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SnapAV says its new Wattbox power conditioners start at $249.95 and they are UL listed to ensure their compliance to the latest safety regulations.
January 02, 2013 | by CI Staff

According to SnapAV, there are certain things clients simply won’t tolerate, and these things can cost installers valuable time, money and, most importantly, the trust of customers.

The Skinny: To help electronics companies minimize these costly scenarios SnapAV is now shipping its new line of Wattbox IP+ power conditioners that incorporates a self-healing auto-reboot feature that automatically resets wireless routers or other devices in the event of connectivity issues.

The Specs: In addition to the auto reboot functionality, the products feature full IP-control and are easily programmable for precision sequencing or scheduled reboots of individual outlets. The products also utilize proprietary software that provides an easy programming interface for dealers who don’t have a lot of experience with networking. The products are also supported with Control4 drivers that are available to download for easy integration with Control4 control and automation systems.

SnapAV also explains the Wattbox power conditioners incorporate unique form factors that simplify the process of mounting electrical outlets in equipment racks, structured wiring cans and behind displays. The IP controllable models range from three to 12 outlet designs, and all of the products are UL listed.

Solutions: SnapAV’s line of Wattbox power conditioners can be used for just about any type of commercial or residential electronics installation.

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