July 17, 2009 by EH Staff
CHATSWORTH, CA – When powering several units in a rack, tangled cords and power surges can become a problem. Connectivity solutions provider Gefen offers an easy way to eliminate messy power cords behind the audio/video rack.
The Power Rack 54 and 58 both come in a rack mountable enclosure equipped with four or eight 5-volt power supplies. Each product uses one 24-volt power supply to streamline cords and centralize power distribution.
“The Power Rack 54 and 58 are designed to complement Gefen’s high definition video extension solutions over CAT-5 and CAT-6 cables,” said Hagai Gefen, president and CEO, Gefen Inc. “Both alleviate cable congestion in the rack area.”
Both Power Racks offer a grounding wire to provide maximum safety. Through step-down power, both Gefen Power Racks prevent signal degradation, particularly when powering VGA, component and audio devices. Over-current ability protects against power surges, while the metal enclosure offers electromagnetic shielding.
Gefen supplies a selection of audio/video switchers, splitters, extenders, scalers, converters, KVM solutions and home theater accessories that support digital signage, education, government, residential, retail, industrial and commercial applications. Gefen’s hardware enables audio/video and computer systems to be integrated, extended, distributed and optimized to maximize performance. Gefen’s foray into wireless high definition video extension, integration of alternative content for digital cinemas, and high-end audio processing adds to its reputation as an innovative resource for installers and system integrators. In 2008, Gefen launched GefenTV, which delivers professional quality home theater accessories streamlined for plug and play operation. Gefen solutions are available around the world through a respected network of international distributors and resellers, offering local support. Technical representatives and engineers are available for consultation in Gefen’s Los Angeles area headquarters.
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