Eaton has announced the launch of a new 400 kilowatt (kW) option with its 93PM uninterruptible power system (UPS) for customers in North America and Latin America. Providing facility and information technology (IT) managers with more capabilities to scale as they grow, Eaton’s latest platform offers a cost-effective solution for modern data centers and other mission-critical applications.

Today’s data centers are constantly growing and expanding infrastructure, so they need integrated power management solutions that provide flexible deployment options and simplified energy management features. Delivering true modular redundancy, the 93PM UPS provides scalability in 50 kW increments, negating the need to purchase a second model for paralleled reliability. The feature allows facility managers to address growing power needs while avoiding unnecessary investments in excess capacity.

“Eaton’s latest enhancement builds on the award-winning 93PM UPS platform, offering an efficient and flexible solution that can be scaled to meet a variety of capacity requirements in the data center,” said Amie Fish, product manager, Eaton. “Providing capabilities to maximize efficiency while addressing evolving power management needs, the 93PM is a valuable solution that is engineered to provide end-users with the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) in the industry.”

Eaton’s 93PM helps reduce operating expenses through its industry-leading efficiency up to 97% in double-conversion mode and through Energy Saver System (ESS), a technology that provides energy efficiency up to 99%. As an integrated UPS solution, the 93PM can be strategically deployed and scaled to meet the specific needs of nearly any critical application, including grey or white space deployment, colocation facilities, mission-critical data centers, and virtual and cloud data center environments.

The 93PM seamlessly integrates with Eaton’s Power Xpert® software and Intelligent Power® Manager, which provide the tools needed to remotely manage power devices in a physical or virtual environment. Additionally, to provide customers with detailed power system insight, the unit features an intuitive liquid crystal display (LCD) touchscreen that provides graphical energy savings and consumption data.