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VH Series UPS 700-3000 VA (2U)

Digital Energy™ VH Series 700 VA, 1000 VA, 1500 VA, 2000 VA & 3000 VA

GE Digital Energy’s™ VH Series of UPS is a true VFI (Voltage & Frequency Independent) on-line double conversion, intelligent and high-performance UPS designed for all mission-critical applications. The UPS range is designed with a unique failsafe bypass providing maximum security and reliability for the user.

The VH Series range of UPS has been designed also for maximum site flexibility. With an attractively designed modern common tower and/or 19inch rackmountable design, the UPS can adapt as network configurations adapt. Batteries are the core component of any UPS system. GE’s unique Superior Battery Management system ensures that this core component is protected at all times at the highest level. When batteries need to be replaced, the procedure is easy, safe and can be performed without disconnecting the critical load.

VH Series DataSheet

VH Series Product Description


Features and Benefits

  • Voltage and frequency independent (VFI) double conversion technology eliminates power reliability problems
  • Unique failsafe internal bypass for continued operation even in the event of UPS failure
  • Tower and/or 2U rack design for all ratings; all support elements included
  • Simple battery replacement without disruption to supported load
  • Versatile communication with USB and contact interface, RS232, relays and SNMP
  • Wide input voltage window minimising battery usage
  • Excellent short circuit protections
  • Unique Superior Battery Management enhancing battery performance and lifetime
  • Easy plug-in connection of battery packs for extended run-time
  • Remote monitoring and control for unmanned or isolated sites
  • Can be used as a 50/60Hz frequency converter
    Phase neutral reversal protection
  • High overload capability
  • Precise output frequency regulation
  • High efficiency

Applications

  • Mission-critical servers
  • Telecommunication equipment
  • Local area networks
  • Internet servers
  • Network components
  • Process and telecom industry equipment
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