Compact Dual Redundant Power System Mounts On Walls

July 1, 1999
Powered by two convection-cooled rectifiers that provide quiet and reliable operation for use in PABX, ISDN, broadband fiber networks, datacomm, customer premises and low-powered Points of Presence applications, the WS Series power systems feature

Powered by two convection-cooled rectifiers that provide quiet and reliable operation for use in PABX, ISDN, broadband fiber networks, datacomm, customer premises and low-powered Points of Presence applications, the WS Series power systems feature dual redundant rectifiers, power distribution, battery back-up and alarm signals. Measuring just 12” x 19” x 5.25” deep, the power systems offer 100W or 200W of redundant power and are designed for “curb-side” fiber networks and other space-critical applications.The series features an integral 7-Ah battery that can be easily upgraded for longer protection, Form C relay signals and visual alarms, battery temperature compensation of charging voltage and overvoltage and reverse voltage protection. The units can be configured to suit 120V or 208V/240V applications.

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