A new line of Crestron Power Conditioners boast UL 1449 certification and robust power management capabilities.
Rack-mountable, Type 3 Listed PC-100, PC-200 and PC-300 offer 120-volt AC power distribution, switching, surge protection and EMI/RFI noise filtering for Crestron control systems, AV systems and other AC line-powered equipment, according to Crestron.
Nearly two thirds, 62 percent, of Commercial Integrator‘s audience of integrators and consultants offer Power Conditioning, Surge Suppression, and Energy Solutions to their customers, according to our annual readership survey.
Crestron clearly emphasizes the UL1449 certification and the power management capabilities of the PC-100, PC-200 and PC-300.
More from Crestron on the UL 1449 Certification
UL 1449 is the UL safety and performance standard for Surge Protective Devices (SPD), formerly known as Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors (TVSS). “Most products in this class are merely designed to UL 1449 standards, but ours is actually certified, which is critically important in professional applications,” said Toine Leerentveld, Technology Manager, Control Systems, at Crestron. “UL 1449 certification ensures optimal performance during normal operation and adherence to the highest safety standards.”
… The PC-100 has been tested and certified by UL as compliant with the UL 1449 safety and performance standard for surge protective devices (SPD)
More from Crestron on the Power Management Solution
RMS voltage and current monitoring enables technology managers to log and report line voltage, current, power, and energy usage at the input. The external temperature sensor keeps tabs on heat conditions within the equipment rack or room. Network connectivity allows for setup and operation using a web browser, and extensive custom control and monitoring capabilities are enabled through integration with a Crestron control system.
Crestron Adds This about PC-200 and PC-300:
Built-in RMS voltage and current monitoring enables logging and reporting of line voltage fluctuations at the input, as well as current, power, and energy usage at each outlet. An external temperature sensor is included to keep tabs on heat conditions within the equipment rack or room. Network connectivity allows for setup and operation using a web browser, with extensive custom control and monitoring capabilities enabled through integration with a Crestron control system, the MyCrestron.com residential monitoring service, the Crestron Fusion Cloud enterprise management service, or an SNMP client.[1,2] Setup and operation can also be performed through the LCD front panel.
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