Snap One brings IP-enabled Wattbox range to EMEA region

posted on Tuesday, 22nd November 2022 by Steve May

Smart home  Power conditioners 

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Snap One is bringing its IP-enabled WattBox range to EMEA and APAC markets for the first time. Offering power and surge protection, with OvrC remote monitoring compatibility, the line offers a variety of configuration options, and will be displayed in full at ISE 2023.

Topping the lineup is the WattBox 800 Series, an 1U eight-outlet IP power conditioner, which offers individually controlled and metered outlets, an LED faceplate that displays power and connectivity information, and OvrC functionality.

The OvrC Connect app replaces OvrC Home and is available for both commercial and residential clients, along with a newly redesigned OvrC location dashboard. Auto-reboot and remote troubleshooting options should reduce service calls and enable better, faster customer service, says the company.

Capable of operation in 220V-240V regions, models launching in EMEA and APAC include the WB-800I-IPVM-6, WP-800I-FP, WB-800ICH1U-IVPM-8, WB-250I-IPW-2, WB-800IVPS-IPVM-12 WattBox SKUs.

“We look forward to bringing Wattbox’s well-known IP control capabilities, versatile form factors and OvrC integration internationally following its success in the US,” said Emily Jones, Snap One Senior Director of Product Management. “Power conditioning and surge protection are required components for nearly all jobs, which is why WattBox is often the first product considered by our Partners when designing systems. Plus, the Wattbox product line is the gateway into the OvrC remote monitoring ecosystem, which enables Partners to build recurring-revenue opportunities with existing customers."

“Auto-reboots and remote troubleshooting options can reduce service calls and enable better, faster customer service,” Jones said. “OvrC, available through Wattbox solutions, offers reliable, superior performance that directly benefits Partners’ bottom line. We’re eager for international Partners to begin reaping the benefits of Wattbox and OvrC!”

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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