Smart Power Systems provides power protection solutions for the security market,
including power analyzers, electronic power conditioners, and uninterruptible power supplies.

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POWER QUALITY ANALYZER

Solving power quality problems that affect microprocessor-based products can be expensive and time consuming. The Power Quality Analyzer will detect power problems many other devices cannot. The report enables you to view power problems from a microprocessor’s point of view.

The Smart Power Analyzer is designed to record a wide range of power issues. The results are presented in an easy to understand format that eliminates the often difficult step of interpreting the results of power monitoring. The format also enables dealers to easily present power issues to their customers.

Put an engineer on your staff—each Power Quality Analyzer report has a unique identifier which his enables an engineer at Smart Power Systems to retrieve a report from the database and drill down to more detail in the event of a complex power quality problem.

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COMPUTER-GRADE FILTERS

SMART CORD (electronic power conditioner)

The Smart Cord is an ergonomic power filter that is ideal for environments where power protection is needed but space is limited.

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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY

VENUS UPS

The Venus Uninterruptible Power Supply includes a Transformer-Based Filter and is ideal for computers, servers, POS systems, telecom units, LANs, and peripherals.

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SSP UPS

The SSP UPS is an uninterruptible power supply with a Transformer-Based Filter that is ideally suited for online power protection applications that require access to ports for computers, servers, POS systems, telecom units, LANs, and other computer peripherals.

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POWER MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

UPSwing

Rely on our complete line of power management software solutions for
standalone and networked computers, including SNMP support.

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RELATED ARTICLE

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 can take high definition cameras, surveillance equipment, access controls systems and other security equipment temporarily offline and even create gaps in digital recordings.

Making matter worse, the security industry is being sold on the idea that UPS (uninterruptible power supply) battery back-up provides 100 percent coverage against power issues. Not so fast.  Many, in fact, leave gaping holes in power protection that can take security systems down for minutes, or even longer, creating a security risk for the customer and tarnishing the reputation of the reseller.

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