Invensys Powerware debuts new family of uninterruptible power systems.
The new Powerware 9350, expands our High 9's PowerTrain solution offering, which seamlessly integrates a full range of products including UPS, transient voltage surge suppression (TVSS), static transfer switches (STS), power distribution units (PDU), batteries, flywheels and emergency generators. The solution also includes power management software, and a full line of service options that include remote enterprise monitoring, and 24x7 preventative and corrective maintenance; ensuring high-availability, digital quality power for business applications.
"We developed the Powerware 9350 to meet the nonstop availability our customers demand. After all, there is simply no room for down time in today's technology-dependent businesses. Any critical power solution must deliver the highest degree of reliability for maximum uptime," said Darrick Finan, director of product management, Invensys Powerware. "By using the latest in digital battery management and communication technologies, the Powerware 9350 is a solution for the long-term. This product is technologically advanced and has a much longer life cycle than similar products, without costing our customers a premium."
To protect critical applications from power quality issues and power disturbances, which, according to EPRI (Electric Power Research Institute) cost the U.S. economy more than $119 billion annually, Powerware provides a broad portfolio of products and services designed to ensure the reliability of power for any application.
The Powerware 9350 160kVA model is currently available at a starting list price of $25,000.
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|Title Annotation:||Intensys Powerware 9350 160KVA|
|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Nov 4, 2002|
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