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Panamax BATT1500-EXT Battery Extension Pack for F1500-UPS and MB1500

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Original price $854.95 - Original price $854.95
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Panamax BATT1500-EXT External Battery Extension Pack for F1500-UPS and MB1500

Condition: New

The PFPower external battery pack (BATT1500-EXT) is designed for variety of Panamax and Furman UPS systems.
When combined with the UPS, the battery pack provides extended runtime with a 48V DC external connection.

Form Factor - 2U configuration supports both rack and tower mounting.
Metal Housing - Rigid metal construction allows for placement in areas with a demanding environment.
Power On/Off Switch - Local power switch for manual reset & control.
Back-panel fuse - User replaceable fuse which is easily accessed from the rear panel.
Compatible with Furman F1500-UPS and Panamax MB1500.

AC Power
2U Rack, 17" x 19" x 3.5"
Weight: 70lbs
Sealed Maintenance Free Lead Acid Battery:
Interface: PP75
Operating Temperature:
32F to 104F (0C to 40C)
Operating Relative Humidity: 0 to 95%
Safety Approvals
FCC Class B certified, cUL, UL1778
RoHS: RoHS Compliant
Warranty: 2 year warranty

Two adjustible length rack mounting rails and hardware
Two front mounting ears
One user's manual basic operation guide

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