SPECIALLY ENGINEERED FOR DATA CENTER OPERATIONS:
Zero Surge Inc. introduces a unique surge suppression filter solution specially engineered for data center operations to shield uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and connected rack-mounted equipment and sensitive electronics from dangerously high and damaging surge energy let-through. These power quality filters (Model IR-2U-30T-120) are designed to overcome the minimal surge protection found in most UPS units and ultimately can deliver failure-free service during surges and eliminate the potential for loss or corruption of critical stored data. They have been certified for worst-case surge endurance
The filters integrate patented Total Surge Cancellation (TSC) technology designed to ensure absolutely no let-through of surge energy. They additionally will remove any EMI/RFI fluctuations from power lines that otherwise could disrupt signals and degrade equipment over time.
Standard filters (30 amp capacity for 2 rack units and 120V applications) integrate a 30 amp locking plug and receptacle to avoid any possibility of accidental or inadvertent power disconnect. Custom solutions can be developed to satisfy particular application requirements. All filters are covered by an industry-leading 10-year warranty.
Contact Donna De Vico, Zero Surge Inc., 889 State Route 12, Frenchtown, NJ 08825. Phone: 800-996-6696 (toll-free). Email: ddevico@ZeroSurge.com. Web: www.ZeroSurge.com
Zero Surge Inc. manufactures USA-made non-degrading panel mount, plug-in, and OEM power quality filters that suppress worst-case surges and perform EMI/RFI power line conditioning. The products eliminate the surge damage and equipment loss often experienced with sacrificial metal oxide varistor (MOV) type surge suppressors. Zero Surge units have been installed in corporations, medical facilities, universities, utilities, banks, and ocean vessels, as well as in military, government, manufacturing, retail, and residential applications. In business since 1989, there have been no reports of surge failures, fires, or product recalls in the company's history.