FlexPower® Global™ Series (FPG) from LifeSafety Power

FlexPower® Global™ Series (FPG) from LifeSafety Power

The FlexPower® Global™ Series (FPG) from LifeSafety Power—designed to provide DC power for access control systems in international applications—is now PSE listed for Japan and compatible with the country’s 100VAC applications.

LifeSafety Power’s award-winning FlexPower power supply line continues to expand its reach to new markets, bringing reliability and safety to connected access control and security solutions. The FPG family is engineered with power factor correction and a universal AC input allows operation on any input voltage, from 100-240VAC at 50-60Hz. FPG is also compatible with LifeSafety Power’s award winning NetLink™ network communication modules, allowing automated remote battery load testing, AC input voltage measurement, email alerts on fault conditions and more. With the addition of PSE certification, FPG now carries listings and approvals for the United States, Canada, Europe, India, Mexico, Japan and others (UL, CE, PSE, BIS, RoHS).

“Meeting power requirements in new countries effectively expands the reach of power-connected solutions,” said John Olliver, senior vice president of sales & marketing for LifeSafety Power, who also handles international sales. “For the systems integrator and end user, they can rely on our power solutions for all of their global account customers and meet power requirements consistently around the world.”

The FPG series, available in wall and rack-mount applications, has a lifetime warranty and
includes a metal cover over the PCB for European compliance.


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