IPS Taps LynTec to Support the Massive Lighting Install at FirstBank Amphitheater

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LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, is providing simple, web-enabled, on/off power control and monitoring for FirstBank Amphitheater’s concession and perimeter lighting and future broadcast studio. Integrated Production Solutions (IPS) installed LynTec’s patented RPC Breaker Panels, RPCR Relay Panel, and XPC Series XRS 20 Rack Sequencer to ensure the proper power up and shut down of the venue’s incredible lighting system and other audio and video components.

“This isn’t like leaving one light on in your restroom,” said Bryan Levy, project manager for IPS. “With a project this big, it’s 97 lights in the restroom. If you have hundreds of fixtures, do you want to wonder if you’ve got everything off after everyone’s gone home? With LynTec, you can log into the interface from anywhere, click a button to shut everything down, and call it a day.”

LynTec Brings Versatile Power Control to InfoComm 2022

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LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, announced it will showcase its award-winning, field-tested power control product lineup in booth W2939 at InfoComm 2022 in Las Vegas. The company will display its award-winning RPC family of power control solutions, the Lighting Control Panel (LCP) Series, Narrow Profile Panelboards, and the Xtend Power Control (XPC) Series.
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“InfoComm 2022 offers the opportunity to show our industry partners and attendees our unique and versatile AVL power solutions,” said Mark Bishop, president of LynTec. “With our flagship RPC Series, LCP Series, and our other product families, LynTec offers installers incredible flexibility to deploy power control solutions that suit almost any installation imaginable.”

LynTec Returns to the 2022 NAMM Show

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LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, is bringing a versatile and high-performance power control trifecta to booth 17913 at the 2022 NAMM Show, June 3-5 at the Anaheim Convention Center. On display will be the LCP Lighting Control Panel Series designed exclusively for lighting and video wall installations, the patented and robust Remote Control Breaker and Relay Panels, and the XPC Xtend Power Control Series modules for convenient and flexible control anywhere.

“It’s incredibly exciting to return to the NAMM Show and be part of the conversation around the return of live music events,” said Mark Bishop, president of LynTec. “As live shows become more innovative, power control and sequencing have become vital to the health, reliability, and longevity of AVL systems. At NAMM, we’ll be showing how our solutions make it easier for staff to power those systems on, off, and get the protection they need to assure they’re ready to go from show to show.”

LynTec Power Control Takes Center Stage at Anáhuac Mayab University in Mexico

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LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, is growing the number of AVL installations the company supports in Mexico with its premier power control solutions. In the recent update of the Alejandro Gomory Cultural Forum at Anáhuac Mayab University in Mérida, Yucatán, consultant and lighting designer Aleksandar Lalicki selected LynTec’s patented RPC Series to provide easy remote setup, control, and monitoring for the building’s new LED stage lighting, sound system, and video equipment.

“LynTec is built for engineers by engineers,” said Lalicki. “It’s built on Schneider Electronics Square D platform, which is already standardized in Mexico. It ships quickly, is space- and time-saving from an installation standpoint and is simple to use.”

LynTec Extends Native BACnet Protocol Support to LCP Lighting Control Panels and Simplifies Setup

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LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, today announced its new LCP Lighting Control Panel Series and RPC Power Control now feature simplified native support for the Building Automation and Control network (BACnet) communication protocol. Featuring the internationally recognized Square D G3 Powerlink™ controllable circuit breaker platform, LynTec solutions can be integrated more quickly and easily into a building automation system employing this open communication standard, saving extensive time and labor on the installation.

“In 2015 we introduced BACnet interoperability into our popular and award-winning RPC breaker panels. This paved the way for building owners who wanted to use our reliable power control solutions for their lighting systems to incorporate them into their existing building automation systems and reduce operating costs,” said Mark Bishop, president of LynTec. “As we’ve continued to deliver new power control products tailored to the increasing needs of the lighting market, we wanted to make it nearly effortless for commercial architectural lighting designers and integrators to set up our lighting control panels into building automation systems. Now they can fully integrate them in a matter of hours — rather than days — and without hiring third-party specialists.”

LynTec Power Control Anchors the Lighting and Video of Alaska’s News Source

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LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, is delivering proper lighting and video wall power control for Alaska’s News Source broadcast studios. Installed by Alaska Universal Productions (AUP), two LynTec RPCR Automated Relay Panels provide 32 circuits of automated power control, enabling fast and efficient lighting presets to support the broadcaster’s busy network schedule, reducing cable runs and ensuring the lighting and video walls operate as efficiently as possible.

“Broadcasters like Alaska’s New Source are tasked with delivering the news and can’t afford for their systems to go down in the middle of a segment,” said Jonathan Huff, CEO and president of AUP. “I knew I needed a power control product that wouldn’t fail. LynTec is super simple and reliable.”

LynTec Narrow Profile Panelboards Win Big at InfoComm 2021

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LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, today announced that the company’s Narrow Profile Panelboards were named Best of Show at InfoComm 2021 by Sound and Video Contractor Magazine. After being reviewed by the award’s judging panel, on the show floor in Orlando, Florida, the Narrow Profile Panelboards garnered the honor. In addition, the solution recently won a 2021 Commercial Integrator BEST Award in the building enhancements category for power conditioning, surge suppression, and energy solutions.

“We’re delighted to receive this award for one of our most unique solutions,” said Mark Bishop, President of LynTec. “The Narrow Profile Panelboards were developed in direct response to feedback from our InfoComm customers that build their installs with our flagship RPC Series but required more support for lighting control. The flexibility offered by the Narrow Profile enables installers to offer robust power control using a fraction of the space required by a traditional power panel. We’re especially honored that this win came at InfoComm where we could share the product with our customers in person after a long time apart.”

LynTec Power Control Selected by Sapphire Sound to Support State-of-the-Art Audio in Jack Singer Concert Hall

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LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, announced that Sapphire Sound, in collaboration with GerrAudio, deployed LynTec’s AVL power control in the storied Jack Singer Concert Hall in Calgary. Part of Calgary Alberta’s Arts Commons facility, it is one of the most acclaimed venues in North America. It is home to the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, BD&P World Stage, and TD Jazz.

While COVID-19 forced the JSCH to remain closed to the public throughout 2020 and into the 2021 season, the not-for-profit space was able to use the downtime to overhaul its AVL systems. A feature of the overhaul was the installation of a flexible Meyer Sound system that can easily be reconfigured to accommodate multiple audience seating arrangements, depending on the type of show being performed on stage. To achieve this, the team at the Jack Singer brought in local AV integrator Sapphire Sound; GerrAudio Distribution, Meyer Sound’s Canadian distributor; and Meyer Sound to come up with a hybrid system.

LynTec Turns on the Bright Lights for InfoComm 2021

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LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, announced it will showcase its new lighting control product lineup with the LCP Lighting Control Panel Series and Narrow Profile Panelboards in Booth 6049 at InfoComm 2021 in Orlando, Florida. The company will also display its award-winning The RPC family of power control solutions and the Xtend Power Control (XPC) Series.

“We’re very excited to be back in person at InfoComm 2021 to show installers all they can do with our new lighting control solutions,” said Mark Bishop, president of LynTec. “Our LCP Series offers the power control features ideal for lighting and video wall installations. Our Narrow Profile Panelboards are less than half the width of a standard panel, can support either 30 or 42 circuits, and offer incredible flexibility, with the option to be mounted in a structural support column on the rigging of any installation.”

LynTec Wins Two 2021 Commercial Integrator BEST Awards

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LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, is the winner of two 2021 Commercial Integrator BEST Awards. After being reviewed by the award’s judging panel, LynTec’s LCP Lighting Control Panelboard and Narrow Profile Panelboards both earned the publication’s building enhancements award category for power conditioning, surge suppression, and energy solutions.

“We’re committed to empowering our customers with solutions that work for their needs and their facilities to properly and simply power the AVL solutions in their installs,” said Mark Bishop, President of LynTec. “The LCP and the Narrow Profile Panelboards were created based on feedback from our customers who have long built a standard around our robust RPC Series. With the introduction of these products, they have even more flexibility in their designs without losing any of the benefits of our RPC superior power control. We’re incredibly honored by these wins — what a great indicator from the installation industry that we’ve hit the mark.”