Energy saving efficiency in a scalable format
Power Quality Solution for Data Centres
Eaton BladeUPS
12 - 60 kW
Energy saving efficiency in
a scalable format
High-density computing environments
demand more power
Today, the management of a data center or network operations
center places you under the intense pressure to reduce costs
while dealing with inescapable operational realities:
Expanding power demands. The blade servers that are satisfying
business demands can raise the demands for power consumption
in the same footprint. Rack power requirements that were once at
60 watts per U may now have to be delivered at levels up to 600
watts per U with redundant power supplies.
Increasing power costs. Utility rates have a common recurrence, they always go up. Energy costs are emerging as the
second highest operating cost (behind labor) in 70% of data centers worldwide. (Gartner, 2009). To this point, many organizations
are researching and developing plans to implement efficient and
affordable power solutions in their facilities.
Excessive heat. Blade servers generate a lot of heat that translates into high demand for additional energy. A fully loaded rack of
blade servers can use close to 30 kW of power. This equals over
100,000 BTU/hr in heat generation that requires cooling– wasted
heat, which is not utilized in any way. Since cooling adds huge
costs to data center operations, IT organizations are forced to
increase their power efficiency to counteract the inefficient heat
and cooling problems.
If you manage, engineer, or plan the present and future of a data
center or network operations center, you are already aware of
these critical issues and their impact on operations. Your challenge
is to make decisions that provide efficient power protection and
distribution for growing loads, while managing the heat.
Eaton® is ready to help you with these challenges.
Eaton BladeUPS for your data centres
Designed specifically for high density computing environments,
the Eaton BladeUPS® delivers 12 kW of efficient, reliable power
in only 6U of standard rack space, including batteries. It also
expands capacity by combining 12 kW modules in a building block
fashion to deliver 60 kW of redundant backup power from a single rack enclosure. This powerful configuration delivers a higher
power density than competitive modular solutions, while dissipating one-third of the heat.
In addition, the standard internal batteries provide needed ridethrough power until an auxiliary power source takes over or systems are gracefully shut down. Extended runtime is up to 34 minutes at full load (or 76 minutes at half load) with Extended Battery
Modules (EBMs).
Features:
• Protects mission-critical applications with innovative
backup power technology designed specifically for highdensity computing environments
• Supports the constant moves, adds and changes of
today’s dynamic data centers with a modular, scalable,
and flexible backup power architecture
• Conserves valuable rack space with 12 kW of power in
only 6U of rack height, including batteries
• Accommodates growth by enabling building-block
upgrades from 12 kW to 60 kW in a single rack enclosure
• Reduces energy costs and cooling needs through best-inclass efficiency performance
Power protection for:
• Blade servers
• Small, medium and large data centers
• Network closets
• PBX and VoIP equipment
• Networking applications: IPTV, security
• Storage devices: RAID, SAN
• Database clusters
• Delivers highest levels of reliability at the rack with patented Powerware® Hot Sync® paralleling technology and
intelligent bypass design, field proven in thousands of
large data centers globally
• Simplifies installation and service with true plug-and
power connections and hot-swappable batteries and electronics modules
• Increases battery life through ABM® technology, resulting in more uptime and fewer battery replacements
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Eaton BladeUPS
Sustainable by design
To Eaton, sustainability reflects the ability to meet the current
needs of society while enabling future generations to better meet
their own.
™
Though all of Eaton’s solutions are designed to meet or exceed
governmental standards in protecting the environment, the Eaton
Green Leaf symbol is our promise, that the solution has been
reviewed and documented as offering exceptional environmental
benefits and value to the user.
Due to superior environmental performance and features, the
BladeUPS among other innovative Eaton solutions, has earned the
“An Eaton Green Solution™” label.
An Eaton Green Solution
• Feature
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97 percent energy efficiency
65 percent less heat dissipation
70 percent reduced footprint
Scalable, modular and flexible design
• Customer benefit
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Best-in-class efficiency
Lower energy and cooling costs
Extended battery life
Reduced product footprint
Increased reliability and performance
More capacity
Eaton BladeUPS – 12 kW
• Environmental benefit
– Less energy consumption
– Redused carbon footprint
– Reduction of hazardous materials
IT organisations are forced to make dicisions that provide efficient power protection and distribution for growing loads, while managing the heat.
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Reduce energy costs with high efficiency
As utility rates continue to climb, energy efficiency becomes a
sticking point with data center managers.
BladeUPS
Best-in-class UPS
The BladeUPS delivers an outstanding, industry-leading 97 percent
efficiency in normal operation. Even at <50% load, where efficiency is typically much lower, this UPS performs more efficiently than
competitors’ modular products at full load.
In addition to dramatic cost savings, high system efficiency
extends battery runtimes and produces cooler operating conditions
within the UPS, extending the life of components and increasing
overall reliability and performance.
Even small increases in efficiency can quickly translate into thousands of dollars. The example below compares annual and fiveyear energy costs for the BladeUPS and a competitor’s solution.
It’s easy to see that the BladeUPS pays for itself
through energy and cooling savings alone.
Traditional UPS
Even at very small loads, where you would expect efficiency to be
lower, the Powerware BladeUPS is still more efficient than other UPS
products at full load.
Example
Powerware BladeUPS
Nominal UPS
UPS Efficiency Rating
>97 per cent
91.5 per cent
Rack Power Consumption
60 kW
60 kW
Cost per Kilowatt Hour
$ 0.08
$ 0.08
Cost to Operate per Hour
$ 4.94
$ 5.25
Monthly Power Savings
$ 218 Saved Each Month with BladeUPS
Heat Dissipation (BTUs per hour)
6,300
*Monthly Cooling Savings
$ 197 Saved Each Month with BladeUPS
Annual Savings with BladeUPS
$ 4,990 Saved Each Year BladeUPS
Five-Year Savings with BladeUPS
$ 24,952 Saved In Five Years
19,000 (BTUs per hour)
* Cooling savings based on industry calculation of cooling costs per kW of power costs.
Reduce cooling costs with lower heat dissipation
The high-efficiency BladeUPS reduces the power requirements for
the data centre. In the example shown, the Powerware BladeUPS
reduces energy costs by an average of $ 218 per month. In addition, the high efficiency of a Powerware BladeUPS reduces overall
air conditioning needs by more than one third, multiply that with a
reduction in cooling costs by one-third and utility bills are further
decreased by an additional $ 197 per month. The savings compound with the data centre size and the number of UPS products.
The low heat dissipation means this UPS can be located close to
equipment racks without a concern for creating hot spots in the
data centre.
The Eaton BladeUPS
remains cool even in a
data centre full of servers.
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Eaton BladeUPS
Meet current and changing requirements with modular
architecture
The building block of the BladeUPS system is a 6U rackmount
module that provides 12 kW of backup power protection. The
system expands easily to provide maximum results. As your data
center grows, the system’s modularity plays a key role in optimizing your capital planning and deployment. Using the patented and
field-proven Powerware Hot Sync paralleling technology, up to six
BladeUPS modules can be paralleled for extra capacity or redundancy, providing 60 kW of redundant backup power protection in
one 19-inch rack.
Patented load-sharing control intelligently distributes the workload
among modules without requiring direct synchronization links
among them. Any module can provide backup support for any
other, with no interruption or downtime. For instance, in a redundant system you could perform full maintenance on any module
without any interruption of conditioned power to the protected IT
equipment.
YEAR 1:
YEAR 3:
YEAR 5:
INITIAL INSTALL
EXPANSION
FURTHER EXPANSION
Redundant N+1 Configuration:
Six 12 kW UPS modules share
the load equally. If a UPS
module is removed from service, the remaining
modules seamlessly support
the load without interruption.
BladeUPS Parallel
Bar for paralleling
UPS modules
42U Standard
Enclosure
Total Rack
Space: 24U
Three 12 kW UPS
modules = 36 kW
of backup power
12 kW BladeUPS
occupies 6U of
space
12 kW
6U Electrical
Wire Way
36 kW
60 kW, N+1
The BladeUPS is designed to be extraordinarily flexible—configured as a single module or
multi-module system (up to six modules) in a standard 19-inch rack enclosure. The modular
design enables you to deploy just the right amount of backup protection at the right price for
your current needs and expand later whenever needed.
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Easy setup with simple parallel configuration changes
The BladeUPS is easy to install, configure, and deploy—and
easy to expand later, without help from Eaton. To link multiple
BladeUPS modules into a parallel configuration, all you need is a
BladeUPS Parallel Bar—a simple kit installed in the bottom of the
rack and on the back rail. IT personnel can then simply plug additional modules into the parallel bus bar. The system is intelligent,
so it automatically detects paralleled modules and fully configures
itself for parallel operations.
BladeUPS
Parallel Bar
Adding modules is a simple plug-and-power procedure for IT personnel
with safety approved connectors.
Administrators can monitor and manage the BladeUPS using the
unit’s LCD panel or remote monitoring software. The UPS provides
data for the entire multi-module system, as well as the individual
module. In addition, a module working in a parallel configuration
can be separated at any time and re-deployed as a standalone
module to meet a data center’s changing requirements.
The BladeUPS Parallel Bar
easily connects up to six modules
in parallel.
The brightly backlit 6 cm LCD shows parameters of the system or a module.
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Access parallel system
information
Display output from multiple
modules on one screen
Display full system output from
any UPS
Review any UPS from any
display
Display individual module
output voltage
Display individual module output
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Eaton BladeUPS
The smallest footprint in the market
Competitor A
The BladeUPS offers the smallest footprint of any UPS in its class
and double the power density of any other UPS system on the
market. This compact design leaves extra space for important IT
equipment in the rack and data centre.
60 kW N+1 modular system
with 6 minute battery and manual
maintenance bypass
Battery
UPS
Total square
feet = 1.67 m²
Bypass
Competitor B
BladeUPS
UPS
+
Battery
+
Bypass
60 kW N+1 modular
system with 6 minute
battery and automatic
maintenance bypass
Total square feet 0.66 m²
Battery
60 kW N+1 system
with 6 minute battery and internal
manual maintenance bypass
UPS
UPS
+
+
Bypass
Bypass
Total square
feet = 2.72 m²
Battery
Competitor C
60 kW N+1 system
with 6 minute battery and internal
manual maintenance bypass
UPS
UPS
+
+
Bypass
Bypass
Battery
Battery
Total square
feet = 2.54 m²
System Architecture with the BladeUPS
Centralised Power Protection
Expedite deployment with flexible
installation options
The BladeUPS can be deployed in a variety of system architectures to support the specific requirement of your computer room
or data centre and to support the desired level of redundancy (Tier
I through Tier IV, as defined by the Uptime Institute).
Centralised power protection for small computer rooms. Start
with one 12 kW module and expand to 60 kW with N+1 redundancy in single 19” rack enclosure.
Centralised Power Protection—Dual Power Feeds
Zone Power Protection
Zone power protection for mid-sized computer rooms. Deploy
60 kW (N+1) in a 19” rack to protect a row of IT equipment racks.
Distributed power protection. Make 12 kW modules to
protect one to three racks—thereby achieving zero footprint power
protection.
Hybrid power protection. Stronger redundancy of power protection for equipment racks containing critical IT equipment.
• For dual-corded loads with one source on a central UPS and the
other on utility power, you can back up selected loads with a
local BladeUPS, deployed in a distributed or zone fashion.
• For dual- or single-corded loads on a central UPS, you can back
up selected loads with a local BladeUPS (distributed or zone) in
series with the central UPS. This configuration provides maximum reliability close to critical loads, with minimal heat dissipation and maximum efficiency.
Distributed Power Protection
Hybrid Power Protection
Central Large UPS
With the flexibility to deploy and re-deploy a BladeUPS either in
single or parallel systems—data centre managers can tailor power
protection to adapt to changing needs, often without the need for
an electrician or service technician.
Eaton also offers an assortment of plug-and-play power distribution accessories with various input and output connections to distribute power from the BladeUPS to rack power strips or directly
to high-power servers. You can choose from distribution designs
with or without monitoring capability for redundant or non-redundant applications spanning from zero U to full rack height.
Rack Enclosure
BladeUPS
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Count on reliable system performance and uptime
Recognizing the mission-critical nature of data center operations,
the BladeUPS has been designed for premium reliability and
continuous operation. The rackmount BladeUPS incorporates
leading technologies that Eaton developed for its largest UPSs,
such as:
Robust paralleling. With Eaton’s patented Powerware Hot Sync
technology, UPS modules work in peer-to-peer fashion when
configured in a parallel system. Most other paralleling systems
on the market use a single central main controller with a backup
controller. If the main controller fails, the system must recognize
this and transfer control to the backup control, or the entire
system fails. With Eaton’s patented approach, each UPS module
operates independently, yet is completely synchronized with the
others. There is no change in control, therefore no single point of
failure.
Intelligent maintenance bypass switch. The internal switch
inside the UPS chassis automatically activates bypass mode
whenever a power module is removed. This feature ensures
that power to protected loads is not accidentally interrupted by
human error. (If the UPS is in a parallel environment with N+1
redundancy, removing an electronics module only causes that
particular UPS module to go offline while the protected equipment
is supported by other modules in the configuration).
Eaton’s ABM technology significantly increases battery service life
Static bypass switch. All BladeUPS modules have their own
static switch for normal operations and for internal bypass in case
of a high overload condition, output load fault or internal failure.
Hot-swappable electronics and battery modules. Replacing
batteries or electronics modules can be done in minutes without
interrupting power to IT equipment. This hot-swap capability helps
reduce mean time to repair (MTTR) and dramatically improves the
availability of the protected IT equipment.
Eaton’s advanced battery management technique. ABM
technology significantly extends battery service life with a unique
three-stage charging technique. The UPS automatically tests
battery health and provides advance notification when preventive
maintenance is needed, allowing ample time to hot-swap batteries
without ever having to shut down connected equipment.
IT staff can easily replace battery modules
Simplify UPS installation and maintenance
The BladeUPS is easy to install, configure and deploy. All
BladeUPS modules (UPS and battery) come with rackmount kits
for easy installation in standard equipment racks. In-house IT staff
can install and service this UPS themselves. Adding parallel units
for future expansion is a simple, plug-and-play procedure.
The BladeUPS battery trays are user-replaceable so that one person, working alone, can replace the battery without disrupting
data center operations or power to protected equipment.
IT staff can easily install electronics modules
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Eaton BladeUPS
Easy Power Distribution with ePDU (optional)
The BladeUPS core ePDU, the Rack Power Module (RPM), delivers up to 36 kW of single phase power. The 3U RPM can be
deployed in the same rack with the BladeUPS and IT equipment,
so there is no need for a dedicated infrastructure rack.
The resulting architecture gives great flexibility for IT staff to configure their data centre.
Features:
• Plug-and-play power distribution from BladeUPS threephase input, to single phase output for secondary ePDU
devices.
• Serves data centre loads with various power cord configurations and layouts
• Distributes power to 12 poles, grouped into two sets of
six poles, with combinations of C13 and C19 output socket
types
Rack Power Module (RPM) delivers up to 36 kW of
single phase power.
• “Power Equalizer” LED display gives quick visual indication of the load on each circuits, reducing possibility of
overloads and breakers tripping.
• Branch circuit monitoring option allows load monitoring
over the network.
• Installs in 3U of space in EIA 19” rack or enclosure
Monitor the power infrastructure from anywhere
You can monitor the BladeUPS over your LAN or the Internet to
stay informed of conditions in the power protection infrastructure.
With Intelligent Power® Manager supervisory software, you get
a global view across the network from any PC with an Internet
browser. Exceptionally versatile, the software is compatible with
power devices supporting a network interface, including other
manufacturers’ UPSs, environmental sensors, ePDUs, shutdown
applications and more.
In the event of an extended power outage, Eaton’s free NetWatch
software works in conjunction with the ConnectUPS X-Slot® Web/
SNMP card to allow you to gracefully and sequentially shut down
connected devices, including virtual machines.
With Intelligent Power Manager, you get a global view across the
network from any PC.
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Flexible runtime (optional)
Each BladeUPS can be configured with its own external battery
backup. The BladeUPS design eliminates this single point of failure. Competitive, modular systems use a centralized battery bank
with a shared connection point that presents a potential single
point of failure.
Eaton BladeUPS Extended Battery Module
Load
1 x BladeUPS (12 kW Internal battery)
4 kW
8 kW
12 kW
24 kW
36 kW
48 kW
60 kW
6
6
1
23
8.7
4.7
+ 1 External Battery Module
9
9
1
41
17.6
9.5
+ 2 External Battery Module
12
12
1
65
28
17
+ 3 External Battery Module
15
15
1
93
43
27
+ 4 External Battery Module
18
18
1
119
55
34
12
18
1
44
23
13.6
+ 1 External Battery Module
18
24
1
85
41
27
+ 2 External Battery Module
24
30
1
137
65
41
+ 3 External Battery Module
30
36
1
198
93
59
+ 4 External Battery Module
36
42
2
257
119
76
18
24
1
34
23
8.7
+ 1 External Battery Module
27
33
1
34
41
17.6
+ 2 External Battery Module
36
42
2
102
65
28
+ 3 External Battery Module
45
51
2
147
93
43
+ 4 External Battery Module
54
60
2
190
119
55
24
30
1
30
13.6
7.3
+ 1 External Battery Module
36
42
2
56
27
14.7
+ 2 External Battery Module
48
54
2
89
41
24
+ 3 External Battery Module
60
66
2
128
59
37
+ 4 External Battery Module
72
78
2
165
76
47
30
36
1
19
10
6.6
+ 1 External Battery Module
45
51
2
34
21
13.3
+ 2 External Battery Module
60
66
2
54
31
23
+ 3 External Battery Module
75
81
2
77
48
35
+ 4 External Battery Module
90
96
3
98
61
44
36
42
2
23
13.5
8.7
6.2
+ 1 External Battery Module
54
60
2
41
27
17.6
12.6
+ 2 External Battery Module
72
78
2
65
41
28
21.6
+ 3 External Battery Module
90
96
3
93
59
43
33
+ 4 External Battery Module
108
114
3
119
76
55
42
2 x BladeUPS (12 kW N+1 Internal battery)
3 x BladeUPS (24 kW N+1 Internal battery)
4 x BladeUPS (36 kW N+1 Internal battery)
5 x BladeUPS (48 kW N+1 Internal battery)
6 x BladeUPS (60 kW N+1 Internal battery)
* Note: each UPS requires the same number of external batteries
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Eaton BladeUPS
Time in minutes
BladeUPS Technical Spec ifications
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS1
General characteristics
Power rating
Efficiency
Heat dissipation
Cooling
Audible noise, normal
Operation
Altitude before derating
Input characteristics
Input voltage
Voltage range
Frequency range
Input current distortion
Input power factor
Inrush current
Input requirements
Bypass source
Generator compatibility
Output characteristics
Rated output voltage
Output confi guration
Output frequency (nominal)
Frequency regulation
Load power factor range
Total output
voltage distortion
Battery characteristics
Battery type
Battery runtime (Internal)
Battery string voltage
Battery test
Battery recharge profi le
Battery cut-off voltage
Battery low condition
Extended battery capability
Communications and User Interface
12 kW per UPS Module
Up to 97%
371W/1266 BTU/hr at 100% rated load
Fan cooled, temperature microprocessor
monitored; front air entry, rear exhaust
<60 dBA at 1 meter
1000 meters (3300 ft ASL)
208 Vac and 400 Vac models
208V model: 180 to 265 Vac
400V model: 311 to 519 Vac
50 or 60 Hz, ±5 Hz
<5% with IT loads (PFC power supplies)
>0.99 with IT loads (PFC power supplies)
Load dependent
Three-phase, four-wire + ground
Same as input (single feed)
Fast sync slew rate for generator synchronization
Software
Compatibility
UPS ships with Software Suite CD containing
LanSafe power management software
X-Slot Bays
Two available for the cards listed below
Control Panel LCD
Two lines by 20 characters
Four menu-driven interface buttons
Four status at a glance LEDs
Multi-language
English standard; 20 languages available
Configuration
Changes
User capable, firmware auto configures
Dry Contact Inputs
Two, user-configurable
Dry Contact Outputs
One, user-configurable
Certifications
Safety
208V model: UL1778, cUL
400V model: CE
EMI
208V model: FCC Part 15 Class A
400V model: EN 62040-2 Class A
Surge protection
ANSI C62.41, Cat B-3
Hazardous materials (RoHS) EU Directive 2002/95/EC Category 3 (4 of 5)
Warranty
Standard
12 months
Options and Accessories
208V model: 180 to 225 Vac, Ph to Ph
400V model: 180 to 240 Vac, Ph to N
Three-phase, four-wire + ground
50 or 60 Hz auto-detection on startup
0.1 Hz free running
Lagging: 0.7
Leading: 0.9
<3% with IT loads (PFC power supplies)
<5% non-linear or non-PFC power supplies
VRLA - AGM
13 minutes at 50% load
4.8 minutes at 100% load
240 Vdc
Automatic battery test standard
(remote scheduling capable);
Manual battery test from front display
ABM three-stage charging technology
Variable from 1.67 VPC at <5 min runtime to
1.75 VPC at >90 min runtime
Announced with alarm
Yes, add up to four additional 3U battery enclosures
(~34 min at 100% load, >1 hour at 50% load)
Physical characteristics
Dimensions H x W x D, in (mm)
UPS
10.3 (6U) x 17.4 x 26.0 (267 x 442 x 660)
EBM
5.2 (3U) x 17.2 x 26 (132 x 437 x 660)
Note:
Total chassis weight without 46 kg
batteries or electronics
Total chassis weight with
140 kg
batteries or electronics
Total UPS weight without
61 kg
batteries
Total UPS weight with
140 kg
batteries
EBM weight
77 kg
Detachable input cord
Detachable input/output cord assembly
Detachable paralleling cord assembly
Extended Battery Modules (EBMs)
3U output sub-distribution module
0U to 3U rack power strips
60 kW BladeUPS Parallel Bar
Four-post rail kit
Optional X-Slot
communication cards
Application:
Web SNMP: ConnectUPS-X Web/SNMP Card
Modbus® RTU: Modbus Card
Environment Monitoring:
EMP Environmental Monitoring
Probe (requires Web/SNMP card)
IBM eServer™ (i5™, iSeries™,or AS/400),
industrial: Relay Interface Card
Parallel: Powerware Hot Sync Card
CAN Bridge card
Remote LCD Display: ViewUPS-X
Recommended ePDU:
Y032440CD100000
RPM - Rack Power Module (BladeUPS in, 12xC13 +
6xC19 out) 20 ft lead
PW107BA0UC08
ePDU - Basic (0U, Dual 16A C20 in, 24xC13+ 8xC19 out)
use in addition to RPM
PW107MI0UC08
ePDU - IP Monitored (0U, Dual 16A C20 in, 24xC13+
8xC19 out) use in addition to RPM
Due to continuing product improvement programs, specifications are subject to change without notice.
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