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Eaton Corporation announces availability of new 93E 15-80kVA UPS systems

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Power management company Eaton has announced availability of an extended range of high-efficiency Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) developed specifically to meet the needs of contractors, installers and facilities managers who require a cost-effective power protection solution that’s easy to implement and use.

Eaton’s 93E extended series UPSs, now available in ratings from 15-80kVA, feature double-conversion technology to provide the best possible protection for supported loads, but achieve efficiencies as high as 98.5 percent when mains power quality is good. This places them firmly among the most efficient products of their class and, together with their high reliability design and ABM technology that extends battery life by up to 50 percent, guarantees low total cost of ownership (TCO).

The new 93E UPS system is offered with new power ratings of 15, 20, 30, 40, 60 and 80 kVA with the extended 93E range now covering 15 to 400kVA power requirements.  The units have an industry leading input power factor of 0.99 with less than 5 percent ITHD (total harmonic current distortion), thus eliminating the risk of interference with other critical equipment on the same supply network. In addition, they are optimised for protecting modern 0.9 power factor IT equipment without the need for oversizing.

The compact 15 to 40kVA models feature optional integral batteries. “With their small footprint, ease of selection and wide range of battery run times, software and connectivity options, these new products are an important addition to the Eaton UPS product family,” said Alex Hanoumis, product manager at Eaton’s Power Quality Division. “They’re readily configurable, simple to use and at the same time deliver exceptional performance and reliability. In addition, they’re backed by the full range of Eaton service options, ensuring that they will have long service lives.”

For particularly demanding applications, up to three 93E series UPSs can be connected in parallel to increase capacity, or up to four can be connected in parallel to provide redundancy. When these options are used, Eaton’s patented Hot Sync technology enables load sharing without the need for a dedicated communication line, thereby eliminating a potential single point of failure and increasing power availability.

All Eaton 93E series UPSs include a large graphical LCD panel that shows UPS status and allows easy access to measurements, controls and settings. As standard, the units have integral USB and RS232 ports as well as two Eaton Mini-Slots that can accommodate optional connectivity cards, including types for use with Ethernet and Modbus networks.

About Paul Skelton

Paul Skelton

Multiple award seeking journalist and magazine editor Paul Skelton has been involved with the electrical industry for the best part of a decade. Email him at paulskelton@build.com.au.

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