ByteGrid worked with E Technologies Inc. to install a comprehensive Eaton solution, including a pair of 1.5 megawatt Eaton PowerXpert 9395 UPSs with Energy Saver System (ESS), medium voltage switchgear, switchboards, panel-boards, meters and power distribution units (PDUs).
“ByteGrid chose Eaton based on its industry leadership in power efficiency, reliability and safety,” Clemson explains. “The Eaton solution was comprehensive with the most power, the most redundancy, the most efficiency and the best local service.”
Boasting industry-leading efficiency and modular redundancy, the unique design of the 9395 has enabled ByteGrid to lower total cost of ownership (TCO) in a variety of ways, including emitting 33 percent less heat while delivering up to 20 percent more power in the same footprint.
Leveraging Eaton’s groundbreaking ESS technology, the 9395 is also able to facilitate up to 99 percent efficiency across most loads while increasing power system reliability. This is made possible by an intelligent “power core,” which adapts to incoming power conditions to deliver clean power to the load and maximize efficiency.
Additionally, the Eaton UPSs promote reliable operations and accurate metering of power within ByteGrid’s data center. The 9395’s multi-module, scalable architecture further enhances TCO with the ability to adapt to future changes in load demands without requiring the purchase of an additional UPS.
The ability to maintain instant access to information is critical to ByteGrid. With that in mind, the company is preparing to deploy PredictPulse remote monitoring service, Eaton’s next-generation remote monitoring and management service that collects and analyzes data from connected power infrastructure devices to help reduce the risk of downtime.
ByteGrid further safeguards against unexpected downtime and equipment issues with an Eaton service plan, which includes regularly scheduled preventive maintenance visits by trained customer service engineers.