Tag Archives: Surge protection

Furman AV System: Clover Park Technical College

MyTechDecisions  Jonathan Blackwood Clover Park Technical College (CPTC) in Puyallup, Wash., offers over forty courses in aerospace, engineering, science and technology. But despite CPTC’s complex subject matter, the school’s technology has struggled to keep up with modern times, partly because of the pesky power surges that plagued its previous system. CPTC’s Dean for Health, Client, Business […]

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Furman F1500-UPS Keeps the Show Running

Problem: A mid-July electrical storm caused a power surge that took out several equipment racks in O.Co Coliseum’s control room. The newly installed Grass Valley slow-mo video playback system, consisting of a GrassValley® Dyno slow-motion controller and Summit video server, is crucial to the Oakland A’s and Raiders’ in-stadium video operation. They can’t go down […]

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Product Spotlight: Furman Reveals Panamax VT4315-PRO

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Torus Power AVR2 Power Conditioner with Plitron Toroidal Isolation Transformer

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Northmar appointed PNW Representative for Torus Power

We are pleased to announce that Northmar has been appointed the new representative for Torus Power in the Pacific Northwest! Known for its power components that isolate the AV system, Torus Power products are engineered to provide high instantaneous power to the system, filter noise present in the system, protect the connected equipment from electrical fluctuations and […]

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Furman Sound: What is Series Multi-Stage Protection [SMP]?

Audio/video professionals can never accept down time, corrupted data, or unreliability. It is for this reason that a robust, professional level transient voltage surge suppression system, such as SMP, is the best choice for critical applications. With SMP, there is virtually no downtime. In fact, the circuit is tested to handle multiple 6000 volt or […]

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Furman’s PL-PRO DMC Power Conditioner Protects and Optimizes Performance of Sound Reinforcement System in Indiana Convention Center

PETALUMA, Calif.— It’s hard for a facility to compete with major destinations for conventions and exhibitions if its sound system earns a reputation for poor and unreliable performance. At the Indiana Convention Center, such a detail could put a serious damper on a $275 million expansion project designed to increase convention business. That’s why the […]

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