Eaton launch a new UPS to offer stable data centre power

The Eaton 93T UPS is designed to deliver the highest availability at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) to ensure business continuity
The Eaton 93T UPS is designed to deliver the highest availability at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) to ensure business continuity
Power management company Eaton releases a new uninterrupted power supply (UPS) to offer stable power for mission-critical applications & small data centres

Eaton launches a new compact UPS, the Eaton 93T UPS, to provide stable power for mission-critical applications, including server rooms and small data centres. 

The power management company says that the Eaton 93T can be beneficial to a wide range of industries, including finance, healthcare, government and IT sectors. In addition, it has a power rating of 15 kVA to 80 kVA.

The Eaton 93T UPS is also designed to seamlessly integrate with Eaton Brightlayer digital solutions to offer greater performance management. It comes equipped with intelligent operational and management features to leverage data insights for monitoring, managing and optimising performance.

Leveraging power management to optimise digital performance

Eaton is a Fortune 500 company with a global presence and more than 100 years of experience in the electrical industry. Despite being first listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in 1911, in recent years, the company has expanded its focus to include more energy management solutions in conjunction with electrification and digitalisation. 

Its ultimate goal is to accelerate a global transition to renewable energy and help solve the world’s most urgent power management challenges.

The Eaton 93T UPS is designed to deliver the highest availability at the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) to ensure business continuity. Eaton states that its newest product combines high efficiency with a compact footprint, maximum true available power, a powerful internal battery and state-of-the-art cybersecurity. 

Advertised as having up to 20% smaller footprint, the Eaton 93T aims to save valuable space for other revenue-generating equipment. With an optional battery up to 80 kVA, the Eaton 93T UPS also removes the need for an external battery, which frees up additional space as a result.

Eaton’s efficiency-focused technologies help to decrease purchasing and operational expenses significantly and provide savings in cooling costs. The company’s Energy Saver System (ESS) is an energy-saving system that has many years of usage and a wide installed base, which can improve the Eaton 93T UPS’s efficiency levels to 99%.

Improving resilience and cybersecurity

When it comes to cybersecurity, Eaton provides the Cyber Secured Remote Monitoring service, which ensures a rapid response to malfunctions and delivers comprehensive periodic health performance reports for the Eaton 93T UPS. These reports can include prediction analysis and life-cycle management and will help fix issues as they occur, or prevent them altogether. The company describes cybersecurity as a fundamental aspect of its 'secure by design' philosophy.

Cybersecurity within the data centre sector has quickly become an increasingly large priority for businesses. With cyberattacks having increased dramatically, particularly in the last twelve months, data centre companies are having to adopt a ‘not if, but when’ approach. As so-called bad actors have become more sophisticated with their tactics, data breaches and threats have become inevitable.

Furthermore, Eaton's Digital Distributed IT Performance Management (DITPM) digital solution enables extensive Eaton 93T UPS monitoring. Users will be able to easily view, monitor and administer the connected Edge physical and virtual IT environment, UPSs, power distribution units (PDUs) and other devices from a single centralised location. 

DITPM will then promptly alert users to any issues related to environment monitoring and automation. With this comprehensive monitoring capability, DITPM is able to elevate the resilience of the Eaton 93T UPS and bridge the gap between electrical and IT infrastructures. 


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