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Introduction

An Uninterruptible Power Supply is an electrical apparatus that provides emergency power to a load when the input power source or mains power fails. The basic function of a UPS is to switch over seamlessly to a backup power supply in the event that the utility supply is impaired. Typically this means a battery which provides temporary power while an alternative power source, such as a standby generator, is brought online. UPS systems come in a variety of power ratings and different topologies applicable to different requirements.

Key Considerations

  • What electrical load do you need to be safeguarded?

Features & Benefits

Line interactive UPS  - These systems typically provide backup power in the 0.5 to 5kVA range making them suitable for departmental servers, Web servers or networks of PCs in small businesses. Although the initial cost is typically higher, in the long term total cost of ownership is reduced because of the prolonged battery life.

Eaton 5PX 3000VA (2U) Netpack 3000VA 9AC outlet(s) Rackmount Black uninterruptible power supply (UPS)

Namb#: EAUPS025

Eaton 5PX 2200VA Netpack 2200VA 9AC outlet(s) Rackmount Black uninterruptible power supply (UPS)

Namb#: EAUPS023

Eaton 5S 550i 550VA 4AC outlet(s) Tower Black uninterruptible power supply (UPS)

Namb#: EAUPS005

Eaton 9PX EBM, 240V

Namb#: EAUPS065

Eaton 9PX6KIRTN 6000VA 10AC outlet(s) Rackmount/Tower Black uninterruptible power supply (UPS)

Namb#: EAUPS059

Eaton 9PX5KIRTN 5000VA 5AC outlet(s) Rackmount/Tower Black uninterruptible power supply (UPS)

Namb#: EAUPS057