A growing number of businesses have legacy UPS systems approaching end of life. Referred to by many acronyms; EOL (End of Life), EOSL (End of Service Life), aging equipment poses a significant, and unpredictable threat to mission critical uptime. Systems entering or nearing the end of their product life cycle (Product End of Life) are vulnerable to dwindling supplies of replacement parts or lack of service and support (End of Service). Power Solutions wants to be your proactive partner in developing your end of life replacement plan.
Refer to the chart below for UPS systems scheduled for end of life. If you have one of these installed at your site, chances are that it has been over ten years since the power requirements of your facility have been assessed and that the requirements used to size and configure your existing system have changed. How will you choose next generation product replacements?
Changes to Your System Since Your Last Assessment that May Influence Replacement for End Of Life Product
- Relocation of servers and critical applications to an off site location
- Age of current generator or a new generator addition
- New equipment, servers, or racks in your facility
- Increased degree of criticality of your equipment
- Revised data security regulations in financial services, healthcare, and other industries may require more redundancy in your back-up power
The models listed below are like-for-like replacements for the equipment entering end of service life, but it’s likely that your backup power needs have changed and it’s time to review your requirements and put together a new configuration. Contact the power specialists at Power Solutions and we can assist with your new configuration.
For configuration assistance to replace End of Life UPS equipment,
call 1- 800-876-9373 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Manufacturer||Product End Of Life||Planned End-Of-Life Date||Recommended Replacement|
|Schneider Electric||APC Silcon DP/SL||December 2017/December 2018||MGE Galaxy 3500, 4000 or 5000 depending on voltage and power requirements|
|Schneider Electric||MGE Comet||December 2018||MGE Galaxy 5000|
|Schneider Electric||MGE Galaxy 3000||December 2018||MGE Galaxy 3500|
|Schneider Electric||MGE PW 40kVA-120kVA||December 2018||MGE Galaxy 5000|
|Power Battery High Rate VRLA Batteries||All||December 2010||Cross Reference Chart|
|Power Battery Telcom Series||All||December 2010||Cross Reference Chart|