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LynTec extends power

LynTec extends power

LynTec extends power

The Xtend Power Control (XPC) remote relay modules can be placed in the rack, behind line arrays, on rigging or anywhere equipment is located

Extending beyond the traditional reach of the company’s relay panels and motorised circuit breakers, LynTec has unveiled its Xtend Power Control (XPC) remote relay modules and a standalone controller. The relay modules can be placed in the rack, behind line arrays, on rigging or anywhere equipment is located. Each module contains an electrical connection, a power plug and an Ethernet port. Using LynTec's IP-based GUI, users can set up and customise the control and sequencing for each device.

The family includes the XRM 20 Relay Module, a standalone 20-amp cube enclosure with two independent relays to control the two onboard duplex plugs; the XRM 30 Relay Module, a standalone 30-amp cube enclosure with a single relay switch that controls a single 30-amp L5-30 receptacle; the XRS 20 Rack Sequencer, a 1U rack-mounted enclosure powered from a 20-amp circuit to provide control to three duplex receptacles, each of which has its own relay switch for onboard sequencing; and the XRS 80 Rack Sequencer, a hardwired vertical rack-mounted strip that can manage up to four 20-amp circuits that power four corresponding duplexes, each with its own relay switch to provide onboard control.

The XPC standalone controller incorporates LynTec's RPC control solution (previously only available in the company's RPC series motorised circuit breaker panel), RPCM mobile distro, RPCR wall-mounted relay panel or NPAC rack-mounted relay panel. Users can now take advantage of all the features of the RPC controller in a standalone 1U rack-mounted enclosure. The controller can manage lighting and AV systems across multiple control zones and protocols, and offers customisable step rates and delay settings for sequencing, load shedding at the circuit level for emergency off, auto-on for egress lighting and a built-in timer for automated control.



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