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Dycon Power Solutions set for launch as independent business serving the security and fire sectors

by Brian Sims

Following the recent acquisition of Dycon by CSL DualCom and the subsequent division of Dycon’s existing product lines into two separate businesses – namely secure communications and power supplies – the Board at CSL DualCom has agreed to divest the specialist power supply business.

On that basis, from Wednesday 1 April 2015 a new independent business – to be known as Dycon Power Solutions – will relocate the existing manufacturing, sales and support functions of the current Dycon range of switched-mode power supply solutions for end users to a new facility in South Wales and subsequently develop new advanced technology power products and solutions for the security and fire sectors in addition to other low voltage markets.

Indeed, the company has “exciting development plans” in place for a series of innovative power products to be launched later on this year.

Dycon Power Solutions’ managing director Tony Allen and commercial director Tony Makosinski bring a wealth of security industry knowledge and success to the new company, and harbour an overriding aim of making Dycon Power Solutions “the industry’s foremost and most innovative supplier of advanced power products”.

As of 1 April 2015, contact details for the new business will be as follows:

Dycon Power Solutions Ltd, Unit A, Cwm Cynon Business Park, Mountain Ash, Wales CF45 4ER

*Telephone: 01443 471900
*Internet: www.dyconpower.com
*e-mail (Sales): sales@dyconpower.com
*e-mail (General information): info@dyconpower.com

End users will be interested to learn that Dycon Power Solutions is set to feature its D234X EN54 third party-approved power supply family on Stand F275 at IFSEC International 2015, which runs at London’s Excel from 16-18 June.

As well as the EN54 units, Dycon Power Solutions will also be presenting the full Dycon range of PSUs and advanced Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) products.

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