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Power management company Eaton today announced the launch of a new 50-kilowatt (kW) option for its Eaton 93PM uninterruptible power system (UPS). Now available in the Americas, Eaton’s latest 93PM platform is the first UPS of its size to provide 50 kW of internal redundancy at full load, providing information technology (IT) and data center managers with advanced capabilities for efficiency and reliability.
Eaton’s enhanced 93PM UPS is engineered to help end-users meet growing compute, storage and networking needs while simultaneously reducing capital and operational costs. A space-saving, flexible device that is easy to deploy, the 93PM is an ideal three-phase white or grey space solution for today’s mission-critical applications
Eaton’s 93PM offers industry leading efficiency up to 99 percent through Eaton’s Energy Saver System (ESS) mode and 97 percent in double-conversion mode. The 93PM possesses the most compact physical footprint in its class and supports scalability in 50 kW increments, allowing data center and facility managers to avoid unnecessary investments in excess capacity. The 93PM also delivers true modular redundancy, negating the need to purchase a second model for paralleled reliability in most applications.
With thermal management options that accommodate in-row, wall or aisle installations, the 93PM is easy to configure and deploy with line and match accessory cabinets that have a wide range of distribution options. Supporting nearly any installation strategy, the 93PM is designed for seamless installation of overhead busway or conduit, cable trays and heat containment accessories.
The 93PM is paired with Eaton’s Power Xpert® software and Intelligent Power® Software Suite, which provide the tools needed to remotely manage power devices in a physical or virtual environment. Additionally, to provide customers with detailed power system insight, the unit features an intuitive liquid crystal display (LCD) touchscreen that provides graphical energy savings and consumption data.
Written by Jason Koffler, July 2014