Security Cameras

Resolving the Hidden Vulnerability in Security Systems

A serious threat is putting many surveillance and access control systems at risk. But this threat doesn’t come from viruses, cyber criminals or stealth intruders.  Instead, it comes from the wall socket where small power fluctuations and spikes can take high definition cameras, surveillance equipment, access controls systems and other security equipment temporarily offline and…

Smart Power Systems’ Technology VS Others

There’s a reason surge suppressors are low cost protection products, they handle a small percentage of power related problems. They worked well prior to electronic manufactures going fully digital with sensitive microprocessors now being the heart of electronic equipment. In the past, lightning and high voltage surges were the big concern. Now it is low…

Utility power

Power Quality and Sensitive Electronics

The Electric Power Research Institute has found that approximately 80 percent of all power quality problems may actually result from inadequate wiring or grounding on the customer’s premises, or from interactions with other on-site loads. Starting with the advent of the personal computer, Americans and the world have become dependent on electronic equipment. Power quality…

Frustrated with POS Systems

What is a profit-measured service manager to do?

“No problem found service calls from random “C” code calls due to late afternoon low level electric power are a huge waste of time, effort and money.  Identifying and alleviating subtle power issues can be the answer to many costly “no problem found” service calls.” First thing, take power related issues out of the servicing equation.…