Why Do You Need a UPS System?

Even brief power outages can result in data loss or potential hardware damage. A UPS system provides battery backup power to keep your devices running during short outages and provides enough runtime to properly shut down electronics during extended outages.
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Workstations

Ensure seamless power to workstations and make certain you have time to safely shut down systems during a longer outage.

Telecom/VoIP

Keep your communication lines open and running during power outages.

Corporate & Department Servers

Protect mission-critical IT equipment and data centers from potential data loss and costly business interruptions.

Product Q&A

How long will the UPS power my systems after the power goes out?

The LCD screen provides estimated runtimes based on the power required by connected devices during power outages. This UPS is estimated to run for 28.7 minutes at half load, 11.2 minutes for a full load.

Can this UPS model be monitored?

Yes, it comes with a free download of PowerPanel Business that provides a user-friendly dashboard interface for controlling and monitoring the UPS. The optional RMCARD205 network management card allows for remote monitoring and management of the UPS.   

Do all of the outlets have battery backup power and surge protection?

Yes, the PR750RTXL2U is equipped with eight battery backup and surge protected outlets.   

Can the battery capacity be expanded?

Yes, the PR750RTXL2U can support the BP48VP2U01 extended battery module to help extend the UPS runtime.

How do I mute the alarms?

The audible alarm can be set to Mute on Battery. This is accomplished by going to the basic set up via the LCD Screen, navigate to audible alarm and then set to Mute on Battery.

Proposition 65 Disclaimer

This product can expose you to chemicals including Styrene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Bisphenol A (BPA), which are known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to http://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.