LSC releases APS Distro

Posted on Monday, November 11th, 2013

In acknowledgement of the changing demands of the marketplace, LSC is proud to announce the release of its new intelligent power distribution unit called APS (Advanced Power System).

APS has been designed to remove the problems caused by the large in-rush and earth-leakage currents common with modern switch-mode power supplies found in audio amplifiers, intelligent lights, video-walls and LED fixtures, resulting in unwanted breaker trips.

Equally at home in the lighting, sound and video markets, for portable or permanent installation, APS solves these issues by controlled application of power to its output circuits. To further enhance its usefulness, APS also offers power monitoring of voltage and current and frequency which can be displayed both locally and remotely.

Control is via the detection of any DMX512 signal, manually via the front panel LCD or remotely via RDM or external dry-contact closure.

Add to this, the ability to set voltage limits on each phase to protect equipment and program a staggered startup across multiple units and APS lives up to its objective of being a truly universal power distribution product.

APS is available in 12x10A, 12x13A, 12x16A or 6x20A configurations with a choice of Australian GPO, Socapex, Wieland, Powercon, Shuko or Terminal outputs. Each circuit is protected by an MCB/RCD combination circuit breaker (RCBO), with Neutral disconnect to provide a high level of safety.

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In acknowledgement of the changing demands of the marketplace, LSC is proud to announce the release of its new intelligent power distribution unit called APS (Advanced Power System).
APS has been designed to remove the problems caused by the large in-rush and earth-leakage currents common with modern switch-mode power supplies found in audio amplifiers, intelligent lights, video-walls and LED fixtures, resulting in unwanted breaker trips.
Equally at home in the lighting, sound and video markets, for portable or permanent installation, APS solves these issues by controlled application of power to its output circuits. To further enhance its usefulness, APS also offers power monitoring of voltage and current and frequency which can be displayed both locally and remotely.
Control is via the detection of any DMX512 signal, manually via the front panel LCD or remotely via RDM or external dry-contact closure.
Add to this, the ability to set voltage limits on each phase to protect equipment and program a staggered startup across multiple units and APS lives up to its objective of being a truly universal power distribution product.
APS is available in 12x10A, 12x13A, 12x16A or 6x20A configurations with a choice of Australian GPO, Socapex, Wieland, Powercon, Shuko or Terminal outputs. Each circuit is protected by an MCB/RCD combination circuit breaker (RCBO), with Neutral disconnect to provide a high level of safety.