Key Digital announces partnership with SurgeX
Key Digital, a leader in digital and control systems, has announced the formation of a partnership with SurgeX and their web-enabled power conditioning management system, Access Elite. SurgeX will be joining Key Digital’s Compass Control Pro Partner Alliance programme and its impressive and ever-growing list of integrated products streamlined within the software.
An award-winning developer and manufacturer of cutting-edge digital video processing and video signal distribution solutions, Key Digital also designed and built Compass Control Pro, the very first fully integrated control system that can be used on iOS and Android. Compass Control Pro offers modular programming or custom design with a blank slate limited only by the imagination of the user.
On the other hand, Compass Control Pro Partner Alliances offer pre-configured control drives, modules, and GUI templates integrate instantly and seamlessly to save on time used for programming.
The innovative Axess Elite management system gathers data on temperature, voltage measurement, and current draw measurements, monitoring and managing a system’s energy and power usage, reporting back to operators with a user-friendly energy and power usage display. Additionally, the Axess Elite also features a SurgeX patented Advanced Series Mode surge elimination technology, which completely removes energy without any negative side effects.
“The Compass Control system is one of the most powerful and complete control solutions available for use with Apple iOS devices, and we’re proud to earn certification for SurgeX Axess products. Key Digital is creating tremendous opportunities for installers and end users to reap the benefits of smart energy management,” Rick Komendera, vice president, Global Accounts, said. “Our Axess products work especially well with automation systems because they offer remote monitoring and management functionality, more efficient operating conditions and real-time alerts, all while protecting Compass Control hardware from surges and other harmful power anomalies.”