Eaton announces new 9SX UPS model for improved efficiency
Eaton has announced the release of the 9SX 15KVA/20KVA Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) in Australia and New Zealand. The UPS provides stable power for critical IT infrastructure in all layers of the modern IT architecture, as well as industrial, manufacturing and medical devices.
This model offers double conversion efficiency of up to 96% and reduces energy usage to support IT managers with savings in the form of electricity, cooling and power costs. It also doubles as a space saver and its compact form with flexible wiring, letting it accommodate a wide range of deployment possibilities.
Its robust internal circuitry also enables it to withstand a range of environments with ambient temperatures of up to 50°C.
“We’re excited to offer our customers a product that caters not only to the changing needs of modern-day IT infrastructure, but also supports a range of industries across the medical, industrial and manufacturing landscapes,” Eaton general manager of power quality ANZ John Atherton says.
“Part of our mission at Eaton is to support our customers through our power management solutions, enabling them to achieve maximum efficiency with their operations. The 9SX 15KVA/20KVA UPS model does just that and is compatible with Eaton’s Gigabit Network M2 card which protects data centres against cyber threats, so customers don’t have to compromise convenience for data safety.”
In light of recent cybersecurity threats on Australia, the need to ensure the highest level of defence against emerging cybersecurity threats is paramount. The 9SX 15KVA/20KVA UPS power model offers compatibility with Eaton’s UL2900-1 and IEC62443-4-2 certified network card – the Gigabit Network M2, to ensure the highest level of defence against emerging cybersecurity threats.
When paired with virtualisation-ready intelligent power manager software, monitoring and management of the 9SX 15KVA/20KVA can be done in virtual-management platforms, such as VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V. This enables IT professionals to easily configure policy-based automation for power events, such as automated disaster recovery policies, controlled shut down, load shedding and cloud orchestrator integration.