Raleigh, NC - Eaton Corporation bills its Powerware 9155 as a breakthrough, (on-line) double-conversion uninterruptible power system (UPS) that provides 8 to 15 kVA in four models for mission-critical applications. It's touted as a "triple play" step-advance in technology, user-friendly design and cost-effectiveness that resets industry standards in customer value and product performance.
Product specifications include 0.9 power-factor output, power-factor-correction to 0.99 and less than five percent total harmonic distortion, and efficiency to 90 percent or better across all load ranges. The system provides 22 minutes of back-up time at 10 kVA.
Features include the company's Hot Sync technology for paralleling and redundancy (up to N+3), Advanced Battery Management (ABM) to significantly increase battery life, integral batteries, extended battery modules (EBM) available, and bundled LanSafe software. There's front access for all services and operations for increased installation flexibility, servicibility and reduced repair time. The UPSes' multilingual liquid crystal display and wide range of connectivity options ease power management for IT and facility managers.
The Powerware 9155 UPS, in a tower design, is available in 8, 10, 12, and 15 kVA versions (100-127 VAC input, or 208-240 VAC input with transformer), and features a scalable architecture to meet users' future load requirements. The system is priced from $6,899 to $12,279, and comes with a limited two-year warranty and $250,000 load protection guarantee.