Backup power device

The Eaton 9E uninterruptible power system is a backup power device that delivers facility and industrial environment power management.

09/13/2012


9E uninterruptible power systemThe Eaton 9E uninterruptible power system is a backup power device that delivers facility and industrial environment power management. This system’s tower configuration delivers power protection for expanding loads in space-constrained facilities while operating at up to 98% efficiency. The 9E offers internal batteries up to 60 kVA, saving floor space when compared to external battery cabinets. The system’s small physical footprint allows for space utilization for revenue-producing equipment and materials. The 9E integrates with Eaton’s Intelligent Power Software Suite, which allows for management and monitoring of multiple power devices across a network from any Internet-enabled computer.

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