Socomec NETYS PE 850VA Battery Backup Unit to Suit CCTV Recorders, POS and PC's
Uses 4 x Standard Australian 3-Pin Sockets on the back of the unit - no need for extra leads.
What if your power is cut during a storm, or from intentional tampering with your power? A battery back-up solves this problem.
This is the perfect solution for customers with a CCTV Recorder and is worried about the loss of power to the unit. This UPS, Battery Backup will keep your recorder and cameras operating for 15-20 minutes after the power has been cut. Think about how useless your CCTV System is when a Burglar switches off your power in the meter box. This is a must for all CCTV Systems, this unit will keep your CCTV Security System operating.
1. USB serial port 2. NTP data line suppressor 3. UPS output sockets 4. Input socket and fuse 5. Fan/air vents
1. Alarm 2. Operation with battery 3. Normal operation 4. On / Off 5. Load present 6. Load level (5 steps) 7. General Alarm 8. Battery fault / Replace the battery 9. Overload 10. Battery capacity 11. Normal mode / Battery mode (flashing) 12. Automatic Voltage / Regulation active
CCTV Recorders and Cameras - approx 15-20 Backup on 4-8 Cameras
CAD, graphic workstations
Multimedia workstations and peripherals
LCD screens and monitors
POS (Points Of Sales) setups
Ideal and cost-effective protection for SOHO or POS applications
Adapted to protect IT applications in home, office and retail environments.
A complete range of six models to adapt the power to the equipment’s consumption or to required back-up time.
Control panel with graphical icons LCD / LEDs allowing the operating mode to be easily monitored.
A solution for network power cuts and voltage fluctuations
The integrated AVR function (Automatic Voltage Regulation) stabilizes the output voltage and avoids unnecessary switching to battery mode operation, therefore preserving battery life to support blackouts.
2 x 3-PIN Standard Australian Plugs for quick connection to everyday devices
Integrated NTP protection for LAN/ADSL connection against the risk of data line overvoltage.