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Vertiv Collaborates with SBE Inc., to Develop New Capacitor Technology


Vertiv, formerly Emerson Network Power, announced a joint effort with SBE Inc., a developer of film capacitor solutions. Vertiv’s adoption of SBE’s Power Ring Film Capacitor technology will give customers with a Liebert Series 600T/610 uninterruptible power supply (UPS) unit a replacement option that significantly extends service life when compared to traditional capacitor technology.

“We have worked with SBE for more than 18 months to ensure their patented technology is right for critical data center applications,” Dave Saliaris, Vertiv vice president of global lifecycle management, said. “The result will be an upgrade program using the latest capacitor technology to enhance performance and reliability of input and output filters in select UPS systems."

Only available through Vertiv, this capacitor upgrade service is for Liebert Series 600T/610 UPS units with 625 kVA, 750 kVA, and 1 MVA capacities. It is ideally suited for those units that are 10 years old or newer. These premiere capacitors run longer and at lower operating temperatures, extending service life for a lower total cost of ownership.

“Like Vertiv, SBE is an innovator. Both our companies develop solutions for next generation systems, which is why this collaboration made perfect sense,” Ed Sawyer, SBE president and CEO, said. “Working with Vertiv allows us to take our technology into the data center industry while Vertiv is helping customers get the most out of their data center infrastructure investments.”

Vertiv expects to launch its capacitor upgrade program in the Americas later this year. Vertiv and SBE will continue to work together in educating customers on how this new capacitor technology is beneficial for critical data center applications.

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