FEAS battery packs with charge regulator are used to buffer electrical consumers. They secure the power supply in the event of a power failure and thus prevent the loss of your valuable data or the total breakdown of your production line. Regardless of where you use the DC UPS, you have a perfect protection against brownouts that can otherwise often cause high costs! The DC UPS are characterized among other things by high buffer capacities, the possibility of remote monitoring and additional LED displays.
Choose a DC UPS that suits your application:
► Output voltage 12VDC or 24 VDC or a device with both options
► with AC or DC input / with or without integrated power supply
► optionally also with 3-phase input or as low voltage version (LV)
► with buffer times of 30min - 270min
► optionally with high temperature batteries up to 70 ° C
► optionally with RS-232 / RS-485 interface
► with NiMH or lead gel batteries
► as cable version or with connector strip
► Installation on DIN rail or as wall mounting
The NiMH or lead gel accumulator will be charged when the DC UPS is started for the first time or when the mains voltage is applied. When the end-of-charge voltage is reached, the DC UPS automatically switches to charge retention of the battery. In the event of a sudden power failure, the DC UPS ensures the supply of your devices and systems with the powerful battery without interruption. When the mains returns, the maximum output current is available again immediately and the battery of the DC UPS is recharged.
First select the required output voltage for your DC UPS (12VDC or 24VDC). Below you will find an overview of all uninterruptible power supplies from FEAS.