fit-Uptime UPS

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Tiny UPS for Mini PC’s

fit-Uptime works similar to an external battery pack/charger with one major improvement – very fast output switching between line power and battery backup.

So when grid power is lost and later resumed it will go unnoticed by the PC.

No drivers or software to install. No intervention with the normal operation of the PC. No system re-testing required. fit-Uptime can protect your mini-PC immediately out-of-the-box. You do not even need to charge it.

 

Specifications

  • Capacity: 18 watt hour
  • Input: DC 12V to 19V
  • Output on battery: DC 12V / 5A
  • Output when powered: 12V to 19V (same as input) / 5A
  • Battery: Lithium polymer built-in non-replaceable
  • Dimensions: 6.8 cm (l) x 8 cm (w) x 3.2 cm (h)
  • Weight: 240g
  • Plug/jack dimensions: 5.5mm x 2.5mm barrel
  • Warranty: 5 years

Savings during development:

less testing, shorter time-to-market

Regression testing for sudden power loss and taking measures to protect the system against anything from file-system corruption to bricking: This is one of the most difficult stages in development of a new system.

With fit-Uptime you can skip that and just assume your mini-PCs will simply not lose power. In other words – you can assume power related MTTF to be long enough to neglect.

For projects of up to 1000 computers – fit-Uptime usually pays for itself just by reducing software development time and allowing quicker time-to-market.

Abrupt power loss has many hidden costs. By addressing it, fit-Uptime can save costs throughout the entire lifecycle of the product.

  •  Power loss is a critical asynchronous event that requires exhaustive system testing before fielding. fit-Uptime allows a reduction in testing and shorter time-to-market.
  • fit-Uptime increases MTBF and reduces RMA and truck rolls.
  • fit-Uptime greatly improves system availability and dependability

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