15 August 2018
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Third generation Eberspaecher Hydronic water heater is more efficient and user-friendly

Eberspaecher has launched its ‘S3’ third generation Hydronic brushless water heater has Economy and Commercial variants suitable for many different vehicles – from cars to RVs and heavy goods vehicles – with a new, user-friendly App-based control with unlimited range. It also promises a more efficient performance and power outputs from 1.3 to 5 kW in a compact design.
The Hydronic S3 Commercial, 24v variant is a new development of the product and produces the maximum heat output of 5.6kW and automatic adjustment.
The Hydronic S3 Economy ‘CAN/switching plus’ variant replaces the ‘CAN/LIN’ and variant and offers compatibility with all operating elements which transmit a ‘switching plus’ signal.
The new EasyStart Web system means users can control the Hydronic by smartphone, smartwatch or any other internet-enabled device. It can switch on Hydronic’s heater even faster than before and is easy to install thanks to its integrated antenna and the pre-installed SIM chip in the receiver unit.
An EasyScan diagnostic and service unit enables workshops to carry out comprehensive analysis of a heating system’s current operating state as well as error analysis.
The Hydronic heater is designed to be compact to be installed in vehicles where space is tight. Eberspaecher supplies vehicle-specific kits for quick installation to save time. Retro-fitting is possible via the Eberspaecher Partner Portal.
The Eberspaecher Group is one of the automotive industry’s biggest system developer and supplier – including automotive electronics, exhaust technology, vehicle heaters and air conditioning systems. The independent family business has approximately 10,000 employees at 80 worldwide locations in 29 countries. It has produced innovative solutions for exhaust technology, automotive electronics and thermal management for a broad range of vehicle types. It was founded in Germany in 1865 by Jakob Eberspächer and by 2017, the Group generated a turnover of around €4.5 million.