RGB intros comprehensive range of power solutions

posted on Friday, 20th December 2013 by Steve May

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AV distributor RGB Communications has launched the Power Range, a selection of power distribution products aimed at commercial and residential AV installers. The line-up kicks off with Geist, a versatile rack-mountable all-purpose heavy-duty power strip. Featuring a durable powder-coated case, it's available in a variety of switched or non-switched, horizontal, vertical and socket configurations.

For mission critical heavy-duty applications, there's the SurgeX line (pictured above). With an end-user client base that includes government, multi-nationals and the high-end residential sector, this line of AC power solutions boasts patented Advanced Series Mode technology and is designed to protect against catastrophic electrical events without the need for sacrificial or diversionary components. RGB maintains that since its introduction, no equipment protected by SurgeX has ever failed due to a surge-related event. Components are backed with a 10 year warranty.

Indeed, RGB's Chairman Gordon Innocent says he expects SurgeX to become the "must have" power distribution choice for the majority of installs. "Available with sequencing control, the SurgeX units are being regularly installed alongside Savant in our class leading racking from Middle Atlantic Products," he says.

Completing RGB's power offerings are components from Torus Power. Very much designed for high-end installs, Torus offers a variety of advanced features including mains isolation for improved audio and video performance, surge suppression, voltage regulation, LCD display and remote power monitoring and control. Torus Power units are available for rack or free standing installation.

For more on RGB Communication's product portfolio and services, visit out partner page here.

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Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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