Emerson Network Power has made its trade-compliant Liebert GXT3 version available in the channel. The Liebert GXT3-GVG3 now available throughout North America.
The Liebert GXT3 is an on-line double conversion uninterruptible power supply (UPS) system that enables IT managers to pack higher power capacities into smaller spaces while maintaining availability. The Liebert GXT3-GVG3 is compliant with the Trade Agreement Act (TAA), which helps meet requirements for most U.S. federal government procurements and contracts, such as the General Services Administration.
The TAA-compliant version also qualifies for Buy American Act / Free Trade Agreements Act. In addition, both the standard (500VA-10kVA) and GVG3 versions of the UPS can qualify for the Buy American Act Supplies.
“While beneficial for federal, state and local government entities, TAA compliance is also a requirement for any organizations, such as schools and hospitals, that receive federal dollars,” explains Charles O’Donnell, Emerson Network Power’s vice president of power engineering. “The Liebert GXT3-GVG3 helps organizations meet this requirement, while offering a combination of low cost of ownership, rich functionality, small size and high.”
At just 2U high, the Liebert GXT3-GVG3 is available in 1000, 1500, 2000, and 3000 VA ratings, in 120V models. It is designed for rack-mount or tower configurations and has a rotating LED display panel that adjusts for either orientation.
The system offers enhanced features for customers responsible for ensuring the highest level of security for their networks. For example, a Windows-based configuration program can adjust operating parameters, and customers can monitor UPS and server communications and ensure proper, unattended shutdown through built-in USB communications synced with Liebert MultiLink.