Fuel cell backup power

Fuel cell extended run (FCXR) from APC by Schneider Electric provides hydrogen-based backup power for the company's InfraStruXure data center solution.

09/01/2008


Fuel cell extended run (FCXR) from APC by Schneider Electric provides hydrogen-based backup power for the company's InfraStruXure data center solution. FCXR produces emission free electrical backup power using air and stored hydrogen, and is available in 10kW increments up to 30 kW in a single 19-in. rack. The available run time varies by changing the number of hydrogen bottles stored.

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