Power Xpert 9395 boasts extra power for those sudden workload spikes
Power management company Eaton has launched an improved uninterruptible power system (UPS) in the Americas
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The latest version of Eaton’s flagship Power Xpert 9395 UPS is more efficent and provides more scalable battery support for data centers, light industrial applications and multi-tenant data centers (MTDCs), says the company, delivering ten percent more power than the previous model in the same footprint, with 275 kilowatt (kW) modules at a power rating of 675-1100 kW/kVA.
Bigger sites need larger UPSs
Larger UPSs are needed because of growing demand for large facilities, says Eaton. The new Power Xpert 9395 delivers up to 99 percent efficiency across most loads and offers double-conversion efficiency up to 97 percent.
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The new UPS produces up to 33 per cent less heat without sacrificing reliability, says Eaton, with product manager John Collins stating that the system ”among the lowest TCO in the industry so customers can maximize their return on investment.”
The Power Xpert 9395 has a touchscreen liquid crystal display (LCD) which shows graphical energy data to help data center and facility operators better manage power consumption and costs.