UPS: Scalable, uninterruptible power supply
Eaton Corp.’s newest scalable UPS helps protect dense computing systems against faulty power.
Eaton Corp.’s newest scalable UPS helps protect dense computing systems against faulty power. The new 10 kVA Pulsar MX Frame UPS system
The UPS, available in 10U configuration, gives users a low-cost solution to scalable power protection, Eaton says.
Accommodating Eaton's Pulsar MX 5000 RT hot-swappable power and battery modules, the new Pulsar MX Frame gives users a low-entry cost to scalable power in one easy-to-populate modular system.
As with Eaton's larger 20 kVA 16U (28-inch) frame, the same power and battery sub-modules can be used for the stand-alone Pulsar MX RT 5 kVA uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and the modular chassis, which significantly reduces the entry cost to scalability. Eaton offers product data sheets on the Pulsar MX Frame.
–Edited by Mark T. Hoske , editor in chief
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10 kVA Pulsar MX Frame UPS system, sold under the MGE Office Protection Systems brand name, accommodates Eaton's Pulsar MX 5000 RT hot-swappable power and battery modules.
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