“Identifying and alleviating subtle power issues can be the answer to many costly “no problem found” service calls.”
In a restaurant environment, appliances like blenders, cappuccino machines, AC units, refrigerators, ice machines create electrical noise that affects your POS equipment, servers and computers.
Protect yourself, your equipment and your company’s integrity by taking these power related symptoms out of the equation when performing service calls. It will lead to better cost management and higher service agreement profitability.
Guard against disruptive, damaging and destructive power-related issues • Avoid system lock-ups and errors • Reduce unnecessary service calls due to power issues • Eliminate downtime for your POS system due to power problems • Protect your investment by reducing the need to repair or replace POS equipment • Strengthen your manufacturer’s warranty
“The benefit a power quality program brings to a dealership is to eliminate power issues from the service equation. To maximize profits in a maintenance agreement, it is important to identify power issues that may be present in a facility as early as possible.”
There’s a reason surge suppressors are low cost protection products, they handle a small percentage of power related problems. Smart Power Systems Transformer-Based Filter technology offers a low let-through, providing Computer-Grade Power and a more stable power source for today’s microprocessor based products.
Security systems are designed and installed for protection – not protecting them with proper power protection can challenge any benefit expected from a security system.Smart Power Systems offers a full line of patented protection products, including UPS’s for 100% protection from power anomalies.
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 […]
Over voltage, a power disturbance that occurs when voltage exceeds specified limits, may not be the first potential complication that comes to mind when designing point of sale systems or other applications that encompass electronic equipment. However, understanding what over voltage is, and implementing technology to guard against is essential. Over voltage stems from a […]
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 […]