This Month:

  • Eaton Announces EOL for 9390 UPS
  • Eaton Announces EOL for BPE Maintenance Bypass Models
  • Ask Ed Video: How are UPSs & PDUs Made?

Eaton Announces EOL for 9390 UPSEaton Announces EOL for 9390 UPS

Eaton announced the end-of-life (EOL) on the 9390 UPS models built in Raleigh, NC, effective January 1, 2019.

  • For new installations, Eaton will accept new orders through December 31, 2018.
  • Starting January 1, 2019, and running through 2019, Eaton will only accept orders for existing installation add-ons (i.e. parallel unit added to existing system) and for service. Each of these orders requires product management approval for quoting and order entry.

For full details, click here to download Eaton’s EOL announcement.

For more information, please contact your HM Cragg Sales Manager.

Eaton Announces EOL for BPE Maintenance Bypass ModelsEaton Announces EOL for BPE Maintenance Bypass Models

Eaton announced end-of-life (EOL) for BPE maintenance models effective Oct 1, 2018. The
Bypass Power Module (BPM) will be a direct replacement and incorporate new features for
safety and rack mounting capabilities.

EOL Models are:

  • BPE14MBB1A
  • BPE20MBB1A
  • BPE20BBM1A

For full details, click here to download Eaton’s EOL announcement.

For more information, please contact your HM Cragg Sales Manager.

Ask Ed Video: How are UPSs & PDUs Made?Ask Ed Video: How are UPSs & PDUs Made?

Ed Spears goes behind the scenes at Eaton’s manufacturing facility in Raleigh, NC, and explores the ins and outs of how Eaton UPSs and PDUs are manufactured.

Click here to watch the video

Please note that some products referenced in this communication might not be available for sale in all territories.
Please contact your HMC Sales Rep for more information and product questions. 

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