ADI Adding Solar Technology to Power Its Security Solutions
Security and low-voltage product distributor ADI will carry solar power solutions from SunWize Technologies.
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July 26, 2007 by Arlen Schweiger

In another indicator of how enivronmental thinking is influencing the electronics world, security and low-voltage product distributor ADI is adding a green touch to its offerings. The company has announced it will carry solar power solutions from SunWize Technologies, a leading designer and manufacturer of solar energy systems and products, to help its dealers provide energy efficient power solutions for security applications to consumers.

The preassembled integrated systems are weather resistant and easy to install and maintain, especially where wires can’t be trenched. Designed to maximize efficiency, SunWize Power Systems don’t require the expense of installing utility power and will reduce the amount of electricity you need to purchase from local utilities, ADI says.

The SunWize Systems convert light from the sun to electricity through photovoltaic (PV) technology, supplying power where and when it is needed.

“By offering power supply systems that use renewable energy we are giving dealers the opportunity to apply environmentally friendly solutions to traditionally difficult applications,” says Scott Sturges, director of product marketing for intrusion and fire products at ADI.

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Arlen writes about home technology installations and product news and reviews for and Electronic House magazine.

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