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New SPS.Advance family, the solution of high efficiency for SMEs.

Wednesday, 23 july 2008

The new SPS.ADVANCE series of SALICRU is a line-interactive UPS with pure sinewave output, available in the following power rates 750, 1000, 1500, 2000 and 3000VA. The SPS.ADVANCE UPSs have been designed to provide a high level protection for the IT environments of the small and medium companies: PCs, servers, workstations and the rest of network devices. This series protects the most sensitive electronic equipments from problems in the electrical power supply, including: over and under voltages, surges, brownouts, electrical noises and blackouts.

They are designed for their easy configuration either in tower format or 19” rack. The front panel includes an LCD synoptic, four buttons to monitor it, four LCD bar graphs, two status and five alarms indicators.

With the SPS:ADVANCE equipments, Salicru starts the renewal of the complete SPS range. In the next months the new version of the SPS.HOME will be released ; and two new UPSs: SOHO and SAFE.

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