Sentinel Pro has a unique and modern design and improved performance developed by the Riello UPS research and development team. Sentinel Pro uses on-line double conversion technology, resulting in the highest levels of reliability and maximum protection for critical loads such as servers, and IT and voice/data applications.
The front display panel has been entirely redesigned, adding an LCD display that shows the input and output voltages, battery readings and UPS operating status information. The inverter and the microprocessor control stage has been completely redesigned to provide increased efficiency and greater configuration options. Maximum expandability: The Sentinel Pro is supplied as standard with a USB port and an expansion slot for protocol conversion or relay contacts boards.
With energy savings in mind, Sentinel Pro is also fitted with a shut-off button to reduce energy consumption to zero during prolonged periods of inactivity (ECO LINE). Sentinel Pro is available in 700 VA, 1000 VA, 1500 VA, 2200 VA and 3000 VA models.
Different operating modes that can be programmed according to on user requirements and the load to be powered have been introduced in order to reduce energy consumption.
This configuration ensures the operation of emergency systems that must be supplied in the event of a mains power failure, such as emergency lighting, fire detection/ extinguishing systems and alarms. When the mains power supply fails, the inverter begins powering the loads with a progressive start¬up (Soft Start) in order to prevent overload.
The Sentinel Pro range has a deep discharge protection device to optimise battery life. Periodically the UPS carries out a battery efficiency test (which can also be manually activated); its wide input voltage tolerance range helps to reduce battery usage and maintain performance over time.
Optional battery extension packs can be connected to increase UPS runtime. In addition, the Sentinel Pro range includes ER versions with no internal batteries and more powerful battery chargers for longer runtimes.
Low noise level
Thanks to the use of high frequency components and load-based fan speed control, the noise produced by the UPS is less than 40 dBA.
|MODELS||SEP 700||SEP 1000||SEP 1000 ER||SEP 1500||SEP 2200||SEP 2200 ER||SEP 3000||SEP 3000 ER|
|POWER||700VA/600 W||1000 VA/900 W||1500VA/1350 W||2200 VA/1980 W||3000 VA/2700 W|
|Nominal Voltage||220-230-240 VAC|
|Voltage range without battery intervention||140 – 276 VAC @50% LOAD / 184 – 276 VAC @ 100% LOAD|
|Maximum permitted voltage||300 VAC|
|Nominal frequency||50/60 Hz|
|Frequency range||50 Hz ± 5% / 60 Hz ± 5%|
|Power factor||> 0,99|
|Voltage tolerance||180 – 264 VAC|
|Frequency tolerance||Frequency selected (from ±1,5Hz to ±5Hz configurable)|
|Overload Times||125% for 5 seconds, 150% for 1 second|
|Voltage distortion with linear load / with non-linear load||< 2% / < 4%|
|Frequency||Selectable: 50 Hz or 60 Hz or self-learning|
|Static variation||± 1%|
|Dynamic variation||≤ 5% in 20 msec.|
|Current crest factor||3:1|
ECO and Smart Active Modes
|Type||VRLA AGM maintenance-free lead based|
|Recharge Time||2-4 hours||–||2-4 h||–||2-4 hours||–|
|Net weight (kg)||10,9||13,3||7||14,8||25,6||14||28||15|
|Gross weight (kg)||12,5||14,9||8,6||15,5||28,8||17||31,2||18|
|Dimensions (WxDxH) (mm)||158 x 422 x 235||190 x 446 x 333|
|Packing dimensions (WxDxH) (mm)||245 x 500 x 340||325 x 585 x 470|
|Protection against overvoltages||300 joules|
|Protections||Overcurrent – short-circuit – overvoltage – undervoltage – temperature – excessive low battery|
|Communications||USB / DB9 with RS232 and contacts / Slot for communications interface|
|Output sockets||4 x IEC 320 C13||8 IEC 320 C13
+ 1 IEC 320 C19
|Standards||Safety: EN 62040-1 and Directive 2006/95/EL; EMC: EN 620040-2 category C2 and Directives 2004/108/EL|
|Operating temperature||0 – 40 ° C|
|Relative humidity||<95% non-condensing|
|Noise level at 1 m (ECO Mode)||< 40 dBA|
|Standard equipment provided||Power cable, IEC-IEC cable, USB cable, safety manual, quick start guide|
Download the pdf here
Watch the video here.