Eaton Intros 9395 825 UPS

Eaton introduces Powerware 9395 825 kVA UPS to meet large data center needs

June 24, 2008

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RALEIGH, N.C. -- Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation today announced a new and extended power rating for its industry-leading Powerware 9395 uninterruptible power system (UPS). The new 825 kVA offering will be unveiled during the Gartner Information Technology (IT) Infrastructure, Operations and Management Summit in Orlando, Fla.

The Powerware 9395 825 kVA UPS follows the innovative capabilities introduced to the market with the highly successful 2007 launch of the 275 and 550 kVA systems. The Powerware 9395 offers unmatched power performance with greater than 94 percent efficiency across a wide load range while providing simple and cost-saving scalability. The 9395 UPS has been widely adopted in organizations around the world as varied as financial institutions, telecom companies, research and medical facilities and manufacturing sites where data processing, storage and power protection are critical to business continuity.

With the information and data explosion associated with online transactions, Internet applications and overall data center growth, our customers are asking for more powerful UPS systems to support their critical business processes,” said Jim Davis, three-phase UPS business unit manager, Eaton Power Quality Division. “With the introduction of our 825 kVA model, the Powerware 9395 meets today’s need for more powerful UPSs but also allows our customers to efficiently power their data centers regardless of actual load levels.”

Eaton Corp.

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