High-temperature UPS series

The SSG Series Industrial UPS and SSG-RP Series High Temperature UPS series by Falcon Electric are designed to bring power protection to rugged, harsh environmental locations and temperatures.

03/04/2014


The SSG Series Industrial UPS and SSG-RP Series High Temperature UPS series by Falcon Electric are designed to bring power protection to rugged, harsh environmental locations and temperatures. Courtesy: Falcon ElectricFalcon Electric's SSG Series Industrial UPS and SSG-RP Series High Temperature UPS product families are designed to bring power protection to demanding applications - especially those in rugged, harsh environmental locations. The SSG units are UL and cUL listed as well as CE certified to operate from -20°C to 55°C (SSG UPS) and -30°C to 65°C (SSG-RP UPS). They've also achieved UL 508 listing for industrial control panels.

These double-conversion on-line UPSs deliver continuous, clean power required by sensitive microprocessor-based equipment, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), variable frequency drives (VFDs) and computer networks.

For increased system uptime, the UPS's internal hot-swappable batteries feature an operational temperature range of -40°C to 80°C, far in excess of the maximum 65°C UPS specification. The batteries have a 10-year service life rating when operated in a normal ambient temperature environment of 25°C.

Falcon Electric, Inc.

www.FalconUPS.com

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