Protecting Your Security System – Power is critical to security.
A properly implemented power protection system eliminates the possibility of security system outage or damage due to power problems. Minuteman’s product line has become a favorite of both users and installers thanks to an unbeatable combination of tailored solutions, helpful features, and incredible value.
See for yourself why Minuteman is the Leader in Security Power Protection on our Security Page.
In February, we began a series of blog posts that explores distributed antenna systems (DAS) in-depth, relating how Minuteman plays a role in the growing marketplace. In our first post, Samantha discussed the basics of DAS, explaining it as a network of antennas strategically placed and connected to a common source that allows for better wireless service across geographical areas and larger buildings, such as stadiums, hospitals, and campuses. So how did DAS emerge in the Telecom industry? Today we are going to dive into the origin of DAS and how it has grown into an increasingly common way to deal with isolated spots of poor coverage. Continue reading →
Minuteman’s Cost-Effective Surge Protector with Six 180-degree rotating outlets.
With its feature-rich design, the Minuteman MMS780R Surge Protector offers complete protection for smaller applications across all markets, including printers, PCs, laptops, TVs, DVRs and any other valuable electronic device.
If you need a cost-effective surge solution with advanced features and reliable protection, order Minuteman’s MMS780R Surge Protector today.Continue reading →
Explore The Critical Role of Security System Battery Backup and Surge Protection
Most business owners and administrators would agree that a functional security system is at the top of the priority list for their organization. It’s surprising, then, that a vast number of these systems in the field have no backup power protection in place, and risk failure when power problems occur.
What are the considerations when backing up a security system? How much backup runtime should a DVR or Fire Alarm system have? How can you be sure you are prepared? Fortunately, we have answered all those questions and more in the Security & Power White Paper.
Offsite data & colocation are all the rage, but will you still need local battery backup?
Moving telephone systems, servers, and data storage offsite has become a top priority for businesses of all sizes, usually with a hefty list of requirements to ensure reliability.
The feeling is often out of sight, out of mind once these services have been activated, but the reality is that they are only as reliable as your own infrastructure. How can you ensure a steady link to your cloud? It starts with reliable power.