UPS systems

HP's UPS R5000 and R7000 provide intelligent manageability functionality and additional operating systems support.


HP’s UPS R5000 is 3U and delivers 4500 W. The HP UPS R7000 is only 4U and delivers a full 7200 W. The HP online, on-demand hybrid technology optimizes efficiency and heat output during general operation and provides a transformer-less design for an optimum size/functionality ratio. A processing system on these rack-mount UPS models incorporates a three-stage power filter with a double-conversion, line-interactive system to provide all of the benefits of an on-line 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. For additional management flexibility of connected and protected devices, the UPSs provide separate load segments, which allow for customizable configuration. The HP UPS network module provides intelligent manageability functionality and additional operating systems support. Greater system uptime is supported via optional extended runtime modules.

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