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UPS in PC/104 footprint
18 July 2018, Computer/Embedded Technology, Power Electronics / Power Management

TBP4xxx modules from Tri-M Technologies are extended temperature, maintenance free, high cycling backup energy modules that, when combined with a Tri-M HESC or HPSC smart charging power solution, create a complete uninterruptible power system (UPS) in a PC/104 footprint.

The TBP4xxx is designed for hostile environments of extreme temperatures and vibration. This rugged backup energy module is ideal for applications that have either a large number of discharge cycles or where a ‘maintenance free’ solution is required, such as remote and hard-to-access locations.

The modules are available in 500, 1000, 2000 and 4000 Joules and mate directly to the bottom of HESC or HPSC power supplies. Designed to MIL standards, they can be fully charged in less than a minute, are capable of 500 000 cycles, and are immune to negative effects due to deep discharge.


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