Tripp Lite UPS system for Al Ain bird centre
Dubai, December 30, 2010
Tripp Lite, a leading manufacturer of power protection and connectivity equipment, has deployed a new UPS system at the National Avian Research Centre in Sweihan, Al Ain.
The installation involved the set-up and activation of two UPS systems, the SU10K3/1X, and SU6000RT3UHV, ensuring uninterrupted power supply and data protection for the research centre’s breeding building.
The National Avian Research Centre was established primarily to promote the conservation of bustard birds. The aim of the centre, which also breeds various local bird species, is to revive the tradition of Arab falconry with an underlining focus on sustainable use of resources.
“The centre is extremely satisfied with Tripp Lite’s successful installation and implementation of a new UPS system in our breeding facilities,” said Safwan Sai, electrical engineer, Shema, contractor of National Avian Research Centre.
“The installation of sound and effective UPS equipment gives the centre’s personnel the assurance and confidence of a reliable back-up system that can provide continuous power supply and data protection in the event of a power black out or emergency,” added Vipin Sharma, vice president, Emea and India sales, Tripp Lite.-TradeArabia News Service
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