Borri B300 Series

Borri B300

On-Line Double Conversion UPS, the B300 is a physically small On-Line Double Conversion UPS, which is ideal for office use as it is free standing and not rack mounted. Simply put, ‘double conversion’ means the mains supply is rectified to a clean DC voltage and rebuilt into a very clean and regulated AC voltage, this means at all times your critical load runs from this clean no break supply.

The B300 offers a competitive price and comes as standard with a number of key features. It offers an RS232, USB port, LCD screen, battery extension options, battery monitoring, no-break supply, static switch and comms slot for SNMP/Relays or electrically isolated communication.

A big advantage offered by the B300, 6kVA to 10kVA is that by using a Parallel cable with the machines they can be linked together to form a parallel or N+1 system. The parallel feature offers the opportunity to either have a Parallel redundant system or the option to expand the UPS power as the network grows.

When running a parallel system, it allows for the batteries or a UPS to be removed without disturbance to the load (known as hot-swap). The main strength of this is that the backup system can remain online without interruption. Up to three machines can be connected in this way making the B300 a flexible and versatile solution.

The SNMP agent can be located up to 5 metres away from the UPS, providing easy access to the data should the UPS be in a hard to reach area. A suitable terminal application is installed at the initial configuration, allowing the UPS status to be remotely observed (e.g. Hyperterminal for Windows).

The embedded HTTP server presents an HTML interface to the network, which can be accessed from any web browser. All system parameters can be configured from here, including scheduled shutdowns. A sophisticated Java applet provides full monitoring in real time along with comprehensive event and history logs.

Parallel or N+1
A big advantage offered by the B300, 6kVA to 10kVA is that by using a Parallel cable with the machines they can be linked together to form a parallel or N+1 system. The parallel feature offers the opportunity to either have a Parallel redundant system or the option to expand the UPS power as the network grows. When running a parallel system, it allows for the batteries or a UPS to be removed without disturbance to the load (known as hot-swap). The main strength of this is that the backup system can remain online without interruption. Up to three machines can be connected in this way making the B300 a flexible and versatile solution.