Tripp Lite Ups Smart Online 750Va 675W Rackmount 100V-120V Lcd Usb Db9 2Urm Rt - 750 Va/675 W - 127 V Ac, 127 V Ac - 4.30 Minute Stand-By Time - 2U Tower/Rack Mountable - 6 X Nema 5-15R - Rohs Compliance

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Tripp Lite Smart Online UPS systems offer high performance power protection ideal for critical server and network equipment in datacenters, computer rooms and network closets


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Audible alarm with push-button momentary alarm-cancel and silent-mode LCD configuration options

Battery independent restart

Built-in DB9 port offers both enhanced RS-232 data and basic contact closure monitoring ability

Emergency Power Off EPO interface

Extended runtime options available

Fault-tolerant auto-bypass mode

Field-replaceable, hot-swappable internal batteries and external battery packs. /p

Fully regulated sine wave AC output with /-2 voltage regulation powers network equipment continuously, even during severe brownouts and overvoltages, all without depleting UPS battery reserves

HID-compliant USB interface enables integration with built-in power management and auto shutdown features of Windows and Mac OS X

Highly efficient operation in optional economy mode saves BTU heat output and energy costs

Includes PowerAlert monitoring software and complete cabling

Interactive LCD interface reports UPS operating mode, detailed UPS and site-power data, plus enables a variety of UPS setup and configuration options

LED display reports UPS operating mode, line power availability, battery mode operation, inverter operation, ECO mode status and output power availability

LED/LCD display panel easily rotates for viewing in rackmount or tower configurations

Maintains battery-derived AC output during power failures with zero transfer time

Network management interfaces support communications via USB, RS-232, contact-closure and optional SNMPWEBCARD network interface

Online, double-conversion Uninterruptible Power Supply UPS maintains perfectly regulated output power by continuously converting raw AC input to DC, then re-converting output back to AC

Programmable self-test

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