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Altronix Showcases Power and Data Transfer

Written by Stephen Vicinanza

Just about a month ago, Altronix showcased its latest power and data transfer products at ISC in New York City. The company has stated its solutions increase system capacity while taking up less space in overall design situations.

This enables more edge devices to be deployed at greater distances with an increase in power to accommodate a wider range of surveillance and security systems. The company is saying this enables devices to be deployed in remote locations regardless of local power availability. This would include the capability to power access and surveillance utilizing 802.3bt PoE. This is meant to increase efficiency and the company believes reduces labor and installation costs.

“We continue to expand our extensive portfolio of power and data transmission solutions with new products that further increase system capabilities while improving overall performance,” said Alan Forman, President, of Altronix Corporation. “Altronix’s global reputation for reliability and customer support is second to none, backed by our experienced team of industry professionals and lifetime warranty.”

The ACM12 Access Power Controllers and the PDS16 Power Distribution Modules accommodate much larger systems incorporating more doors and devices in a more compact footprint.

ACMS12 Access Power Controllers

Has dual inputs allowing for power steering from two independent 5V to 24V DC power sources distributed over 12 independently selectable fail-safe/Fail-secure power outputs. It also has a fire alarm that has a disconnect that is selectable by output.

PDS16 Power Distribution Modules

This PDM also has dual inputs that allow for power steering from AC to DC over 16 power outputs.

Both models also have LED voltage indicators to show the voltage each output is providing. Options include fused or PTC-protected outputs.

The Trove Access and Power Integration, from Altronix, is a solution that has expanded to include more leading brands in the portfolio of access brands. They feature a unique method of increasing capacity without utilizing more wall space. The company also claims that also featured are labor-saving preconfigured kits with new wire management options. These would include a color-coordinated exterior wiring trough and matching high-capacity battery backup enclosures.

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Altronix Showcases Power and Data Transfer

by Stephen Vicinanza time to read: 1 min