LynTec Introduces LCP Lighting Control Panel Series

The LCP Lighting Control Panel Series is for lighting and video wall installations.

The product is built on the same Square D G3 Powerlink controllable circuit breaker platform as the company’s patented RPC Power Control Series.

“The RPC was built to intelligently support the power demands of audio and video, and as we added support for DMX and sACN, the family became the go-to power control solution for integrated AVL installations,” said Mark Bishop, president, LynTec. “In fact, they’re so trustworthy and easy to install that lighting designers and installers have grown to rely on them even when audio protection isn’t needed. With the LCP, they now have all the quality and reliability of the G3 Powerlink platform but in a cost-effective panel purpose-built for lighting and video wall projects.”

LynTec’s LCP Series adds several key innovations to the company’s panel options. The controller electronics have been removed from the panel and mounted in a standalone, 12x12 enclosure. This increases installation flexibility and reduces wall space requirements. Second, the power supply has been moved into the primary panel enclosure, thereby eliminating the need for sidecars. As a result, the maximum width of a standard NEMA 1 enclosure is 20 inches.

In addition, LynTec will launch a new Narrow Profile panelboard that can hold up to 42 controllable circuit breakers and is only 9 inches wide, supporting the company’s mission to create space-saving power control solutions.

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