Battery Backup Systems (BBS) / Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) are the first line of defence to keep critical loads backed up during power outages as well as increasing equipment reliability by protecting them against power disturbances. Battery Backup Systems need to be rugged, reliable, and informative in the data they provide. Typical applications include traffic infrastructure, ITS equipment, security devices, parking gates, ticket dispensers, VMS signs and AC Small Cell power backup. Some of the benefits of BBS are:
Thanks to its powerful programmable temperature compensated battery charger, the FXM UPS is capable of providing the runtime and extended battery life you need. The FXM HP colored LCD touchscreen display provides access to multiple configurable tabs for quick system status, overview and configuration without the need of a laptop.
The FXM HP can be used together with an external analogue and digital input and output peripheral to monitor electrical signals (temperature, voltage, current) and generate electrical signals through relays. The most commonly used ADIO (Analog Digital Input Output) peripheral is the L-ADIO (Low VoltageAnalog Digital Input Output) for low voltage systems. Features include:
Modern encryption technology to ensure proper authentication and privacy. Central server authentication and authorization features for additional security layer
Multiple ports for local and remote connectivity. Advanced file management, system configuration management, backup and restore functions.
For over 40 years, FXM Series of rugged outdoor uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and backup power solutions have been designed by outdoor power experts to meet the stringent requirements of the traffic industry, reliably performing in the most extreme environmental conditions, including frigid temperatures, searing desert heat, snow & salt and other environmentally harsh conditions.
By implementing battery backup/UPS solutions into your traffic networks, there is the potential to:
|Battery Breaker Rating:80A|
|Maximum Charging Current:10A|
|Input||Nominal Voltage: 210/220/230/240VAC|
|Voltage Range: 153 to 322VAC|
|Frequency: 50Hz or 60Hz|
|Input Breaker Rating: 5.5A|
|Output||Waveform: Pure sinewave|
|Nominal Voltage: 210/220/240VAC (same as input)|
|Voltage Regulation: ±10% on line mode, ±2% on inverter mode|
|Power at 55°C: 650/VA|
|Frequency: Output frequency = Input frequency|
|Frequency Tolerance: Backup Mode: ± 0.3 Hz|
|Protocol||SNMP: SNMP v3 via Ethernet. Compatible with subscription and discovery services|
|TCP/IP: IPv4 or IPv6|
|Email: SMTP via Ethernet|
|Security||Password: 256-bit Encryption|
|Secured Web Interface: SSL for HTTPS|
|Display||Full graphic LCD, 480×272 pixels, Resistive touch screen|
|Ports||•2 x RJ45: Ethernet|
•1 x RJ11: Battery Temperature Compensation
•1 x RJ12: for Alpha CAN devices
•1 x USB-A: For upgrades or file management via a standard USB flash drive
•1 x USB-Mini B: For soft shutdown using MegaTec protocol complaint client
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