Powerware 9170+ 12 Slot Hardwired Input

Mfg.Part: 0660C120AAAAAAAI | CDW Part: 655865 | UNSPSC: 43201601
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Main Features
  • 9170+ 12 Slot Hardwired Input
Power management for telecommunications and computer loads

Use 9170+ in these applications:
Internetworking equipment, telecommunications systems/PBX, large computer systems, midrange computer systems, local area networks, industrial automation and control, harsh power environments, extended runtime applications.

The 9170+ has these features:
Modular design
Continuous sine wave power
Double conversion Technology (True on-line no break UPS)
9170+ are highly customizable, 3-18KVA and available with longer runtimes.
Field upgradeable (Higher KVA or extended runtimes).
Powerware 9170+ 12 Slot Hardwired Input is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps the juice flowing day and night. Monitoring and shut down. Had one in our datacenter for 10 years and just keeps chugging along.
Date published: 2015-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The 9170 has brought much needed stability to our power infrastructure. We have ours currently configured at 12Kw. I recommend that if you are implementing any enterprise UPS, be thoughtful about how you configure the device with regards to power hook ups. We purchased a configuration which had NEMA 20's already hardwired into the back of the power distribution panel. It took minutes to hook up and operationalize, however we learned that we could not have a "by-pass switch" wired into the UPS. Therefore any maintenance which needs to be performed on the unit must be done while the unit is not under load. If we purchased the separate power distribution panel and hardwired the device into it, we could have added a bypass switch which would have allowed the UPS to be bypassed during maintenance. Also be mindful of the power balance. There is an A circuit and a B circuit. Make sure you have an even load across both to avoid issues. Our vendor recommended no more than a 15% variance between the two.
Date published: 2012-07-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Installed this unit in January. So far so good. The only downside for me is that Spiceworks thinks the UPS is old and needs to be replaced. For some reason it thinks it is a failing device. Other than that the utilities are good and we should get some good power out of it. I like the power manager software as well.
Date published: 2012-05-14
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