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Vision Dual


Technical sheet : Vision Dual



The automatic voltage regulator (AVR) guarantees protection against micro-cuts, overvoltages and undervoltages, without intervention of the battery. Reduced battery usage ensures that the batteries are 100% available in the event of a utility power failure and are able to provide longer runtime. EMI filters then provide additional protection against surges and transients. When utility power fails, the load is powered by the inverter and receives perfectly sinusoidal power for maximum power continuity and reliability.


An EnergyShare outlet enables unloading and shutdown of less sensitive devices to extend battery life for critical loads.
Hot Swap batteries can be removed from the front panel for easy and safe UPS maintenance. For business continuity applications requiring increased battery life, the battery life can be extended up to several hours with ER models (2200 and 3000 versions) equipped with more powerful battery chargers.
Battery test facility to detect deterioration in battery performance.
Protection against deep discharge to reduce battery aging.


Vision Dual can be installed as a tower or in 19-inch rack cabinets. The display panel can be easily removed and rotated to suit the type of installation required.
Vision Dual is equipped with an Emergency Stop Contact (EPO) which allows a remote stop in emergency situations. “Cold Start” function to allow the UPS to start up in the absence of mains power.
Vision Dual models are equipped with a backlit LCD display which provides information on UPS status, charge and battery performance.


  • With advanced, cross-platform communication for any operating system: PowerShield³ control and shutdown software included for Windows 10, 8, 7, Hyper-V, 2019, 2016, 2012 and previous versions, Mac OS X, Linux, VMWare ESXi, Citrix XenServer and other Unix operating systems

  • USB or RS 232 port (selectable)

  • Slot for communication card

  • Status of measurements, alarms, input, output and battery parameters are available on the LCD display.


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