Review of Falcon’s Industrial UPSs
Industrial UPSs are a necessity in protecting critical applications. Falcon’s SSG Industrial UPS (wide and ultra-wide temperature models) have been reviewed and endorsed by editors worldwide:
Consulting Specifying Engineer (CSE) – 2016 Product of the Year Finalist
Falcon’s SSG Industrial Wide-temperature UPS, 4 to 6kva, won CSE’s Product of the Year Finalist Award. The annual Reader’s Choice awards provide CSE’s readers with information about top new products in their fields. Read Full Review
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Plant Engineering – 2015 Product of the Year Finalist
“The product designers and product managers who deliver this year’s roster of innovations are at the end of a long journey that began by listening to plant personnel, and by turning those ideas into products to improve the way we work…We’re pleased to honor Falcon Electric as Finalist in the 2015 Product of the Year Awards” Read Full Review
Consulting Specifying Engineer (CSE) – 2015 Product of the Year Finalist
Falcon’s FN Redundant N+1 UPS was awarded CSE’s Product of the Year Finalist for 2015. This is an honor since CSE magazine sets high engineering standards and is written by engineers and industry professionals. Read Full Review
Government Computer News (GCN) – Product Review
“The SSGKRP-1 has a surprising amount of technology packed into it for a UPS. Yet, it’s able to support those impressive internal components in environments that would kill most computers. It’s a UPS with brains and brawn — and more than a little endurance. It’s kind of like the Navy SEAL of the UPS world, which is why we chose it as our GCN product of the month for August.” John Breeden II, Lab Director, Government Computer News magazine
“Falcon Electric makes the best UPSs available, so we’ve standardized on them. What’s good enough for NATO, Lucent and General Atomics, is good enough for us.” – Robert Bruce Thompson
“If your work is worth anything, it’s worth protecting with a UPS, and Falcon is the best I know of. Highly recommended.” Dr. Jerry Pournelle, computer expert and columnist
Why is it critical to install an industrial UPS vs. an office-grade UPS?
Installing the wrong UPS for critical industrial applications is not a wise decision. Office-grade UPSs are simply unable to protect critical systems with the required high level of reliability, especially in harsh environments. Most on-line UPS models are designed for temperature-controlled environments and have an operating temperature range of only 32°F to 104°F.