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Tycon Power 24V 50Ah 600W Outdoor UPS Systems

$1,249.95

Specifications UPS-STL24-50-600

Battery Voltage (DC) 12V / 24V
Input Voltage (AC) 120/240VAC, 50/60Hz, 5A Max.
Capacities (Amp Hr) @ 12V100Ah (2 batteries)
Avail Storage Capacity (Watt Hr) 100Ah (2 batteries)
Max Output Power 600W
Suggested Maximum Load 450W
Maximum Instantaneous Load 20A 500msec
Battery Type Valve Regulated Sealed Lead Acid / Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM)
Battery Life 5 Years
Battery Cable Fuse 6 x 32mm Ceramic 30A 250V
Controller Type 40A MPPT Solar Controller with Status Display and 20A Load with on/off switch
Maximum Solar Panel Size 550W @12V Battery, 1100W @ 24V Battery
Controller Display Status Battery Voltage, Charging Voltage, Charging Current, Load Current, Temperature
Overcharge Protection 14.4V @ 12V Battery, 28.8V @ 24V Battery
Over-discharge protection 11V @ 12V Battery, 22V @ 24V Battery
Over-discharge recovery voltage 12.6V @ 12V Battery, 25.2V @ 24V Battery
Controller Self Consumption <1W
Enclosure Type Powder Coated Steel – Pole/Wall Mount
Enclosure External Size 24.1 x 24.1 x 17.5" (612.5 x 612.5 x 445.6mm)
Enclosure Internal Size 23.9 x 23.9 x 16.1" (608 x 608 x 409.5mm)
Operating Temperature -30°C to +60°C (-22°F to 140°F)
System Weight (without batteries) 75lb (34kg)
Battery Weight (each) 37lb (17kg)
Certifications Individual components used have CE Certifications. Batteries have CE and UL.

Tycon Power UPS-STL24-50-600

24V 50Ah 600W Outdoor UPS Systems

The UPSPro® ST-600W series outdoor enclosures are designed for applications that require a backup power source in order to maintain uninterrupted service to customers. The enclosure is powered from 120/240VAC. It is also solar ready so a solar panel can be added as an alternate power source or to extend backup time. Features include an advanced MPPT battery charge controller to protect against over-charging or over-discharging of the valve regulated sealed lead acid AGM batteries. Enclosures have multiple ports for CAT5 cable, antenna cables/connectors or other cabling. They are vented to prevent residual buildup of hydrogen gas.

There is some space inside the enclosures for customer electronics such as controllers, wireless AP or CPE cards, sensors, inverters, etc. Equipment runs on battery power which isolates it from power line surges which is a main cause of outdoor equipment failure.

A typical high power wireless access point with average power consumption of 8W will run 40 hours on a 52Ah battery at room temperature or 28 hours at -20 deg C.


Features:

  • Weatherproof, UV resistant, outdoor enclosures
  • Powered from AC mains power and/or Solar
  • Interior space for customer electronics
  • Wall or Pole Mounting
  • Isolates Customer Equipment from Power Line Surges
  • High-Quality AGM Sealed Lead Acid Batteries
  • Advanced battery charge controller protects against overcharge and over discharge