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NET POWER
  • Vista frontale NetPower 1500
  • Vista posteriore della versione NPW1500
  • Retro della versione NPW1000
Power Range: 600 - 2000 VA
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600-2000 VA

Net Power is a line interactive UPS system protecting computers, peripherals, and home entertainment equipment against both power failures and mains fluctuations.

Available in a power range of 600-2000 VA, it provides additional protection thanks to sophisticated automatic voltage stabilisation technology which filters the mains supply and reduces the risk of sags, surges, and brownouts. Cold Start feature enables the UPS to be turned on without the need for mains supply.

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Net Power offers your computers, small office IT systems, and home entertainment devices the added protection of automatic voltage stabilisation technology. This single-phase line interactive UPS offers battery backup in case of power failure, as well as safeguarding against unstable mains supply by balancing out any sags, surges, or brownouts. 

It comes equipped with a Cold Start function that enables the UPS to power up even in the absences of any mains supply. 

Built-in battery testing enhances overall system reliability. While this plug and play tower-style unit is suitable for installation on a desk, shelves, or floor. It comes with two IEC cables for powering the loads. 

The Net Power series is fully-compatible with Riello UPS’s advanced PowerShield3 communications software, which makes it easy to safely shut down any connected equipment when there are issues with the mains supply.

  • Automatic voltage stabilisation reduces the risk of sags, surges, and brownouts
  • Cold Start capability enables operation without any mains supply
  • Built-in battery testing for added reliability

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