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UPS designed to meet market need for simplicity

Schneider Electric has launched Easy UPS 3S, a 10-to-40kVA uninterruptible power supply (UPS), in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Latin America. Easy UPS 3S offers robust electrical specifications and compact design, and is easy to install, use and service, the company says.
 
The footprint design has been optimised and advanced features such as protecting critical equipment from damage due to power outages, surges and spikes have been included. The system delivers up to 96 percent efficiency in double conversion mode and up to 99 percent efficiency in energy-saving ECO Mode.
This new offer is available with or without batteries, to address different business needs. Customers will also benefit from a start-up service option to ensure the Easy UPS 3S is properly and safely configured for optimal performance, reliability, safety, and peace of mind. “Easy UPS 3S addresses a market need we see for a solution that offers best-in-class power availability, reliability, manageability, quality, and convenience for small and medium businesses, data centres, and manufacturing facilities,” said Pedro Robredo, vice president, Secure Power, Schneider Electric.
“We look forward to bringing this new 3 phase 10-to-40kVA offer to EMEA European, Middle Eastern, African and Latin American countries. With its easiness, competitiveness, and versatility, Easy UPS 3S is ideally suited for use in a wide range of industries and environments,” he added.
The new product is claimed to be rugged, with a wide input voltage window and strong overload protection all in a compact and lightweight footprint, and it has been designed following rigorous Schneider Electric testing procedures. It features an intuitive display interface for easy configuration and monitoring, and customers can monitor and manage the UPS status remotely through Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure IT cloud-based and on-premise software suites.
 
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