Tripp Lite SmartPro SMART2200SLT

Mfg.Part: SMART2200SLT | CDW Part: 1195141 | UNSPSC: 39121011
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Product Details
  • UPS
  • External
  • 2200 VA power capacity
  • 6 min battery run time (up to)
  • 1.6 kW power provided
  • AC 120 V
  • 2 years warranty
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Main Features
  • UPS
  • External
  • 2200 VA power capacity
  • 6 min battery run time (up to)
  • 1.6 kW power provided
  • AC 120 V
  • 2 years warranty
The SMART2200SLT is a 2200VA line-interactive tower UPS system for server, networking and telecommunications equipment. Upright tower form factor. Offers sine wave 120V nominal output in both AC and battery modes. Switches to battery-derived AC output during power failures and extreme voltage variations. Line-interactive automatic voltage regulation (AVR) provides voltage boost/cut during brownouts/overvoltages to maintain regulated 120V nominal output over an input voltage range of 83-145V. Includes NEMA 5-20P input plug and 7 UPS-supported (6 x 5-15/20R & 1 L5-20R) output receptacles. Network-grade AC surge and noise suppression. Network management interfaces support simultaneous communications via USB port, DB9 serial port and SNMPWEBCARD slot. HID-compliant USB interface enables integration with built-in power management and auto shutdown features of Windows and Mac OS X. Supports simultaneous detailed monitoring of equipment load levels, self-test data and utility power conditions via all three network interfaces. Includes PowerAlert power management software and complete cabling. Three-stage metered current monitoring and battery charge status LEDs. Utility power and voltage regulation, and battery warning LEDs. Audible alarm. Self-test. Field-replaceable, hot-swappable internal batteries. Attractive all-black color scheme.

Tripp Lite SmartPro SMART2200SLT is rated4.00 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's OK.It's OK
Date published: 2019-09-29T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't even have to think about it.Someone asked me what I think about the Smart2200SLT used to provide protection and backup power for our Laboratory Instraments and associated computer system. I scratched my head, the fact is I don't think about it, ever, it just works. Installed in 2009 in central Florida where lightning results in numerous power interuptions every week, it has performed flawlessly for 4 years. It is so reliable and effective that power for our laboratory instraments is a non-issue. Annual testing shows it still provides a constant 10 amps for well over 20 min.
Date published: 2013-09-07T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We would buy the product againWe use it for our main server. We are glad to know that the systems will shut down properly with the extra time provided by the Tripp Lite and the automatic system shut down software.
Date published: 2017-09-05T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from excessive above spec noise levelSpecification for noise according to its PDF is < 50 dBA front side at 1 meter. Mine produces 50 dBA when its always-on 80mm fan is running at its minimum speed. The fan runs on high speed roughly 1/3 the time, low speed roughly 1/2 the time, and medium speed the rest. It determines what speed to run, on no particular basis I've been able to discern. Noise level here 1 meter from front is ~50 dBA on medium, and ~55 dBA on high, which is nearly triple the claimed noise level (3 dBA is a doubling of volume). On high it drowns out every other sound in this building unless I turn the stereo on quite loud or run the vacuum cleaner, laser printer or electric drill. This should have had either a 120mm fan that provides enough air at a considerably lower noise level, or a revised design that does not produce so much heat as to require so much airflow. Heat from fan's output is too low to be detectable to a hand placed adjacent. This UPS is clearly too loud for a home or professional office. It's like having a printer running non-stop.
Date published: 2016-10-29T00:00:00-04:00