Ruggedized UPS serves in harsh physical, electrical environments.
January 18, 2013 -
Designed for worldwide deployment, Rugged-UPS™ ACG3000 offers clean AC or DC power to protect communications and surveillance equipment from shutdowns or data loss. MPU-controlled unit produces 3,000 VA/2,400 W of nominal 115 Vac output from input range of 80–265 Vac, 47–440 Hz. True on-line, double conversion UPS continually creates pure sine wave AC output from DC bus, protecting sensitive equipment from surges, spikes, brownouts, blackouts, and noise. DC output options are available.
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Acumentrics Boosts Rups Power Output for Harsh Physical and Electrical Environments
Rugged-UPS™ 3000 uniquely suited for use in demanding applications
(WESTWOOD, MA) – Designed for worldwide deployment in harsh physical and electrical environments, Acumentrics’ Rugged-UPS™ ACG3000 offers clean AC or DC power to protect communications and surveillance equipment from shutdowns or data loss.
The ACG3000 produces 3000VA/2400W of nominal 115 VAC output from an input range of 80 VAC to 265 VAC / 47 Hz to 440Hz. This wide voltage and frequency tolerance enables users to power-up with field generators in any international power standard to provide seamless active power-factor correction and clean, reliable AC power. What's more, this true on-line, double conversion uninterruptible power supply continually creates a pure sine wave AC output from a DC bus, protecting sensitive equipment from surges, spikes, brownouts, blackouts, and noise. Additionally, DC output options are available.
The unique Flo-thru™ heatsink design provides maximum cooling while sealing components from the damaging effects of water, airborne particles, and other contaminants in the operating environment. Lithium-Ion or low-maintenance, valve-regulated lead acid batteries are enclosed in a user replaceable battery pack for rapid, hot-swap field replacement. The Lithium-Ion pack offers a lighter weight energy source with longer shelf life and cycle life.
With a rated operating temperature range of -18°C to +50°C (0°F – 122°F), the ACG3000 is the product of choice for high power in extreme environments. It also meets accepted military standards for electromagnetic interference (MIL-STD 461-F), shock (MIL-S-901-D), and vibration (MIL-STD-810-G).
The microprocessor-controlled, ACG3000 is also equipped with a 9-pin communication port for user interface and remote monitoring. Optional features include: Transit case, Rackmount Kit, Extended Run Battery Pack, and Simple Network Management Protocol, an Internet-standard protocol for managing devices on IP networks.
Acumentrics Holding Corporation, headquartered in Westwood, Massachusetts, consists of two wholly-owned subsidiaries: Acumentrics RUPS (Rugged Uninterruptible Power Supplies) and Acumentrics SOFC (Solid Oxide Fuel Cells). The RUPS subsidiary is a trusted market leader in rugged AC and DC power sources for harsh and combat environments as well as heavy-duty industrial applications. RUPS products provide clean power conditioning and battery backup when reliability is mission-critical. In business since 1994, Acumentrics is a preferred supplier of US-made power electronics to most of the world’s largest prime defense contractors.
The SOFC subsidiary develops and manufactures a line of clean, reliable electric power generators with DC or AC outputs up to 10kW. These electrical power generators apply a proprietary tubular, ceramics-based fuel cell technology to serve remote, off grid and military applications. Acumentrics generators efficiently convert commonly available propane, natural gas or liquid fuels directly to electricity without combustion.
Acumentrics Holding Corporation is an ISO 9001:2008-certified company. For more information, please visit www.acumentrics.com, or call 800-332-0277 or +1-781-461-8251.
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Could you please let me know whether this UPS can operate with humidity up to 98% non-condensing at 30 degree C and 95% at 40 degree C?
Tom Chow on Sep 6, 2013 10:50
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Hi Tom, my suggestion is that you call Steve Corbesero of Acumentrics, who can answer anyh of your questions. He can be reached at 781-461-8251. Or email him at
By Art Sesnovich on Sep 10, 2013 17:46