Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation has announced the launch of a new UPS product. The Eaton 3S is said to offer affordable and reliable protection against the most common power quality problems for office and home computers. With an attractive design and glossy finish, the Eaton 3S fits easily into any modern office or home environment.
The Eaton 3S UPS protects computer equipment from the most critical electrical problems, including power failure, sags and surges. It also covers peripherals, such as printers, using a transformer. The new compact offline UPS is available with eight IEC sockets. In terms of appearance, the 3S is more modern and appealing than its predecessor, the Eaton 3105 UPS. "We have paid special attention to the design of the Eaton 3S," says product manager Christophe Jammes at Eaton's Power Quality division.
"The UPS is aimed at homes and small offices, and this is why we wanted to make it look nice and polished more suitable for such environments." The power ratings of the Eaton 3S have been upgraded from those of the Eaton 3105, to 550 and 700 VA, matching the current market requirements. The 3S also features data line protection and USB connectivity.
Implementing the 3S is very easy as it automatically integrates with Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, so no drivers need to be installed. This ensures that the 3S works seamlessly with these major operating systems' power management. A replaceable battery also helps to extend UPS service life. For advanced users, the 3S can also be monitored by Eaton's power management software.
The 3S is available throughout the EMEA region now.