EAST UPS, being used in many countries around the world and available locally through Network Communications (Pvt.) Ltd., the ICT arm of Adam Group of companies, recently celebrated five years of success in Sri Lanka.
Network Communications (NetCom) said in a statement that the Company did a survey with 100 graduates and under graduate students at the EXMO 2010 promotion held at the Moratuwa University to name their most preferred UPS. “Majority of them named EAST as their most preferred UPS for its battery backup and the 24/7 technical support they are getting,” the statement added. The survey was done as part of EAST UPS celebrating five years of operations in Sri Lanka as well as 21 years of global leadership.
EAST UPS Country Manager Pradeep Abegunawardana said: “As Moratuwa University is well known for producing ICT and Engineering specialists, it is a memorable moment for the company and our valuable clients to celebrate five years in Sri Lanka as the most preferred UPS.”
He said that EAST is widely kwon and used in different fields, including electric power, science institute, national defense, telecommunication, finance, insurance, aviation, traffic, postal service, public security, Customs, government and also it is being used in Chinese space programs.
“With its extensive warranty period the customers can guarantee about the quality of the products has. EAST UPS comes with different capacities and features to suit customer requirements,” Abeygunawardana added.
Customers of EAST UPS enjoy several product benefits such as, Highly synchronous transfer, Wide input range, Cold start available Strong generator compatibility, compatible with any brand generators, Automatic battery charging in UPS off mode, Surge protection, With strong electromagnetism compatibility, no electromagnetic interference to load, Self-detection on startup, Battery replaceable without interruption Software monitoring feature, Many front panels and colors for choice, Adopt special UPS batteries, Full protections against over voltage /low voltage, which are designed by EAST company and sold through Netcom.