Energizer Enters the UPS/Power Protection Market

January 14, 2003 by Jeff Shepard

Energizer UPS (Indianapolis, IN) announced its entry into the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) market, introducing six new UPS models that will protect both consumers and business users from power disruptions. The new Energizer UPS models are suitable for protecting personal computers, home theater systems and business servers from power surges, spikes, brownouts and outages. The units automatically save open files and safely power down systems when threatening power irregularities arise, protecting valuable equipment and files.

Energizer’s six models include the ER-HM400 for the personal user; the ER-HMOF600 for the home office user; the ER-HT400 for the home theater enthusiast; and the ER-OF800, ER-PRO1000 and ER0-PRO1400 for the large office user. Full-line features include the FileSaver™ user-friendly software that automatically saves and shuts down the system when power irregularities occur; visual and audio warning indicators; up to 32 minutes of run time; Internet-ready phone, fax and modem hookups; equipment protection policy up to $100,000; automatic voltage regulation; two to six backup outlets; a three-year warranty; user-replaceable batteries; and USB connectivity.

Energizer UPS has chosen Technuity Inc., a provider of supply chain management solutions, as the exclusive distributor of new UPS product line. Retail prices range from $59.99 to $279.99.