Icon List

Our recognizable PowerWalker Icons

PowerWalker Icon List

The following icon list should help every PowerWalker customer/ UPS user to recognize the special features that make our products so unique. After hovering through our icons you will get a brief description of the feature. Please be aware that further explanation can be achieved throught our Support Team.

Off-Line

The PowerWalker VFD Products (Voltage and Frequency Dependent), also known as Off-Line or Standy-by UPS, are the basic idea of an UPS. They can mainly protect your load against power interruptions.

Line-Interactive

The PowerWalker VI Products (Voltage Independent), also known as Line-Interactive UPS ensure uninterrupted and regulated output voltage.

On-Line

The PowerWalker VFI Products (Voltage and Frequency Independent), also known as On-Line UPS, always provide a clean power supply.

Inverter

Modern Inverters are sometimes called “Charger Systems” as they are also able to convert AC to DC power to charge batteries. A "UPS" with external batteries and slightly longer transfer times.

Monitoring Software

Many PowerWalker UPS Products have a monitoring software available. With the software you will get access to many additional features with no extra cost.

HID Power Device

Our PowerWalker UPS products our compatible with Human Interface Devices. They will be recognized as a battery backup without additional software (just like the battery of your laptop).

LCD

Most of our Products have a Liquid Crystal Display. This not only makes your experience easier, but also intuitive when setting up your UPS.

Unity Power Factor

Thanks to the available components in the UPS and modern technology, the UPS can balance the phases between real power and apparent power.

Automatic Voltage Regulator

The automatic voltage regulator, for a stabilized and safe output voltage supply. Provides clean, consistent AC power by automatically regulating low voltages and over voltages (within defined tolerances).

Pure Sine Wave

Pure sine wave (Output) can improve the performance and efficiency of the connected equipment, or it will just let it work properly (prevent unexpected shutdowns and electronic-damaging stress).

Tower/ Rack

Rack models with this feature include a tower holder to place the rack in a upwards position. Almost all rack models with this feature can have their display rotated 90° to maintain the easy functionality and access of the LCD.

Battery Pack Available

If you are planning to extend the Backup Time of your UPS, please look for this Icon. UPS series with this icon have a series compatible battery pack (EBM) available.

Hot-Swappable

The Battery Packs of these models can be hot-swapped. Normally you should turn the UPS off when changing/ disconnecting EBMs. With this feature, UPS models can Plug & Play their Battery Packs.

Intelligent Slot

If the UPS has a Intelligent slot available, then the UPS can be connected with Management Cards that let the user monitor, manage and control a UPS or many UPS.

Dry Contacts

With a Dry Out Contact, you can get a signal out off the UPS and automate external devices with the outcoming signal (e.g. Battery Level Low). With a Dry In Contact, you can remotely turn the UPS on and off.

Emergency Power Off

With an EPO you can turn off the UPS. Please be aware that it works like an emergency stop switch, to turn the UPS on again, you have to manually turn the device on.

Generator Compatible

UPS Models with this feature wont shutdown unexpectedly because of the frequency fluctuaction created by the connected generator (this happens when the load is changing drastically).

RS-232

The RS-232 is a communication port. It may have additional usabilities but they are directly dependant to each UPS model.

Data Line Protection

The Data Line Protection Port gives you the option to protect your ethernet line from power surges. This can protect your Router for an example.

Circuit Breaker Reset

This feature will protect your UPS in case of an overload coming through your input. Once the switch jumps, it has to be manually pushed in for the UPS to work again.

PV Charging Supported

Inverters with this feature are compatible with photovoltaic inputs coming from a solar panel. This energy can then be used to charge your battery system that is connected.

Programmable Segment

If you want to give a segment more priority (more backup time), then this segment can be set to only have surge protection. This helps you organize and prioritize your loads.

Hidden Dry Contacts

Behind the RS-232 pins, their is the option to use them as dry contacts. The dry contacts are predefined and cannot be changed. The different signals can be checked in the UPS manual.

REPO

This has the same function of an EPO, but it also has the option to work as a RPO (Remote Power Off). You can remotely turn the UPS on and off. The method may vary from UPS to UPS.

IoT Features

OBM

The Optimized Battery Management extends the Battery Life by up to 50%. When a certain charge threshold is reached, it goes into sleep mode and shuts down the charging module.

EBM - Auto Detection

The automatic detection of external battery modules (EBM) allows you to plug & play battery packs without having to manually configure the UPS settings.

WLAN-Dongle Port

One of the two forms of internet connectivity of the IoT UPS series. This Port lets you connect to the internet with help of the WLAN-Dongle. No cables needed.

Ethernet Port

One of the two forms of internet connectivity of the IoT UPS series. This port lets you connect to the internet with an ethernet cable connection. Plug & Play. Just remember to activate the IoT Option on your UPS.

Advanced Features

External Batterybanks

UPS with this feature have stronger chargers. They can be configured to charge external battery banks (non-series Battery Packs) which would be impossible for a normal charger.

Dual Input

A dual input lets you have the bypass input power source completely separated from the main source. This way you have two different power sources that can feed your UPS.

Parallel Connectivity

UPS models with this feature can extend their power capabilities by connecting devices from the same model in parallel. You can also choose to drastically lower the failure probability of your whole UPS system, by having a redundant connected unit.

Touch-Screen

The configuration of a UPS system (normally three-phase UPS) can get difficult. That is why many advanced UPS devices come (or have the option) with a touch-screen that will simplify the setup of the same.

Potential Equalization Screw

The purpose of additional potential equalization is to equalize potentials between different metal parts (e.g. casing, housings, EBMs, etc.) that can be touched simultaneously, or to reduce differences of potential.

Earthing System

An earthing system connects the electric power system with the ground for safety and functional purposes. It may also play a role in the protection against fault currents.

Maintanance Bypass Switch

With the help of a MBS you can redirect the power supply in case of a necessary or planed maintanance on the UPS. The MBS will safely feed the loads from the same power source or from a second one (dual input).

Breakers

An electrical safety device designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by an overcurrent or short circuit. Unlike a fuse, which operates once and then must be replaced, a circuit breaker can be reset.

Port Types

USB Type A

USB Type-A connectors are extremely common. Some office and house related UPS are equipped with this chargers to supply charging power to the users peripherals.

USB Type B

USB Type-B connectors are primarily for connecting printers and scanners to computers. In the UPS world they are used to communicate the UPS with an external device with an OS (e.g. Windows-PC).

USB Type C

You will find it on most new devices, and it offers significantly higher power output of up to 20 Volts 100W and 5 amps. UPS equipped with this charger supply charging power to the users peripherals.

Modbus TCP

Modbus is a data communications protocol. Modbus has become a de facto standard communication protocol and is now a commonly available means of connecting industrial electronic devices.

Outlet Types

Type F

The Type F Outlet is known as CEE 7/4 and commonly called “Schuko plug”. It is used, in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Eastern Europe.

Type E

Poland, France, Belgium, Czech and some other countries have standardized this socket type. It loooks similar to the Type F socket but they are not compatible.

Type G

Type G Outlets are mainly used in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Cyprus, Malta, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and the Arabian Peninsula.

IEC

Very common on personal computers and peripherals. IEC cords are used to power many pieces of electronic equipment, including computers, instrument amplifiers, professional audio equipment and virtually all professional video equipment.