ESPOO, Finland, September 18, 2014. Power management company Eaton has launched the Power Xpert 9395P UPS which builds on the company’s heritage, experience and expertise to deliver the future of power protection, all with a lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Such has been the success of the original Power Xpert 9395, the first transformerless UPS launched in 2007, that it is already delivering 5GVA of safe and reliable power in all the major data centre hubs around the globe. With 10 percent more power and 18 percent less heat, the updated version meets the reliability needs of data centre operators and consultants in large data centres as well as healthcare, finance and banking, security, process control and telecommunications applications, delivering more cost-effective and efficient power than its predecessor.
Eaton Offers Lower Total Cost of Ownership with Launch of Power Xpert 9395P UPS
“For clean, uninterrupted power for large mission-critical systems, Eaton now offers more choice than ever,” says Cyrille Brisson, vice president marketing, Eaton Electrical EMEA. “In 2013, we introduced the 93PM, our first UPS with three-level inverter topology and the most efficient UPS in double conversion mode on the market. Now, with our introduction of the Power Expert 9395P, our high efficiency range extends up to 1100kW. This means there’s a highly efficient Eaton UPS to satisfy most protection requirements, from the smallest server room to the largest data centre, and one that meets the regulations and incentives available throughout EMEA.”
The original Power Xpert 9395 UPS introduced a number of new technologies and advanced features to the market when it was first launched. The new 9395P UPS further builds on this with many additional enhancements to offer more power, resilience, scalability and flexibility to provide a lower Total Cost of Ownership.