The M750L Medical-Grade UPS from CyberPower delivers clean, consistent backup power to sensitive medical equipment in hospitals and healthcare facilities. Designed for use in patient care environments, the M750L has been tested to meet UL 60601-1 requirements and includes hospital-grade plugs and outlets. It also features a built-in isolation transformer to help minimize current leakage and eliminate line noise, plus a tip-resistant mini-tower design, replaceable batteries, and a sealed, spray-resistant LCD panel.
The M750L comes equipped with an output capacity of 750 VA / 600W, an input voltage range of 90-150 VAC @ 60 Hz, Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) to help correct minor power fluctuations, and also has integrated circuitry for EMI/RFI filters. The integrated LCD panel lets you monitor real-time UPS and battery vitals, alerting users to potential problems before they can affect critical equipment and cause downtime.
When running with a full load, this UPS can power devices for up to 12 minutes. When running with a half load, it can power devices for up to 30 minutes. It can be recharged up to 90% in around 8 hours and offers six total NEMA 5-15R-HG outlets, all of which are equipped with battery and surge protection and can absorb up to 1445 joules for keeping your devices safe against surges and spikes. Other connections offered are a NEMA 5-15P-HG input plug with a 6' cord, serial, and USB Type-B.
CyberPower's M750L Medical-Grade UPS is covered by a limited 3-year warranty, which covers the UPS and its batteries, and a limited lifetime $400,000 connected equipment guarantee. Included is a USB Type-B to Type-A cable and a serial cable. PowerPanel Business Edition UPS management software is available as a free download, which requires minimal system resources and monitors the status of the UPS to ensure it is working properly. When a power outage does occur, this software automatically saves open files and powers down the system into hibernation mode.
Please note that this UPS is not intended for use in critical care or life support applications.