Tripp Lite keeps the power on with latest UPS offerings

Tripp Lite presents its SmartOnline and SmartPro UPS systems.

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By  Andy Tillett Published  September 25, 2005

This is the sixth time that Tripp Lite, a manufacturer of power protection, power distribution and connectivity products,is participating at Gitex. This year, the company is presenting its SmartOnline and SmartPro UPS systems. “These products symbolise Tripp Lite’s position as one of the industry’s most innovative, forward-thinking companies. Consistently first in the field with trend-setting products and services, Tripp Lite is committed to providing its customers with the reliable, cost-effective solutions they need,” says Keshav Murthy, marketing co-ordinator, Tripp Lite Europe, Middle East and Africa. “Tripp Lite is presenting the further expansion of our new 3-Phase UPS line at the event,” he adds. Tripp Lite’s SmartOnline range of UPS solutions feature a wide-ranging input/output capability, making them ideal for protecting equipment in computing, networking, telecoms and heavy-duty industrial environments. Products in this family include the SmartOnline 3-Phase True On-Line UPS systems and the SmartOnline Single-Phase True On-Line UPS systems. Along with its SmartOnline solutions, Tripp Lite will also display its latest APS devices and KVM switches. The APS Inverter/Charger converts DC battery power into 220-240V AC household power. They include AC inputs, built-in battery chargers and autoline to battery transfer, making them an ideal alternative power source/UPS system in both stationary and mobile applications. Tripp Lite’s KVM switches allow users to control multiple computers from one keyboard, mouse and monitor. While Gitex is an ideal environment to showcase its latest offerings, Tripp Lite will use the show to re-affirm its position in the market, according to Murthy. “Our presence at Gitex is an indication of our commitment to the region. We view the exhibition as an ideal opportunity to assert ourselves as one of the top players in the Middle East and Africa market. It allows us to reach out to and educate key IT decision-makers from across the region about the importance of UPS,” he concludes.

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