Power system for emergency lighting applications

93PM uninterruptible power system is UL 924-certified for emergency lighting applications, providing high power capacity and double-conversion efficiency in the industry.

04/13/2016


93PM uninterruptible power system is UL 924-certified for emergency lighting applications, providing high power capacity and double-conversion efficiency in the industry. Courtesy: EatonEaton's 93PM uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is UL 924-certified for emergency lighting applications, providing high power capacity and double-conversion efficiency in the industry. Available from 20 to 120 kVA, 93PM UPS is designed to meet standards for UL 924 emergency lighting regulatory compliance. The 93PM UL 924 emergency lighting UPSs are configured to meet regulatory requirements with external line and match battery cabinets for 90 minutes of reliable backup power. In accordance with UL 924 standards, it also features a manually operated interface that removes the risk of accidental operation and unauthorized users. PredictPulse remote monitoring service included in 93PM UL 924 collects and analyzes data from connected power infrastructure devices.

Eaton

www.powerquality.eaton.com



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