Altronix Showcases New Line of Compact, Cost-efficient Access Power Solutions at GSX 2019

Altronix, provider of power and data transmission products for the professional security industry, is featuring its new Maximal Fit series of access power controllers here at GSX 2019, booth 933. These units provide system designers and integrators with a more compact and economical alternative to our popular Maximal series.

"Our new Maximal Fit models lower the cost of deploying access control, utilizing less space," said Alan Forman, President, Altronix Corporation.

Designed to save valuable wall space, the new compact Maximal Fit Series includes models with single or dual power supply/chargers with or without sub-assemblies and accessories to meet a wide range of system requirements. Units can also be easily customized or pre-installed with myriad combinations of Altronix power and sub-assemblies. Power supply features include: supervised fire alarm disconnect; low power cutoff and overvoltage protection; built-in battery charger that is 30-50% faster; room to accommodate up to four 12AH/12VDC batteries and are network ready by adding a LINQ2 network communication module to control, monitor and report power/diagnostics.

Altronix Maximal Fit is manufactured in the U.S.A., and backed by a lifetime warranty.

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