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Borri adds two compact UPS systems to its range

08 December 2011

Borri has added two compact uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) to its range. The new models are compact, reliable and efficient and include automatic voltage regulators as standard. This feature safeguards against voltage fluctuations of up to 30 percent, avoiding the need to switch to battery power, and thus extending battery life.

The B60 is an 800-2,000VA unit that delivers a pseudo sinewave output. This particular form of simulated sinewave makes the B60 ideal for smaller but critical power back-up situations such as CCTV, EPOS, small office hardware applications and small PC workstations.

Completing the line-up is the B200, a 1,000-2,000VA UPS which has the same multifunctional features as the B60, but also includes a digitised PWM-based controller, which provides a pure sinewave output, making it suitable for use with sensitive electrical and electronic systems.

Borri's B60 and B200 UPS solutions have been manufactured to provide the highest levels of protection and combine separate IEC power outlets for surge suppression with supporting RJ11 and RJ45 filtering for telephone, modem and router lines.
For efficient and easy to use analysis, both models come with in-built LCD screens to display connected load and battery charge levels, input and output voltages and fault or overload warnings.

Users also benefit from the free, advanced, download of intelligent shutdown and monitoring software, which allows them to communicate with the UPS directly from any computer via its USB port.

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