ZONIT uATS - Micro Automatic Transfer Switches

Redundant Power for Single Power Devices - Add Dual-AC Power To Any Equipment

The Zonit Micro Automatic Transfer Switch (uATS) is the world’s smallest ATS and solves the problem of supplying A+B redundant power to single power supply devices. The Micro uATS draws power from A and monitors power quality. The uATS will automatically switch to secondary B power when A fails or becomes degraded in quality. The µATS will switch back to A when it returns and is of sufficient quality. The Micro uATS will transfer regardless of phase angle between A and B.

  • Eliminates the need for expensive dual-power supplies in devices, simply use Micro ATS on a individual device basis for cost effective N+1 redundant deployment. Micro ATS can be moved over to a new device when the old one fails or is replaced.
  • The uATS is not phase dependent and does not need to be phase aligned - automatic universal power for 1-3 phase.
  • In the case of a power failure or degradation of quality the Z-ATS will automatically switch to secondary B power. When the power returns and is of sufficient quality, the Z-ATS will switch back to A.
  • In the case of a ATS failure only loose access to one to three devices instead of a full array of devices like with a typical PDU or ATS.
  • MTBF (Mean time between failures) is an astounding 22 Years.
  • Save valuable rack space by getting non-rackmounted ATS's.
  • Fast input power switching: 6-14 ms
  • 99.9% Efficient Power Distribution saves 3-15% of annual data center power costs
  • Increase UPS Efficiency by 3-5%: Saves 3-5% of UPS power conversion losses
  • uATS is the only 1-to-1 automatic transfer switch series on the market.
  • Works with Cisco and other network switches
  • Also great for smaller applications like home, small office, food trucks, etc.
  • Each unit is tested in manufacturing before shipment.
  • Used by over 30% of the Fortune 100 companies
  • Warranty: 3 year
  • Certified: UL, CE

Micro uATS' come in 120V (12A) and 240V (8A) variants, for 1-3 devices, and with different input/output cord lengths.