Powerware series
500-1400 VA
Eaton 5115 UPS
Product Snapshot
Tower Rating:
500-1400 VA
Input/Output Voltage:
110/120 Vac;
220/230/240 Vac
Frequency:
50/60 Hz
(auto-sensing)
Configuration:
Tower
Features
• Extends battery service life and provides advanced warning of
the end of useful battery life with ABM® Technology
• Delivers smooth, continuous power with pure sine wave output
• Regulates power fluctuations with Buck and Boost voltage
regulation
• Protects equipment connected by network or phone wiring from
“back door” power surges with a Network Transient Protector
• Minimizes downtime with hot-swappable batteries
TAA compliant models
now available!
• Communicates with LanSafe® power management software via
serial and USB ports
• Ensures data integrity with the Software Suite CD
• Provides investment protection with a three-year limited
warranty with product registration and a $150,000 load protection
guarantee (U.S. and Canada)
The cost-effective Eaton® 5115
uninterruptible power system
(UPS) is designed to protect
NT workstations, small servers,
hubs, routers, PCs, and other
electronic equipment from
power disturbances. Ideally
suited for small to mediumsized businesses, the 5115
features both USB and serial
ports to facilitate LanSafe
software communication.
To prolong battery service life,
the 5115 incorporates ABM
Technology, which increases
battery service life, optimizes
recharge time for quick
recovery after power outages,
and provides advanced warning
of the end of useful battery life.
In addition, incoming voltage
fluctuations are corrected
so they do not affect the
performance of connected
equipment.
Unlike other competitive
UPSs in its class, which use
a simulated sine wave, the
5115 provides pure sine wave
output during battery operation.
As a result, the connected
load continues to receive a
quality electrical waveform and
operates smoothly even during
power outages.
To preserve data integrity, the
5115 is bundled with the Eaton
Software Suite, which contains
exclusive power management
software featuring extensive
power monitoring and control
capabilities. Backed by superior
performance, the 5115 keeps
your equipment up and running
without interruption.
5115 Features
Serial Communication Port
USB Communication Port
USB and Serial Communication Ports
Network
Transient
Protector
With both USB and serial ports, you can determine the most effective
means of LanSafe software communication and eliminate the need
for another UPS or special cabling. Network Transient Protector
The Network Transient Protector isolates your modem, fax machine,
or other electronic equipment from “back door” power surges.
Located on the rear panel is one in/out port for a telephone/modem
line (120V models only) or an RJ45 for a 10Base-T network cable.
ABM Technology Significantly Extends Battery
Service Life
UPS w/ABM
UPS w/Trickle
Charge
(Minutes and seconds)
Battery Backup Time
The lead-acid batteries typically used in a UPS are considered viable
as long as they can maintain backup times of at least half that of
new batteries. The illustration to the right shows that batteries
that are constantly trickle charged (as are virtually all other UPS
batteries on the market today) reach the end of their useful life in
less than half the time of batteries charged using ABM. ABM uses
a three-stage charging technique that increases battery service life,
optimizes battery recharge time, and provides advanced notification of the end of useful battery life.
Informative and User-Friendly Interface
The front panel of the 5115 indicates the UPS status and identifies
potential power problems.
Hot-Swappable Batteries
Hot-swap and service the batteries without powering down the
connected load. This makes it possible to extend the service life of
your UPS without returning the unit for service.
Battery Age
(in months)
Data based on tests performed by an independent battery manufacturer.
On/Off Button (Start-On-Battery: Power
up UPS in absence of utility power)
Self-Test/Alarm Silence Button
Power On
On Battery
Overload
Service
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EATON CORPORATION
Eaton 5115 UPS
5115 Rear Panels
120V Models
C
D
A
A
G
C
A
D
B
C
G
B
G
C
A
D
D
G
B
B
E
E
E
J
J
J
F
F
PW5115 500 USB
PW5115 750 USB
PW5115 1000 USB
PW5115 1400 USB
230V Models
C
D
C
G
B
C
D
B
C
D
B
G
G
G
B
H
H
H
D
H
J
J
J
I
I
PW5115 500i USB
PW5115 750i USB
A. Site Wiring Fault Indicator
B. Serial Communications Port
C. DIP Switches (voltage
selection)
D. USB Communication Port
E. 5-15 Receptacles
F. 5-15 Plug (90º angle)
I
J
PW5115 1000i USB
G. Network Transient Protector
H. 10A, IEC-320 Receptacles
PW5115 1400i USB
I. 10A, IEC-320 Input Connector
J. Input Overcurrent Protector
Battery RunTimes (In Minutes)
PW5115 500(i) PW5115 750(i)
PW5115 1000(i)
PW5115 1400(i)
200 VA/128W
Load
17
38
41
58
300 VA/192W
11
27
28
41
500 VA/320W
5
14
15
28
600 VA/402W
9
10
19
750 VA/503W
6
8
14
900 VA/603W
6
10
1000 VA/670W
5
8
1200 VA/804W
6
1400 VA/938W
5
This guide provides typical application information. Battery runtimes are approximate and may vary with equipment, configuration, disk access, battery age,
temperature, etc.
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5115 Model Selection Guide
Model
Number
Power Out
(VA/Watts)
Input
Connection
Output
Connections
Dimensions
(HxWxD, in./mm)
Unit
Weight (lb/kg)
500/320
5-15P
(4) 5-15R
7.6 x 5.9 x 10.6/193 x 150 x 270
17.2/7.8
PW5115 750 USB
750/500
5-15P
(4) 5-15R
7.6 x 5.9 x 13.2/193 x 150 x 335
27.3/12.4
PW5115 1000 USB
1000/670
5-15P
(6) 5-15R
7.6 x 5.9 x 13.2/193 x 150 x 335
27.8/12.6
PW5115 1400 USB
1400/950
5-15P
(6) 5-15R
7.6 x 5.9 x 15.4/193 x 150 x 390
37.0/16.8
120 Vac1; 50/60 Hz auto-sensing
PW5115 500 USB
230 Vac2; 50/60 Hz auto-sensing
PW5115 500i USB
500/320
IEC-320, 10A
(4) IEC-320
7.6 x 5.9 x 10.6/193 x 150 x 270
17.2/7.8
PW5115 750i USB
750/500
IEC-320, 10A
(4) IEC-320
7.6 x 5.9 x 13.2/193 x 150 x 335
27.3/12.4
PW5115 1000i USB
1000/670
IEC-320, 10A
(6) IEC-320
7.6 x 5.9 x 13.2/193 x 150 x 335
27.8/12.6
PW5115 1400i USB
1400/950
IEC-320, 10A
(6) IEC-320
7.6 x 5.9 x 15.4/193 x 150 x 390
37.0/16.8
TAA Compliant SKUsEaton now offers TAA Compliant SKUS for the 5115. Please visit www.eaton.com/taaups for model specific information.
1. Also user-selectable for 110V via rear panel DIP switches. 2. 230V default; also user-selectable for 220 and 240V via rear panel DIP switches.
Technical Spec­i­fi­ca­tions1
Electrical Input
Voltage
120 and 230 Vac nominal; see Model Selection Guide for user-selectable voltages
Online Voltage Range
±20% of nominal voltage at full load
Nominal Input 45-65 Hz, 50/60 Hz, auto-sensing
Frequency
Input Protection
120V models: Resettable circuit breaker
230V models: AC source overcurrent protection device (required)
Connection
See Rear Panels above
Battery
Battery Type
Sealed, maintenance-free lead-acid;
starved electrolyte
Battery Description
500 VA: (1) 12V, 9 Ah
750 VA: (2) 12V, 7.2 Ah
1000 VA: (2) 12V, 9 Ah
1400 VA: (3) 12V, 9 Ah
Battery Recharge
<3 hours to 90% capacity
Battery Runtime
5 minutes minimum; See Battery Runtimes table
Start-On-Battery
Startup with UPS batteries in absence of utility power
General
Electrical Output
Topology
Line-interactive
Power Levels
500-1400 VA
Dimensions and Weight
See Model Selection Guide
Online Regulation
-10%, +6% of nominal voltage
On Battery Voltage Regulation
±5% of nominal voltage; -10% after low battery warning
Network Transient In and out RJ11 jack for telephone/modem
protection
On Battery Frequency
±0.1 Hz of nominal frequency
Protector
(120V models only) or RJ45 for 10Base-T network cable; UL497A tested
Regulation
Environmental and Safety
Voltage Wave Shape
Sine wave (during normal and battery operation)
Safety Markings
UL, cUL, and CSA; 230V models also CE and TUV
Interconnecting Cords 2 ea. IEC-320, 10A
(230V models)
Safety Conformance
UL 1778, CAN/CSA C22.2, No. 107.1; 230V models also EN 50091-1-1 and IEC 60950
Indicators and Controls
EMC Markings
FCC Class B; 230V models also CE (EN50091-2) and C-Tick
Surge Suppression
ANSI C62.41 Category A (formerly IEEE 587)
Immunity
IEC 801-2, -3, -4
Operating Temp 0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F); UL tested 25° (77° F)
Transit/Storage Temp
-15 to 55°C (5 to 131°F)
Audible Noise
<45 dBA, typical
Relative Humidity
5-95% non-condensing
Front Panel LEDs
Power on, on battery, overload, and battery fault
Front Panel Buttons
On/Off and alarm silence/self-test
Communications Port
DB9 female or USB (UPS ships with USB and serial communications cables)
Power Factor
500 VA: 0.64; 750/1000 VA: 0.67; 1400 VA: 0.67.
1. Due to continuing improvement, program specifications are subject to change without notice. Battery
runtimes are approximate and may vary with equipment, configuration, battery age, temperature, etc.
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5115FXA
February 2010