08.03.2008 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Stantron makes full line of A/V products available online

Stantron now has its full line of audio and video products available in catalog form online. A complete listing and description of the company’s line of equipment racks and power systems can be downloaded from the company’s Web site.

Stantron’s products for the pro A/V market include the new Glide and Turn equipment rack, introduced at this year’s InfoComm, held in Las Vegas in June. The Stantron Glide and Turn rack features all-steel construction and is ideal for professional applications such as corporate boardroom presentations and education, studio applications, and home theater installations. The Glide and Turn rack is designed to fit into a wall as part of the architectural design or inside a closet, although it can be positioned virtually anywhere.

Other A/V equipment from Stantron includes: the Presentation rack; PowerOptions power strips; the PowerMount system for mounting vertical power strips within a rack; vertical and horizontal lacing bars for cable management; LightingOptions; and CoolingOptions. The CoolingOptions range of products enables clients to strategically target equipment with high heat generation and lower AC and electrical bills. The LightingOptions range works well in black or dark colored cabinets to help installers and users see marking on cables and connection points. Lights affix to a magnetic strip, providing a flexible, portable illumination solution for any situation.

For more information, visit www.stantronracks.com.

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