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Mundelein, Ill. — Feb. 1, 2016 — LifeSafety Power, Inc. will highlight its network and IT-centric Smart Power Solutions during ISC West 2016 in Las Vegas in April, at booth 14121. The products include the dually listed Underwriters Laboratories (UL)/Underwriters Laboratories Canada (ULC) FlexPower Gemini RGM series and the company's premier NetLink Network Communications Module, now tested and certified for cybersecurity capabilities.
FlexPower Gemini RGM provides a seamless mechanical integration of operating power, Mercury Security access controller hardware, and optional lock power in a 19-inch rack mount configuration for data centers or IT network closets.
The units are expandable for small or large door counts and the small-footprint, elegantly designed Gemini RGM extends the realm of installation possibilities for systems integrators.
LifeSafety Power will also highlight the NetLink Network Communications Module, which has been tested and certified by independent third-party agency Smithee, Spelvin, Agnew & Plinge, Inc. as meeting specific cybersecurity features appropriate for enterprise use.
NetLink demonstrated proven system interfaces, instrumentation, and infrastructure safeguards to prevent surreptitious attacks to networked power solutions. NetLink is the network-connected control unit for LifeSafety Power’s FlexPower product line.
LifeSafety Power will also have on display the UL-Listed FlexPower MCLASS Unified Power System, also engineered specifically to house power modules alongside Mercury Security access control hardware in a wall-mount configuration.
The MCLASS Unified Power System contains security panels and power management in a single, integrated and listed enclosure, simplifying wiring and labor. This saves the expense of mounting and wiring separate enclosures and AC drops for lock power, while reducing wall space with a smaller enclosure footprint.
A removable back plate mounts power and Mercury controllers, making wiring faster and easier for additional labor savings. MCLASS comes in a variety of sizes to accommodate door count and wire management preferences by the integrator.
In addition, LifeSafety Power network modules can remotely monitor the power to both the Mercury Security panels and installed locks to increase reliability and detect potential problems before they happen or as they occur with notification via email, smartphone, or web-based device.
LifeSafety Power's products will be on view at the ISC show April 6 through 8. For more information about the company, visit www.LifeSafetyPower.com.