There is no group that uses more jargon than power protection/power conditioning manufacturers. Sifting through these terms is difficult, but here is some helpful advice to sort through the verbiage and understand what power technology can do for your organization.
Helping to decipher the terms thrown around the surge protection market, SurgeX provides a list of common terms and jargon related to power technology and power protection technology.
Eaton says its 9PXM UPS is designed to give data center operators and IT managers a scalable and flexible solution for delivering reliable backup power.
The PRO-RT product line from Minuteman includes features such as load shedding with two controllable receptacle banks, independent battery bypass, plus auto-restart, and is being called an “electrical firewall.”
The Eaton 208/220v lowers cost of ownership while introducing flexible deployment and more to the company’s uninterruptible power supply line.
Eaton’s 208/220V model supports the most popular three-phase UPS voltages as part of the 93PM product line.
The 208/220V model features new voltage, swappable technology, a lithium-ion battery, slim form factor and remote monitoring.