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Extron Sponsors Trade-In of Unused Power Units

Desktop power supplies with an “Engineering Revision” number E21461 or higher are eligible.
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Extron Electronics is sponsoring a trade-in program enabling Extron’s U.S. customers to return 15 unused 12 volt, 1 amp power supplies for a new PS 124 Multiple Output 12 Volt DC Power Supply.

Under the “PS Series Desktop Power Supply Trade-In Program,” two PS Series desktop power supplies—Part # 28-071-27LF and Part # 28-071-57LF with an “Engineering Revision” number E21461 or higher—are eligible for the trade-in program, the company says. Extron customers will receive a single PS 124 for every 15 eligible power supplies returned.

The PS 124 features eight 12-volt DC outputs, providing a total of 4 amps across all outputs with no per-port current limitations, Extron says. The PS 124 is designed to take the place of several individual Extron PS Series desktop power supplies, freeing up equipment rack space, and it is UL 2043 rated when used with the optional Flexible Conduit Adapter Kit for installation into a ceiling space.

“Because Extron provides 12 volt, 1 amp power supplies with many products, unused power supplies are put aside and could end up in a landfill when power supplies are shared,” says Casey Hall, Extron’s vice president of sales and marketing. “To avoid this unnecessary waste, Extron has created a trade-in program, allowing customers to receive new multi-output power supplies that replace several individual power supplies for use on future projects.”

Customers are responsible for shipping charges to and from Extron, and the power supplies must be unused and in their original packaging with the original power cords.

Those seeking to trade-in unused desktop power supplies can contact Extron representative to begin the process, or visit the company’s website at extron.com/pstradeinpr for more information.

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