Eaton release new 5P Gen 2 UPS for secure power IT environments

Eaton release new 5P Gen 2 UPS for secure power IT environments

Intelligent power management company, Eaton, has announced the launch of the Eaton 5P Gen 2 UPS, a compact and more efficient power solution for Edge and informational technology (IT) needs.

Delivering more output, security and control than any other device in its class, this new product range also enables fleet management, remote UPS setting and remote firmware upgrades.

The 5P Gen 2 has enhanced power capability and provides up to 1350W, which is 22% more than its predecessor and 33% more than comparable models available on the market, making it ideal for protecting a wide range of applications. Its intelligent design ensures both stable performance and energy savings, while advanced load segment control prioritises critical equipment and optimises battery runtime. 

This UPS model features the Eaton ABM+ Advanced Battery Management technology, which extends battery life by up to 50% and allows for accurate battery life prediction and timely replacement alerts powered by Machine Learning. It also comes with hot-swappable batteries and an intuitive battery replacement wizard via a built-in graphical LCD (liquid crystal display).

Eaton’s Intelligent Power Manager (IPM2) and Distributed IT Performance Management (DITPM) software enable remote monitoring and management of IT infrastructure, even in hard-to-reach locations, including secure device configuration and firmware updates. 

The Eaton 5P Gen 2 UPS, together with the cybersecure Gigabit Network Card (included in the Netpack versions), meets stringent cybersecurity standards. Moreover, Eaton’s Brightlayer Software Suite is available for seamless integration with virtualisation environments, ensuring continuous service and data integrity.

Whether customers opt for the compact 1U rack or the tower option, the Eaton 5P Gen 2 UPS fits all space requirements, making it compatible with a variety of setups.

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