Space saving designed UPS
The SP 1250LE Universal Power Conditioner is a power factor corrected 1250 VA/875 W device designed to enhance utility power or repair failing utility power in traffic, IT or security cabinets. Clary’s SP 1250LE can also operate as an on-line, dual conversion UPS when configured with the optional battery pack, which extends the reliability of the cabinet when the utility power fails (black out) or falters (brownout). The SP 1250LE system also protects the cabinet by insuring that no harmful power artifacts arrive at the cabinet to destroy or degrade the cabinet electronics. Clary’s industry proven on-line, true sine wave power protects the cabinet 100% of the time to insure reliable and continuous error-free operation. The SP 1250LE operates in extreme environments from -40°C to +74°C (-40°F to 165°F), and communicates via USB with monitoring center or other equipment. Power quality analytical data is recorded and exportable to Excel in CSV format.
The compact SP 560 from Clary delivers on-line protection 100% of the time, for reliable, continuous error-free operation, regardless of utility power quality. Occupying only 1U of vertical rack space, it can fit into any cabinet. Clary’s SP 560 is a 560 VA / 400 W power source built for electronics equipment in IT, traffic and security applications, delivering constant, conditioned, regenerated AC power. It protects equipment from being disrupted, degraded or damaged due to harmful power events. Clary power conditioning completely isolates the cabinet from utility power enabling error-free operation during surges, sags, spikes, and other power anomalies. With an optional battery pack, the SP 560 system operates as an on-line, double-conversion UPS, extending the reliability of the cabinet’s electronics during utility power failures (black-outs). The SP 560 is power factor corrected to reduce utility current draw and wiring requirements. Designed for indoor/outdoor use, the Clary SP 560 will operate in temperature extremes from -40°C to +74°C (-40°F to 165°F) and it communicates locally or remotely via serial, USB or an optional web agent.