Liebert GXT3 5000RT - 230 UPS
Liebert GXT3 UPS meets the need for higher power capacities in small spaces. This true on-line double conversion UPS system is available in 5kVA-10kVA models, and features integrated maintenance bypass, as well as optional extended battery runtime. Add support - Emerson Network Power Service - and it all equals greater power assurance and reliability.
Designed for use in either rack or tower configurations, all units offer the smallest available solutions for these power capacities - the 5 and 6kVA model at 230V output in 5U size, or the 10kVA unit 230V output in 6U package.
To help meet the need for choosing a single supplier for global applications, 120/208V 50/60 Hz models are offered with UL markings.
The versatile unit installs in either configuration, and includes a rotating LED display panel that conforms to the desired orientation.
Automatic frequency detection.
Detects and matches line input frequencies of either 60 or 50 Hz.
User replaceable hot-swappable internal batteries.
Provide three to six minutes of runtime at full load.
Additional runtime with additional battery cabinets.
UPS cabinet includes rear panel plug-and-play connnections for optional battery cabinets. Cabinets sizes: 5kVA and 6kVA-3U, 10kVA-4U.
Liebert Intellisiot™ communications port.
Utilizes Liebert IntelliSlot Web Card to provide SNMP and web-based monitoring and control of your UPS. (Optional)
Includes Windows-based configuration program.
Allows various operating parameters to be adjusted and tests to be scheduled.
Built-in USB communications for use with Liebert MultiLink™ Automated Shutdown Software.
Allows you to monitor communication between the UPS and a server, and ensures a graceful unattended shutdown.
Built-in closure signals.
These are terminal blocks for dry contact relay signals.
Emergency Power Off (EPO).
Terminal connnections for a normally open or normally closed emergency powewr off switch.
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|This product was added to our catalog on Friday 04 June, 2010.