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Daker DK Plus 1000

The Legrand UPS model Daker DK Plus 1000 is an uninterruptible power source with high frequency PWM technology, Double Conversion OnLine, solid neutral, Rated Power 1,000 VA – 900 W, equipped with valve-regulated, hermetically-sealed accumulator batteries, contained in a specific compartment inside the UPS or in one or more external cabinets, sized to guarantee a minimum uptime of 10 minutes at 80% of the load. The electronics and batteries are contained in just two rack units.

Daker DK Plus 1000 is managed by a microprocessor and is able to display, on a control panel and LCD screen, the alarms and operating modes described below:

• normal operation
• output frequency that is not synchronised with the input
• battery-powered operation
• operation in bypass mode
• faulty power module
• overloaded
• generic anomaly
• incorrect neutral connection
• back-up time
• end of uptime


Daker DK Plus 2000

The Legrand UPS model Daker DK Plus 2000 is an uninterruptible power source with high frequency PWM technology, Double Conversion OnLine, solid neutral, Rated Power 2,000 VA – 1800 W, equipped with valve-regulated, hermetically-sealed accumulator batteries, contained in a specific compartment inside the UPS or in one or more external cabinets, sized to guarantee a minimum uptime of 10 minutes at 80% of the load. The electronics and batteries are contained in just two rack units.

Daker DK Plus 2000 is managed by a microprocessor and is able to display, on a control panel and LCD screen, the alarms and operating modes described below:

• normal operation
• output frequency that is not synchronised with the input
• battery-powered operation
• operation in bypass mode
• faulty power module
• overloaded
• generic anomaly
• incorrect neutral connection
• back-up time
• end of uptime