UPS for business servers, network equipment
The Eaton 5SC uninterruptible power system (UPS) is designed to protect tower servers, NAS, and network equipment and can be integrated with Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
The Eaton 5SC uninterruptible power system (UPS) is designed to deliver affordable and reliable power protection for small business servers, storage, and network equipment. The 5SC features a liquid crystal display (LCD) interface that provides a clear status of key UPS parameters, such as input and output voltage, load and battery level, and estimated run time. It is designed to protect tower servers, network-attached storage (NAS) and network equipment, and similar IT applications. The 5SC also features universal serial bus (USB) and serial connectivity. The USB port is human interface device (HID) compliant for automatic integration into Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. When operating in battery mode, the 5SC provides a high-quality output signal for any sensitive equipment connected. The 5SC also corrects a wide range of input voltage variations through continuous regulation without the use of batteries, and ensures consistent input voltage to the connected equipment.
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