The Dialog Vision Tower 1.1KVA, with its advanced communications and connectivity options, is the ideal solution for installations requiring superior protection and versatility in the power supply system. The Vision Tower is the ideal solution for the protection of peripheral network devices, servers, and network backup systems.
The Dialog Vision Tower 1.1KVA uses Line Interactive technology, provides a sinusoidal output and provides efficiency levels of 98% reducing energy consumption. It also has a high level of protection against mains power disturbances. The automatic voltage regulator (AVR) provides protection from surges, over voltages and under voltages, without any battery intervention. Reduced battery usage ensures that the battery set is 100% available for mains power supply failures and is able to provide greater autonomy. EMI filters then provide further protection from voltage surges and transients.
When the mains power supply fails, the load is powered by the inverter and receives a perfectly sinusoidal supply for maximum power continuity and reliability. With energy savings in mind, the Dialog Vision Tower 1.1KVA features a shut-off button to reduce energy consumption to zero during periods of prolonged inactivity.
An EnergyShare socket allows load shedding and the shutdown of less sensitive peripheral devices to extend battery runtime for critical loads. Hot Swap batteries can be removed via the front panel for easy and safe UPS maintenance. Deep discharge protection to reduce battery ageing. Battery test facility to detect deteriorating battery performance.
The Dialog Vision Tower 1.1KVA has a backlit LCD display providing UPS status information, load and battery performance.
Cold Start function to allow the UPS to power up with no mains power supply present.
- Multi-platform communication for all operating systems and network environments: PowerShield3 supervision and shutdown software for Windows operating systems 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP, Linux, Mac OS X, Sun Solaris, VMware ES X and other Unix operating systems.
- USB or RS232 serial port interface (selectable)
- Expansion slot for interface boards
- status, measurements, alarms and input, output and battery parameters available on LCD display.