LynTec Power Control Takes Center Stage at Anáhuac Mayab University in Mexico

LynTec, a leading manufacturer of innovative power control solutions for professional audio, video and lighting (AVL) systems, is increasing the number of AVL installations the company supports in Mexico with its leading power control solutions. In the recent update to the Alejandro Gomory Cultural Forum at Anáhuac Mayab University in Mérida, Yucatán, consultant and lighting designer Aleksandar Lalicki selected LynTec’s patented RPC Series to provide configuration, control and monitoring to easy distance for the building’s new LED stage lighting, sound system, and video equipment.

“LynTec is built for engineers by engineers,” Lalicki said. “It’s built on the Schneider Electronics Square D platform, which is already standardized in Mexico. It ships quickly, saves space and time from an installation perspective, and is simple to use. “

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Lalicki has helped redesign several local museums and arts venues, including the new Palácio de la Música and the historic Peón Contreras theatre. These buildings shaped Lalicki’s approach to ensuring beautiful AVL designs. While guests will enjoy Lalicki’s work in what they see and hear, it’s what happens behind the scenes that’s equally critical to a design component: reliable and reliable power distribution and control. easy to use. For all-LED stage and theater lighting, as well as audio and video, LynTec RPC remote control circuit breaker panels are Lalicki’s first and only choice.

The Gomory’s stage lighting included 16 Altman Lighting LED PAR fixtures, six Altman Lighting LED ellipsoids, eight Altman Cyclorama RGBA LEDs and a Chauvet Professional Ovation SP-300CW LED chase. The auditorium house lighting includes color changing mood LED fixtures from Axalight. The audio system consists of an Allen & Heath SQ-5 digital mixing console, two Allen & Heath DX164 expanders, a range of Shure microphones, and VUE audiotechnik h-Class subs and loudspeakers. . Video components include an Epson Powerlite Pro laser L1405U large venue projector, Sony Blu-ray player, Draper Paragon E Matte motorized screen and CSW-HDBT300M full-featured mixer and scaler.

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LynTec’s patented RPC Series provided simple, remote on/off control for lighting and video as well as proper audio system sequencing in a single panel – an advanced self-contained and controllable circuit breaker panel. With web-based control and monitoring, it allows users to remotely operate up to 168 motorized breakers from a single controller or establish up to 12 breaker group zones. As a result, AVL systems are properly powered up and down, ensuring the longevity of LED lighting, audio and video components. The built-in browser interface and Android and Apple apps allow users to monitor and control connected AVL systems from any remote location via smartphone, tablet or laptop. Moreover, it can be directly and easily controlled by the QSC Q-SYS platform from a simple pre-programmed plug-in.

Additionally, the RPC provides the ability to use DMX digital multiplexing with BACnet protocol and RDM remote fixture management controls, helping installers be more competitive in terms of price and ease of installation. Another advantage of using LynTec panels is that they meet UL and NOM product safety standards required for all electronic equipment in Mexico. LynTec was able to deliver all the necessary products in less than 10 days, allowing for a quick installation that helped the project meet a tight schedule for its grand reopening.

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“The Gomory represents the power control challenges that many AVL consultants, designers and integrators face when responsible for updating a leading architecture with new AVL systems,” said Mark Bishop, President of LynTec. “Aleks has once again demonstrated how our solutions provide an affordable yet smart solution to these amazing projects. We are incredibly honored to have worked with him to help realize his vision.”