Tripp Lite's Power Seminar at CEDIA Expo 2008

Tripp Lite Offers IP Acces & Control/Backup Power Seminar At CEDIA Expo 2008

Tripp Lite Offers IP Access & Control/Backup Power Seminar At CEDIA Expo 2008


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Chicago, IL (August 26, 2008) -Tripp Lite, a world -leading manufacturer of power protection equipment, is offering a seminar on "IP Access & Control and Backup Power for Audio/Video Applications" at CEDIA Expo 2008. The CEDIA -accredited seminar will be conducted on Friday, September 5, at 10 a.m. in the Agate C Room of the Hyatt Regency. Attendees will earn 0.375 Continuing Education Credits toward CEDIA Certified Professional status.

"Power protection, power backup and power management are key to the reliability of today's sophisticated audio/video installations," said Dennis Mariasis, Tripp Lite Audio/Video Business Development/Brand Manager. "Especially important is the need to manage the total power environment of A/V systems. Protecting components from surges and other power problems is still vital, of course, but a complete solution includes much more. Our seminar is designed to provide A/V installation professionals with an overview of today's state -of -the -art power management technologies, and to show how such technologies can benefit both them and their customers."

The seminar will focus on A/V power issues and Tripp Lite solutions including IP Access & Control UPS Systems and Power Distribution Units (PDUs). Subjects to be covered include:
Integrating backup power into Crestron, AMX, Control4, and ReQuest Media Centers
Turning devices on and off remotely, remote system rebooting, remote power diagnostics
Solving typical problems (firewalls, IP addresses, etc.)

"Our integrated, cost -effective A/V power solutions offer a number of advanced features such as email notification, remote access to and control of system components, remote power diagnostics, and the ability to reboot the entire system remotely if necessary," Mariasis explained. "The result: increased customer satisfaction, fewer costly service calls, and a healthier bottom line for the installer. With decades of industry experience, Tripp Lite is well qualified to help A/V professionals manage the crucial power component of their installations. We look forward to sharing our expertise with A/V installation professionals during CEDIA Expo 2008."

About Tripp Lite
Outstanding product reliability and exceptional service have been Tripp Lite trademarks for more than 85 years. Tripp Lite's innovations include the world's first UPS system designed specifically for personal computers, and the world's most trusted premium surge suppressor -the Isobar® -with more than 16 million in use. Tripp Lite maintains the highest level of ready -to -ship inventory in the industry with more than 1,000 different products, including UPS systems, rack systems, PDUs, PowerAlert software for enterprise -level system management and control, surge suppressors, KVM switches, cables and connectivity products, inverters, power strips, notebook accessories and more. Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Tripp Lite maintains a global presence with fully staffed offices worldwide. Additional information, including a list of Tripp Lite's sales offices and authorized reseller partners, can be found by visiting Tripp Lite's website: www.tripplite.com.

Media Information
Gloria Wong - Media / Public Relations Manager
773.869.1229 / fax 773.869.1935
gloria_wong@tripplite.com

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