Falcon Introduces New Generation USHA SNMP/HTTP Agent UPS Remote Management Card

 Falcon Electric’s new generation USHA IX901 SNMP/HTTP Agent ensures secure remote UPS monitoring, management and computer shutdown from any workstation.  It is compatible with Falcon’s SSG, SSG-RP and Outdoor UPS systems. UPS Remote Management Card Highlights: Real-time UPS Monitoring Flexible Configuration Event Notification and Scheduling Read datasheet and specifications for more details.

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Falcon’s SL LiFePO4 Lithium Iron Phosphate UPS Wins Control Engineering 2022 Award

Falcon’s SL LiFePO4 Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) has won the 2022 Control Engineering Engineers’ Choice Finalist in the awards competition.  For over 65 years, Control Engineering magazine has been recognized as a trusted resource for engineers.  Control Engineering states that the awards highlight “some of the best new control instrumentation and automation products” chosen by…

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A UPS for All Seasons

Falcon SSG Industrial/Outdoor UPS Models: The next time you are traveling in adverse weather conditions, consider the fact that many traffic signs reporting current conditions on a toll way or freeway are backed up in the event of a loss of utility power, by an uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Not just any UPS, but one…

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Falcon MilCOTS UPS & Frequency/Phase Converter Solutions for Military and Non-Military Applications

Falcon Electric’s long-life, field-proven online UPS and frequency/phase converters have been trusted and deployed by the U.S. military for over 30 years.  The U.S. Air Force, for example, specifically selects Falcon’s MilCOTS products due to their rock-solid, reliable power for critical equipment inside aircrafts.  We deliver rapid solutions through our flexible design topologies. Key Features…

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Industrial UPS for Equipment in High Temperature

Summer heat can cause damage to computerized equipment and compromise reliable equipment operation.  This is a simple fact and yet there are misconceptions that cause users to purchase the wrong UPS battery backup to protect critical equipment, especially applications located in areas subject to high temperature. Fact: A Standard UPS (rated 32° to 104°F /…

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