Computer-Grade Power Filtering Products

What’s Inside the Box?

“Strength lies in differences, not in similarities” – Stephen Covey How often do you review your power protection products?  Do you know its “let-through” capability?  Can you be sure it is the right product for the newest digital equipment? Power protection products can be labeled alike, even look alike, have similar characteristics and abilities. But to understand…

Ritty's Incorruptible Cashier

James Ritty and the “Incorruptible Cashier”

Since the first mechanical cash registers patented by James Ritty in 1883 to stop theft by his employees, to the addition of electric motors in 1906, the ECR business successfully incorporated machinery to enhance its ability. Following the announcement of the fully transistorized business computer in 1957, rapid technology changes were meeting with adverse electrical reactions. Then, with the advent of the…

Who's at fault?

Who’s at Fault?

An equipment malfunction creates the perception of hardware or software failure because that is what the customer sees.  This impacts people’s judgment of you and your products. What is not visible, and more commonly the cause, are power related problems.  These types of issues can be intermittent and undetectable, except when causing an electronic device to malfunction.  Don’t put…

Q&A - Why should I purchase an Electronic Power Conditioner from Smart Power?

Q&A – Why should I purchase an Electronic Power Conditioner from Smart Power?

It is difficult to place a dollar figure on how much can be saved by protecting your Point of Sale System with Electronic Power Conditioners (POS Guardian or Smart Cord) from Smart Power Systems. Consider these facts… An Electronic Power Conditioner will: • Increase uptime • Reduce service calls • Extend the life of your…

Q&A - Do I need power protection even if I have a dedicated line?

Q&A – Do I need power protection even if I have a dedicated line?

Dedicated lines terminate at the main electrical panel, the connecting point for all loads, including noise generating loads. Dedicated lines offer no protection against power surges and noise generated by neighborhood industrial equipment or lightning strike transients. The Electronic Power Conditioners (TBF™) can be thought of as a portable dedicated line, able to move from…