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Tripp Lite's Internet Office UPS Line Has Increased Efficiency to 99 Percent

The new models save small businesses both energy and money. By ChannelPro

Tripp Lite's Internet Office UPS Line Has Increased Efficiency to 99 Percent

The new models save small businesses both energy and money.

Tripp Lite, a manufacturer of power protection equipment based in Chicago, says its Internet Office UPS line for small businesses and home offices has an its increased efficiency rating of 99 percent, saving both energy and money over legacy designs. Compared with legacy UPS systems, says the company, Internet Office models can save a user up to $125 in energy costs over a five-year span, which is more than the cost of the UPS itself.

"The Internet Office UPS line has always been our lowest cost UPS series, providing reliable backup power for a range of business and home applications," says David Slotten, Tripp Lite director of product management. "Now featuring unparalleled operating efficiency, an upgrade to the new and improved Internet Office series can quickly pay for itself."

Tripp Lite's Internet Office UPS Systems include:

  • INTERNET900U: 900VA, 12 total outlets--6 with battery backup and surge protection, 6 surge-only
  • INTERNET750U: 750VA, 12 total outlets--6 with battery backup and surge protection, 6 surge-only
  • INTERNET600U: 600VA, 8 total outlets--4 with battery backup and surge protection, 4 surge-only
  • INTERNET550U: 550VA, 8 total outlets--4 with battery backup and surge protection, 4 surge-only

Internet Office UPS Systems feature battery-supported outlets for computers and peripherals plus additional surge-only outlets for peripherals that do not require battery backup. The UPS systems also offer telephone/modem line protection, space-saving right-angle input plugs, and a free download of PowerAlert software that saves open files and shuts down unattended computers automatically during an extended blackout.

The UPS Systems are also RoHS compliant, part of an effort to improve environmental conditions worldwide by strictly limiting the use of six hazardous substances: lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs), and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE).

For more information go to: www.tripplite.com/InternetOfficeUPS.

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