We have provided a large number of the Eaton 9PX single-phase rack/tower-mount UPS since it’s introduction and figured it was time to post a short quick-start video on getting this little unit running. It’s fairly straight forward but it’s very important that you perform the initial startup in the correct order. This particular video is for the 700VA to 3000VA series of 9PX that is provided for the US Market with 120V in/out.
Eaton 9PX 700VA – 3000VA Quick Start Video
Quite frequently, I get calls asking if it is alright to temporarily remove batteries from a battery cabinet while moving in a new UPS system. This is because it’s fairly common for Continue reading “Temporary UPS Battery Removal”
If you’ve been around UPS systems even a little bit over the years you’ve surely seen a 9170. The original design was a white/beige but for a while now, they’ve been black. It’s been a solid system, and was a very forward-thinking modular design, way before Continue reading “Eaton’s 9170+ Refresh is Finally Here! – Eaton 9PXM UPS”
To reduce costly downtime for scheduled maintenance and to speed up replacement of a UPS System down-the-road, a remote-mount maintenance bypass panel can be a great choice. This is because having a completely separate bypass cabinet will let the end-user
or service provider completely and safely route utility / generator power around and away from the UPS cabinet in a make-before-break fashion = no loss of load.
To understand how the bypass works from a one-line perspective, here’s a quick sketch
that was put together during the preliminary design stage.
For this particular project, we designed a custom maintenance bypass with integral power distribution breakers to function seamlessly with an Eaton 93PM UPS. Not only Continue reading “Eaton 93PM UPS Bypass Panel with Distribution – Plano, TX”
While my line sheet doesn’t list every manufacturer we partner with, consider this the short-list of those we work with on a daily basis. Not finding what you’re looking for? Contact me and I may still be able to help.
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If you are an end-user, an electrical design engineer, or an installing electrical contractor working with UPS and IT Power Distribution Systems, this site is for you. This blog is intended to be a simple way to inform my clients on topics that directly effect their power quality and IT power distribution challenges.
Regarding the manufacturers I represent, I’ll be updating periodically on their offerings. Sometimes this will be info on new configuration options and facility planning data, and
other times it may an important Continue reading “Welcome Post”