SurgeX Axess by SurgeX IP addressable surge elimination & power conditioning system
Beyond its ability to provide remote power management, SurgeX says that its new step-up Axess Elite technology support device energy management with two-way communication capabilities to collect temperature, voltage measurements and current draw figures to deliver energy usage reports.
Since its reentry into the residential custom electronics market, the N.C.-based manufacturer SurgeX has leveraged the technologies it has developed for the commercial electronics market to provide residential electronics professionals with a choice of products that combine proven technologies and reliability.
Recent product developments from the company however specifically target the residential electronics market, and arguably its latest residential technology may be its best homeowner friendly innovation. Surgex’s newly announced Axess by SurgeX provides installers with a residential solution that enables electronics professionals to monitor and control their clients’ power conditioning/surge elimination systems remotely through IP technologies. SurgeX says the technology allows installers to create customized power sequences for entire networks with email notifications that communicate information that’s based specifically on criteria the installer creates.
In addition, the company’s step-up Axess Elite solution adds device energy management through two-way communication technologies that collect information such as voltage measurements, temperatures and current draw. The Elite system will then generate reports that detail energy consumption of the client’s home.
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