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  1. Good Morning!

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  3. To give our customers the confidence that power problems will not disrupt their systems, data, and operation. This confidence is delivered through over 40 years of solid performance and continuous innovation to deliver the best protection in-depth knowledge of customer applications and a complete line of hardware and software to meet the requirements world-class services to give you peace of mind Powerware Mission

  4. Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, Powerware is an industry leader and globally recognized provider of innovative, effective power quality solutions. #1 in worldwide UPS sales above 5kVA #2 in worldwide UPS sales at and under 5kVA Large installed base of more than 45,000 3-phase UPSs worldwide Direct presence in more than 30 countries Expanded presence includes more than 100 countries Approximately 3,600 associates worldwide Powerware Overview

  5. 2001: 3kVA Rackmount UPS increases power density by 40% 2002: First full 100Mbps switching hub integrated on network card - 1989: First high frequency transformer-less UPS 1993: Advanced Battery Management to extend battery life 1962: First AC Power Inverter 1972: First fault tolerant and parallel UPS 1986: First UPS over 100kVA for computer room 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 1976: First UPS for emergency lighting HID lamps 1968: First commercial UPS combining battery chargers and inverters 1987: First UPS with advanced PWM and microprocessor based diagnostics 1993: First UPS to offer load segment 1999: First 6kVA/6kW UPS in 6U for high density rack solutions 2002: First Monitoring in excess of 225,000 data points 1982: First UPS suitable for computer rooms First UPS specifically designed for office 1996: First UPS with wireless paralleling 2002: First dual source UPS for rack mount Powerware holds 122 active patents and 98 applications pending Technology Leadership

  6. Clean AC Power • Data Centers • Diagnostic Imaging • Broadcast Transmitters • Government Facilities • Industrial Applications 3-phase Clean AC Power Utility Power Or Generator • Servers • Networks • Computer Rooms • Clinical lab equip. • Bank ATM • Industrial PLC Software 1-Phase Clean DC Power • Telecom • Wireless • DSL • Central Office • Customer Premise DC Systems Services Powerware Offering

  7. 300 VA to 18 kVA to protect from desktop to data centers Advanced Battery Management Extended battery backup time Load segmentation to manage scheduled shutdown and sequential startup Triple power warranty Full Range of Single-phase UPS

  8. 10 kVA to over 3,250kVA Double-conversion technologies to ensure reliability High efficiency, high power factor, and low THD to improve UPS power performance Patented parallel technology for scalability and redundancy Innovative battery management technologies Complete power train solutions from a single source Full Range of Three-phase UPS

  9. Access Power Solutions for roadside cabinet or customer premises equipment • Network Power Solutions for cell sites, transmission terminals, and small to medium switches • Large Power Solutions for major switching and transmission installations • Powerful suite of control and monitoring software Full Range of DC Power Solutions

  10. Full Range of Software and Connectivity Solutions • Software: • LanSafe for network shutdown and power management • Powervision for enterprise-wide UPS monitoring and data analysis • DataTrax Foreseer for proactive management of power, environmental, and life/safety systems • Connectivity products: • Web/SNMP card for integration into the network, Internet, and SNMP management systems • Modbus card for integration with building management systems • Modem and MultiServer cards for special applications and out-of-band communications • Serial, USB, and Relay cards for basic and advance computer connections’ • Expansion chassis provides a dynamic extension method • Environmental Monitoring Probe

  11. Equipment Serviced UPS, DC, batteries, and ancillary equipment System Integration Design, engineering, installation and project management Global Services Infrastructure 350 Customer Support Engineers in North America 950 Authorized Service Providers, 100+ Field Engineers globally 24x7 Service Operations and Call Center World-class Services • Key Differentiators • World-class Service Delivery • Customer Reliability Center • Remote Monitoring & Diagnostics

  12. $8+ billion dollar diversified industrial manufacturer • 4 major business groups • Electrical • Fluid Power • Automotive • Truck • Headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio • 50,000 employees • 207 manufacturing sites • Serving customers around the world New Parent Eaton Corporation Eaton World Headquarters Cleveland, OH

  13. $2.4 billion dollar globally-enabled electrical manufacturer 14,000 employees 57 factories in 19 countries Eaton’s Electrical Business Eaton’s Electrical World Headquarters Pittsburgh, PA

  14. Place your confidence in Powerware a long history of technology leadership to give you the best protection a complete line of hardware and software products to fit your needs a world-class services organization to provide you the peace of mind Summary

  15. Why UPS?

  16. Why UPS? Protects and Preserves the Job

  17. Today, the cost of power reliability problems to the end user is higher than ever. According to the 2001 U.S. DOE Distributed Energy Resources Program and Strategic Plan, the cost of downtime by industry was estimated as follows: IndustryAvg. Cost per Hour* Cellular Communications $41,000 Telephone Ticket Sales $72,000 Airline Reservations $90,000 Credit Card Operations $2,580,000 Brokerage Operations $6,480,000 • * Not inclusive of intangible loss, including lost customers, damaged reputation, etc.

  18. AVAILABILITY The probability of being found in the operating state at some time ‘t’ in the future, given that the system started in the operating condition at t = 0. Powering the world

  19. The power grid typically provides three 9’s, or 99.9% reliability. This equates to almost 9 hours of downtime per year. ‘High 9’s’ are generally considered to mean five 9’s and above. 9’s Downtime per YearAvailability 3 8 hr, 45 min, 36 sec 99.9% 4 52 min, 33.6 sec 99.99% 5 5 min, 15.36 sec 99.999% 6 31.5 sec 99.9999% 7 3.15 sec 99.99999%

  20. BasicElectricity

  21. BasicElectricity d.c., D.C., DC

  22. BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current

  23. BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current a.c., A.C., AC

  24. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c.

  25. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c. Cycles per second Frequency Hz

  26. VOLTAGE + CyclesperSecond Frequency 16.67ms. 0 TIME - BasicElectricity 60Hz

  27. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c. Cycles per second Frequency Hz Vd.c./Va.c. Pressure Volts

  28. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c. Cycles per second Frequency Hz Vd.c./Va.c. Pressure Volts Amperes Flow Rate I or A

  29. BasicElectricity 18 One Ampere Equals 6.24 x10 Electrons Flowing Past a Point in a Wire Each Second. 6.24 million trillion Electrons 6,240,000,000,000,000,000 Electrons

  30. + CyclesperSecond Frequency 16.67ms. 0 TIME - BasicElectricity 60Hz VOLTAGE CURRENT

  31. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c. Cycles per second Frequency Hz Vd.c./Va.c. Pressure Volts Amperes Flow Rate I or A Power Real Work Potential P = V x I (d.c. only ) W

  32. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c. Cycles per second Frequency Hz Vd.c./Va.c. Pressure Volts Amperes Flow Rate I or A Power Real Work Potential P = V x I (d.c. only ) W Volt Ampere Apparent Power V x A VA

  33. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c. Cycles per second Frequency Hz Vd.c./Va.c. Pressure Volts Amperes Flow Rate I or A Power Real Work Potential P = V x I (d.c. only ) W Volt Ampere Apparent Power V x A VA Kilo Prefix x1000 K

  34. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c. Cycles per second Frequency Hz Vd.c./Va.c. Pressure Volts Amperes Flow Rate I or A Power Real Work Potential P = V x I (d.c. only ) W Volt Ampere Apparent Power V x A VA Kilo Prefix x1000 K Kilo Volt Ampere Apparent Power V x A/1000 KVA 750,000VA = 750KVA

  35. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c. Cycles per second Frequency Hz Vd.c./Va.c. Pressure Volts Amperes Flow Rate I or A Power Real Work Potential P = V x I (d.c. only ) W Volt Ampere Apparent Power V x A VA Kilo Prefix x1000 K Kilo Volt Ampere Apparent Power V x A/1000 KVA 750,000VA = 750KVA Power Real Work Potential P = V x I/1000 (d.c.only) KW 600,000W = 600KW

  36. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c. Cycles per second Frequency Hz Vd.c./Va.c. Pressure Volts Amperes Flow Rate I or A Power Real Work Potential P = V x I (d.c. only ) W Volt Ampere Apparent Power V x A VA Kilo Prefix x1000 K Kilo Volt Ampere Apparent Power V x A/1000 KVA 750,000VA = 750KVA Power Real Work Potential P = V x I/1000 (d.c.only) KW 600,000W = 600KW Resistance Resists Current Flow in an a.c. or d.c. circuit 

  37. Alternating Current a.c., A.C., AC + BasicElectricity _ + Id.c. d.c., D.C., DC Direct Current _ + _ Ia.c. Cycles per second Frequency Hz Vd.c./Va.c. Pressure Volts Amperes Flow Rate I or A Power Real Work Potential P = V x I (d.c. only ) W Volt Ampere Apparent Power V x A VA Kilo Prefix x1000 K Kilo Volt Ampere Apparent Power V x A/1000 KVA 750,000VA = 750KVA Power Real Work Potential P = V x I/1000 (d.c.only) KW 600,000W = 600KW Resistance Resists Current Flow in an a.c. or d.c. circuit  Impedance Resists Current Flow in an a.c. circuit 

  38. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF

  39. + 16.67ms. 0 TIME - BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VOLTAGE CURRENT

  40. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VOLTAGE t + CURRENT 16.67ms. 0 TIME -

  41. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VA x PF = W KVA x PF = KW

  42. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VA x PF = W KVA x PF = KW

  43. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VA x PF = W KVA x PF = KW

  44. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VA x PF = W KVA x PF = KW

  45. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VA x PF = W KVA x PF = KW

  46. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VA x PF = W KVA x PF = KW

  47. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VA x PF = W KVA x PF = KW

  48. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VA x PF = W KVA x PF = KW

  49. BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VA x PF = W KVA x PF = KW Apparent Beer

  50. Apparent Beer Real Beer BasicElectricity Power Factor Phase Difference Between V and A W/VA = PF VA x PF = W KVA x PF = KW