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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

APC offers protection for desktops

Global leader in integrated critical power and cooling services, APC-MGE is offering high-performance protection for multiple business-based desktop computers.

Vice President, Home and Distributed Systems at APC-MGE, Mr. Joe Loberti, disclosed that this special package has been streamlined for APC Back-UPS RS 650VA and1100VA.

These new units, he also said, offer four power outlets in proven product design, with 390 or 660 watt of power, extensive runtime and Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) technology.

APC-MGE, he said, has continued to make great strides in the advancement of it’s back Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) family to meet the developing needs of power customers.

“Today’s business desktops are highly configured with several peripherals and higher power and runtime requirements. Users are looking for cost-effective, reliable solutions for protecting their hardware and more importantly their data on their desktops,” he said.

Mr. Jeo explained that back-UPS RS 650 and 1100 offer high performance protection for home and business computer systems, adding that these new units provide abundant battery backup power, which allow users to work through medium and extended power outages with runtimes of up to 46 minutes (BR650CI) and 84minutes (BR1100CI), depending on the units’ load.

He emphasised that the units’ AVR feature enables users to work through just about any power condition by supplying safe, consistent power to the computer in case of over-voltage or brownout conditions, without running on battery.

“With four outlets, three with battery backup and surge and one with surge protection only, the Back-UPS RS also safeguards equipment from damaging surges and spikes that travel along utility and phone lines,” he informed.

Pointing out that APC’s new Back-UPS RS 650 and 1100 units are currently available through all distribution channels including retail, catalogues, resellers and online.

Champion Infotel recalls that on February 2007, APC and MGE UPS Systems combined to form a $3 billion critical power and cooling services business unit of Schneider Electric.

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