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It is in the customer’s best interest to protect their investment in electronic and electrical equipment by understanding equipment reliability and surge protection. This topic is avoided because fully understanding the technologies available and explaining the solutions they provide on a systems level have been difficult until now. TPD provides you with surge protection products for all your data, audio, video, phone, electrical and grounding needs. TPD also offers design diagrams for easy explanation of how to protect everything. Transient Protection Design is what end users need to reduce their exposure to electronic damage and lock- ups due to transient surges.

Transient Protection Design Surge Suppression Protects:

  • Home Automation
  • Interior/Exterior Lighting Systems
  • Electronics
  • Appliances
  • HVAC & Thermostats
  • Phone Systems
  • Gates & Driveway Probes
  • Cable & Satellite Lines
  • Security Systems
  • Outdoor Speakers
  • Internet/Communication Lines
  • Distributed AV
  • Pumps & Fountains
  • Irrigation Systems

 

Improve the power quality at the breaker panel for your sophisticated electronic loads. Rebooting, reprogramming and replacing processors, circuit boards and components can be a never-ending battle. Problems in the system are as simple as occasional glitches locking up or turning on and off equipment without user input to widespread damage during a severe lightning storm. Microprocessors read information through current pulses as binary code (0s and 1s). As different pieces of equipment, appliances and components turn on and off, voltage and current pulses, known as transients, are generated. These pulses of energy can negatively affect every piece of equipment in the system. The problems will vary depending upon the size and frequency of these pulses . As microprocessors try to function, these transient pulses of energy will cause lock-ups where data can become lost or corrupted. Larger pulses will cause catastrophic failure while smaller pulses degrade the life and reliability of these systems and controls.

 

 

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Health Care

Medical equipment is impacted by literally millions of transients during its operating life causing damage, degradation, and excessive maintenance costs. Not only are there higher than necessary medical equipment maintenance expenses, but this can directly effect the quality of patient care. Transient Protection Design offers power and data surge protection products to protect and maintain peak performance of all equipment in these facilities including imaging & monitoring equipment, lighting systems, elevators & their controls, air handlers, phone systems, security systems, and computers. TPD will also protect the heating and air conditioning systems.

Transient Protection Design Surge Suppression Protects:

  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Security Systems
  • Patient Scanning Equipment
  • Elevators
  • HVAC
  • Building Automation Systems
  • Operating Rooms
  • X-Ray & Ultrasound Equipment
  • Lab Equipment
  • Back-up Generators & ATS
  • Lighting & Phone Systems
  • Biomed Equipment
  • Nurse Call Stations
 

Improve the power quality at the breaker panel for your sophisticated electronic loads. Rebooting, reprogramming and replacing processors, circuit boards and components can be a never-ending battle. Problems in the system are as simple as occasional glitches locking up or turning on and off equipment without user input to widespread damage during a severe lightning storm. Microprocessors read information through current pulses as binary code (0s and 1s). As different pieces of equipment, appliances and components turn on and off, voltage and current pulses, known as transients, are generated. These pulses of energy can negatively affect every piece of equipment in the system. The problems will vary depending upon the size and frequency of these pulses . As microprocessors try to function, these transient pulses of energy will cause lock-ups where data can become lost or corrupted. Larger pulses will cause catastrophic failure while smaller pulses degrade the life and reliability of these systems and controls.

PDF - HealthCare Market Information Sheet

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Education

We have invested huge funds to create high quality and high tech education facilities. But, schools are under constant attack from transient surges bombarding the electrical system. Over 80% of electrical surge problems are due to transients occurring inside of the facility from daily operations, such as turning on and off facility equipment, all causing costly downtime, failure, and glitches. Transient Protection Design offers power and data surge protection products to protect and maintain peak performance of all facility electronics including lighting systems, elevators & their controls, phone systems, projection systems, copiers, computers, and HVAC components.

Transient Protection Design Surge Suppression Protects:

  • Security Systems
  • HVAC
  • Computer & Services
  • Kitchen Equipment
  • Phone Systems
  • Satellite & TV Coax
  • Data Lines
  • Projectors
  • Lighting Systems
  • Building Automation Systems

Improve the power quality at the breaker panel for your sophisticated electronic loads. Rebooting, reprogramming and replacing processors, circuit boards and components can be a never-ending battle. Problems in the system are as simple as occasional glitches locking up or turning on and off equipment without user input to widespread damage during a severe lightning storm. Microprocessors read information through current pulses as binary code (0s and 1s). As different pieces of equipment, appliances and components turn on and off, voltage and current pulses, known as transients, are generated. These pulses of energy can negatively affect every piece of equipment in the system. The problems will vary depending upon the size and frequency of these pulses . As microprocessors try to function, these transient pulses of energy will cause lock-ups where data can become lost or corrupted. Larger pulses will cause catastrophic failure while smaller pulses degrade the life and reliability of these systems and controls.

PDF - Education Market Information Sheet

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Worship

Houses of worship spend millions of dollars each year due to lightning and surge damage to their electronic systems. Downtime, failure, and glitches in any of these electronic systems can cause financial loss for the organization. Transient Protection Design offers power and data surge protection products to protect and maintain peak performance of all church electronics including church lighting systems, organs, mixing consoles, amplifiers, video projectors, elevators, phone systems, security systems, kitchen appliances, and computers. TPD will also protect the heating and air conditioning systems.

Transient Protection Design Surge Suppression Protects:

  • Sound System
  • Organs
  • Projectors
  • Lighting Systems
  • Stage Lighting
  • Heating/Cooling

Improve the power quality at the breaker panel for your sophisticated electronic loads. Rebooting, reprogramming and replacing processors, circuit boards and components can be a never-ending battle. Problems in the system are as simple as occasional glitches locking up or turning on and off equipment without user input to widespread damage during a severe lightning storm. Microprocessors read information through current pulses as binary code (0s and 1s). As different pieces of equipment, appliances and components turn on and off, voltage and current pulses, known as transients, are generated. These pulses of energy can negatively affect every piece of equipment in the system. The problems will vary depending upon the size and frequency of these pulses . As microprocessors try to function, these transient pulses of energy will cause lock-ups where data can become lost or corrupted. Larger pulses will cause catastrophic failure while smaller pulses degrade the life and reliability of these systems and controls.

PDF - Worship Market Information Sheet

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Digital Signage

Whether it is a few lights out, erratic operation, glitches, discoloration, or not operating at all, digital signs are prone to surge damage. Due to their height, size and location, maintenance on digital signage can be particularly costly and often needs special equipment such as a bucket truck or high lift. Transient Protection Design offers power and data surge protection products to protect and maintain peak performance of all digital signage equipment including their LED’s, drivers, bulbs and ballasts.

Transient Protection Design Surge Suppression Protects:

  • Billboards
  • Neons
  • Lighted Signs
  • Televisions
  • DOT
  • Scoreboards
  • Advertising
  • Traffic Signs

Improve the power quality at the breaker panel for your sophisticated electronic loads. Rebooting, reprogramming and replacing processors, circuit boards and components can be a never-ending battle. Problems in the system are as simple as occasional glitches locking up or turning on and off equipment without user input to widespread damage during a severe lightning storm. Microprocessors read information through current pulses as binary code (0s and 1s). As different pieces of equipment, appliances and components turn on and off, voltage and current pulses, known as transients, are generated. These pulses of energy can negatively affect every piece of equipment in the system. The problems will vary depending upon the size and frequency of these pulses . As microprocessors try to function, these transient pulses of energy will cause lock-ups where data can become lost or corrupted. Larger pulses will cause catastrophic failure while smaller pulses degrade the life and reliability of these systems and controls.

PDF - Digital Signage Market Information Sheet

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Venues & Hospitality

Guest and attendee satisfaction is of utmost concern to facility owners. If HVAC, lighting, elevator, phone and other systems break down or operate at less than optimal levels, guests complain and leave with less than a ringing endorsement of the facility. Also, breakdowns and lockups in the system cause disruptions of engineering and maintenance personnel, and cost the owners money for repairs. Transient Protection Design can significantly reduce downtime and electrical maintenance costs on a yearly basis. Also, TPD can reduce catastrophic losses to electrical and electronic equipment caused by lightning and other natural and man-made events.

Transient Protection Design Surge Suppression Protects:

  • Stadium Lighting
  • Televisions
  • Chillers
  • Office Equipment
  • Press Box
  • Lighting Controls
  • Phone/Reservation Systems
  • Parking Lot Lights
  • Elevators
  • Transfer Stations
  • HVAC Systems
 

Improve the power quality at the breaker panel for your sophisticated electronic loads. Rebooting, reprogramming and replacing processors, circuit boards and components can be a never-ending battle. Problems in the system are as simple as occasional glitches locking up or turning on and off equipment without user input to widespread damage during a severe lightning storm. Microprocessors read information through current pulses as binary code (0s and 1s). As different pieces of equipment, appliances and components turn on and off, voltage and current pulses, known as transients, are generated. These pulses of energy can negatively affect every piece of equipment in the system. The problems will vary depending upon the size and frequency of these pulses . As microprocessors try to function, these transient pulses of energy will cause lock-ups where data can become lost or corrupted. Larger pulses will cause catastrophic failure while smaller pulses degrade the life and reliability of these systems and controls.

PDF - Venues & Hospitality Market Information Sheet