Altronix Showcases New Trove Rackmount Access and Power Integration Solution

Altronix is showcasing its new additions to the Trove™ Access and Power Integration Series here at ISC West 2019 (booth #11073). These new Trove models meet the industry's growing demand for rack-mounted configurations that save space, which is highly desirable for use in data centers and MDF/IDF locations where real estate is at a premium.

Trove easily combines Altronix power with access controllers from the leading manufacturers, simplifying board layout and wire management, while providing extreme flexibility and scalability. Removable backplanes allow installers to easily configure and test system configurations prior to on-site installation, reducing time and labor – and increasing profitability.

"Trove delivers a highly-versatile access and power integration solution that makes system design and installation easier, faster, and more cost efficient," said Alan Forman, President, Altronix Corporation. "The addition of new Trove rackmount models provides specifiers with added features in a highly desirable form factor."

The new Trove rackmount models provide integrators with the versatility to combine access controllers with Altronix power solutions in the same rack drawer, or install access controllers or power supplies in separate rack drawers.

The new rackmount series also accommodates a backplane, which facilitates the ease of designing a custom Altronix rackmount power supply. All Trove rackmount models include an easily accessible rack drawer for quick installation and service, external power LEDs, tamper switch, cam lock and Z bracket for ease of wiring.

Trove series products are manufactured in the U.S.A., and backed by a lifetime warranty.

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