What is Fault Managed Power?

Fault Managed Power (FMP) is a means of energizing remote equipment, from a centralized location, over structured copper cable.
FMP systems offer the convenience and safety of low-voltage, like Power over Ethernet (PoE), with the power and distance capabilities of AC.

How Does it Work?

The technology leverages packet energy transfer to deliver significant power over significant distances using safe class 2 wiring methodologies. The technology splits energy into packets and transfers hundreds of packets each second from a Transmitter unit to a Receiver unit. Safety is continuously monitored after every packet & if there is a fault such as improper wiring, a short circuit, or a person is touching the transmission lines, the transmitter recognizes the condition in milliseconds and halts the transmission of packets. The result is safe electrical transmission at high power levels and an inherent ability to digitally control a host of modern electronic devices connected to the distribution system.

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