Torus Power Displays Isolation Transformer Lines at CEDIA 2016

Torus Power demonstrates its TOT Series, AVR and AVR2 series, Wall Mount, and RM Series of high-end isolation transformers at CEDIA in Dallas.


Torus Power (booth #1305) is showcasing its TOT Series, AVR and AVR2 series, Wall Mount, and RM Series of high-end isolation transformers at CEDIA 2016.

Torus Power’s toroidal isolation transformers are used in high-performance residential, commercial and professional applications to improve the quality and performance of electronic systems installations. 

According to Torus, the benefits of using isolation transformers are both tangible and significant. Components connected to Torus Power isolation transformers are protected from damaging electrical events and are fed a consistent supply of isolated, clean, and robust power.

Completely customizable, Torus Power products are available worldwide, with international models made for use in Continental Europe, UK, Asia, and Australia in addition to the continental United States.

The lineup meets both IEC and Neutrik standards, and shelf, rack and wall mount configurations are available throughout the line. Most models can be custom specified.

Utilizing Plitron’s toroidal isolation transformers to provide high instantaneous power and protect connected equipment from electrical fluctuations and surges, Torus Power’s components are designed for locations such as professional studios, critical listening environments, home theatres, and other high-performance applications.

Many of the company’s power series boast isolation from the main electrical grid, Series Mode surge suppression, and feature enhanced Ethernet (IP) control and monitoring functionality in addition to automatic voltage regulation and remote reboots, automated scheduling options, and individually addressable outlet zones (up to five individual zones in 15 Amp and 20 Amp models, and up to eight individual zones in 60 and 100 Amp models).

Wall-mounted versions allow for greater flexibility in projects with dedicated wiring.

Built under Plitron Manufacturing’s ISO 9001 quality control system in Toronto, Canada, Torus Power’s toroidal transformers—the heart of the Torus Power product line—utilize similar technologies as those found in leading A/V amplifiers as well as in industrial, medical, broadcast, telecommunications, IT, power conditioning, and energy management applications.