The Green Cell Power Proof UPS with a nominal power rating of 1400W is an offline line-interactive model - this means that it is equipped with a fully automatic voltage regulator, which has a primary function as a voltage dropout protection, it also has ró protection against mains interference. The ró allows the device to switch to battery power at a level of 2-6 ms in an instant, thus protecting our work and unsaved files from loss.
The Green Cell UPS has the same voltage shape at its output as the current in the electrical outlet. This is due to the pure sine wave. Thanks to the power supply being equipped with additional elements, the device is widely used. It is ideal as a protection of sensitive devices against damage as a result of fluctuations in the mains or in case when the mains power failure makes it impossible to record the effects of our work. Pure sinusoidal means that the UPS will protect capacitive or inductive devices connected to it, such as CO pumps or refrigerators. It is often used to power both cash registers and alarm systems - devices that provide safety and the possibility of continued operation. Thanks to the Green Cell emergency power supply, you will avoid the situation in which it will be impossible to save your work on your computer. It should be emphasized that a UPS is not only a backup power supply in the event of a power outage, but also a guarantee of safety for often expensive equipment against voltage fluctuations.
|Features / filters|
|UPS power (VA)||2000|
|AC outlets quantity||5|
|Battery recharge time||6|
|Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports||2|
|Input operation voltage (max)||240|
|Input operation voltage (min)||220|
|Output operation voltage (max)||230|
|Output operation voltage (min)||230|
|Output power capacity||3|
|Power protection features||Over voltage, Short circuit|
|USB 2.0 ports quantity||1|
|Safeguards||thermal, surge protection, short circuit protection
|Guarantee||24 months (12 months per battery)
|Input voltage||220/230/240 V
|Input frequency||50/60 Hz
|Output voltage||230 V
|Output voltage shape||Pure Sinusoidal
|Output frequency||50Hz or 60Hz (automatic detection)
|Nests||2x Schuko + 3x IEC
|Typical charging time||6-8 hours
|Response time||2-6 ms
|Type of housing||Tower
|Battery||2 x 12V/9Ah
|Dimensions||380 x 158 x 198 mm
To ensure that the devices are properly protected, they must be connected directly to the power supply. That is why it is so important when selecting a device that it has the right number of sockets, up to the number of devices you want to connect to the UPS.
If versatility is key, it is recommended to choose a UPS with a pure sine wave. This allows the connection of more sensitive devices, such as the CO furnace pump. When used to protect the majority of RTV devices or computers, models with a modified sine wave are sufficient. Power supplies with modified sine wave are also much cheaper to buy.
The UPS will start automatically, despite a discharge, if the mains voltage returns.