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DITEK Bolsters Lineup of Robust Power Protection with Uninterruptible Power Supplies

UPS600 800

DITEK Corporation   ♦   Largo, FL

We are currently shipping an aggressively priced line of Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) with a new compact form factor through the professional distribution channel.  These units round out a comprehensive power protection product lineup that also includes Ethernet and Power over Ethernet (PoE) Network Protection and indoor/outdoor surge protection devices.

"Our goal has always been to help our customers protect their essential electronic systems from the damaging effects of power surges and spikes", said Michael Molinari, General Manager, DITEK.  "Our UPS offering goes a big step further to not only protect the power supply, but to ensure power uptime that supports those vital systems through brief power outages.  This is a natural extension of our lineup and reinforces our commitment to our customers served by professional integrators".

DTK-UPS600 (600VA / 360W) and DTK-UPS800 (800VA / 480W) extend the lineup of UPS solutions to economically protect and power smaller electronic systems, including home and office workstations, POS and lottery terminals, fuel pumps, access control system, and more.

Both models provide power protection against surges and spikes in a compact, economical package, and make use if a built-in boost and buck AVR for voltage stabilization.  This UPS series will provide clean and stable power to connected equipment while its embedded microprocessor contorl guarantees exceptional reliability.  They include protection for an Ethernet connection for maximum flexibility, and 6 power outlets for connected equipment.

Battery run time at 25% of rated load is about 20 minutes (19 minutes for DTK-UPS600), and both models feature a fast recovery time of only 4 hours to reach 90% capacity.  Both models also include overload, discharge and overcharge protections, and issue a loud audible warning when power or function is compromised.

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