The field proven Rugged Power™ UPS line is ideally suited for military, industrial, computer and telecommunications applications requiring high reliability, rugged construction, compact size and light weight design. These units are equally suited for use in shipboard, airborne, vehicular, field deployed or fixed locations with controlled or uncontrolled environments. The “ETI0001-1230AA” is being used by the US Navy as the power source for critical ship systems because of the stringent performance and reliability requirements.

The heavy-duty chassis, occupying only 5.25”(3U) by 23.5” depth, has rounded metal corners and rugged handles front and rear, aiding in safe handling. Internally, all major components are well secured and electrically insulated to prevent damage due to shock and vibration.

The internal shielded input transformer provides galvanic isolation with provisions for domestic (115 VAC, CONUS) and optionally for international (230 VAC, OCONUS) input voltages. The input switch and the galvanic isolation transformer all provide a double pole isolated source for all installations including shipboard systems or overseas locations where phase references and grounding are not consistent.  Special EMI/RFI filters and input power factor correction minimize both input current and harmonics.

The unit also operates as a frequency converter, taking 46-70 hertz input and converting it to clean, uninterruptible 60 hertz power. A frequency selection switch is available for those sites requiring 50 hertz output instead of the standard 60 hertz. Optionally, 46-440 hertz input as well as 400 hertz output are available.

The LED arrays keep the operator informed as to the unit’s status including load and battery levels. The high intensity audible alarm can be heard in high noise environments. All controls and protective devices are brought to the front and rear panels with critical switches having finger guards. Further, all front panel devices are recessed to prevent damage or accidental operation.

The rear panel provides locking connectors for the input and output power. Multiple input and output power panel options are available. A removable and washable intake air filter and high capacity stainless steel ball bearing fan provide added protection in both controlled and hostile environments. The air is drawn from the rear and exhaust air is diverted out the front vent, with alternate air flow directions optional. The external battery connector allows the safe and easy addition of extra battery modules without having to shut the unit down. The batteries are maintenance free with immobilized electrolyte and are constructed of flame retardant materials. For more information, see the Battery Technology section. The unit also operates as a frequency converter, taking 46-70 hertz input and converting it to 50 hertz power. A frequency selection switch is available for those sites requiring 60 hertz output instead of the standard 50 hertz. The Status connector provides an  interface with optional computer software providing loss of AC and low battery status as well as remote shut down capability.

See the Power Distribution Units section for a listing of stand alone PDUs. See the N5 Series section for versions of UPS with an integrated PDU and remote control.

Overall, the Military Power line is uniquely qualified for critical shipboard, vehicle, airborne or land based systems combining advanced modular design features with highly reliable construction.

ETI0001-1230AA, 1500 VA Rugged Mil Spec AN/SQQ-89A UPS

NSN: 6130-01-553-1436
Rugged Mil Spec® 1500 VA Rackmount Tactical UPS

  • US Navy AN/SQQ-89A Integrated Surface Ship ASW Combat System
  • Military Power® Isolated UPS
  • Modular Power System

The field proven Rugged Power™ UPS line is ideally suited for military, industrial, computer and telecommunications applications requiring high reliability, rugged construction, compact size and light weight design. These units are equally suited for use in shipboard, airborne, vehicular, field deployed or fixed locations with controlled or uncontrolled environments. The "ETI0001-1230AA" is being used by the US Navy as the power source for critical ship systems because of the stringent performance and reliability requirements.

The heavy-duty chassis, occupying only 5.25”(3U) by 23.5” depth, has rounded metal corners and rugged handles front and rear, aiding in safe handling. Internally, all major components are well secured and electrically insulated to prevent damage due to shock and vibration.

The internal shielded input transformer provides galvanic isolation with provisions for domestic (115 VAC, CONUS) and optionally for international (230 VAC, OCONUS) input voltages. The input switch and the galvanic isolation transformer all provide a double pole isolated source for all installations including shipboard systems or overseas locations where phase references and grounding are not consistent.  Special EMI/RFI filters and input power factor correction minimize both input current and harmonics.

The unit also operates as a frequency converter, taking 46-70 hertz input and converting it to clean, uninterruptible 60 hertz power. A frequency selection switch is available for those sites requiring 50 hertz output instead of the standard 60 hertz. Optionally, 46-440 hertz input as well as 400 hertz output are available.

The LED arrays keep the operator informed as to the unit's status including load and battery levels. The high intensity audible alarm can be heard in high noise environments. All controls and protective devices are brought to the front and rear panels with critical switches having finger guards. Further, all front panel devices are recessed to prevent damage or accidental operation.

The rear panel provides locking connectors for the input and output power. Multiple input and output power panel options are available. A removable and washable intake air filter and high capacity stainless steel ball bearing fan provide added protection in both controlled and hostile environments. The air is drawn from the rear and exhaust air is diverted out the front vent, with alternate air flow directions optional. The external battery connector allows the safe and easy addition of extra battery modules without having to shut the unit down. The batteries are maintenance free with immobilized electrolyte and are constructed of flame retardant materials. For more information, see the Battery Technology section. The unit also operates as a frequency converter, taking 46-70 hertz input and converting it to 50 hertz power. A frequency selection switch is available for those sites requiring 60 hertz output instead of the standard 50 hertz. The Status connector provides an  interface with optional computer software providing loss of AC and low battery status as well as remote shut down capability.

See the Power Distribution Units section for a listing of stand alone PDUs. See the N5 Series section for versions of UPS with an integrated PDU and remote control.

Overall, the Military Power line is uniquely qualified for critical shipboard, vehicle, airborne or land based systems combining advanced modular design features with highly reliable construction.

Additional information

Weight 105 lbs
Dimensions 5.25 × 19 × 23.5 in

Technical Specifications

ETI0001-1230AA
NSN: 6130-01-553-1436

AC OUTPUT
Output voltage: 120 VAC true sinewave standard, up to 600 VAC optional
Output rating: UPS 1500 VA 0.65-0.75 pf standard including DC output
Non-linear load capacity: UPS Up to 100% non-linear load capability w/o derating
Output voltage regulation: UPS ± 3.0% static regulation of nominal
± 4.0% dynamic (0 to 50% load step)
Overload surge capacity: UPS 110% for 10 minutes; 125% for 30 seconds
Harmonic distortion: UPS Less than 5.0% into 100% non-linear load
Output frequency: UPS 60 Hz ± 1.0% independent of input frequency
50, 400 or 1000 Hz output available as an option
Operational status Status, load and battery LEDs, w/contacts
+90 dB audible alarm, alarm on/off inhibited
AC INPUT
Input voltage selection: Nominal 115 VAC, optional autoranging input of 85-270 VAC
Input voltage tolerance: UPS 85-135 VAC @ full load without using battery, to 70 VAC @ 75% load
Input frequency: From 46 Hz to 70 Hz standard, optional to 440 Hz
Input power factor: Better than 99% typically
Input/output isolation: 2000 VA, up to 120 dB common mode, <1.0 mA leakage
Input transient suppression: Complies with IEEE 587 and UL 1449
Input control/protection: Guarded 2 pole circuit breaker CB1 plus secondary CB2
Guarded cold start S2 to turn on w/o AC present
Input power connections: One MS 3102E16S-10P, 3 pin, locking
INTERNAL BATTERY
Internal battery type: Maintenance free immobilized electrolyte,
Flame retardant materials (Oxygen Index 28+)
Internal battery life: Rated for continuous service life of 5 years
Internal DC protection: Front panel mounted circuit breaker CB3
Battery expansion: Up to 24 hours w/ Battery Expansion Modules
DISTRIBUTION PANEL
Output circuits: Six (6)  AC outputs standard
Output control: Optional remote control panel w/rocker switches
Output receptacles: AC output MS3472L12-3SY locking standard, various options
MECHANICAL
Dimensions (H x D x W): UPS 5.25 (3U) x 23.5 x 19.0 in (133 x 597 x 483 mm)
Rack Slide Mount Patterns: Jonathan, General Devices patterns, others optional
Alternate Mounting Options: Table, Wall, Floor, Portable, Horizontal/Vertical
Unit weight: UPS 105 lb. (48 kg) UPS with lift handles front and rear
Audible noise: Less than 47 dB @ 5.0 ft., ANSI “A” scale
Cooling type: High capacity, positive pressure, forced air
Cooling air direction: Rear intake, exhaust to front, others optional
Air intake filter: Washable metal filter media, others optional
ENVIRONMENTAL
Storage temperature: -40° to 158° F ambient (-40° to 70° C) with fully charged batteries
Operating temperature: -4° to 131° F ambient ( -20° to 55° C), lower/ higher optional
Operating humidity: 0 to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
Storage elevation: Up to 40,000 ft (12,192 m)
Operating elevation: Up to 15,000 ft (4,572 m), higher optional
STANDARDS
United States: Meets UL-1778 standard for UPS equipment,
MIL STDs 167-1, 454, 810, 901D Grade A, 1399-300A & 2000
Canada: CSA C22.2 No. 107 UPS safety requirements
EMI Protection: EMI/RFI FCC Part 15, Class A; EN55022; MIL STD 461

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