The Eaton 5130 Rack Tower UPS provides line-interactive backup power and scalable runtimes for servers, storage systems, VoIP gear and network equipment. With a two-in-one rack/tower form factor, the 5130 UPS packs up to three kVA of power into only 2U of rack space. The 5130 UPS provides additional battery runtime with 2U extended battery modules. To enhance compatibility with modern IT loads, the 5130 UPS is designed with a 0.9 power factor.
Compared to earlier generation technologies, the 5130 powers more servers in less space, delivering up to 3000 VA in only 2U - including internal batteries. High power density frees up rack space for more IT equipment, future expansion, or simply to have more room for airflow and heat dissipation.
High 0.9 power factor
Even though it occupies minimal rack space, the 5130 delivers significantly more real output wattage - more real power to your protected load. The difference is a very high 0.9 power factor, a measure of apparent power versus real power. By delivering more real output power, the 5130 powers more servers than another UPS of equivalent VA rating with a lower power factor.
Maximum deployment flexibility
The 5130 can be deployed as a tower unit or in a rack; pedestal and rail kits are included at no extra charge. This UPS also works with a FlexPDU (power distribution unit) from Eaton's Eaton Office Protection Systems series to flexibly distribute power. The PDU enables quick and easy connection of varied load types without help from an electrician - great for responding to frequent moves, adds and changes.
More battery runtime for important systems
If the power goes out, you want to reserve available battery runtime for the most essential loads. With the 5130's load segmentation feature, you can independently control output receptacles. You can shut down power to less essential loads to extend available runtime for more critical devices.
Battery runtime for minutes or hours
During a power outage, internal batteries in the 5130 keep loads running for up to 16 minutes (depending on load), long enough to gracefully shut down systems. You can add more runtime with up to four external battery modules to run systems for hours if necessary.