No. Our medical-grade UPS units are designed and certified to meet UL 60601-1 requirements for use within patient care vicinities for non-critical care equipment. They have not been designed or certified for use with life support or other critical care equipment and should not be used for that purpose.
Those are circuit breakers. If one of the circuits were to be tripped, that button would be sticking out significantly farther than normal and would need to be pushed back in to reset the circuit.
An isolation transformer removes the physical path that current can flow on between two systems while still allowing them to exchange power. This enhances UPS performance and safety by suppressing electrical line noise and lowering the potential current on the UPS’s metal chassis.
The USB/Serial ports allow you to connect your UPS system to a computer and access additional power management features using our PowerPanel Business software. Note: PowerPanel Business must be installed on the connected computer. View the Downloads tab for additional information.
The green dots indicate that the UPS outlets and plug are certified as hospital-grade and may be used within patient-care vicinities.
A medical-grade UPS system has been tested to meet UL listing 60601-1 standards. These standards ensure the UPS system meets all designated feature and safety protections required for use within patient-care vicinities.
Our sealed LCD panels include a clear, spray-resistant membrane. This membrane eliminates vulnerable gaps that exist between buttons and around the LCD screen insert. Custodial staff can spray, wipe down and repeatedly clean our sealed LCD screens without risking internal liquid damage.
“Critical Load” (CL) tends to refer to desktop computers or servers which require safe shutdown during the event of power failure. “Non-Critical Load” outlets refers to redundant equipment such as monitors or other peripherals and should be connected to the NCL outlets to be powered off early in order to save additional battery runtime for […]
Yes, all switched metered-by-outlet PDUs also monitor and display input/circuit power readings.
Install and run the power device network utility software. Once open, click on the underlined IP address to login. Once logged in, click on the System tab and select Network Service. On the next screen double click your PDU’s MAC address. This will direct you to the Device Setup screen so you can set a […]
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For PDUs with a display screen: Press and hold the select button for a few seconds. Once “IP” appears on the display screen, release the button. Your unit will then display the IP address in a sequence of four groups. For example, the IP address 192.168.20.177 would begin by showing 192, then 168, the 20 […]