Powerware series
5–6 kVA power protection for critical systems
Eaton 9135 UPS
Product snapshot
Power rating: 5 kVA/3.5 kW; 6 kVA/4.2 kW
Voltage:
208V or 230V nominal, 200–250 Vac range
Frequency:
50/60 Hz (auto-sensing)
Configuration: Rackmount (3U) or tower
Features
• Provides clean, continuous power to protect critical equipment and applications from power-related
downtime, data loss and corruption, and process
interruption
• Saves valuable rack space by delivering up to 6000
VA/4200W in only 3U
• Provides deployment versatility by offering rack and
tower installation options with rail kits and pedestal
provided
• Increases availability with hot-swappable batteries
and power module and an optional external maintenance bypass
• Offers extended battery runtime options to power
essential systems for more than an hour during an
outage
• Simplifies UPS monitoring and management with a
bright LCD user interface, intuitive LanSafe® software
and optional eNotify service from Eaton®
• Provides investment protection with a two-year
limited warranty, an extended warranty, Flex™ and
PowerTrust™ service contracts, and a $250,000 load
protection guarantee (US and Canada)
If you operate a facility or data
center, you know the reality
well: utility power voltages can
vary significantly from their
specified value. Electricity from
local utilities is typically plagued
with surges, sags, electrical
noise, harmonics, load fluctuations, outages and other interferences. These anomalies can corrupt data, cause process interruptions, and damage or destroy
connected equipment.
The new Eaton 9135 UPS from
our Powerware® series resolves
these power problems and supplies continuous, conditioned
power. You get clean power
for valuable IT and networking
equipment, battery backup to
gracefully handle utility outages,
and on-demand visibility into
UPS status from anywhere.
The 9135 delivers superior
power protection for mediumdensity data centers, banking
and security systems, manufacturing process control, retail
point-of-sale systems and
telecommunications/VoIP equipment. Combining premium
performance with innovative features, the 9135 is an exceptional
UPS in its class.
Get more usable power for
every utility dollar.
The 9135 provides exactly
the level of power protection
needed under the conditions
of the moment—optimizing for
both efficiency and performance.
When this optional feature is
activated, the UPS monitors
incoming power and operates
in high-efficiency mode unless
power conditions warrant an
automatic switch to doubleconversion mode.
With this technology, the UPS
can operate at up to 97 percent
efficiency under normal conditions—and up to 91 percent
when poor power conditions
require the UPS to work harder
to deliver clean power. High
efficiency leads to a greener IT
infrastructure—one that uses
less energy and dissipates less
heat, which in turn reduces
power and cooling costs.
Double conversion design offers superior reliability and protection.
The 9135 continuously conditions and controls AC output during normal operating conditions—regulating
both voltage and frequency. Even when presented with the most severe power problems, UPS output
remains within two percent of nominal voltage.
Unlike other commercially-available UPS topologies, a double conversion design fully protects connected
equipment from all nine of the most common power problems: outages, sags, surges, spikes, brownouts, line noise, frequency variation, switching transients and harmonic distortion.
With a wide range of acceptable input voltages, this UPS does not depend on batteries to smooth out
power fluctuations. Batteries are conserved for those times when utility power is highly unstable or
completely out. If an outage occurs, the 9135 transfers to battery with no break in power, making this an
ideal UPS for equipment sensitive to voltage fluctuations.
High-density packaging provides space-saving flexibility.
The 9135 increases power density, delivering up to 6000 VA/4200W in only 3U of rack space. Rail kits
and tower stands are included with every 9135 for flexible installation.
The 9135 fits easily into a rack,
using only 3U of space and leaving plenty of room for other
equipment, such as EBMs or
PPDMs.
This UPS is even more user-friendly than the Eaton 9125 UPS—and offers greater distribution capabilities, with four L6-30 outlets (and IEC options) to power multiple pieces of equipment without a PDU.
You can combine the 9135 with an Eaton enclosure PDU (ePDU™) to power an entire rack of equipment
from a single power cord input. ePDU outlets can be monitored, switched, sequenced and managed individually, providing maximum flexibility in distributing power from the 9135.
Service the UPS without interrupting power to downstream systems.
The 9135 features hot-swappable components and an automatic internal bypass. The UPS automatically
switches to an alternate power path within the unit if it senses a trouble condition with an internal component. Users can even remove and replace the battery and power modules without powering down the
UPS or interrupting power to loads.
With an optional external maintenance bypass—a PowerPass® power distribution module (PPDM) that
occupies only 3U of rack space—you can even remove and upgrade or replace the entire UPS without
disrupting power to critical equipment.
The 9135 PPDM integrates a step-down transformer that enables the UPS to be connected to energysaving 208V or 240V input voltage, while providing appropriate output voltages for connected equipment.
Even non-technical users can easily replace the hot-swappable batteries or power modules without
interrupting power to loads.
With the growth in servers with dual or triple cords, users will also appreciate the extra receptacles that
come with the PPDM for added plug-and-play flexibility.
Extend runtime for hours during power outages.
During a power outage, internal batteries in the 9135 keep loads running long enough to gracefully shut
down systems. Add up to four external battery modules (EBMs) to deliver more than an hour of extended runtime at full load—or hours under lighter loads. Each EBM occupies only 3U of rack space. These
battery modules are hot-swappable and can be replaced at any time without interrupting UPS operation
and load protection.
Maximize battery backup time for critical systems.
For IEC versions of the 9135, LanSafe power management software enables independent control of load
segments. With this feature, you can manage scheduled shutdowns and sequential startups of protected
loads. During a power outage, you could shut down power to less essential loads to extend battery
backup time for more critical devices.
Independently control groups of
output receptacles.
When the load segments feature is used with optional ConnectUPS connectivity cards, users can
remotely re-boot locked-up network equipment. Simply access the ConnectUPS card over the network,
and toggle the password-protected load segment controller to get your network back online.
LanSafe answers administrators’ key questions with an
intuitive visual display.
(IEC versions only)
Is input voltage within the acceptable range?
If the power went out right now, how long could the UPS run on
battery power?
Is the UPS running on battery power right now?
Are there any active events I need to know about?
Is the UPS online or in bypass mode?
Is output voltage within acceptable limits?
What percent of UPS capacity is being used right now?
Is the battery being charged or discharged?
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See UPS status at a glance.
An intuitive LCD interface provides detailed information and menu-driven functions for UPS management. The entire display rotates for the best orientation, whether the UPS is used vertically as a tower
unit or horizontally in a rack.
The blue, backlit LCD screen displays four
lines of alphanumeric information.
LEDs clearly display UPS status:
• Load Protected
• Downgraded Operation
• Load Not Protected
Navigate the display with buttons to scroll
up, scroll down, select or escape.
UPS ON/OFF button
Monitor and manage the UPS from anywhere.
Connectivity options are available to suit nearly any communication requirement. The standard unit is
equipped with native USB and RS-232 serial communication ports and a DB-9 dry contact port. You can
customize your UPS by adding X-Slot® interface options for other types of communications, such as:
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• A direct connection to the Ethernet network and the Internet,
with the ability to monitor and manage the UPS from a standard
Web browser
• Serial connection for monitoring and graceful shutdown of up to
five servers running various operations systems
• Serial connection for simple alarm notification via isolated contacts to signal a change of state in UPS operation (typical in IBM®
eServer® iSeries applications)
1. Optional communication
card slot for Web/SNMP
interface
2. USB port
3. DB 9 serial port
4. DB 9 with five dry output
contacts
5. Remote power off
9135 Ethernet cards
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Unify the management of UPS functions and connections.
The 9135 comes complete with the Eaton Software Suite CD, including SNMP-compatible LanSafe
power management software. LanSafe provides control and visibility over multiple UPSs, using an intuitive, graphical interface.
The 9135 offers the highend features you need—
such as double conversion
design, extended battery
runtime options and remote
monitoring—yet it is easy
for even non-technical users
to manage.
From a central vantage point, you can perform all requisite management processes for power protection,
such as establishing a prioritized shutdown of network devices and client/server applications, testing
all networked UPSs from one node, analyzing trends and network conditions, and staying informed of
power problems via email broadcasts to mobile phones or pagers.
The Software Suite CD also includes multimedia demonstrations of various other software packages
that Eaton offers—and a free 30-day trial for you to explore PowerVision® software for UPS performance
monitoring and analysis as well as facility and data center management.
Versatility for your power protection strategy
The 9135 offers the versatility you need for resilient, adaptable power protection. For example, its highdensity design frees more rack space for IT equipment. A single chassis can be used as a rack or tower
unit; the display rotates to match. A choice of operating modes offers maximum protection or maximum
energy efficiency. With a choice of output receptacle combinations, it powers more equipment without requiring a PDU. And it enables you to swap out batteries and the power module—even the whole
UPS—without disrupting power to loads. That’s versatility.
From Eaton, your trusted ally for power quality
Eaton is a technology leader in power protection, power distribution and infrastructure solutions, with the
award-winning Powerware series of products, 350+ customer support engineers in North America and
one of the largest patent portfolios in the industry.
For more than 40 years—from the first commercial UPS to the latest high-efficiency, high-density
models—our power protection systems have set the standard and earned industry acclaim. Tens of thousands of Eaton UPSs are in use around the globe, protecting critical systems in every imaginable market,
from medical to military, financial to aerospace, industrial to telecom.
To find out more about Eaton power protection solutions, visit our Web site at www.powerware.com or
contact us at 1-800-356-5794. For more about the 9135, visit www.powerware.com/9135.
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Technical specifications
Communications
General
User interface
LEDs
Topology
Diagnostics
UPS bypass
Dimensions
Rail kit
Graphical LCD with blue backlight and text in English,
French, German, Portuguese, Italian and Spanish
Four status-indicating LEDs
Double-conversion
Full system self-test
Automatic bypass
See model selection guide
Included with all units
Serial port
USB port
Relay output
Communications
slot
Software
208V, 230V
200V, 208V, 220V, 230V, 240V and 250V
user-selectable
156–280 Vac (output PF 0.7)
5000 VA: 24.0A @208V
6000 VA: 28.8A @208V
35A
EMC markings
Voltage range
Power draw of
UPS (full load)
Recommended
input breaker
rating
Frequency
50/60 Hz autoselect
Frequency range 40–70 Hz
Safety markings
Battery recharge
time
Battery
replacement
Start-on-battery
-20˚C (-4˚F) to +40˚C (104˚F) with batteries and
-25˚C (-13˚F) to +55˚C
(131˚F) without batteries
Relative humidity 5–90% non-condensing
Heat dissipation (BTUs/hour)
Efficiency
5 kVA
6 kVA
0.7
±2% of nominal
Normal
91%
1150
1350
Battery
86%
1650
1960
±2% of nominal
High efficiency
97%
370
450
>97% in high-efficiency mode; 91% in normal mode
±3% Hz online
3 to 1
Back panel configurations
Choose from a variety of output receptacle combinations.
Battery
Internal battery
type
External battery
modules
EBM battery type
Battery runtime
Audible noise
Ambient
operating
Storage
temperature
208V: UL, NOM, NYCE
230V: CE, C-Tick, UL, GS
208/230V: FCC-A, VCCI-A, BSMI-A, C-Tick,
CE Compliance
Max 46 dB
0˚C (32˚F) to +40˚C (104˚F)
Operating mode
Electrical output
Power factor
On utility voltage
regulation
On battery
voltage regulation
Efficiency
Frequency
regulation
Load crest
factor
LanSafe UPS monitoring and management software
Environmental
Electrical input
Nominal voltage
RS-232 as standard, RS-232 cable provided
As standard (HID)
DB-9 Dry Contact—common alarm as standard
Optional communication slots (Mini X-Slot)
5.5 Ah, sealed, lead-acid; maintenance free
Up to four per 9135, rail kits included for
rack mounting
5.5 Ah, sealed, lead-acid; maintenance free
Four (4) minutes with internal batteries @100%
load (0.7 PF)
For additional details, see battery runtime chart
Six (6) hours to recover 90 percent of nominal backup
time after 100 percent RCD load discharge
Hot-swappable internal and external batteries
Hardwired models—230V
Hardwired models—208V
Allows start of UPS without utility input
Power-corded models—208V
Back panel configurations vary by model type.
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Models
Catalog number
Style number
Rating
(VA/Watts)
North American Rack/Tower Models: 208V, 50/60 Hz
PW9135G5000-XL3UHW
103006717-6591
5000/3500
PW9135G5000-XL3U
103006718-6591
5000/3500
PW9135G6000-XL3UHW
103006719-6591
6000/4200
PW9135G6000-XL3U
103006720-6591
6000/4200
International Rack/Tower Models: 230V, 50/60 Hz
PW9135G5000-XL3UEU
103006721-6591
5000/3500
PW9135G6000-XL3UEU
103006722-6591
6000/4200
Extended Battery Modules
PW9135N6000-EBM3U
103006723-6591
N/A
Input plug
Output receptacles
Dimensions H x W x D, in (mm)
Weight, lb (kg)
Hardwired
L6-30P
Hardwired
L6-30P
Hardwired + (4) L6-30R
Hardwired + (4) L6-30R
Hardwired + (4) L6-30R
Hardwired + (4) L6-30R
5.14 (3U) x 17.5 x 29.2 (130 x 444 x 741)
5.14 (3U) x 17.5 x 29.2 (130 x 444 x 741)
5.14 (3U) x 17.5 x 29.2 (130 x 444 x 741)
5.14 (3U) x 17.5 x 29.2 (130 x 444 x 741)
125.7 (57.0)
125.7 (57.0)
125.7 (57.0)
125.7 (57.0)
Hardwired
Hardwired
Hardwired + (2) C19, (8) C13
Hardwired + (2) C19, (8) C13
5.14 (3U) x 17.5 x 29.2 (130 x 444 x 741)
5.14 (3U) x 17.5 x 29.2 (130 x 444 x 741)
125.7 (57.0)
125.7 (57.0)
N/A
N/A
5.14 (3U) x 17.5 x 25.6 (130 x 444 x 650)
155.4 (77.5)
Battery Backup Times (in minutes)
Load (VA/Watts)
1000/700
2000/1400
3000/2100 *
4000/2800
5000/3500
6000/4200 *
Standard Internal Batteries
36
13
10
7
5
4
+1 EBM
132
52
40
29
22
18
+2 EBMs
232
95
74
53
41
33
+3 EBMs
332
140
110
80
62
50
+4 EBMs
433
184
146
107
83
68
* Runtimes available for the 6 kVA model only.
UNITED STATES
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Toll Free: 1.800.356.5794
or 919.872.3020
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CANADA
Ontario: 416.798.0112
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LATIN AMERICA
Argentina: 54.11.4343.6323
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México: 52.55.9000.5252
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EUROPE/MIDDLE EAST/AFRICA
Denmark: 45.3686.7910
Finland: 358.94.52.661
France: 33.1.6012.7400
Germany: 49.0.7841.604.0
Italy: 39.02.66.04.05.40
Norway: 47.23.03.65.50
Sweden: 46.8.598.940.00
United Kingdom: 44.1753.608.700
ASIA PACIFIC
Australia: 61.2.9693.9366
New Zealand: 64.0.3.343.3314
China: 86.21.6361.5599
HK/Korea/Taiwan: 852.2745.6682
India: 91.11.2649.9414 to 18
Singapore/SEA: 65.6825.1668
LanSafe, Eaton, ePDU, Flex, PowerChain
Management, PowerTrust, Powerware,
PowerPass, X-Slot, and PowerVision are trade
names, trademarks, and/or service marks of
Eaton Corporation. All other trademarks are
the property of their respective owners.
© 2008 Eaton Corporation
All Rights Reserved
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Publication No. 9135FXA
October 2008
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