AP-ST2010-L (1kVA Line Interactive, Pure Sinewave, LCD display, with USB, unit only)
All T2 models have a long standby option with no built in batteries, this is the charge current of the long standby models. For long standby models, add “-L“ to the part number.
Launched in 2005, the T2 Series benefits from the latest microprocessor Control Unit (MCU) technology, and now offers even greater value for money. The T2 is aimed at users that require protection from line voltage fluctuations and require a reliable and constant power source. The T2 is a sophisticated unit utilizing full digital control technology. Available with power rating of 1kVA, 2kVA and 3kVA each with LCD display and audible alarm keeping you quickly updated on mains and battery status. The T2 is also fitted with an intelligent test button enabling a self-test routine which also prevents the UPS from being inadvertently switched off.
Integrated Smartcard Slot
Fitted with an RS232 interface and USB port, which when used with the supplied software allows UPS status monitoring via the connected PC. Support for optional SNMP network adapter is also provided enabling full network management functions. Under mains failure the T2 provides sinewave computer grade power and will start a controlled shutdown (when software installed) of your operating system and connected hardware, completely protecting your data and working documents.
Extensive log files
Scheduled battery and inverter testing
Scheduled system shutdown/restart
User-Customisable commands and messages
Multiple UPS control from a single computer
Remote Console Command module for remote multiple server shutdown
Internal SNMP sub-agent for integration into existing NMS (e.g. HP OpenView, CA).
Our specialised optional UPS management software gives you the power to monitor and control your UPS from remote locations.
Ups Management Software
The UPS management software is installed on a server or workstation connected to each UPS via the serial or optional USB port. Power failure, power restored, battery failure or eight events will be detected and the user informed. A shutdown will be initiated when the batteries are near to exhaustion or a technical problem occurs with the UPS. The UPS management software disconnects network connections, logs out users and closes open applications (subject to application/operating system support) before shutting down the operating system itself.