UPS for midsize power users

The Liebert eXM UPS system is designed for small and medium power requirements seeking greater cost control, flexibility, optimization, and speed of deployment.

03/05/2015


The Liebert® eXM UPS system for small and medium power requirements seeking greater cost control, flexibility, optimization and speed of deployment.The Liebert eXM UPS system by Emerson Network Power is designed for small and medium power requirements seeking greater cost control, flexibility, optimization, and speed of deployment. The 3-phase UPS will be available in eight fixed capacities from 10 to 100 kVA/kW, in 208 and 220 V. The UPS delivers high efficiency levels for midsize power applications. During double conversion mode, the transformer-free product delivers 95.4% efficiency. While in energy saving Eco-Mode, efficiency increases up to 98%. In addition, the unity power factor design delivers the highest level of power capacity. The optimized ancillaries are designed to provide flexibility for 
dynamic IT environments.

Emerson Network Power

www.EmersonNetworkPower.com



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