LifeSafety Power, Mundelein, Illinois, a provider of smarter power solutions and patented remote networking capabilities, is already creating a buzz for ASIS 2016, September 12-15 in Orlando, with its intelligent power management solutions. Set to exhibit at booth 3461 during the show, the company’s growing suite of products have effectively forged a new category of remote managed services from networked power solutions.

NetLink Network Communications Module

During the show, LifeSafety Power will showcase enhancements to its patented NetLink Network Communications Module and software, including additional cyber security processes and protocols. According to an independently conducted study, NetLink meets network cyber security requirements for safe enterprise deployment from data takeover threats.

Establishing significant, long-term partnerships have also propelled LifeSafety Power’s phenomenal growth over the last several years, with the most recent the release of the FlexPower PCLASS Unified Power Solutions for Paxton Access. With the new PCLASS, specially engineered to integrate operating power and a mechanical housing for Paxton AccessNet2 controller hardware, integrators will have additional specification options to easily expand their access control footprint.

Event highlights

  • Addressing the trend toward IT-centric installations and small data center spaces, the award-winning FlexPower Gemini RGM series will be on display. It provides complete integration of system power, lock power, and remote power options in a rack mount configuration. Gemini RGM is the only product dually UL listed in the in the U.S. and Canada (ULC) for its integrated components in a compact, secure design.

  • The FlexPower Unified Power Solutions BCLASS from Brivo is also the result of a new partnership, revealed in the seamless, mechanical integration of power and access control hardware in the Brivo Integrated Power solution. Other key partnerships will also be on display at the show.

  • Finally, new board member Steve Wagner, former president of Mercury Security and now in a consultative role to the company as principal of Cartwright Partners, will be on hand with other team members to discuss the company’s new endeavors and how it will continue to carve its own category of mission critical services from networked power.