Our Surge Protector is now UL Listed!
10/100/1000MBPS NETWORK LIGHTNING/SURGE PROTECTOR
Scott Parsons, the President of Tycon Systems wrote a couple scenarios of how to get electricity when the grid power goes out.
Here's what he wrote:
People would need a system to run a couple LED lights (10W each x 2 = 20W)
a fan (25W)
a small DC refrigerator (60W) or larger AC refrigerator (150W)
and a laptop computer and smartphone (50W)
Total 155W to 245W
Say they have 400Ah of battery.
At 155W load the batteries will last 16hrs (4hrs per 100Ah of battery)
At 245W load the batteries will last 10hrs (2.5hrs per 100Ah of battery)
Our biggest solar system could support the 155W in Puerto Rico. The system has 1000W of solar and 720Ah of battery. RPAL48-180-1000
The maximum this system could support is 180W
To support 245W of load, you would need to add batteries. The 1000W of solar would support it but would need at least 980Ah of battery.
Hope this helps to give some perspective.
I really think the best option for folks is a propane powered generator which could have the capacity to run their whole home. They would need to have enough fuel to supply the power that they would need but propane is safe to store and doesn't get wet like a can of gasoline could. This is just a personal opinion.
When I think of solar and see those with roofs that have been blown off, I think the solar panels would be blown away or damaged. If I was living in an area prone to hurricanes, I would invest in a propane generator and I would build a small block enclosure outside to hold the generator and a couple propane tanks (above expected water levels). I would rewire my house to have a separate circuit that ran only the essential things. I would then install a transfer switch between the generator and those essential circuits. When it was needed I would flip the transfer switch and startup the generator.
My two cents. Hope this helps.
The second week in October is a busy week for Tycon Systems. We are attending not one, but, TWO tradeshows. We will be at WISPAPalooza in Las Vegas and Gitex in Dubai. Come visit us and find out what Tycon® is all about!
3 Port 60W Gigabit PoE Extender. IEEE802.3af/at.
Here are some ways you can use this switch:
The Passive splitter receives DC power on the RJ45 socket, pins 4/5(+) and 7/8(-).
It routes the DC power to the 5.5mm x 2.1mm DC Barrel Connector and the data and power to the RJ45 Connector.
The Y splitter is used for those applications where one device is PoE enabled and another device requires a DC jack input.
In October, we are heading to Las Vegas for WISPApalooza October 9-13, 2017. We will be at booth #646 so make sure you sign up today!
At WISPAPalooza, you'll get a chance to meet with people who know a lot about networking and (obviously) providing wireless internet.
Some of our customers say we are "problem solvers", our products provide power where there may not be any. For example, providing wireless internet in a remote location. Our RemotePro® Solar Systems and UPSPro™ Battery Backup systems, provide you with the necessary power. We also offer a wide range of PoE products; injectors, splitters, extenders, switches, and DCDC converters.
Send us an email, or stop by our booth and ask us questions about our products.
Drop a comment below if you use our products or would like to know more about them!
We hope to see you in October :-)
BreezePro® Now ONLY $499.95
We thank all of our employees, customers, distributors, and resellers for all of your hardwork! Although we will be closed on Monday, September 4, 2017; we are offering $60 off our BreezePro® Wind Turbine now through Monday, September 11, 2017.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
Have a wonderful holiday weekend!
List Price: $559.95
*RemotePro® Solar System not included.
Hello! Happy Tuesday :-)
We often get asked about discounted pricing, or how to qualify for a discount. If this is a question you have; keep reading!
We manufacture our own products, and typically like to sell them in large volumes. "Onesie, twosies" aren't our "thing". If you would like to purchase our products at a discount please check out our list of Distributors and Resellers and ask them to send you a quote. They will most likely offer you an AWESOME deal.
I hope this helps with any questions you may have.
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Evidence Security LLC has taken our 280W RemotePRO systems and integrated it into Water treatment facility. The solar panel was setup in a very remote corner of a Water Treatment Facility where it was not cost effective to run wire or even pay for an electrician. They are communicating with a Ubiquity Antenna (Nanostation M5) back to central station which is about 2 km away. The two cameras on the same pole are also being powered by the unit and look towards a Turnpike underpass gate. This company was having issues with people entering the plant via this gate and into the facility. Recently there have been locks broken and or left unlocked so they want to make sure this doesn’t happen again.
The solar eclipse yesterday was eye opening! We are so glad we got to see it with clear blue skies :-)