‘Micro Load Sense’ technology developed by Company’s in-house R&D intelligently supports small loads

Topnotch Infotronix, India’s leading supplier of products and accessories for Computers, Consumer Electronics and Communication under the brand ‘ZEBRONICS', has introduced its latest innovation, the Zeb-MLS750 UPS system with ‘micro-load sense’ technology (MLS), the first such UPS in the country.

The UPS has been designed and tested at Zebronics’ in-house R&D. In today’s digital-dependent environment, power fluctuations and failures represent lost revenue and productivity for any operation. While the Zeb-MLS750 system provides secure and reliable protection against incoming power faults as would any UPS, its unique feature is the MLS, an intelligently sensing technology which makes the UPS run optimally even when there are smaller loads connected to it. A normal UPS will automatically shut down if the load is below a certain rated threshold level, or will provide significantly reduced backup time. The MLS system helps the UPS run optimally and provide full backup for small loads.

According to Rajesh Doshi, co-founder and Director of Zebronics, “This is one of the first technological breakthroughs to have emerged from our team R&D since we set up a dedicated in-house R&D earlier this year. The unique MLS system will typically be useful for running low-power equipment like surveillance cameras and CCTV, medical equipment, broadcast studio equipment etc., that are critically required to be up round the clock. Our main focus is security systems, as small office or home security systems with fewer cameras and digital recorders need not invest in bigger inverters and UPS."

The ZEB-MLS750 UPS has an in-built microprocessor-controlled intelligent system that works over an extended voltage range of 140-300 volts and guarantees high-reliability. The 3-tier battery management feature prolongs battery life by more than 30%. Designed to be rogue-equipment connection proof, it can be connected to and adapts to generators or inverters supplying poor power-factor as well as obsolete square-wave output, converting to simulated sine-wave with a typical transfer time of just 4-8ms in the event of supply disruption. The UPS includes cold starting and automatic restart and offers audible as well as LED warning signals. It is completely protected against overload, discharge and overcharge, and its batteries can be charged in off-mode too.

Rated at a capacity of 600 VA, the UPS provided backup of more than three hours for micro power consumption devices in lab tests.

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