Dantech Electronic Engineering, the leading UK manufacturer of specialist power supplies and ancillary equipment specifically designed for security applications, has launched SecurePoE.com, a brand new website designed to assist installers and specifiers to select the correct model of power supply to suit any PoE system requirement.
With website content covering power considerations, current consumption, power range, class descriptions, technical data and typical system applications, SecurePoE.com hosts a wealth of practical information for anyone looking to find a solution to a PoE question.
Additionally, with a comprehensive specification and features breakdown on Dantech’s range of SecurePoE indoor and exterior power supplies, choosing the best solution for any application couldn’t be easier. The website’s handy, automated PoE Selector recommends the appropriate SecurePoE model to suit a range of user-selected parameters: Enclosure type (indoor, exterior or rack-mount), Product type (injector or injector and network switch), Battery support (None or 1.2-10Ah) and Number of ports (1-8). For ease of recognition, all the available SecurePoE models are listed and described alongside the PoE Selector.
A free-of-charge, downloadable PoE ‘Quick look-up guide’ PDF is also featured on the site, illustrating Dantech’s extensive range of PoE power supplies, their product features and associated performance benefits.
The site also covers those special features of Dantech’s SecurePoE range that are designed specifically to meet the needs of the professional security system provider. These include easy installation, set-up and maintenance; secure tamper-monitored enclosures with all connections inside; mains and power status monitoring contacts; and crucially, a guaranteed 30W of PoE power to all outputs.
"SecurePoE products provide highly-reliable PoE power in a physically secure and practical package for any compliant network device,” says Tim Scott, Director of Dantech Electronic Engineering. “Visitors to the SecurePoE.com site will find practical information on power systems design, as well as Dantech’s comprehensive range of IEEE802.3:2012 802.3at and 802.af compliant SecurePoE power supplies.”
For further information on Dantech’s range of SecurePoE power supplies, contact Dantech by telephone on 01621 856850, e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting the new dedicated website at www.SecurePoE.com.