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Powerware Series 3:
Ideal for small office and home office computer and telephone equipment

Powerware Series 3 UPS units offer low cost power protection. Ideal for small office and home office computer and telephone equipment. Ranges from 300VA to 750VA. Click here to see the difference between Series 3, 5, and 9.

Powerware Series 3 Protection Levels - Hover over image for a description of the protection
Power Failure A total loss of utility power. Can be caused by a number of events; lightning strikes, downed power lines, grid over demands, accidents and natural disasters. Power failure can lead to hardware damage, data loss, or total system crashes.
Power Sags Short-term low voltage. Triggered by the startup of large loads, utility switching, utility equipment failure, lightning and power service that's too small for the demand. Similar to power failures, sags can damage the hardware.
Power Surges Also known as a Spike. Short-term high voltage above 110% of nominal. With voltages above 110% of nominal, surges can be triggered by a rapid reduction in power loads, heavy equipment being turned off, or by utility switching. The results can potentially damage hardware.


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Powerware Series 5:
advanced power conditioning & battery backup for network closets & small data centers

The Powerware series 5 offers advanced power conditioning and battery backup for network closets and small data centers using line-interactive topology with sine wave output and 99% efficient. Ranges from 500VA to 1500VA. Click here to see the difference between Series 3, 5, and 9.

Powerware Series 5 Protection Levels - Hover over image for a description of the protection
Power Failure A total loss of utility power. Can be caused by a number of events; lightning strikes, downed power lines, grid over demands, accidents and natural disasters. Power failure can lead to hardware damage, data loss, or total system crashes.
Power Sags Short-term low voltage. Triggered by the startup of large loads, utility switching, utility equipment failure, lightning and power service that's too small for the demand. Similar to power failures, sags can damage the hardware.
Power Surges Also known as a Spike. Short-term high voltage above 110% of nominal. With voltages above 110% of nominal, surges can be triggered by a rapid reduction in power loads, heavy equipment being turned off, or by utility switching. The results can potentially damage hardware.
Under Voltage Also known as Brownout. Reduced line voltage for extended periods of a few minutes to a few days. Can be caused by an intentional utility voltage reduction to conserve power during peak demand periods or other heavy loads that exceed supply capacity. Undervoltage can lead to equipment failure.
Over Voltage Increased line voltage for extended periods of a few minutes to a few days. Can send line voltages to levels in excess of 6,000 bolts. Overvoltage almost always results in data loss or hardware damage.


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Powerware Series 9:
UPS premium backup power and scalable runtime power for mid-size data centers

The Powerware series 9 offers UPS premium backup power for maximum power protection and scalable runtime power for mid-size data centers. Available in rack and stand-alone configurations. Ranges from 700VA to 18KVA. Click here to see the difference between Series 3, 5, and 9.

Powerware Series 9 Protection Levels - Hover over image for a description of the protection
Power Failure A total loss of utility power. Can be caused by a number of events; lightning strikes, downed power lines, grid over demands, accidents and natural disasters. Power failure can lead to hardware damage, data loss, or total system crashes.
Power Sags Short-term low voltage. Triggered by the startup of large loads, utility switching, utility equipment failure, lightning and power service that's too small for the demand. Similar to power failures, sags can damage the hardware.
Power Surges Also known as a Spike. Short-term high voltage above 110% of nominal. With voltages above 110% of nominal, surges can be triggered by a rapid reduction in power loads, heavy equipment being turned off, or by utility switching. The results can potentially damage hardware.
Under Voltage Also known as Brownout. Reduced line voltage for extended periods of a few minutes to a few days. Can be caused by an intentional utility voltage reduction to conserve power during peak demand periods or other heavy loads that exceed supply capacity. Undervoltage can lead to equipment failure.
Over Voltage Increased line voltage for extended periods of a few minutes to a few days. Can send line voltages to levels in excess of 6,000 bolts. Overvoltage almost always results in data loss or hardware damage.
Electric Line Noise High frequency waveform caused by RFI or EMI interference. Can be caused by either RFI or EMI interference generated by transmitters, welding devices, SCR driven printers, lightning, etc. Introduces glitches and errors into programs/files as well as damaging hardware components.
Frequency Variation A change in frequency stability. Resulting from generator or small co-generation sites being loaded and unloaded. Frequency variation can cause erratic operation, data loss, system crashes and equipment damage.
Switching Transient Instantaneous undervoltage (notch) in the range of nanoseconds. Normal duration is shorter than a spike and generally fall in the rang of nanoseconds. Can result in unusual computer behavior and puts stress on components which can lead to premature failure.
Harmonic Distortion Distortion of the normal waveform generally. Switch mode power suppplies, variable speed motors and drives copiers and fax machines are examples of nonlinear loads. Can cause communication errors, overheating and hardware damage.


Ferrups Rack mount

Ferrups Series:
For manufacturing process control, servers, banking & security & telecommunications
systems

Ideal for water treatment plants and public utilities. The Powerware FERRUPS UPS delivers unmatched reliability in configurable power protection for computers and telecommunications equipment. Patented Ferro resonant technology delivers "bulletproof" power protection and is ideal for banking and security systems, manufacturing process control, servers, and telecommunications equipment. Ranges from 500VA to 18KVA.

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MGE Series:
Nova AVR, Evolution, Pulsar EX RT, Pulsar EX, Pulsar MX, EX RT

Discontinued Products: Please contact Bomara for reconditioned units, service, or replacement units or visit our Powerware UPS Series 9 Products

Powerware (Eaton) bought the MGE single phase UPS product line. Same product line, Nova AVR, Evolution, Pulsar EX RT, Pulsar EX, Pulsar MX, EX RT.




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