On guard: UPS protection for workstation applications

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Today's businesses depend upon the reliable operation of PCs/workstations to ensure work is not lost due should a crash occurs. As power problems are one of the main causes for a system crash it is recommended that users protect their equipment with an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).

The Powerware 5110, a Series 5 UPS, reportedly is an ideal solution for protecting workstations and PCs in an office environment. According to the company, the Powerware 5110 is a cost effective smart looking UPS solution; and, with a power rating up to 1000 VA (600W) the 5110 can power larger computers/workstations used for heavy-weight applications such as CAD.

It protects against five of the nine basic power problems that could harm equipment or result in corrupted data.

Features and benefits
Delivers smooth, continuous power for your PC/workstation
Regulates power fluctuations with Buck and Boost voltage regulation
Ensures data integrity with free Software Suite bundle
Four battery and surge protected outlets four surge only outlets
Offers surge protection circuit also for your Internet DSL/modem line

Three power ratings
The Powerware 5110 comes in three power ratings 500 VA, 700 VA and 1000 VA covering the needs for effective single computer protection.

All models have four battery backup protected outlets as well as four surge-protection only outlets (for printers, faxes and other peripheral equipment) not needing battery backup.

The 5110 is equipped with a USB port and if the bundled shutdown software is installed, it automatically saves files in the event of extended power outages (compatible with Windows 95/98, 2000, 2003, ME, XP).

All models come bundled with the shutdown software, USB cable and two IEC-IEC load cables as well as a RJ-11 cable to protect your Tele/DSL line from surges.

 

 

 

Providing smooth continuous power for workstationsthe Eaton Powerware 5110 UPS.

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