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Eaton 9130 UPS feedback



Yeah, that's about right. When I had one fail that was not set in power
saver mode, it just shut off intermittently before letting out the genie.
When I had one go out while it was in energy saver mode, it continued to
operate but put out a weak ~80Vrms with heavy distortion that caused
equipment damage.

Foul.

Also in regards to OutBack - the Radian GS8048 is beautiful. I'd highly
recommend it. It is basically two inverter/charger  modules paralleled in
one chassis, each being 4Kw. I was playing with one and yoinked the control
cable to one module -- the power stayed on without incident and the MATE3
control unit (which is fun and Ethernet equipped) reported the error. If
you use the 8048 in half capacity it's redundant.

It gives 120/240 (l1, neutral, l2) out of the box and is pure sine. I
recommend getting the matching GS load center with it because it makes the
install super easy and includes the requisite breakers.

Tom Morris, KG4CYX
Chairman, South Florida Tropical Hamboree
Mad Scientist, Miami Children's Museum

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On Nov 15, 2012 9:29 AM, "Brandt, Ralph" <ralph.brandt at pateam.com> wrote:

> 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.
>
> ~Seth
>
>
>