Keep A Data Center Running On The Fly
Liebert FS by Emerson Power
Flywheel technology may be classic, but that doesn't mean using it in a UPS won't guarantee uptime and cost savings. Offering 250,000 hours of Mean Time Between Failures (MBTF) as opposed to 5,000 hours with a battery-based UPS, the Liebert FS can be installed and forgotten about -- and flywheel technology means there is no concern about whether or not the battery is charged when the lights go out.
Couple reliability with a footprint about half the size of a lead battery-powered UPS and you can tighten the belt on your data center floor. Space not an issue? What about energy consumption and cost? This flywheel UPS draws a skimpy 275 watts, helping ensure that the data center runs as efficiently and cheaply as possible.