Dantech release ‘Quick Look-Up’ Guides
Dantech Electronic Engineering, the specialist manufacturer of power supplies and ancillary equipment for security applications, has released two easy to use, ‘Quick look-up’ guides – for those wishing to source and specify highly-reliable, British built analogue & PoE power supplies.
Providing a host of practical information to identify and specify the most suitable power supply product for any security systems application, the new guides are an essential asset for any installer, project manager or consultant.
Available as a free of charge PDF download or hard copy, the quick look up guides cover Dantech’s extensive range of analogue and IP PoE power supplies, indicating key product features and bullet-pointed benefits, to make specifying products easy, via a step-by-step process.
Included in the guide for all Analogue power supplies are: Enclosure type, amount of outputs, max current output, ac input, battery support, additional features and part code. Whereas for IP PoE power supplies, information includes: Enclosure type, Midspan + (UPS) or Multispan + (UPS), number of PoE ports, dimensions, battery capacity, Ethernet speed and part code.
“Supporting specifiers and installers to maximise long-term reliability for their analogue & IP security installations, Dantech has made it easy to select the most appropriate power supply product,”
says Tim Scott, Director at Dantech Electronic Engineering.
“With our new analogue and PoE quick look-up guides, we’re helping customers to choose the right power supply model to suit any CCTV, access control, intercom, intruder alarm or lighting systems application. Combined with a choice of IP66 rated plastic, steel, or rack mount enclosures, the easy to use guides help specifiers to choose a power supply that will deliver tried & tested reliability and performance, via a range of Dantech models designed specifically to meet the needs of security applications.”
If you want to receive a hard copy of the guides, you can telephone 01621 856 850 or alternatively email: firstname.lastname@example.org to request a hard copy.