Powerware series
Eaton 5130 UPS
High-density power protection for critical loads from 1250 to
3000 VA—delivering more performance in less space at a value price
Features
• Protects connected equipment from five of the most common
power anomalies: failures, surges, sags, under-voltage and
over-voltage
• Provides more real wattage in less space with a 0.9 power
factor—to protect more equipment and leave more room to
expand IT systems
Product snapshot
Power rating:
1250 VA/1150W
1750 VA/1600W
2500 VA/2250W
3000 VA/2700W
Voltage 230 Vac,
Frequency:
50/60 Hz (auto-sensing)
Topology:
Line interactive, 0.9 power factor
Configuration:
Rack or tower; pedestal and/or
rail kit provided
• Offers the choice of rackmount or tower installation—with
space-saving 2U or 3U reduced-depth packages, including
internal batteries
• Enables prioritised shutdown of non-essential equipment during
outages to maximise battery runtime for critical devices—with load
segmentation.
• Maximises availability with extended battery runtime options,
hot-swappable batteries, optional maintenance bypass, remote
monitoring and power management software
Investment protection
• Two-year limited factory warranty
• Extended warranty coverage options available: Warranty+ = Advanced replacement change over
Warranty+ Silver = Advanced replacement / technician onsite
Warranty+ Gold = Advanced replacement / technician onsite and three annual maintenance visits
A one-stop solution provider, Eaton® provides world-class power protection, power management
and distribution products including uninterruptible power systems (UPSs), DC power systems, software and services. Our Powerware® series has been recognised by end-users and industry experts
for delivering the highest customer value and satisfaction, as well as for demonstrating insight into
customer needs.
Maximum availability
• PowerShare to selectively
shed loads during outages
The newest Powerware series addition, the Eaton 5130 UPS offers more power in the same or smaller footprint than previous-generation equivalents, plus new performance features.
• External battery modules
Valued protection at a value price—when you need
manageability on a budget
for long battery backup
runtimes
• Hot-swappable batteries
The 5130 resolves outages, sags, surges, under-voltage and over-voltage conditions - and supplies
regulated power to all connected equipment. This UPS is particularly well suited for protecting:
• UPS start-up on battery
power
•IT and networking equipment, such as routers, switches, servers, wireless devices, storage systems, security systems and PC/workstation clusters
• Hot-swap maintenance
•Telecom equipment, such as PBXs, VoIP components and EDGE/3G/WiMAX wireless networking
equipment
bypass option to
disconnect the UPS without disrupting loads
The 5130 is value-priced, but it delivers features you would normally expect to find in much higherpriced systems, such as: load segment control, hot-swappable battery modules, long battery runtime options, multiple communication options, high output power factor and high power density—
all in a sleek, modern package.
More power in less space
High power density. Compared to earlier generation technologies, the 5130 powers more servers in
less space, delivering up to 3000 VA in only 2U—including internal batteries. A 3U model is available for short-depth racks, commonly used for telecom equipment. High power density frees up rack
space for more IT equipment, future expansion, or simply to have more room for airflow and heat
dissipation.
High 0.9 power factor. Even though it occupies minimal rack space, the 5130 delivers significantly
more real output wattage—more real power to your protected load. The difference is a very high 0.9
power factor, a measure of apparent power versus real power. By delivering more real output power,
the 5130 powers more servers than another UPS of equivalent VA rating with a lower power factor.
Maximum deployment flexibility. The 5130 can be deployed as a tower unit or in a rack; pedestal and
rail kits are included at no extra charge. This UPS also works with a ePDU (enclosure power distribution unit) to easily distribute power. The ePDU enables quick connection of varied load types without
help from an electrician—great for responding to frequent moves, adds and changes to disconnect
the UPS without disrupting loads.
Rackmount
Tower
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Maximum availability for critical systems
Control and visibility over
UPS status and operation
More battery runtime for important systems. If the power
goes out, you want to reserve available battery runtime for
the most essential loads. With the 5130’s load segmentation
feature, PowerShare, you can independently control output
receptacles. You can shut down power to less essential
loads to extend available runtime for more critical devices.
• LEDs and audible alarms
for up-to-the-minute status
• Multiple options for
load segmentation
PowerShare can also be used to remotely re-boot
locked-up network equipment or manage scheduled shutdowns and sequential startups of
connected equipment.
Battery runtime for minutes or hours. During a power outage, internal batteries in the 5130 keep
loads running for up to 16 minutes (depending on load), long enough to gracefully shut down
systems. You can add more runtime with up to four external battery modules to run systems for
hours if necessary. Each external battery module occupies only 2U (3U for reduced depth, 3000
VA models)and provides more than an hour of runtime for a fully loaded UPS.
Service without downtime. With hot-swappable batteries, one person can replace a battery
module without disrupting data centre operations or power to protected equipment. With an
optional, multi-mount hot-swap maintenance bypass module, you can even remove and replace
the entire UPS without powering down connected loads.
industry-standard
communications
• LanSafe software included
free of charge
• Direct monitoring via
existing management
systems and LANs
Visibility and control from anywhere
Local UPS status at a glance. LEDs on the front panel of the 5130 give you a quick read of UPS
status. Audible indicators alert you to abnormal conditions.
Are internal batteries weak or low? Is there a site wiring fault? How much load is the UPS
supporting, relative to its capacity? Is it at risk of overload? You get up-to-the-minute answers
to these and more critical questions.
Front panel LEDs
Choice of communication options. You would expect UPSs in this class to have one slot for
a serial communications card, but the new 5130 has two built-in serial ports (one USB and
one RS-232) plus an extra slot for another communication card to support Web or SNMP.
Connectivity options are available to suit nearly any communication requirement.
Enhanced monitoring. With new card options, the UPS can communicate directly with network/
building management systems, environmental monitors, relay contact devices, multiple servers
and other UPSs—in a variety of networking environments, including the Web.
Communication cards
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Unified management for power
protection and more
The 5130 comes complete with the Eaton Software Suite CD,
including SNMP-compatible power management software.
LanSafe® provides control and visibility over multiple UPSs,
using an intuitive, graphical interface. From a central vantage
point anywhere within the reach of a network connection,
you can:
•Establish prioritised shutdown of network devices and client/
server applications
•Test all network-connected UPSs from one node
LanSafe answers administrators’ key questions with an intuitive
visual display.
•Analyse trends and power infrastructure conditions
•Stay informed of power problems via email broadcasts to
mobile phones or pagers
Is input voltage within the acceptable range?
If the power went out right now, how long could the UPS run on
battery power?
•Power off an entire UPS and its loads in an emergency
The software suite CD also includes multimedia demonstrations
of various other software packages Eaton offers—and a free
30-day trial for you to explore PowerVision® software for UPS
Is the UPS running on battery power right now?
Are there any active events I need to know about?
performance monitoring/analysis and facility/data centre
management.
Is output voltage within acceptable limits?
What percent of UPS capacity is being used right now?
Is the battery being charged or discharged?
Low total cost of ownership
• Line-interactive topology for best price
to performance ratio
• More real output power for dollar spent
• Pedestal and rail kits included at no
extra charge
Tower pedestals
• UPS monitoring and management
software included
Rail kits
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Eaton 5130 UPS
From Eaton, your trusted ally for
power quality
Features
The 5130 is an excellent choice for any application that calls for
full-featured power protection in a small package at a budgetconscious price.
•The 2U model is optimised for rack mounting but is easily
deployed as a tower with a provided pedestal. The 3U unit is
optimized for tower deployment or short-depth racks.
Representing more than 50 years of R&D excellence, the new
5130 delivers flexibility—flexibility to meet your unique needs
so you can power through any disruption. Eaton will be there
with you for the long term with premium warranty coverage and
expert technical support.
•With the standard PowerShare feature, you can independently control groups of output receptacles to selectively
shed loads during an outage, remotely reboot systems or
manage sequential start-ups.
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•An optional maintenance bypass module enables the entire
UPS to be serviced or replaced without interrupting power
to loads.
•Optional external battery modules extend backup runtime
up to hours during power outages.
•The ePDU adds more plug-and-play flexibility to free-standing or rack mounted UPSs—the right connections just where
you need them.
Communications
•A standard communication slot accepts your choice of
interfaces for Web, SNMP, Modbus or serial connectivity—to
satisfy most any communications need.
•Connect directly to the Ethernet network and the Internet to
monitor and manage the UPS with a standard Web browser.
•Monitor power conditions in real time through your existing
facilities or building management system.
•Monitor and gracefully shut down up to five servers running
various operating systems.
•Receive alarm notifications from the UPS, environmental
monitoring devices or security systems.
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Technical specifications
General
LEDs
Topology
Diagnostics
Transfer time
ROO/RPO
Rail kit/tower stand
13 status-indicating LEDs
Line interactive
Full system self-test at power up
1–4 ms typical
Rear deck emergency stop connector (for remote
on/off and power off)
Included with all units
Electrical input
Nominal voltage
Voltage range*
Frequency
Frequency range
Power draw of UPS
(full load)
230 Vac
230V: 160–294V
50/60 Hz (auto-sensing)
47–70 Hz for 50 Hz operation
1250: 5.4A @230V
1750: 7.6A @230V
2500: 10.9A @230V
3000: 13.0A @230V
Electrical output
Power factor
On utility voltage
regulation
On battery voltage
regulation
Efficiency
Frequency regulation
Over current protection
Load crest factor
PowerShare (Load segments)
Battery
Internal battery type
EBM battery type
Battery runtime
Battery replacement
Start-on-battery
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0.9
230V: 184–265 Vac
-10%, +6% of nominal
Normal or line mode: >94%
On battery: 70% (1250–1750 VA), 75% (2500–3000 VA)
0.1 Hz
Electronic current limit
3:1
Two individually controlled output receptacles
1250/2500 VA: 12V/7.2 Ah; sealed, lead-acid;
maintenance free
1750/3000 VA: 12V/9 Ah; sealed, lead-acid;
maintenance free
12V/9 Ah
1250 VA: 5 min w/internal batteries @100% load (0.9 PF)
1750 VA: 3.5 min w/internal batteries @100% load (0.9 PF)
2500VA: 3 min w/internal batteries @100% load (0.9 PF)
3000 VA: 3 min w/internal batteries @100% load (0.9 PF)
Hot-swappable internal batteries
Allows start of UPS without utility input
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Communications
Serial port
USB port
Optional communications
slots
Cables included
Power management
software
Environmental
Safety markings
Safety conformance
EMC compliance
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Relative humidity
Surge suppression
Audible noise
Altitude
RS-232 (RJ45) ports
As standard (HID)
ConnectUPS-MS network management card
ModBus/JBus
AS400/Relay card
- RS-232 and USB 2 metre communications - 2x10Amp IEC to IEC output cable
- 15Amp Australian input cable (2.5 & 3kva only)
Eaton Software Suite CD-ROM (bundled with UPS)
230V: C-Tick; CE, TUV, cUL, UL
230V: UL1778, UL 497A (data line only); cUL (CAN/
CSA C22.2, No. 107.1); EN 50091-1-1 and IEC 60950
230V: EN 50091-2. FCC Part 15 subpart J Class A
1250 VA: 0˚C to +40˚C
1750–3000 VA: 0˚C to +35°C
-15˚C to +50˚C
20–95% non-condensing
ANSI C62.41 Category A (formerly IEEE 587)
Max 45 dBA
Up to 10,000 ft (3000M) without de-rating
Heat dissipation table (battery fully charged)
5130 model
Line mode, BTUs/hr
Battery mode, BTUs/hr
1250 VA
250
1,682
1750 VA
348
2,340
2500 VA
490
2,559
3000 VA
588
3,071
* The high and low thresholds can be user adjusted using the downloadable UPS Configuration tool.
Rack/Tower Models
Catalogue Number
Rating (VA/Watts)
Input Connection
Output Receptacles2
Dimensions H x W x D mm
Rack/Tower Models: 230V, 50/60 Hz
PW5130i1250-XL2U
1250/1150
IEC C14-10A
(8) IEC-C13-10A
87 (2U) x 441 x 509
PW5130i1750-XL2U
1750/1600
IEC C14-10A
(8) IEC-C13-10A
87 (2U) x 441 x 509
PW5130i2500-XL2UAU
2500/2250
IEC C20-16A (1) IEC-C19 16A, (8) IEC-C13 10A
87 (2U) x 441 x 634
PW5130i3000-XL2UAU 3000/2700
IEC C20-16A (1) IEC-C19 16A, (8) IEC-C13 10A
87 (2U) x 441 x 634
PW5130i3000-XL3UAU
3000/2700
IEC C20-16A
(1) IEC-C19 16A, (8) IEC-C13 10A
131 (3U) x 441 x 484
Rack/Tower Extended Battery Modules
PW5130N1750-EBM2U
NA
NA
NA
87 (2U) x 441 x 509
PW5130N3000-EBM2U
NA
NA
NA
87 (2U) x 441 x 634
PW5130N3000-EBM3U
NA
NA
NA
131 (3U) x 441 x 484
Weight kg
24.3
26.6
33.8
33.8
34.3
30.4
41.7
41.7
1. 230V models are adjustable to 150-294V range. 2. All models are equipped with (2) load segments (programmable outlets).
Battery Backup Times (in minutes)*
Rack/Tower Models
Load (VA/Watts)
Internal batteries
+1 EBM
+2 EBMs
+3 EBMs
PW5130i1250-XL2U
125/115
119
430
741
1052
313/288
32
150
267
384
625/575
15
58
100
143
938/863
6
42
77
113
1250/1150
5
29
54
79
PW5130i1750-XL2U
175/160
80
245
410
575
438/400
24
96
168
240
875/800
9
36
62
89
1313/1200
6
24
42
60
1750/1600
3
16
28
41
PW5130i2500-XL2UAU
250/225
77
300
410
780
625/563
28
122
207
309
1250/1125
11
55
100
150
2153/1938
6
31
59
90
2500/2250
3
23
42
63
PW5130i3000-XL2UAU / PW5130i3000-XL3UAU
300/270
70
242
448
634
750/675
24
105
180
255
1500/1350
10
44
73
101
2250/2025
5
25
47
69
3000/2700
3
17
32
47
+4 EBMs
1363
502
185
148
104
740
312
115
79
53
1064
412
206
120
85
820
330
130
91
62
*Battery backup times are approximate and may vary with equipment, configuration, battery age, temperature, etc.
Eaton Industries Pty. Ltd.
Electrical Group
Head Office:
10 Kent Road Mascot,
NSW 2020 Australia
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