Compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Eaton Corporation’s Electrical Sector takes the advancement of inclusion and full access to electronic and information technology for all persons very seriously. With regard to Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (the “Act”), the majority of products manufactured by Eaton’s Electrical Sector do not qualify as “electronic and information technology” (“EIT”) as defined in the Act.
For those products of Eaton’s which do qualify as EIT, Eaton asserts an exception to the applicability of the Act under Section 1194.3(f) based on the fact that the products would be “located in spaces frequented only by service personnel for maintenance, repair, or occasional monitoring of equipment”.
- Power Management
- Visual Power Manager (VPM)
- Visual Capacity Optimization Manager (VCOM)
- Intelligent Power Manager (IPM)
- Intelligent Power Protector (IPP)
- Network, Server & Storage
- Eaton 5PX (1000-3000 VA)
- Eaton 9PXM (4-20 kVA)
- Eaton 9170+ (3-18 kVA)
- Eaton 9155 (8-15 kVA)
- Data Center & Facility UPS
- BladeUPS (5-60 kW)
- Eaton 9355 (10 - 30 kVA)
- Eaton 93E (20 - 60 kVA)
- Eaton 93PM (10-400 kW)
- Eaton 9390 (20-160 kVA)
- Power Xpert 9395 (200-1200 kVA)
- Public Sector Customer Success Stories
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- Section 508 compliance