Posted by: Ryan Arsenault
DataCenter, power management, power supplies, UPS
Emerson Network Power today rolled out a new Liebert UPS designed to squeeze more utilization out of pre-existing data center space.
Emerson’s Liebert GXT3 uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is available in 5-10 kVA models. The UPS system can be installed in rack or tower configurations, and features a rotating LED display panel that can be adjusted. Pushing more on the small space theme that Emerson is going for here, the 5 kVA and 6 kVA models require only 4U of space, while the 8 kVA and 10 kVA models use 6U. The UPS also provides simple network management protocol (SNMP) for Web-based monitoring of the product, and a program that allows for parameters to be adjusted and the scheduling of system tests. In addition, Emerson notes that it has built-in signals which alert the admin when battery is low or when other operating system issues arise. The user-replaceable, hot-swappable internal batteries provide four minutes of runtime at full load.
The system is available now, according to the company. Check out the GXT3 UPS specs.