Kasir Networks® DC Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS)

Kasir Networks® DC UPS Product Concept


In case of power outage, an ADSL device or a router can take 1 to 4 minutes to restart and reconnect. Kasir Networks® DC UPS will provide interim power to a device for a time of 1 to 4 hours, depending on power consumption, until the main power source is available. When power is on, the built-in lithium ion batteries will recharge. The battery could be upgraded to last longer. End result is connection will have zero interruption down-time in case of power outages.


Product Description


Kasir Networks® DC UPS is a state-of-the-art device that has been specifically designed for the local market and built using high quality components. It is supplied with an AC power input that is converted to DC power to recharge the built-in lithium batteries, which in turn provide backup power supply in case of a power outage. It delivers a DC power output to connect directly to a device.

 

What Devices Can Kasir Networks® DC UPS Used With?


Kasir Networks® DC UPS is ideal for use with any device that requires power input of up to 24W, such as:

  1.  Routers
  2.  ADSLs
  3.  Switches
  4.  Wireless links
  5.  CCTV Cams

Benefits:

  1.     Light weight
  2.     Compact design
  3.     Easy to store and relocate
  4.     Power saving
  5.     Keeps your routers, switches, ADSLs, and access points ON


List of Available Products:

  •    Model no.: KN09-090060-2 "9V – 0.6A DC UPS, 1 Li-ion 2000mAH- 3.7V"
  •    Model no.: KN12-012100-2 "12V – 1A DC UPS, 2 in-series Li-ion 2000mAH- 7.4V"
  •    Model no.: KN24-024100-2  "24V – 1A DC UPS with Power over Ethernet (PoE), 4 in-series Li-ion 2000mAH- 4.8V"
     

Runtime Test Data with a Full-charged Battery

 

KN09-090060-2 KN12-012100-2 KN24-024100-2
Device   Runtime (hr) Device Runtime (hr) Device Runtime (hr)
Router TP Link 150Mbps WR740N 4 Switch 8 Ports Eusso 5 Mikrotik SXT G 7
Router TP Link 300Mbps WR841N 2.5 Router Asus 150Mbps RT-N10E 6 UBNT Power Bridge M5 2.5


Runtime data is specific to the devices used, power and other test conditions. The actual runtime can vary depending on devic and local power specifics.