600VA/300 Watts UPS is an uninterruptible power supply to provide emergency power to a load, and it is mainly used in computer, office equipment, test equipment, light system, safe alarm system, ray equipment, medical equipment, copymachine, numerical control machine tools, industrial automation equipment, color and drying equipment, Hi-Fi equipment etc.
600VA UPS Specification
||Input Voltage Range
|Nominal Input Voltage
||Norminal Output Voltage
|Output Voltage Range (Normal Mode)
|Output Voltage Range (Battery Mode)
||220V/230V/240V/110V/120V AC±10% (Modified Sine Wave)
|Output Frequency (Normal Mode)
||Synchronized (Sine Wave)
|Output Frequency (Battery Mode)
||Modified Sine Wave
|Batteries & Runtime
||Maintenance-free lead-acid battery
|Backup Time (full/half load)
||5 Minutes Backup time; for long backup mode, it depends on outside battery
|Typical Charge Time
||<12 hours (90%)
||LCD (NORMAL, FAULT, BATTERY, CHARGE, OVERLOAD)
||Automatic shut down when overload is within 110~130%
|Shut down after 300ms when above 130%
||Peak Ratio for Load
|Distortion Rate (full load) Linear Load
|Distortion Rate (full load) Non-linear Load
UPS Input Power Cables (Optional)
UPS Output Sockets (Optional)
Tips: What is an UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply)? And how it works?
UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) is system equipment that converts the direct current of battery to the utility power through dc-to-ac converter and other modular circuit of main engine by connecting storage battery (most are lead-acid maintenance free storage battery) to the main engine. It is mainly used for providing stable and continuous power supply to personal computers, computer network systems or other power electronic devices. Generally, the UPS has a wide range of capacity, like 600VA/300Watts, 1000VA/600Watts, etc. for different applications.
When the mains supply is normal, it will be provided for load use after the voltage stabilization by UPS. The uninterruptible power supply plays a role of an AC voltage regulator at this time. Meanwhile, it also recharges the battery inside. When the utility power fails (unscheduled interruption), the UPS will immediately supply the 110V/220V AC to the load by converting the DC power of the battery with help of the inverter, to make sure that the load can keep normal operation and to protect the load software and hardware from being damaged.