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On the Road to PSA-TEC 2015

Espousing the value of intelligent systems solutions

We’re on the road next week to PSA-TEC 2015! This exciting conference, scheduled for May 4 through 8 in Westminster, Colo., draws the cream of the crop of systems integrators for education, certification, networking and just plain fun! We’re proud to announce that we’re an integral part of PSA-TEC and will be bringing integrators new and exciting educational information about the world of intelligent, networked power solutions.

Integrators are hungry to learn how they can network systems solutions, get remote status updates and bring the utmost uptime to their customer’s integrated solutions. With that in mind, industry veteran and LifeSafety Power’s Co-Founder and Vice President of Engineering Joe Holland is ready to bring new information to this inquisitive crowd in the session: 2015 Trends in Power Management, scheduled for Tuesday, May 5 from 10 to 11:40 a.m.

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Holland will outline trends in power management, such as new networking capabilities and added intelligence; the advantages of smarter power; the future of PoE; the effect of UL 294 Sixth Edition; decoding specifications; transient protection; and component ratings.

LifeSafety Power is a leader in Smarter Power Solutions, providing patented technologies and modular AC, DC, and PoE power systems that meet the growing needs of the life safety industry.

The FlexPower™and NetPower™ product lines are high performance, network-connected, power management systems listed for access control, fire alarm, intrusion, CCTV and mass notification applications. LifeSafety Power, headquartered in Mundelein, Ill., has won six industry accolades, including a 2014 NPS award; Security Sales & Integration (SSI) magazine’s 2015 MVP Award and 2014 Top 30 Technology Innovations; and Security Products magazine’s 2011, 2013 and 2014 New Product of the Year Awards. 

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