Power output distribution

April 1, 1997
The POD feature for the 3.5-, 4.5-, and 6.0-kilovolt-ampere UPStation S units can be plugged into the back of the UPStation S. It lets users keep critical loads running while utility power bypasses the uninterruptible power supply during maintenance operations. The POD has receptacles and a rotary maintenance bypass switch for uninterrupted transfer to utility power.

The POD feature for the 3.5-, 4.5-, and 6.0-kilovolt-ampere UPStation S units can be plugged into the back of the UPStation S. It lets users keep critical loads running while utility power bypasses the uninterruptible power supply during maintenance operations. The POD has receptacles and a rotary maintenance bypass switch for uninterrupted transfer to utility power.

Liebert Corp.

Columbus, OH

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