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LynTec Announces XRL Xtend Relay Module for Lighting

LynTec is the manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting systems, incorporating protection, circuit switching, and operational controllers within a common enclosure.

LynTec introduces the Xtend Relay Module for Lighting, offering Truecon connectivity for non-Edison connectors, extending lighting power control across venues with up to 20 amps of power.

The XRL adds Truecon connectivity to the XPC Series, enabling easy and affordable lighting power control across venues. It comes in a 20-amp cube enclosure with two Truecon outputs, and integrates with LynTec’s IP-based GUI for whole-venue control.

LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative electrical power control solutions for professional audio, video, and lighting (AVL) systems, today announced the latest addition to its Xtend Power Control (XPC) Series relay modules, the Xtend Relay Module for Lighting (XRL). Based on the same design as the 20-amp XRM Remote Relay Module, the XRL adds Truecon connectivity to enable the XPC Series to work with non-Edison connectors. It extends lighting power control across a venue easily and affordably, with up to 20 amps of power and DMX in/out.

“When we introduced the XRM modules, we provided a way for lighting and production professionals to provide power control to their lighting setup anywhere in the venue — much more affordably,” said Mark Bishop, president of LynTec. “The XRL is Truecon-ready, further streamlining LED lighting installations.”

LynTec’s stand-alone XRL relay module comes in a 20-amp cube enclosure with two Truecon outputs, each independently controlled by its own electrical relay. The module can be placed anywhere imaginable: on rigging, behind line arrays, or anywhere equipment is located. Each module contains two Truecon connections, a power plug, and an Ethernet port. Each Truecon can be turned off independently. Integration is simple and straightforward, by simply connecting the module to a power source and the network, and then plugging in the equipment that needs power control. Allowing users to set up and customize the protocol for each device, LynTec’s IP-based GUI provides an integrated and affordable approach to whole-venue power control.

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