Emerson's Liebert eXM UPS is designed for operational efficiency
Emerson Network Power introduced the Liebert eXM UPS system for small and medium power requirements seeking greater cost control, flexibility, optimization and speed of deployment. The 3-phase UPS will be available in North America (including Canada), Central America and Latin America in March in eight fixed capacities from 10 to 100kVA/kW, in 208V and 220V.
During double conversion mode, the transformer-free Liebert eXM UPS delivers 95.4 percent efficiency. While in energy saving Eco-Mode, efficiency increases up to 98 percent.
Optimized ancillaries add flexibility to meet dynamic IT environments. These include matching battery cabinets that extend runtimes, bypass cabinets to allow full-system maintenance without critical load shutdown, distribution cabinets offering subfeed breakers and panel boards to connect to load, and paralleling cabinets to achieve higher capacities or add redundancy.
The intelligence capabilities of the Liebert eXM UPS include a robust on-unit LCD panel which manages operational parameters while reducing human error. The Alber battery monitoring option improves the reliability of backup batteries through continuous testing and reporting. Additionally, the exclusive LIFE Services provides rich lifecycle management via continuous remote diagnostics and proactive service dispatch. Emerson experts use advanced service level data and IP-based communications to anticipate, identify, diagnose and respond to problems before they can cause downtime or hinder performance.