Eaton 93PM UPS Installation Notes (part #1)

Covering three phase capacity ranges from 20kW all the way up to 400kW, the Eaton 93PM UPS is a great fit for many applications. This flexibility however means even if you’ve installed a 93PM previously, a different configuration might require a completely different wiring scheme and physical lineup. This post is the first of a multi-part series regarding Eaton 93PM UPS install notes that I have compiled in hopes to increase the efficiency of the installation process.

For Part #1 of this series I will address the major AC/DC termination points on a 208V configuration with the 3-breaker sidecar maintenance bypass as follows:

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Can I temporarily remove UPS Batteries?

temporarily remove UPS batteries - UPS battery trays

Quite frequently, I get calls with clients asking “Can I┬átemporarily remove UPS batteries from their pre-installed cabinets? These things are heavy!”. This is a frequent question that comes up because it’s not uncommon for Continue reading “Can I temporarily remove UPS Batteries?”

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