CEDIA Booth #1305
Compact Toroidal Isolation Transformers Feature Automatic Voltage Regulation at New Lower Price
Toronto, ON, Canada & Dallas, TX—Sept. 12, 2016 – Torus Power, maker of uncompromising, clean, isolation transformer-based power components announced today that it will showcase the new and more affordable TOT AVR Series of toroidal isolation power transformers during CEDIA 2016 in booth #1305.
Voltage sags, power line surges, and brownouts can stress and shorten equipment life. Torus Power TOT AVR isolation transformers address this with Automatic Voltage Regulation technology that provides stable voltage to keep equipment running in the optimal range of 115VAC to 125VAC (North America), and +/- 10V on international voltages. To accomplish this, the TOT AVR continuously monitors incoming voltage to detect high- and low-voltage conditions, and then seamlessly and instantaneously triggers compensating circuitry to ensure the voltage powering equipment is always operating at optimal levels. CEDIA attendees and others interested in learning more about protecting delicate audio visual equipment from variable power line conditions can read more in the new Torus Power white paper, The Fundamentals of Automatic Voltage Regulation here: http://www.toruspower.com/plain-white-papers/the-fundamentals-of-automatic-voltage-regulation/.
“With the new lower price point, we’ve made our isolation transformers with automatic voltage regulation an affordable solution for anyone looking to improve the overall performance of their AV system,” says Kevin Main, President and COO of Torus Power. “As the newest addition to our line, the TOT AVR has been received favorably by our dealers since its launch, filling a market niche to power and protect AV systems in smaller home theaters and two-channel listening rooms.”
Though it comes in a compact chassis, TOT AVR boasts robust features. Like other Torus Power isolation transformers, it uses Plitron’s NBT noise-filtering technology to restore incoming power to its clean original state, delivering an unfettered supply of high-quality sound and video regardless of power line conditions. The TOT AVR series also provides low source impedance to connected components and devices enabling high instantaneous current delivery that ensures dynamic components aren’t starved for power. Audio comes alive with a lower noise floor, better dynamics, imaging and bass. Video is notably crisper with brighter colors and darker blacks. For those looking for Torus Power’s unmatched toroidal isolation technology in a smaller package, the TOT AVR delivers the ultimate in performance, reliability, and value.
Visit booth #1305 to learn more about TOT AVR and to experience the Torus Power difference.
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About Torus Power
Toroidal isolation power transformers by Torus Power are the world’s finest clean power source for audio, video, and control systems. Dramatically increasing performance levels of connected AV components from video displays to amplifiers and powered speakers, Torus Power products utilize Plitron Manufacturing’s patented NBT technologies and medical-grade toroidal isolation transformers to eliminate virtually all power-line noise artifacts and protect equipment from potentially damaging AC power line events, while increasing system reliability and extending product life. Torus Power products deliver higher levels of instantaneous current which ensures that dynamic components and high performance systems are never compromised, nor starved for power.
Built to rigorous specifications 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 AV amplifiers as well as in industrial, medical, broadcast, telecommunications, IT, power conditioning, and energy management applications. For additional information visit www.toruspower.com and follow Torus Power on Twitter and Facebook.
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