ETA Systems Adds Power Conditioners and Managers to its Product Line

ETA Systems, a leading manufacturer of power conditioning systems in the audio and video industries, has announced the addition of isolation transformer-based power line conditioners and uninterruptible power managers (UPM) to its family of power protection solutions. The product extension and addition is a result of ETA’s recent acquisition by Waukegan, Ill.-based power quality solutions provider Powervar.
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ETA Systems Adds Power Conditioners and Managers to its Product Line

Nov 8, 2005 3:51 PM

ETA Systems, a leading manufacturer of power conditioning systems in the audio and video industries, has announced the addition of isolation transformer-based power line conditioners and uninterruptible power managers (UPM) to its family of power protection solutions. The product extension and addition is a result of ETA’s recent acquisition by Waukegan, Ill.-based power quality solutions provider Powervar.

Innovative isolation transformer-based products represent ETA’s pursuit of technology driven products that stand alone when compared to today’s existing industry technology,” says ETA’s national sales manager Victor Pavona. “Innovative products such as these, in this market, are long overdue.”

“The digital audio and video systems of today have become so sophisticated and mission critical that they require higher levels of power management than are currently being offered,” states Dennis Ver Mulm, vice president of marketing for Powervar.

Powervar has always recognized that power quality problems affect electronics, regardless of the industry. The relationship with ETA Systems and its professional sales support team allows Powervar to partner its proven solutions for power quality with ETA’s market knowledge and expertise. These new products are centered around ETA’s philosophy on the ABC’s of power conditioning, which calls for a surge diverter, isolation transformer, and noise filter to be part of the digital power quality solution.

ETA power conditioners work fulltime to prevent an array of power quality problems. They are designed for use with today’s highly sophisticated digital technology. ETA’s new power conditioner includes 24 models for North American and international use.

ETA’s new UPM is designed to keep systems running when the power goes out. The UPM also works fulltime to prevent an array of power quality problems like high-energy surges, high frequency noise, and common mode voltage. The new UPM will be offered in five North American models and five international models ranging from 350 VA to 1440 VA.

“ETA Systems will soon become the industry’s one-stop-shop for all power management, conditioning, and sequencing needs. ETA will be the only name in the industry that can provide such comprehensive solutions. This is a whole new horizon for ETA and the industry itself,” states Pavona.

For more information about ETA and Powervar, visit www.etasys.com and www.powervar.com.

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