Wednesday 14 January 2015

New design dispels worries about winter power cuts…

PowerManager® - dedicated back-up
power unit for electrically operated shutters
A dedicated back-up power unit (PowerManager®) designed to safeguard against the possible power cuts this winter has been developed by Control Station Ltd for security shutters.

Warnings have been rippling through national press about winter power cuts and government research has identified the crucial power loss could be between 4.30 and 7pm in the evening.

This is the vital time when many businesses are closing for the day.

“Security shutters should be just that – secure,” says Gary Ryecroft MD of Control Station.

“But with the real possibility of power cuts at vital times in the day, companies with electrically operated shutters need to have an alternative operating option; other than the hand winding mechanism.” 

ProMate® - plug and play solution for connecting
a single-phase mains supply to tubular motors
Control Station Ltd has launched Power Manager® knowing that the lack of investment in the power grid will eventually cause problems in the shutter market. Like the ProMate®, (pictured right) the PowerManager® is easy to install by fitters who are not qualified electricians and will give piece of mind to companies.

For all enquiries please contact:
SWS UK on 01524 772400 or 
GfA ELEKTROMATEN UK Ltd on 01926 452452 or


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