Eaton 9PX Now Distributed By Secure Power
As a provider of Eaton UPS, Secure Power recently attended the product launch for the Eaton 9PX. The new UPS is a Single Phase product, which provides high efficiency across varying loads.
The presentation took place at the Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey, where both the 9PX and new 3 Phase UPS were presented to Eaton resellers and distributors.
Representatives from both Sales and Marketing departments attended the presentation, so they could discuss and view the potential benefits for Secure Power clients. The product is available and is to be distributed by Secure Power when the clients requirement matches the features of the 9PX. The UPS has impressive efficiency ratings, ideal for clients who need efficiency across varying loads. The UPS is ideal for small and medium data centers, along with Medical, Industrial, IT, Networking and Telecoms clients. The UPS comes with a number of features and power ratings, available from 5kVA to 11kVA.
Adding to their current portfolio, the Eaton UPS extends what Secure Power can offer to their Single Phase clients. While they have always been a provider of Eaton UPS, this new product provides something few Single Phase products can, and is an excellent addition to Secure Powers Single Phase portfolio. Nick Morley the Sales Manager at Secure Power was present in Surrey at the presentation and was very impressed with the product. There are few UPS’s in this Power Range that can offer this level of efficiency at varying loads.
This is great for our smaller needs clients, who will certainly be offered the 9PX when looking at requirements in this power range.Secure Power can distribute the product right now so If you are interested in the product, please contact our sales team via 0114 349 3480 to discuss further.
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