Eaton has launched its latest UPS range, the Eaton 5P, for the Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.
The range is largely aimed at powering servers, switches, routers and storage devices in network closets and small data centre environments from 650 VA up to 1.55 kVA. The new 5P complements the recently introduced 5PX series rated up to 3 kVA.
Eaton has focused on visualisation capabilities for the 5P UPS. On a single screen, the graphical LCD built into the front of the UPS shows comprehensive power system status information along with the real-time values of key operating parameters.
The display can be set to work in multiple languages, and is complemented by easy-to-use navigation keys that make configuring the UPSs fast and straightforward.
“Virtualisation is becoming increasingly important even in smaller IT installations,” said Christophe Jammes, Single Phase Product Manager from Eaton’s Power Quality Division,
“Until now, it has been hard to find small UPS systems that are optimised for use in virtualised environments. Our new 5P and 5PX ranges completely solve this problem by integrating directly into leading virtualisation platforms.”
Eaton claims operating efficiency of up to 98%. Facilities are also provided with load segment control features, which enable non-essential loads to be disconnected during power outages to extend run time.
Eaton 5P series is available in space-saving tower and 1U rack-mounting versions, providing an energy density of up to 1.1 kW in a 1U unit. All models are offered as standard with a three-year warranty on electronics and a two-year warranty on batteries.