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Control the Power In Your Home

By Mendelson Tiu | Monday | 22/03/2010

PS Audio and its exclusive distributor in Australia, QualiFi, are set to roll out its range of PowerPlay products in Australia. This range of power conditioners will allow installers to support their customer from anywhere in the world via the Internet.

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According to the company, the PowerPlay range is able to solve system/device freezing issues within seconds, connects to the Internet with zero setup (for the IPC9000), offers instant access to all connected devices with a simple mouse click, clean and safe AC power to all connected devices, and even allows a user to power down an entire rack of equipment when not in use.

Qualifi has announced that the following PowerPlay products will be available in Australia: AV5000: 10-Zone, 10 Power Port AV Power Centre with local IP/RS232 control - $1,499; IPC9000: 10-Zone AV Power Centre with full Web access - $2,499; UPS1500: UPS with 1500va Battery back-up - $1,499

The AV5000 offers: Surge Protection - Power, Coax, Phone, Ethernet; Fully Isolated Power Conditioning; Ability to control 3 or 10 outlets via RS232 or TCP/IP; Matching Intelligent UPS with IR learning; and includes rack mount ears

The IPC9000 offers: Complete Power Control via the Internet; Automatically reboot network devices, router modem etc. if connection is lost; Control via phone line as fail safe backup; Touch sensitive power toggles on/off from front panel, can be disabled (IP9000 only); Live status monitoring as well as 365 day recorded of THD, Volts, Watts & Temp; Text and e-mail notifications of pre determined events, loss of web connection & Power outages; Control 3 or 10 power ports from any web enabled device, iPhone, notebook, etc; Locally controllable via RS232 & TCP/IP from a 3rd party control system; Surge Protection - Power, Coax, Phone, Ethernet; Isolated Power Conditioning; and includes rack mount ears

Finally, the UPS1500 offers: 1500Va; PowerPlay compatibility; Intelligent UPS; Hot swappable batteries; Instant switchover; and reports when batteries need replacement.

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