The Eaton 9SX network UPS boasts an easy-to-read LCD display, double conversion topology and an internal static bypass, all in a convenient tower UPS form with a low total cost of ownership. Compatible with Eaton’s network connectivity cards and Intelligent Power Management (IPM) software, this UPS is a vital piece of any physical or virtualized IT environment.
Delivering premium, double-conversion backup power and scalable battery runtimes for servers, voice/data networks and storage systems, the Eaton 9PX UPS is the ideal solution for both rack and stand-alone installations. An ENERGY STAR qualified UPS, the 9PX’s graphical LCD interface and robust target power management software makes managing your UPS easy – even in virtualized environments.
The small, compact Eaton 5S UPS delivers backup power for desktop PCs and workstations. The Eco-Control capability of this small UPS enables you save up to 30 percent in energy consumption. You can also enhance your power protection and safeguard your data when you pair it with the Eaton UPS Companion software. The 5S displays critical UPS information on battery time and outage tracking through a user-friendly LCD interface.
The Eaton 9PXM UPS is a scalable, modular UPS that combines the highest level of reliability with the lowest cost of ownership. Through 4 kVA plug-and-play power modules, the 9PXM delivers an expandable level of N+X redundancy. The 9PXM fits eight or twelve-slot tower enclosures which are easily converted into 14U and 21U rackmount solutions.
The Eaton 9155 UPS (formerly Powerware 9155 UPS) provides premium online backup power and scalable battery runtimes for IT and electrical engineering infrastructure in corporate, healthcare, banking and industrial applications. Packing maximum battery runtime into a very small footprint, the 9155 UPS is a complete power protection solution. The 9155 can be equipped with an integrated, customizable power distribution module that includes a maintenance bypass switch.
The Eaton 9355 UPS (formerly Powerware 9355 UPS) provides premium double-conversion backup power and scalable battery runtimes for IT and electrical engineering infrastructure in corporate, healthcare, banking and industrial applications. Packing maximum battery runtime into a very small footprint, the 9355 UPS is a complete three-phase power protection solution. The 9355 can be equipped with an integrated, customizable power distribution module that includes a maintenance bypass switch.
The Eaton BladeUPS is a scalable & modular UPS system designed for high density computing environments, including large data centers. Dissipating one-third of the heat of traditional modular UPS systems, this powerful configuration provides the power protection your mission-critical applications need.
The Eaton 93PM UPS combines unprecedented efficiency, reliability, and vertical or horizontal scalability with eye-catching design. A space-saving, flexible device that’s as easy to deploy as it is to manage, it’s the perfect three-phase white or grey space solution for today’s data center.
The Eaton 93E UPS is designed to help IT managers address their biggest data center challenges: energy costs, remote management & space. Up to 35 percent smaller & 7 percent more effective than competitive units, the 93E provides an all-in-one, energy-efficient solution in the body of a compact UPS.
RT series is a general purpose battery with 6~8 years design life in float service. It meets with IEC, JIS, BS and YDT standards. With advanced AGM valve regulated technology and high purity raw material, the RT series battery maintains high consistency for better performance and reliable standby service life. It is suitable for UPS/EPS, Telecom, power grid, medical equipment, emergency light and security system applications.
Total loss of utility power
Short-term low voltage
Short-term high voltage more than 110% than normal.
Increased line voltage for an extended period of a few minutes to a few days.
Reduced line voltage for an extended period of a few minutes to a few days.
High frequency power wave caused by RFI (Radio Frequency Interference) or EMI (Electromagnetic Interference).
Loss in stability in the power supply’s normal frequency of 50 Hz or 60 Hz
Instantaneous under-voltage in the range of nanoseconds
The distortion of the normal power wave, generally transmitted by unequal loads.