BrightLayer Power Management Software

To optimise your operations and achieve your digital transformation goals, Eaton’s Brightlayer software offers a comprehensive suite of solutions tailored to your business needs. Leveraging your assets and the data they provide; we empower you to drive operational value through data-driven insights and digital enablement.


Brightlayer starts with harnessing asset data to tackle power management challenges effectively. The experience layer provides access to digital solutions, data, APIs, and services, fostering collaboration among customers, partners, and developers to create intelligent power management solutions.

The software layer, industry-focused suites deliver actionable insights that drive operational value across your enterprise. Coupled with industry expertise, the software, data, and services empower you to make informed decisions and optimise your operations.

At the platform layer, offered is open, extensible development components, enabling the creation of intelligent power management solutions at scale and speed. Whether in the cloud, at the edge, or on-premises, our technologies drive development efficiency, facilitating innovation in your organisation.

Finally, the data layer ensures seamless integration of data from Eaton or other manufacturers’ devices, enabling AI and machine learning insights or secure transmission to existing platforms. With Brightlayer, you have the flexibility to harness the power of data to drive your operation forward.

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For pricing and further information, please phone Power On Australia on 1300 66 24 35 or complete the enquiry form below.
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Are your UPS' reliable?

UPS’ are very reliable when used in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. Like many electronic devices, they can be easily mistreated.

How do UPS' work?

UPS’ work by preventing interruption of Power to the critical load. This is usually happens by providing a secondary source of energy – like a battery – to run your critical load. There are a handful of different methods for UPS operation, that deliver somewhat different results.

How do UPS' work in a data centre?

Data Centres use a large Centralised UPS array, backed up by generators as well as the grid, to keep power available to the data centre uses for many hours in circumstances when grid power has failed.

What UPS do I need?

The UPS you will need will absolutely be defined by what your load is. A PC will need a different size UPS to a refrigerator, or a variable speed drive. That’s because the loads are very different in nature.

Where is UPS used?

A UPS is expected to be used in any clean, dust Free, temperature and humidity controlled location. Using a UPS outdoors, or in a vehicle or on a ship or an oil rig requires specialist UPS systems.

Which UPS is best for home?

If you are using your UPS in a major city home, and for typical home IT equipment, like PC’s, TV’s and modems, a ‘line interactive’ UPS is all that is generally required. In areas where your power supply is weak or poor quality, or your supported equipment is more critical in nature – like a CPAP machine or humidicrib, it is best to get specialist advice.

Which UPS battery is best?

UPS batteries are divided generally into 2 types. High rate batteries and non high rate batteries. High rate batteries can support a large burst of energy for short periods of time – like 30 minutes, but have a comparatively short service life. Non high rate batteries are designed for long slow discharges, and can often support equipment for many hours, and will last near double the lifespan of high rate batteries. Battery type and sizing is complex, best to seek professional advice here.

Which UPS is best for Computer or Gaming PC?

The best type of UPS is best for every type of application because of the way it’s expected to work. These are double conversion UPS’s, sometimes called true on line UPS’s. They work very differently to more economical UPS’s, are more complex, more reliable, more powerful and significantly more expensive that the low cost UPS’s. If ‘best’ means highest reliability and best quality power output with fewest power breaks to you, get Double Conversion.

Why is UPS used?

A UPS is used solely to prevent or limit interruption of mains power to critical loads. Other add on functions like surge protection, alarms and communications and remote control of servers is not a core UPS function.

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