by Adam Armstrong

Eaton Eases Organization With New RS Enclosures

Today Eaton announced the launch of a new enclosure that is designed to simplify installation and configuration of vital data center equipment and help data center operators and IT professionals organize, protect and manage critical IT resources, the RS Enclosure. The new enclosure is flexible and customizable making it an ideal fit for a broad array of devices. Eaton claims that the RS Enclosure can help streamline installation time and reduce costs in the data center.

Companies are shifting their systems to virtualized infrastructures more and more and this puts pressure on IT to consolidate resources and lower costs. Eaton’s new RS Enclosure aims to aid IT in both consolidation and in reducing costs. The flexibility of this new system allows multiple configurations that range from small IT closets to multi-tenant data centers. Eaton offers three different solutions each for a specific need: server, networking, and co-location installations. These solutions alos support Eaton’s power management products such as it G3 ePDU and its 9X UPS.

Benefits include:

  • Organize: Tool-less mounting options for multiple Eaton power management devices, cable management solutions and additional IT equipment make it fast and easy for managers to add new equipment or upgrade existing equipment.
  • Protect: Enhanced physical security via a highly secure combination lock helps protect valuable IT resources from both internal and external threats.
  • Manage: Improved cable management using Eaton’s B-Line series Flextray cable management increases available enclosure space while improving airflow to lessen the risk of overheating, an increasing concern for industries such as government and healthcare that house sensitive data. In addition, the RS enclosure provides highly efficient airflow management options, making it suitable for hot aisle/cold aisle requirements.


The Eaton RS Enclosure is available now.

Eaton RS Enclosure  

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