SurgeX has introduced a family of UPS solutions with built-in isolation transformers. The company says the “virtually silent” units combine line interactive technology and a continuous power supply solution with power conditioning. There are three models available for different applications but the quiet performance makes them ideal for home theaters.

Isolation transformers eliminate neutral-ground voltage, therefore reducing lockups and downtime for AV equipment. According to SurgeX, the new UPS + Isolation Transformers establish a neutral-ground bond at the rack, rather than at the main breaker panel, to ensure clean power is supplied to connected electronic equipment. The UPS prevents high-frequency electrical noise and voltage from affecting performance and promises to deliver clean, conditioned power free of harmonics and common mode noise to guarantee optimal performance and reliability.

Lauren Simmen, Director of Marketing for SurgeX, said. “We are now able to offer yet another superior power solution that merges all the benefits of a large format UPS combined with isolation transformer technology, integrated into a compact form factor that is rack mountable. From a reliable power foundation to conditioning, diagnostics, and surge suppression, SurgeX supports the full spectrum of needs for any installation.”

When AC fails, the UPS can use an internal, maintenance-free battery to supply reserved power to connected equipment with 4mS transfer time. The new UPS + transformers are available now in three models: UPS-1440-Li-ISO, UPS-2200-Li-ISO, UPS-3000-Li-ISO. Check with resellers or integrators for pricing, or get more information direct from SurgeX.


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