Uninterruptable power supplies

HP UPS R5000 and HP UPS R7000

11/16/2011


The HP UPS R5000 is 3U and delivers 4500 W; the HP UPS R7000 is 4U and delivers a full 7200 W. The rack-mount UPS models incorporate a three-stage power filter with a double-conversion, line-interactive system to provide all of the benefits of an online UPS without the side effects of low efficiency, extra heat, and short battery life. All HP rack-mountable UPSs ship with HP’s Network Module and HP’s Power Protector Software that incorporates enhanced battery management, a technology that doubles battery service life to lower investment costs. Hot-swappable batteries and an intelligent automatic bypass (for continuous power) improve overall serviceability. The UPSs provide separate load segments for customizable configuration. The included HP UPS Network Module provides enterprise-wide intelligent manageability functionality. Greater system uptime is supported via optional extended runtime modules. The UPS comes with a three-year warranty and a $250,000 load protection guarantee.

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