The isolation transformer eliminates the physical path that electrical current can flow between two systems, yet still allowing them to exchange power.
A term used in electronics, audio, and electrical circuitry. Impedance is the general term for the ratio of voltage to current; it is measured in Ohms and is affected by both inductance and reactance in a circuit. It is similar to electrical resistance, in that it is a measure of the opposition to the flow of electricity. Impedance is meaningful only for alternating current (AC) circuits, and as a factor, changes value as the frequency of the electricity changes.
Ensures maximum durability and prolongs the life of the unit.
Provides durable casing to protect an FTTx/Telecom unit. Features vary by model.
Prolongs unit life with rugged casing made of impact-resistant material for maximum durability.
The voltage range when a UPS operates within normal mode and does not require battery power.