Eaton launches Powerware UPS for Mission-Critical Applications In India

By siliconindia   |   Thursday, 22 November 2007, 08:00 Hrs
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Pune: Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton has announced the introduction of the new Powerware 9395 275-550 kVA uninterruptible power system (UPS) to meet the current and future power protection requirements of data centers, manufacturing operations, medical facilities and other large system applications.

The Powerware 9395 is a three-phase, double-conversion, online UPS that delivers the highest reliability and availability for large, mission-critical systems by integrating the capabilities of a redundant multi-module UPS system into an integrated, pre-wired solution. Operating at greater than 94 percent efficiency, the system offers the smallest footprint and lowest weight of any UPS in its class.

It features a scalable architecture that grows with customers to address changing power requirements. The system is designed to be field upgradeable for capacity or redundancy. In an era where data center loads change quickly, a 275 kVA system can be upgraded on-site to 550 kVA or even to an N+1 275 redundant system.

"We have raised the industry standard for large system performance and, with its capability to be configured as a completely redundant system, the Powerware 9395 is ideal for large data centers, medical facilities, or any enterprise with a critical load that must operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year," said Deepak Sharma, Managing Director, Eaton Power Quality.

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