with incredible product reliability
As manufacturers of specialist power supplies and ancillary equipment for security applications, we have revealed incredible product reliability inherent to our range of popular 24VAC power supply products.
Over the company’s 40 years of designing and building electronic equipment, Dantech has endeavoured to uphold the ethos of ‘Best of British manufacturing and reliability’, supporting installers with reliable, high-quality power supplies and electronic ancillaries.
Highlighted in a recent engineering review, that over many years of production, the rate of failure of our 24VAC power supply products has remained consistently low, having been calculated as just 0.03% across the many thousands of products manufactured.
This astonishing reliability record has enabled Dantech products to deliver an ultra-robust and secure power supply solution, offering long-term cost investment and performance benefits for countless installations across the UK, Europe and Middle-East.
Offering installers and designers a flexible, simple and cost-effective solution, Dantech 24VAC products can be used for high-power consumption applications, such as large PTZ cameras, auxiliary lighting, wash-wipe function and heaters. They are available as indoor metal-cased, outdoor IP66 and rackmount versions, with all connections inside and with all outputs individually fuse protected.
Commenting on the high-reliability findings, Tim Scott, Director at Dantech Electronic Engineering said:
Being specifically designed, manufactured and tested in Great Britain for the security industry, we’re proud that Dantech products can provide customers with such a proven reliable power solution, one that we are confident to deliver to the market, and backed by a 5-year warranty.
Drawing on over 40 years electronics manufacturing experience, Dantech has a reputation for proven product reliability and manufactures an extensive range of power supplies and custom equipment, all designed, manufactured and tested at its UK headquarters.