LifeSafety Power, a vendor for PSA Security Network and a Gold Sponsor of PSA-TEC will showcase its product technology integrations and provide expert education to attendees during PSA-TEC 2018, March 11 through 16 in Denver.
LifeSafety Power, which offers the industry’s only intelligent networked power solutions, will showcase ProWire Unified Power Systems during exhibit hours at booth 216.
ProWire is designed to help the systems integrator save time and money in the field with a solution that eliminates hours of wiring and is comprised of a standard installation platform that improves system uniformity, streamlining service and maintenance. ProWire is UL/ULC certified and comes prewired and ready to install.
LifeSafety Power will showcase its leading product technology at the March 11-16 PSA-TEC show in Denver, Colorado
ProWire easy equipment installation
The precision wiring design of ProWire eliminates field wiring variability so integrators and end users can easily establish equipment installation standards for consistent, professional and repeatable results across multiple sites, campuses and locations.
ProWire features the ability to seamlessly add intelligent power monitoring capabilities, leveraging partnerships with the industry’s most widely used global access control hardware and platforms, including Mercury Security, Lenel, Software House and AMAG Technology.
These partnerships give security integrators the ability to offer a new suite of managed power services for recurring monthly revenue while delivering predictive data analytics to customers that keep their solutions up and connected.
Security education and training
On the education and training front, LSP’s technical expert Joe Holland will present two educational sessions during the show: Networking Power Solutions – Data Analytics for New Age Managed Services, March 13, 11 a.m.; and March 15, 8 a.m. LSP Factory Certification course worth BICSI continuing education credits (CEUs).
In Networking Power Solutions, Holland will dig deep into new methods of using data, data reporting and data analytics of power system solutions. In the Factory Certification course, attendees will learn how to specify, configure, work with and troubleshoot modern power systems.
“The paradigm of power has changed from static device to mission critical component that yields information and data to assist in reliable uptime for the user,” said Larry Ye, President and CEO of LifeSafety Power.
“Power is the heartbeat of every integrated system solution today. The ability to monitor it over the network and cull critical data aids the specification in so many ways from top to bottom. It makes power more intuitive and predictive and also gives integration companies another important skillset,” he said.