Cursor Line Interactive UPS 700VA
Every UPS converts incoming AC to DC through a rectifier, and converts it back with an inverter. Batteries or flywheels store energy to use in a utility failure. A bypass circuit routes power around the rectifier and inverter, running the IT load on incoming utility or generator power. While UPS systems are commonly called double-conversion, line-interactive and standby designs, these terms have been used inconsistently and manufacturers implement them differently: At least one system allows any of the three modes.
- AVR Boost and Buck
- Cold Start Function
- Build in Self-diagnostic Function
- Fastest Charging Capacity
- Auto Charging at Off Mode
- Auto-restart Function