MGE Topaz S4 Inverter Receives NEBS Certification

April 06, 2003 by Jeff Shepard

MGE UPS Systems Inc. (Costa Mesa, CA), a leader in high-availability power solutions to the industrial, telecom and IT markets, announced that it has received NEBS Level 3 certification on its Topaz S4 inverter after passing a series of performance tests witnessed by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

With its scalable architecture and N+1 redundant capabilities, the S4 dc/ac inverter system increases reliability and availability for ac power systems in mission-critical telecom and data applications. The system is scalable from 3.5kVA to 21kVA, and was designed to meet the demanding power requirements of today’s central offices, wireless base stations and ultra-critical servers. As one of the first inverter systems to meet the rigorous NEBS standards, the S4 equipment is designed to deliver six nine’s of reliability.

Along with the NEBS certification, the Topaz S4 inverter also meets UL, CSA CE, TUV and FCC class A agency approvals. Available now, list prices start at $5,800 for the 3.5kVA system.