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  • Eaton lithium-ion batteries

    Lithium-ion batteries last longer and recharge faster, saving time, money and reducing risk throughout the lifecycle of the uninterruptible power systems (UPS). While valve regulated lead acid (VRLA) batteries have long been the industry choice for UPSs, new lithium-ion batteries offer these additional benefits while still meeting required backup runtime and are a safe and stable alternative battery option for UPS applications. Transform your power infrastructure with lithium-ion batteries.
Longer battery life
Save space and time
Reduced footprint
Faster recharge

Transform your Data Center: The Energy Storage Revolution

Data Center Webinar

18 Nov and 2 Dec – 11AM to 12PM SGT

For data center operators, the uninterruptible power supply (UPS) has long represented a critical safeguard against potentially damaging power anomalies, as well as vital battery backup to ensure business continuity during an unexpected power outage.

Sign up for our webinar to learn how you can protect valuable equipment while leveraging UPS batteries to reduce operating costs and become a value-generating asset.

What's the deal with lithium-ion battery UPS?

Ed Spears answers questions about lithium-ion battery technology for uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) by diving into what's new with lithium-ion batteries, safety concerns and some unique power backup benefits

Explore the benefits of lithium-ion batteries for rackmount UPSs

Eaton's 5P rackmount UPS with lithium-ion batteries is a perfect option for edge computing environments. This video explores some of the benefits of deploying this UPS, including a longer warranty and advanced cybersecurity. 

Eaton's EnergyAware UPS technology

In partnership with Microsoft, Eaton utilized lithium-ion batteries and a 9395 UPS retrofitted with additional software and controls to turn an underutilized data center asset into a profit center.

Questions about the safety of lithium-ion batteries?

Learn more about the lithium-ion batteries used in Eaton's 5P UPS and how they comply with the latest lithium-ion safety standards.

Ready to learn more about lithium-ion batteries?