Teer Engineering Trusts Tripp Lite to Protect High-tech AV System at Cranes Roost Park
Apr 12, 2007 12:00 AM
Tripp Lite, manufacturer of power protection equipment, is proud to announce that the recently installed AV system of Cranes Roost Park located in Altamonte, Fla., includes Tripp Lite AV power protection. Teer Engineering, the Orlando-based firm that installed the system, selected Tripp Lite's HTR15-2U Pure Sine Wave AV UPS system to provide essential power protection and backup.
Cranes Roost Park is a rejuvenated multi-use, high-tech greenspace that includes a 900-seat amphitheater and a 100'x60' floating stage on a 37-acre lake. The system installed by Teer Engineering employs BSS Audio Soundweb London, Crown CTS Series amplifiers, and JBL Professional Control series loudspeakers. In all, the system deploys 190 loudspeakers in 30 music zones throughout the park.
Given the ever-present potential for weather-related power problems in Florida, including catastrophic lightning strikes, it was essential to integrate power protection into the Cranes Roost Park system. "The scope and sophistication of this installation demanded reliable, state-of-the-art power protection, as well as the ability for remote diagnostics and the monitoring of humidity and temperature within the system enclosures," says Teer Engineering President John Teer. "We found that Tripp Lite's 1500VA Pure Sine Wave UPS with an internal SNMP/web card and an environmental sensor module represented the best overall power protection solution for the Cranes Roost Park system."
Optimized for AV power protection, Tripp Lite's 1500VA HTR15-2U features true on-line operation with pure sine wave output and zero transfer time to battery-the best protection available for sensitive AV components. The HTR15-2U also features expandable runtime with optional external battery packs.
For more information on the HTR15-2U Pure Sine Wave A/V UPS System and Tripp Lite's full line of professional-grade A/V power protection solutions, go to: www.tripplite.com/products/audiovideo/powerpartners-index.cfm.
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