uninterruptible power management

Single Phase UPS-MF1103B6

Key Features & Application


  • True double-conversion
  • Microprocessor control optimizes reliability
  • Input power factor correction
  • Output power factor 0.8
  • Wide input voltage (110 V – 300 V)
  • Converter mode available
  • ECO mode for energy saving
  • Generator compatible
  • Charger capacity expansion to 6A for long-run models
  • Smart SNMP works well with either USB or RS-232 together
  • Comprehensive display allows easy monitoring and access of UPS status
Capacity 3KVA / 2.4KW
Voltage Range  110-300 VAC (Based on load at 50%),160-280VAC (based on load at 100%)
Frequency Range 40Hz  ~ 70 Hz
Phase Single Phase IN/ Single Phase OUT
Power Factor ≧ 0.99 @ Nominal Voltage (100% load)
Output Voltage 200/208/220/230/240VAC
Voltage Regulation  ± 1%
Frequency Range (Synchronized Range) 47~ 53 Hz or 57 ~ 63 Hz
Frequency Range (Batt. Mode) 50 Hz or 60Hz ± 0.1 Hz
Overload 100%~110%:audible warning 110%~130%: UPS shut down in 30 seconds at battery mode or transfer to bypass when the utility is normal ; >130%:UPS shuts down immediately at battery mode or transfer to bypass mode when the utility is normal
Current Crest Ratio 3:1
Harmonic Distortion ≦ 3 % THD (Linear Load) , ≦ 6 % THD (Non-linear Load)
Transfer Time AC to DC Zero
Inverter to Bypass 4 ms (Typical)
Waveform (Batt. Mode) Pure Sinewave
To AC Mode 90%
To Battery Mode 89%
Internal Battery Battery Type 12 V / 7 AH
Numbers 6Nos
Typical Recharge Time 4 hours recover to 90% capacity
Charging Current (max.) 1.0 A
Charging Voltage 82.1 VDC ±1%
LCD or LED Load level, Battery level, AC mode, Battery mode, Bypass mode, and Fault indicators
Battery Mode Sounding every 4 seconds
Low Battery Sounding every second
Overload Sounding twice every second
Fault Continously sounding
Standard Model Dimension,  W X D X H (mm) 190x 419 x 318
Net Weight (kgs) 28Kg
Humidity 20-90 % RH @ 0- 40°C (non-condensing)
Noise Level Less than 50dBA @ 1 Meter
Smart RS-232/USB Supports Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/2008/7/8, Linux, Unix, and MAC
Optional SNMP Power management from SNMP manager and web browser