Las Vegas, NV (March 28, 2007)–Altronix Corporation is featuring its innovative StrikeIt1 Panic Device Power/Controller here at ISC West 2007. Altronix´s recently introduced StrikeIt1 is a comprehensive power solution for single or multiple hardware devices.
"Altronix has an established reputation for delivering advanced power solutions for professional security applications such as access control," said Alan Forman, President, Altronix, Corporation. "Our StrikeIt1 directly addresses the issues resulting from the activation of panic devices, and helps to ensure that costly labor is not spent troubleshooting problems that could have been prevented."
StrikeIt1 operates up to two (2) 24VDC panic hardware devices individually or simultaneously. It is designed to handle the high current surge that panic hardware locking devices demand. A programmable timed lock release feature ranging from one (1) to thirty (30) seconds, supervised lock outputs and two (2) programmable fire alarm disconnect options are all included, along with simultaneous 12VDC and 24VDC constant power outputs for access control accessories. Two form "C" follower relays and two form "C" delayed momentary relays which follow the lock outputs are provided for activation of automatic door operators. On-board circuitry facilitates stand-by battery charging.
For more information call toll free 1-888-258-7669, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.altronix.com.
Altronix is a leading designer & manufacturer of quality low voltage electronics for Security, Fire, CCTV, Access Control, Nurse Call, and Automation markets. Altronix provides Power Supply/Chargers, Battery Enclosures, Timers, Controllers, DIN Rail products, NAC Power Extenders, Transformers, Rechargeable Batteries, Relay Modules, Siren Drivers, Snap Track products, Power Distribution modules, and Automation products. Altronix also provides Custom Electronic Product Design and Assembly. Altronix products carry a lifetime warrantee and are manufactured in the U.S.
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