ETC’s new Network Station Power Supply makes it easy to add the stations and sensors necessary to satisfy design briefs and energy codes for today’s architectural control systems. Part of ETC’s Unison Paradigm lighting control system, the Network Station Power Supply expands the reach of each Paradigm processor by connecting to a Paradigm processor over a network connection. This allows Paradigm systems to take advantage of network infrastructure for long data runs, and then power system inputs like user stations and sensors with shorter two-wire cabling.
This new tool not only allows you to put Paradigm stations anywhere you need them, but it also increases the supported system size. This means Paradigm systems can now support more stations with less processors.
“Systems today demand more stations and sensors than ever. The Network Station Power Supply meets these needs in a compact and economical package,” said Shawn Fernandez, Product Manager for Architecture Controls at ETC. “Plus, its network capabilities mean less processors and less hassle when setting up and refreshing systems.”
The compact, DIN rail-mounted Network Station Power Supply (NSPS) is easy to install wherever you need it. It supports up to 63 devices, giving you the power and connectivity you need for today’s sensor-hungry systems. A compact LCD screen on the unit and tactile button interface make it easy to configure the NSPS and bind replacement stations without needing separate configuration software or to physically be at the Paradigm processor.
The requirements for lighting control systems continue to expand. The Paradigm Network Station Power Supply makes it easier for your Paradigm system to meet those needs.
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