Eaton 5PX 3000 VA Line-Interactive Rack / Tower UPS
Eaton 5PX3000RT3U UPS: Power Rating: 3000 VA / 2.7 kW Voltage: 120V, 50/60 Hz Input Connection: L5-30P (10ft Cord) Outlets: (1) L5-30R, (6) 5-20R Form Factor: Tower / 3U Rackmount
The Eaton 5PX UPS is a powerful enterprise class power backup solution with up to four extended battery modules (EBM) and exceptional power efficiency. Managed outlet segments allow you to monitor energy consumption down to the outlet level on an intuitive LCD screen. An optional Network Card (NETWORK-MS) enables seamless remote management and in standard or virtual server environments ("Virtualization-ready").
Extended Runtime: Add up to four extended battery modules for maximum runtime. Efficiency: Energy Star Qualified UPS provides industry leading efficiency of up to 99 percent. More power: Protects more devices by providing 28% more wattage compared to traditional UPSs. Battery life: Eatonís exclusive ABM technology increases battery service life by 50 percent. Energy metering: Meter energy consumption down to the outlet segments. LCD display: Eatonís next generation LCD offers a graphical interface which provides all critical UPS information in a single screen view. Remote UPS management: Monitor and manage devices over your network using an optional NETWORK-MS Network Card. Virtualization-ready: Advanced integration with virtualization platforms from VMwareT, CitrixT, Red HatT and MicrosoftT, through Eaton's free Intelligent Power Software. (requires NETWORK-MS Network Card) Warranty: 3 Year Warranty including the battery.
Whatís in the box:
Four-post rail kit
User manual CD
Intelligent Power Software Suite CD
Quick start guide
RS-232 serial cable
Phillips Head screw driver
2 IEC to IEC jumper cables (208V 230V models)
Eaton Series 5 UPSs are most effective against five power problems: power failures, power sags, power surges, under-voltage and over-voltage. They also offer a degree of protection against other power problems. Some of the damages you risk by not using a Series 5 UPS include premature hardware failure, data loss and corruption, data errors, keyboard lockup, storage loss and system lockup. Series 5 UPSs are recommended for everything from small network systems to enterprise networking environments.