RGPC announces the release of three UPS models

Built from the ground-up with proven highest standards, Richard Gray's Power Company introduces three UPS models designed specifically to provide "AV Grade" reliable back up power, and remote AC power management.

Built from the ground -up with proven highest standards, Richard Gray's Power Company introduces three UPS models designed specifically to provide "AV Grade" reliable back up power, and remote AC power management, to control critical audio video components, coupled and real time UPS operational status LED indicators.


Contrary to recent industry practices of re -branding consumer battery back -ups for home computers, these RGPC UPS' are designed from the ground -up to match the challenges of AC power interruption of increasingly sophisticated home theater and home automation systems.

Model UPS 8 is designed for small 800 VA remote AV gear, computers, modems, switches, security systems, and controllers and can be shelf, floor or wall mounted.
Models UPS 15 and UPS 22 are for 1500 VA and 2200 VA power demands and can be rack, Tower or optional wall mounted for greater convenience, and installation flexibility.

All models "Green Units" battery and unit recycling, have vital data communications capability, automatic voltage monitoring, power regulation with intuitive software interface and easy installation and are best coupled with all RGPC power delivery purification systems.

These design upgrades are a direct result of Jim Pelegris, Electrical Engineer with his proven track record, has become a key member of the engineering staff of the newly merged RGPC/TMI Company. He has been working closely with Richard Gray the original designer of their patent parallel power delivery systems.

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