04.10.2008 04:54 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
ETA Systems to introduce complete product line at NAB2008

ETA Systems will be making its first appearance at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. A leading manufacturer of power distribution, conditioning and management solutions for professional audio and video applications, ETA will introduce a comprehensive product lineup of next-generation technology for information and entertainment content at the show. ETA Systems will be exhibiting in booth C1334.

"Today's digital technology is highly sophisticated and highly susceptible to power quality disturbances," said George Lannert, president of ETA Systems and its parent company POWERVAR. "The power conditioning and management solutions we're offering through ETA Systems are the result of our more than two decades of experience designing power quality solutions for a variety of high technology applications. Much of the technology on display at the NAB Show goes to work in mission critical applications, where the pedigree and proven performance of our product family pays for itself in a very short time period."

The company will be highlighting its rack-mount power distribution products, power sequencing products, transformer-based power conditioners, uninterruptible power supplies and its family of single- and three-phase standalone transformer-based power conditioners. Continuous technical demonstrations will take place in the NAB booth. A preview of the information being presented during these demonstrations is available on ETA Systems' Web site.

ETA Systems offers a comprehensive family of products for the management, distribution and conditioning of AC power for standalone situations, a single rack of equipment or even a complete studio or room full of racks requiring single- or three-phase power. Solutions cover a range of electrical sizes from one-half amp up to 300kVA three-phase.

For more information, visit www.etasys.com.

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