Uninterruptible power supply

The 93PM UL 924 uninterruptible power supply (UPS) delivers enhanced efficiency for emergency and auxiliary lighting applications.

04/13/2017


Eaton 93PM UL 924 Uninterruptible Power SupplyThe 93PM UL 924 uninterruptible power supply (UPS) delivers enhanced efficiency for emergency and auxiliary lighting applications. The UPS is offered in models developed specifically for emergency lighting and power, ranging from 20 to 120 kVA, as well as auxiliary lighting and power-listed models from 20 to 200 kVA. The 93PM UL 924 UPS allows users to tailor their lighting solutions based on their existing environments and requirements while reducing operating expenses. The 93PM UL 924 UPS helps customers reduce costs through efficiency of up to 97% in double-conversion mode and up to 99% with Energy Saver System technology.

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This product is a Finalist in the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2017 Product of the Year program. View more Finalists and cast your vote at www.csemag.com/votepoy (voting closes June 30, 2017).



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