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27.03.2019, 13:11

Rack-Mounted Version of Sentinel Pro

Company News, Data Centres, Data Centre Infrastructure Management (DCIM), Data Centers, EMEA

Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) manufacturer Riello UPS has added two rack-mounted products to its Sentinel Pro range.

 

The Sentinel Rack (SER) 1500 and 3000 ER models deliver the same online double conversion UPS protection as existing tower-style designs but are designed for installation into standard 19in cabinets.

 

Single-phase UPS systems are suitable for mission-critical servers, data processing IT systems, and telecoms networks.

 

Both new rack products have a depth of 380mm which makes them ideal power upgrades for facilities that utilise legacy server racks with a depth of 600mm. The SER 3000 ER version is also fitted with a 6A battery charger and additional batteries for applications requiring several hours’ extended runtime.

 

Announcing the new products, Leo Craig, Riello UPS General Manager, said:

"The Sentinel Pro has always been a popular choice for IT and Facilities Managers who demand resilience and a quality output voltage in a compact footprint. With these new rack-mounted versions, such exceptional performance is now available to suit any installation environment."

 

With a power factor of 0.9 and a high overload capacity of 150 per cent, the Sentinel Rack is capable of handling a range of input voltages from 140 V to 276 V. Users can also choose from several operating methods such as Smart Active, Frequency Converter, or Eco mode, to enhance performance and reduce power consumption. It is additionally compatible with the company's monitoring and communications software, including PowerShield3, and comes with USB and RS232 slots for additional network cards.

 

Visit https://www.riello-ups.co.uk/products/1-ups/124-sentinel-rack-ser for additional information.

 

 

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