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SurgeX Introduces Line of UPS Solutions with Built-In Isolation Transformers

Bringing the benefits of isolation to the rack, the UPS + Isolation Transformers provide enhanced conditioning and battery backup for increased system performance.

SurgeX has introduced its new family of UPS solutions with built-in Isolation Transformers ahead of CEDIA Expo Virtual 2020. Built to combine line interactive technology and a continuous power supply solution with power conditioning, the UPS + Isolation Transformers create a complete power management solution for any installation. Available in three models to suit various power environments, the solutions bring all the benefits of a low-impedance isolation transformer to the rack, coupled with a true sine wave line interactive UPS to filter, condition, and stabilize power.

An isolation transformer is designed to eliminate neutral-ground voltage, reducing lockups and downtime for sensitive electronic systems and AV equipment. With these new UPS + Isolation Transformers, a new neutral-ground bond is established at the rack, rather than at the main breaker panel, to ensure clean power is supplied to connected electronic equipment. The UPSs prevent high-frequency electrical noise and voltage from affecting performance and deliver clean, fully conditioned power free of harmonics and common mode noise to guarantee optimal performance and reliability.

Each UPS + Isolation Transformer is suitable for both residential and commercial applications with the flexibility and strength to manage environments from 1440VA to 2760VA. The new solutions are so compact that they can be rack mounted. Virtually silent, they are an ideal match for home theaters, audio systems, and other sound-reliant environments. Beyond this, the UPS + Isolation Transformer provides a fast outage response time, 0.9 output power factor with true sine-wave output, advanced SNMP communication capability, user-friendly GUI interface and diagnostics, an auto battery test, and hot-swappable battery.

When AC electricity fails, the UPS uses its internal, maintenance-free battery to supply reserved power to connected equipment with 4mS transfer time. The device can be used as more than just a continuous power and conditioning solution and leveraged to ensure a proper power foundation by establishing a safely managed interface between the grid and connected equipment. Completely isolating connected equipment from the grid and other electronic loads that can pollute the branch circuit offers a better experience for end users and a reduction in service calls for integrators.

The UPS + Isolation Transformers are available now in three models: UPS-1440-Li-ISO, UPS-2200-Li-ISO, and UPS-3000-Li-ISO. Interested integrators can reach out to their SurgeX representative for pricing and model recommendations, or learn more at CEDIA Expo Virtual 2020.

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