Double conversion UPS system

The UL-listed Liebert NX 225-600 kVA UPS by Emerson Network Power is available for global regions with 480 V, 60 Hz applications.

04/08/2013


Liebert NX 225-600 kVA UPS by Emerson Network PowerThe UL-listed Liebert NX 225-600 kVA UPS by Emerson Network Power is available for global regions with 480 V, 60 Hz applications. The scalable UPS system offers data centers a backup power solution that provides the flexibility to grow incrementally without requiring infrastructure renovations. Softscale technology allows the Liebert NX 225-600 kVA to be sized to current power requirements and easily scaled up to a larger capacity. In normal, double-conversion mode, the Liebert UPS operates at 95% or higher efficiency during typical 40% to 80% loading. During Intelligent Eco-mode operation, the Liebert NX 225-600 kVA UPS operates at efficiencies up to 99%.

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