In order to have the cleanest, best power available to your studio, home theater system, or broadcast facility, you must take an overall view of the power flow and then address each issue in its logical order. Our products correctly address each step of the process with a robust level of performance previously only found in military equipment. Do not confuse these better-than-industrial strength units with any of the cheap, mass produced "power strip" circuitry you may have previously seen.

If you add up the power requirements in a well-equipped home theater installation, you will find that no one else makes a single solution such as this which is capable of powering the entire system from one, clean source. In fact, most so-called "home theater" power conditioners cannot even handle the current requirements of ONE high-end subwoofer, let alone all the other pre and amplification equipment!

Voltage Monitor / Controller Model VC120

VOLTAGE MONITOR / CONTROLLER

The best protection for any electronic equipment after a power disruption is to disconnect from the power grid. The Ground One VC120 is designed with this goal in mind.

In the event of a power disturbance (100V low, 130V high) the voltage monitor sends a signal to the power contactor to disconnect from the grid. This contactor will not reconnect your system back to the grid until you manually reset the unit or, if you chose the reset option, it will reconnect to the grid once the power has stabilized. A Thermostat-Controlled shut down sensor is an option.

BENEFITS
One button on/off for your system
Protects equipment, settings, and calibration
Removes equipment from the grid during a disturbance

Input Voltage: 120 / 240 V
Output Voltage: Split Phase 120 Volts
Maximum Amperage: 120 Amps

Width: 19" (Rack)
Height: 3.5" (2RU)
Depth: 12.5"
Weight: 12 lbs

Rackmount Isolation Transformer

ISOLATION TRANSFORMER

The isolation transformer serves multiple purposes in a power distribution system. First and foremost it allows us to re-bond the neutral and ground on the secondary of the transformer. Typically the difference of potential between neutral and ground are where the majority of ground noise originates in A / V systems.

Secondarily the use of a triple-shielded transformer allows for the common mode rejection of up to 120db of incoming noise being generated by such things as refrigeration motors, air conditioning units and compressors during turn-on. It also allows us to use a secondary grounding system to ensure a less than 5 Ohms path to earth which is mandatory, especially in any large scale installation.

BENEFITS
Necessary for the quietest, noise-free system
Acts as a power reservoir allowing for a more dynamic sound field
Increases equipment reliability
Provides protection and filtering from small transients

Input Voltage: 240 V
Output Voltage: Split Phase 120 Volts
Maximum Amperage: 120 Amps

Width: 19" (Rack)
Height: 7" (4RU)
Depth: 22"
Weight: 80 to 120 lbs

Power Distribution Unit PD620
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POWER DISTRIBUTION UNIT, FRONT VIEW
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POWER DISTRIBUTION UNIT, BACK VIEW

The biggest problem that we see in power distribution in home environments (and in "personal" recording studios) is the length and size of wire used by most electricians. The PD620 was designed to minimize this issue.

It simply requires your electrician to supply a 240 volt feed to your equipment racks and the PD620 takes over from there. With the PD620 in the system, all of the branch circuits hot, neutral, and ground wires all homerun to the same location in the main rack. This will minimize the difference of potential between the neutral and ground conductors thereby eliminating most noise issues.

BENEFITS
Helps to eliminate ground loops, RF noise, and other power anomalies
Shortens lead length in ground and neutral wiring
Reduces space required for proper power distribution

Input Voltage: 120 / 240 V
Output Voltage: Split Phase 120 Volts
Maximum Amperage: 120 Amps

Width: 19" (Rack)
Height: 3.5" (2RU)
Depth: 12.5"
Weight: 12 lbs

Broadband RC Noise Filter

BROADBAND NOISE FILTER, FRONT VIEW
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BROADBAND NOISE FILTER, BACK VIEW

One of the best ways to remove RF noise from line to neutral in your system is a resistor-capacitor filter. We have developed the RF120 as a no-nonsense, brute force RC filter for this reason.

Each output receptacle has its own power filter set. This filter rejects noise from the incoming power and also from noise from components plugged directly into other outlets in the filter. Generally speaking you can realize a 10 db noise floor improvement on your power system.

BENEFITS
Remove noise from line to neutral conductors
Blacker blacks and whiter whites in video image
Better imaging and depth in audio material

Input Voltage: 120 / 240 V
Output Voltage: Split Phase 120 Volts
Maximum Amperage: 120 Amps

Width: 19" (Rack)
Height: 3.5" (2RU)
Depth: 12.5"
Weight: 12 lbs

SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
PICTURES SHOWN ARE ENGINEERING SAMPLES. THE FINAL PRODUCTION UNITS MAY LOOK SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT.
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