MGE pledges cost effective protection

MGE UPS Systems will introduce its Ellipse Premium UPS power protection for workstations and entry-level servers and its EXtreme C products at this year’s Gitex.

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By  Peter Conmy Published  August 30, 2001

MGE UPS Systems will introduce its Ellipse Premium UPS power protection for workstations and entry-level servers and its EXtreme C products at this year’s Gitex.

The Pulsar Ellipse Premium offers professional users a high-performance power-protection solution at an affordable price. Easy to install and use on every server and workstation, the UPS’ protect data, information exchange and Internet connections to maximise the efficiency of small and medium-sized networked organisations.

Features include: multi-outlet blocks for all types of plugs, integrated data-line protection, distinctive compact and user-friendly design and extra-high performance for the most demanding applications.The range offers 4 ratings (500/650/800/1200 kVA) and 10 to 30 minutes of backup time for targeted applications.

All models come with powerful Solution-Pac power management software, for trouble-free operation and user-friendly supervision under Windows 2000 & NT, Linux, Netware, SCO and SUN Solaris.

Pulsar EXtreme C features on-line double conversion technology and offers servers, PABXs and network equipment maximum security in minimum space with ratings of 700, 1000 and 1500 VA.

Available in tower or rack versions, it has been designed to meet the needs of modern equipment, including network, intranet and Internet servers, and internetworking devices. Pulsar is also keen to tout the solutions high availability as its automatic bypass, cold start feature and redundancy possibilities, guarantees availability of 99.999% or more.

Two additional features worthy of note are the hot-swappable batteries that can be replaced without having to shut down the protected equipment and the PowershareTM outlets for individual management of backup power that can be used to remotely restart or reset a faulty device without interrupting the other protected devices.

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