Published on 14 October, 2010
|The NetWayM Managed PoE Midspans for PoE and non-PoE compliant cameras and edge devices|
Demonstrating their ability to deliver innovative, cost-effective and reliable solutions to the professional security industry, Altronix
is showcasing the versatility and benefits of the company's latest new products at ASIS 2010
. Featured products include the new e-FLOW™ Series Power Supplies for access and other security applications; NetWayM™ Managed PoE Midspans for PoE and non-PoE compliant cameras and edge devices; and the ReServ™ Series Uninterrupted Power Supplies (UPS). "Today's security industry covers a complex and diverse landscape of technologies. ASIS attendees will see how Altronix delivers solutions that deliver more than just power and that offer the highest levels of functionality, reliability and cost-efficiency,"
said Alan Forman, President, Altronix. "With more than 25 years of experience behind us, we are committed to designing and delivering a broad portfolio of solutions with the added value that security professionals have come to expect from Altronix."
The new e-FLOW Series Power Supplies for access, security and fire alarm systems provide cost-effective and reliable 24 or 12 VDC from either a 115 or 230 VAC power source. The new line is comprised of ten models ranging from 2.5 amps to 10 amps total power output versions. Features include supervised built-in fire alarm disconnect, an external power LED, low power shutdown to protect batteries from deep discharging, and a Aux Class 2 rated power limited output.
Altronix ReServ Series Uninterruptible Power Supplies combine a high quality power supply with a UPS in a single highly cost-effective solution. The series includes the ReServ1, ReServ2 and ReServ3 in indoor and outdoor units are designed to provide simultaneous 12 VDC, 24 VAC (or both) camera power during normal, brown out and power outage conditions.
NetWayM Managed PoE Midspans are IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at (PoE Plus) compliant to support both PoE cameras and edge devices, as well as non-PoE compliant IP 12 VDC cameras. The NetWay8M features eight ports with a total output of 150 W, and the NetWay16M features sixteen ports with a maximum output of 300 W. Each port has a maximum output of 30 W and will automatically adjust power to the PoE device connected.