Unitech ASG3000VA 3000VA/1800W UPS:
The Unitech ASG3000VA 3000VA/1800W UPS is a energy backup tool designed to offer uninterrupted energy deliver to related gadgets in case of energy outages or fluctuations. It comes with a capacity of 3000VA (volt-ampere) and 1800W (watt), which means it can handle a maximum load of 1800 watts
Battery Backup and Power Capacity:
The UPS is equipped with a set of four 9Ah batteries, which are responsible for storing electrical energy. These batteries ensure that power is available during power interruptions. The UPS also includes a power regulator, which helps stabilize the voltage and provide clean power to the connected devices, protecting them from voltage spikes or sags.
Input Power Cable and Outlet Types:
In terms of input power cable, the UPS comes with a French-style power cable, allowing it to be connected to a power source with a compatible socket in France or other countries using the same type of power plug. Additionally, the UPS is equipped with two LEC (Local Equipment Connection) and two EU (European) power outlets, enabling you to connect devices with different plug types.
Quick Transfer Time for Seamless Power Backup:
The transfer time of the UPS, which refers to the time it takes for the UPS to switch from mains power to battery power during a power outage, is typically between 2 to 6 milliseconds. This quick transfer time ensures a seamless transition and uninterrupted power supply to the connected devices.
Charging Time for Battery Replenishment:
The charging time of the UPS, which indicates the time required to fully recharge the batteries after they have been depleted, is typically between 6 to 8 hours. During this charging period, it is recommended to keep the UPS connected to a power source to ensure it is ready for the next power outage.
Reliable Power Backup Solution:
Overall, the Unitech ASG3000VA 3000VA/1800W UPS provides a reliable power backup solution with its capacity, battery backup, power regulation, and quick transfer time, making it suitable for protecting valuable electronic equipment from power-related issues.