UPS for data centers
Emerson Network Power's Liebert eXL uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a large transformer-free, single module system that is designed to deliver efficiency greater than 96% at full load in double conversion mode.
Emerson Network Power's Liebert eXL uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a large transformer-free, single module system ideal for colocation facilities and large enterprise data centers interested in maximizing efficiency and lowering total cost of ownership. It delivers efficiency greater than 96% at full load in double conversion mode while offering a small footprint. The unity power factor rating of the Liebert eXL UPS enables it to provide more usable power to address computing demand for modern IT loads. The Liebert eXL UPS can accommodate IT loads without de-rating, eliminating the need to oversize and enabling users to measure their true use and available capacity with confidence. Its large, integrated touchscreen control with user-friendly instructions reduces the likelihood of user error. The system has remote diagnostic and real-time communication, which enables proactive maintenance and a condensed service cycle, resulting in a decreased mean time to repair (MTTR) and improving mean time between failures (MTBF).
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