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Tripp Lite SMARTONLINE SV SERIES 60KVA SMALL-FRAME MODULAR SCALABLE 3-PHASE ON-LI

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  • Tripp Lite
  • 38222784
  • SV60KS3P0B
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Ordering Information
$39,915.92
$15,354.79 (38%)

$24,561.13 
  • Provides 54kW power
  • Surge Suppression is Yes
Supports 208/120V or 220/127V AC 50/60Hz Wye 4-wire plus Earth hardwire input and output wiring. Dual hardwire input design enables operation from up to 2 power sources. Network-grade sine-wave AC output with 1% output voltage regulation and less than 2% output total harmonic distortion. Tested to UL 1778 (U.S.), CSA (Canada) and NOM (Mexico) standards. High 0.9 power factor offers higher kW output than lower-rated competing legacy designs.

Allows full remote access for power monitoring, configuration, control and email notifications via secure web browser, SNMP, telnet or SSH. Supports 10/100 Mbps auto-sensing for communication with an Ethernet network. Optional EnviroSense2 sensors (sold separately) enable site monitoring of temperature, humidity and contact-closure status. No Java required.

Modular configuration with hot-swappable power and battery modules enables easy, fast maintenance with zero downtime. Comes fully configured for 60kVA total capacity or 40kVA with N+1 fault tolerance. Supports external ±120VDC battery options for extended runtimes.

Up to 98% efficiency in optional economy mode to lower operating and cooling costs.

Enables full continuous online operation during brownouts as low as 121V and overvoltages up to 253V. Regulates output voltage within 1% of the selected nominal output voltage in on-line double-conversion mode.

Provides for less than 3% input total harmonic distortion (THDi) to support 1:1 generator sizing and prevent the need to oversize generator systems relative to UPS capacity.

Keep connected equipment operational during routine maintenance or critical power module failure.