Tripp Lite at CEDIA Expo 2009 - Booth 827

Tripp Lite to showcase new power centers and offer class at CEDIA Expo 2009.

See Tripp Lite's Latest A/V Power Solutions at CEDIA Expo 2009 - -Booth #827

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Tripp Lite to Showcase New A/V -Optimized Power Conditioning Centers at CEDIA Expo 2009

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Chicago, IL (September, 2009) - -During CEDIA Expo 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia, Tripp Lite will be showcasing its two latest power solutions for professional audio/video installations: the AV3500PC and AV2FP Power Conditioning Centers. Incorporating Tripp Lite's proven Isobar® surge suppression technology, these new products provide professional installers/integrators with valuable attachment opportunities for every installation. The new Power Conditioning Centers will be on display at Tripp Lite's Booth #827.

In addition to the Power Conditioning Centers, Tripp Lite will feature several of their top -selling A/V products, including:

- - The AV Power Play Bundle: the best power conditioning/power management system available

- - IP -addressable Power Distribution Units: PDUMH15ATNET, PDUMV15NET and PDUMV20NET, complete with demonstrations

- - UPS systems with drivers written for Crestron and AMX

During the show, Tripp Lite will also be offering a class on "A/V Power Solutions with IP Control." This class is scheduled for Friday, September 11th, in Room A406 of the Georgia World Congress Center. Course attendees will earn 0.375 CEU credits.

"Tripp Lite is excited to make such a multi -faceted contribution to CEDIA Expo 2009," said Tripp Lite Executive Vice President Jim Folk. "By providing advanced new products and a continuing education opportunity, we offer A/V professionals multiple ways to bolster end -user satisfaction and expand their margins."

For more information on Tripp Lite's Professional Audio/Video product line, go to:

Media Contact
Gloria Wong
Media/Public Relations Manager
773.869.1229 / fax 773.869.1935

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:


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