Eaton launches new, heavy-duty UPS
9PHD built to secure reliability of critical systems in demanding environments, vendor says
Power management company Eaton has launched a next-generation industrial uninterruptable power supply (UPS), the 9PHD, which the vendor said is designed to withstand harsh working conditions.
In a statement, Eaton explained that the 9PHD is built to secure the reliability of critical systems in demanding marine, rail, and process industry environments. The UPS features a new core and modular design, which Eaton said delivers efficiency and optimised operating costs.
"For many of our customers a reliable power source is the cornerstone of safe operations in harsh and exceptionally challenging working environments. Taking shortcuts when it comes to safety isn't an option, but at the same time companies need to keep a close eye on the overall cost of their operations." said Anees Muliyattil, regional leader for critical power projects, Eaton Middle East.
"The 9PHD is both strong and efficient, offering over 96% efficiency in double conversion mode and 99% when operating in Eaton's Energy Saver System (ESS) mode. This, together with the unit's high configurability and scalability, helps us to meet our customer's specific power requirements and ensure the continuity of their businesses."
The 9PHD is available in a power range from 40kVA to 200kVA and comes in two frame sizes depending on the required power and transformer configuration, Eaton said. The vendor added that, thanks to the UPS's adaptability, it can be adjusted to suit a wide range of industries.
With ingress protection available up to IP54, Eaton said that the 9PHD is built to endure harsh working environments and has undergone testing to withstand seismic and high vibration conditions. The UPS is also available with internal transformer options.
The 9PHD has a modular structure for easier installation and maintenance. It offers front access and ample interior cable connection space to support quick cable termination and even the use of double cables if required, Eaton said. Additional features, such as lifting lugs and wheels, make the heavy duty units easier to handle during installation, removal and servicing, the vendor added.