Now shipping and on display at InfoComm 2019, new Texas Tough equipment racks are designed for durability, functionality, aesthetics, and security
Phoenix, AZ – (June 10, 2019) – AtlasIED—a global manufacturer of comprehensive audio solutions for commercial environments—now offers a new line of Texas Tough equipment racks, making it possible to keep mission-critical audiovisual gear safe and secure in nearly any environment.
On display at InfoComm 2019 in AtlasIED’s booth #5653 and Audio Demo Room W224F and as part of the “experience hubs” encouraging attendees to “Come on a journey with AtlasIED,” Texas Tough racks meet the needs of a variety of vertical markets, including hospitality venues, educational and healthcare facilities, retail, and corporate environments. Designed for durability, functionality, and aesthetics, Texas Tough racks lock equipment away for safety yet are easily accessible for equipment maintenance.
Through the DesignLab™ customization process, the innovative Digital Rack Crown can be delivered with the integrator’s name and contact information (or that of the client, tech support, etc.), making it easy for clients to request a service call quickly. The LED edge-lit Plexiglas badge can also be programmed to change color when an equipment fault occurs, thanks to an integrated circuit board and contact closure connected to a remote fault indicator that can also include an audible alarm.
The front and rear rails install to the DIN rails via the patented DINlok™ technology system. The installation is tool-less and positively locks the rail into a specific location within provided 1-inch increments. Racks are available in a variety of stocked sizes and can also be built to custom specification by adding additional parts to the rack, power strips, and more, as well as creating a Bill of Materials (BOM). All of this is configurable via AtlasIED’s Rapid System Configurator. Texas Tough racks can stand alone or lock together in a gangable array for the largest projects.
As an added bonus, AtlasIED Texas Tough racks conform to the “Buy America Act,” which means they will be BAA-listed and are not subject to tariffs.
Come on a Journey with AtlasIED at InfoComm 2019 to Find Solutions for Every Commercial Application
Commercial audio today must be engineered to meet the aesthetic demands of architects and designers, meet standards of operation for safety and sound masking in certain environments, and deliver the audio quality pro AV integrators expect from their installations.
AtlasIED delivers all that and more with a comprehensive lineup that meets or exceeds the needs of the architecture, interior design, and audiovisual integration communities alike without compromising on aesthetics, durability, or ease of use. See the newest solutions from AtlasIED in InfoComm booth #5653 and Audio Demo Room W224F from June 12 – 14, 2019.
A global electronics manufacturer providing comprehensive audio solutions for commercial, corporate, educational, healthcare, retail, transportation, and government environments, AtlasIED brings together the legacy, engineering skills, and legendary service of Atlas Sound and Innovative Electronics Design. Offering industry-leading mass notification, life safety, VoIP, background music, paging, and sound-masking systems, AtlasIED delivers product lines that span wide and deep, with more than 2,000 innovative audio solutions for businesses of every size. Combined, Atlas Sound and IED products have been installed in more than one million businesses over the past 80+ years.
With nine locations and a network of manufacturer representatives and distributors around the world to provide superior support to dealers and customers, AtlasIED’s customer service is an industry benchmark that competitors strive to match. AtlasIED is family-owned, with manufacturing operations in the United States that hold an ISO9001:2008 Quality Standards Certification to ensure consistently high-quality products, service, and support.
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