What an uninterruptible power supply is used for
An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is an electrical device capable of maintaining the power supply should an electrical grid blackout occur. In that case, the power supply happens via a battery bank which stores energy to keep electrical equipment running, or from shutting down abruptly.
Bronson BPS provides reliable and stable backup power supply
Specifically designed for applications that require stable and uninterrupted power supply and where a power failure can cause damage to the equipment, or cause serious business disruption and data loss.
Also usable as home uninterruptible power supply, for example, as a backup power supply for a refrigerator.
Bronson BPS Series
Uninterruptible Power Supply
The Bronson BPS is designed to provide backup power supply in case of complete grid failure.
Rated capacity: 1kW, 2 kW and 3,5kW
Multiple European sockets with 230V output
European input plug
Compatible with lead acid batteries
Battery connector cables
Input voltage: 145V - 275V AC
Output voltage: 190 - 240V AC
Input voltage: 12V, 24V or 36V DC
Output voltage: 230V AC
Common Use Cases
Home appliances: refrigerator, freezer
Business devices: server, computers, cash register