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Eaton 9130 UPS feedback

Note the EATON Press release.  Maybe the "burn on the bench" is the way
they get to the California energy reduction Standards?  If it isn't
working it isn't using power.

Date: 23 October 2012

Latest Eaton Thought Leadership White Paper Provides Technical Analysis
of Eaton's Energy Saver System

Eaton today announced the release of its latest white paper,
"Understanding Eaton Energy Saver System." In the paper, George Navarro,
an Eaton technical solutions engineering specialist, explains how
Eaton's Energy Saver System (ESS) enables large uninterruptible power
systems (UPSs) to operate at up to 99 percent efficiency without
sacrificing reliability.

Though ESS is rapidly gaining support in the UPS industry for its
ability to build on the strengths of traditional double-conversion
architectures, many consultants and end users have questions about how
ESS works and what enables it to lower power consumption while
maintaining high levels of availability. In the paper, Navarro answers
these questions by providing in-depth technical information about ESS's
architecture, reliability characteristics, computational infrastructure
and surge suppression attributes.

Ralph Brandt

-----Original Message-----
From: Seth Mattinen [mailto:sethm at rollernet.us] 
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 2:59 PM
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Eaton 9130 UPS feedback

Does anyone use Eaton 9130 series UPS for anything? I'm curious how
they've worked out for you.

I bought a 700VA model to give it a whirl versus the traditional APC
since the Eaton is an online type with static bypass and also does some
high efficiency thing where it normally stays on bypass, but the first
thing it did on the bench was have the inverter/rectifier or bypass
section catch on fire and destroy itself.