 ms and the voltage generated by the inverter can be of a sinusoidal type or step-wave (square-wave) type depending on the UPS model.
The VISION RACK series includes models from 800 VA to 1100 VA.The UPS provides a digital sine wave output supply and with its advanced communications and connectivity options, is the ideal solution for the protection of critical loads – floor … Read More
The NetPower series includes the 600-2000VA models and uses digital Line Interactive (VI) technology.The load is powered from the mains through an AVR to stabilize brownout, sag and surge voltages, and EMI filters to suppress spikes and transients. When the … Read More
The Vision Dual series (tower and rack) includes models from 1100 VA to 3000 VA. The Vision Dual series, for its connectivity and advanced communications, is the ideal solution for the most demanding customers who require a power supply system … Read More
The Vision range is available in models from 800 VA to 2000 VA with sinusoidal digital technology. The Vision range, with its advanced communications and connectivity options, is the ideal solution for installations requiring superior protection and versatility in the … Read More
Wi-fi Dongle Wifi Network card The Netman 204 card provides reliable communication between the UPS and its management systems over LAN 10/100 Mb, utilising the main network communication protocols (TCP / IP, HTTP and SNMP), industrial protocols MODBUS / TCP … Read More