Micro Automation Industries is demonstrating its new Powermatic devices.
Micro AutomationIndustries is demonstrating its new Powermatic devices.
The microprocessor-based products offer a new concept for power monitoring, claims development manager Dr Haleem Aman Al-Hijjaj.
"Powermatic not only monitors power but also protects against power disturbances affecting the equipment which is connected to the supply," he says.
The Powermatic solution is based on MainsWare technology that allows the microprocessor to manage several disturbances at the same time.
Al-Hijjaj is eager to use this GITEX Technology Week to showcase the variety of products included in the Powermatic range, with specific emphasis on those targeting the European markets.
"We are especially marketing French and German-type plugs, as well as an extension cord for power protection at home and in the office," reveals Al-Hiijaj.
According to Al-Hijjaj, traditional surge protector devices are no longer sufficient to protect electronic appliances and equipment from power problems.
"Loose connection gaps remain and there is the momentary voltage interruption as well," he explains.
"Any of these disturbances may damage devices.
"Regardless of how stable the power is in your vicinity, it is advisable to acquire power protection devices to safeguard sensitive electronics like laser printer or computer you are using.
"We expect that our products will attract a lot of attention, due to the fact hat Powermatic provides an assured protection for valuable appliances and equipment, from seven types of power disturbances and requires less maintenance."
The firm has enjoyed success at previous GITEX shows and is eager to build on its reputation this year.
Company director Hazim Al-Hajaj will be on hand to meet prospective partners and cement bonds with the company's current customers.
"We are very eager to extend our distribution network throughout Africa, Europe as well as the Middle East.
"Our potential customers include everyone from corporate enterprises through to governmental agencies," says Al-Hajaj.