Altronix expands its Trove Series

New solutions and integrations make life easier for dealers
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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

BROOKLYN, N.Y.—Altronix, a provider of power and data transmission products based here, has expanded on its Trove Series to increase capabilities, adding more options and RMR opportunities for dealers.

“Altronix’s Trove offering makes life easier for dealers and users in a number of ways,” Ronnie Pennington, national sales engineer, Altronix Corporation, told Security Systems News. “The ability to house the power supplies and sub-assemblies along with leading manufacturer’s access control panels makes the system easily serviceable, simplifies board layout and wire management, and saves on wall space that has come to be a premium these days.” 

In addition to the Trove1 and Trove2 Series, Altronix introduced Trove3 for the largest access control deployments. The Altronix Trove series now supports more than 40 brands, including: AMAG, Bosch, CDVI, DMP, Genetec, HID, Honeywell, Kantech, Keyscan, Lenel, Mercury, Paxton, ProdataKey (PDK), Sielox, Software House and ZKTeco USA with more to come.

“We are pleased to collaborate with the industry’s leading access manufacturers, increasing ROI and providing value-added features for our mutual customers,” Alan Forman, president, Altronix Corporation, said in a prepared statement.

In addition to providing extreme flexibility and scalability when designing and deploying access systems, removable backplanes designed for specific access control brands allow installers to easily configure and test system configurations prior to on-site installation, reducing time and labor.

Pennington pointed out that one of the key differentiators for Altronix is its commitment to customers.

“For over 34 years we at Altronix have taken pride in customer service and listening to the dealers’, consultants’ and end users’ requests,” Pennington said. “It’s the reason why we offer so many solutions today, and the Trove series approach isn’t any different. Top requests have been enclosure depth for batteries, ample room for wire management, sufficient knockouts, on/off switches for the power supplies and most of all factory assembled kits with pre-mounted power supplies and sub-assemblies.” 

Today’s Trove enclosures include a cam lock, tamper switch, mounting hardware, and provide ample room to accommodate back-up batteries. Altronix also offers a free Trove System Design Tool on its website to further simplify the product selection and design process. 

In addition, Altronix features LINQ Technology in many of its new products. “This allows users to remotely monitor, control and report power/diagnostics, streamlining service and maintenance operations by leveraging the network, enabling integrators to create RMR,” said Pennington. “Altronix continues to grow from a traditional power supply company to an innovative solutions provider that merges infrastructure with emerging technology.”

Altronix is an ISO 9001 registered firm, and all of its products are manufactured in the U.S.