Eaton Launched the New Low Voltage Switchgear Power Xpert® DX in Shanghai

Date: 2015/11/18

Shanghai… Power management company Eaton launched a new low voltage switchgear Power Xpert® DX in Shanghai today, and meanwhile showcased its latest innovations integrating electrical, hydraulic and filtration products and solutions on its truck show at Mobile Tech Day. Over a hundred participants including clients, local partners and industrial experts attended the event. 
“With the steady progress of China’s urbanization, the power grid networks would be more intelligent and widely used, which would be followed by a higher standard for products’ reliability, flexibility and safety performance.” said Kim Lee Law, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Power Distribution Division for Eaton APAC. “Driven by technical innovation, Eaton focuses on the research and development of electrical products that can meet these demands and help our customers to ensure the safe operation of equipment, realize efficient utilization of power and cost optimization.”
The newly developed Power Xpert® DX is a product highly efficient, reliable and flexible, which can help the customer to achieve optimized investment and cost reduction. It is Eaton’s latest GB/IEC low voltage power assembly up to 6300A with fully insulated distribution busbars to ensure operational safety. The system is characterized by its Modular design, the small footprint and compact structure, which makes it easy to extend and maintain. It also features the unique safety design to guarantee the safety of operators and facilities.
Eaton’s truck show at Mobile Tech Day was held at the same place that day. The event presented Eaton’s integrated innovative products and technologies, as well as the insights into some of the specific challenges that Eaton’s customers are facing and the examples of how Eaton has helped to solve them. 
Eaton is a power management company with 2014 sales of $22.6 billion. Eaton provides energy-efficient solutions that help our customers effectively manage electrical, hydraulic and mechanical power more efficiently, safely and sustainably. Eaton has approximately 99,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. For more information, visit