700VA Eaton 3s Standby UPS PN 3S700AU - Computer Alliance
AJAX Loading

700VA Eaton 3s Standby UPS PN 3S700AU

Web ID: 11887

700VA Eaton Powerware 3s Standby UPS, 3-year warranty on electronics, 2-year warranty on battery, $25,000 load protection guarantee
Manufacturer PN: 3S700AU
GTIN: 743172034700
Warranty: 2 Year
Manufacturer Website

Configuration Powerboard
Part Number 3S700AU
Color Black
Rating (VA/Watts) 700/420
Dimensions (H x W x D, mm) 86 x 170 x 335
Weight (kg) 3.8
Warranty 3-year warranty on electronics, 2-year warranty on battery, $25,000 load protection guarantee
(Ships with the following items)
USB cable and User Manual
Electrical Input
(1) Aust. 10A
Australian 10A
Input Cord 1.5 metre fixed cord with Australian 10A plug
Input Voltage Range Up to 161-284 V (adjustable)
Frequency 50/60 Hz autoselect
Electrical Output
Voltages 240 V (settable to 220 V, 230 V or 240 V)
Output Receptacles
(3) Aust. 10A
Australian 10A
(3) Aust. 10A surge only
Australian 10A
Battery Type Compact, sealed lead-acid (replaceable)
Battery Replacement Indicators LED
Battery Test Yes
Cold start (No mains power) Yes
Deep Discharge Protection Yes
Communication Ports HID-compliant USB port for automatic integration with most common operating systems (Windows XP, Vista and 7, Linux, Mac OS X), cable supplied
Environmental & Standards
Safety markings IEC/EN 62040-1-1, CE mark, A-Tick
EMC Markings IEC 62040-2, C-Tick
Data Line Protection Tel/fax/modem/internet/Ethernet

Selecting the Right UPS

Eaton's power management solutions are based on protecting the nine most common power problems present in any environment. This unique approach makes your product selection decisions about power protection much simpler. The nine power problems listed below are potentially harmful to both your data and your hardware. Eaton's products offer three levels of power protection:

Series 3, Series 5 and Series 9. Based on the parameters defined by your application, you can select an uninterruptible power system (UPS) from the series that best matches your power protection needs.

To provide maximum power protection, Eaton offers a full line of Series 9 UPSs with both single-phase and three-phase models in the Series 9 family.

Within each Series, Eaton has created 3 classes of products; to provide "Good, Better and Best" levels of features and performance and enable the best product fit for any application and budget.

Series 3 Standby UPS: Backup power

The Eaton's series 3 UPS primarily protects against three of the nine power problems including power failures, power sags and power surges. This essential, cost-effective protection is necessary in order to prevent damage such as data loss, file corruption, hardware damage and equipment shutoff. For example, if your utility fails you could lose all of your work-in-progress. The Series 3 UPS offers a degree of protection against the remaining power problems and is most commonly used to protect single workstations and point-of-sale (POS) equipment.

Series 5 Line Interactive UPS: Keeping it smooth

Eaton's series 5 UPS are most effective against five power problems (power failures, power sags, power surges, under-voltage and over-voltage) and offer a degree of protection against other power problems. Some of the damages you risk by not using a Series 5 UPS include premature hardware failure, data loss and corruption, data error, keyboard lockup, storage loss and system lockup. Series 5 UPSs are recommended for small network systems - all the way up to enterprise networking environments.

Series 9 On Line Double Conversion UPS: Total Protection

Eaton's series 9 UPSs protect against all nine power problems: power failures. power sags, power surges, under-voltage, over-voltage, line noise, frequency variation, switching transients and harmonic distortion. Eaton's series 9 comprehensive protection minimises the opportunity for component stress, burnt circuit boards, data crashes and program failures. Series 9 UPSs offer the highest level of power protection available and are always recommended for mission-critical applications like server farms, hospitals and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) applications.