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Caption: From (L – R) - Banjo Babalola, Alaba Branch Manager, Coscharis technologies, Sola Ajaja Product manager, Coscharis technologies, Seun Oloyede, Retail manager, APC by Schneider Electric and Solomon Chukwuemeka, Vetry technologies Ltd at the opening of the APC by Schneider Electric retail store in Alaba.

Schneider Electric rolls out new backup power, surge protection range

SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, the global leader in energy management, has unveiled the latest APC BX 700 Back-UPS in its effort to efficiently improve power supply and safety in Nigeria, while increasing users’ productivity.

The launch of the product coincides with the opening of APC by Schneider Electric’s new retail outlet in Alaba IT retail market aimed at bringing quality and reliable IT power products closer to the end users.

The opening of the new retail outlet also serves as a means of fighting the spread of sub-standard products in the country, while further demonstrating the growing footprints of the energy management giant in the IT sector.

The APC BX 700 Back-UPS, which comes with 4 IEC sockets, instantly adjusts high and low voltage fluctuations to safe levels for connected electronics, saving battery power for users, especially during storms and outages. The 700 keeps your desktop computer monitor or other critical devices (router, modem, television etc) when the power goes out.

Speaking at the launch of the new product and opening of the new retail outlet in Alaba, APC by Schneider Electric’s Retail Manager, Oluwaseun Oloyede reiterated the company’s commitment to developing innovative products geared towards improving productivity and connectivity for users.

“With the current economic situation, we must say that we understand the pains Nigerians go through when electrical and business equipment gets damaged as a result of power surge. With the new APC BX 700 Back-UPS, this will be a thing of the past for business owners” Oloyede stated.”

Speaking further on the strategic locations of APC by Schneider Electric retail outlets, Mr Oloyede said “Nigerians need genuine, cost-effective, reliable, safe and easy-to-use power backup devices to generate, distribute and use electric power in today’s economic climate. They also need to be able to easily access these products. The opening of the new APC by Schneider Electric retail outlet ensures that our customers can get genuine IT products anytime”

Oloyede added that the APC BX 700 Back-UPS comes with free technical phone and online support as well as a 2-year warrantee thereby “providing customers safety and peace of mind.”

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