Among the highlights of the Argosy stand is the EMU line-up of mains distribution units made by IPE. They are available in a single configuration, which will auto configure as either a master or a slave, in standard Intelligent mode or the Automatic Change Over (ACO) model.
All of the AMU-3 and AMU-3-ACO units come with an embedded web server that enables continuous remote control and monitoring. They can be daisy-chained to other EMU3 units to provide up to 48 outputs via a single IP connection.
The EMU-3-ACO Mark II unit’s embedded intelligence allows a scalable power management solution with a low source outlay. What’s said to be an intuitive web interface provides rapid access to control and configuration facilities. The health status of racks and every connected output can be monitored, and e-mail alerting helps to deliver extensive reporting back to system admins and engineering teams.
Argosy is also showing a range of Belden structured cabling technology, including CAT5e and CAT6 cabling in LSOH and PVC options. The robust cables allow for critical and non-critical equipment to be connected to any facility’s network and carry high bandwidth signals, such as HD video streaming. The Barnfind BarnMini range of plug and play fibre converters is also on show.
Argosy was recently the subject of a management buyout and the company has subsequently broadened its remit to include the pro audio recording and commercial pro AV markets.