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BPS12 Battery Power Supply. December 2003 Page 2 Better Than Standard UPS systems Longer battery life –unique charging scheme DC power output –instead.

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1 BPS12 Battery Power Supply

2 December 2003 Page 2 Better Than Standard UPS systems Longer battery life –unique charging scheme DC power output –instead of ac –better for communications applications UPS can be unreliable No specialized wiring required All at about the same price

3 December 2003 Page 3 BPS12 and the MX Provides battery backup for MX systems Provides PoE for MX1200 No software installation required MX will shut down gracefully –when dc voltage drops to a certain level BPS12 MX250

4 December 2003 Page 4 View Status Through Admin UI Admin UI shows status Sends Syslog message

5 December 2003 Page 5 Reliability and Longevity High quality lead acid batteries Sophisticated charging scheme BPS12 disconnects outputs –if equipment continues to draw power when the batteries are discharged –prolongs battery life Fans activate only when required 3 year warranty standard

6 December 2003 Page 6 Simple to Install Front, mid, or rear mount in a 19" rack Uses standard ac power in the network room –no specialized wiring Inhibit switch on the BPS12 –allows outputs to be disconnected –safely connect to your network devices

7 December 2003 Page 7 BPS12 Applications The BPS12 provides backup power power to any device that requires –48 Vdc power

8 December 2003 Page 8 BPS12 Capacity Nominal output voltage of –48Vdc 12 amp hours (12 Ah) –12 A (at 48 V) for one hour! 600 W continuous 900 W peak

9 December 2003 Page 9 BPS12 Backup Duration Minimum of 1 hour –for a 500 watt device Minimum of 6 hours –for a 100 watt device

10 December 2003 Page 10 BPS12 Outputs 6 separately fused outputs –each can deliver a maximum output of 8 A Total output current is limited to 12 A –protected with a master fuse

11 December 2003 Page 11 BPS12 Concatenation Concatenate multiple BPS12 systems –to obtain longer backup time Two systems provide 24 Ah –maximum current remains unchanged

12 December 2003 Page 12 BPS12 Status and Alarm 3 LEDs –Power shows charging or discharging –Load indicates the overall power draw on the system. –Status shows multiple conditions such as when the inhibit switch is active Buzzer provides –audible alarm to indicate critical events

13 December 2003 Page 13 BPS12 Physical Attributes Dimensions –19” rack mountable, 3 RU (130 mm) –430 mm (w) x 380 mm (d) x 130 mm (h) –17” (w) x 15” (d) x 5.25” (h) Weight 27 kg (60 lb) Shipping weight 30 kg (66 lb)

14 December 2003 Page 14 Why you should not use a UPS, 1 UPS provides ac output –not appropriate for telecommunications equipment –unnecessary complexity MX250 can detect 48 V is discharged –automatically shuts down safely –not possible with a UPS Comparable UPS requires Vac –maybe costly install –BPS uses standard ac outlet BPS12 can be concatenated for longer backup –not possible with UPS

15 December 2003 Page 15 Why you should not use a UPS, 2 Comparable UPS weighs twice BPS12 –difficult to transport and install BPS12 has three year warranty –comparable UPS has one year or two year warranty Standard UPS is heavy Look how easy it is with the BPS12

16 December 2003 Page 16 BPS12 Summary Reliable and industrial unit –compatible with any device requiring –48 Vdc Simple to install Essential part of communications system –maintains phone operation during ac outage –should be sold with every MX system


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