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Smart Power Systems to Exhibit at NACStech

SmartPower Systems

May 2012 - Smart Power Systems will jump on the road at the end of May and head to Nashville, Tennessee for the NACStech show. From May 21st - 23rd, Smart Power will be exhibiting from booth #607 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. NACStech is the only event where top retailer and supplier IT leaders gather to exchange ideas to improve convenience retailing with technology. The event is comprised of thought-provoking workshops and exciting general sessions covering new and future technology.

While at the event, Smart Power Systems will showcase three of their products designed to provide power protection to technology equipment in the convenience store environment including the Smart Cord, SmartNet II, POS Guardian and Venus UPS. The Smart Cord is an electronic power conditioner equipped with "smart ground" technology which eliminates ground loop current in networked systems. The POS Guardian and Venus UPS both protect point of sale systems. The SmartNet II provides protection for data line and signal for phones, networks, TVs and security systems.

Not only will Smart Power exhibit a few of their products, they will also feature demonstrations including one of GFCI compatibility as well as Reverse Polarity. Attendees of NACStech will also have the opportunity to enter a giveaway to win a Venus UPS or Smart Cord.

NACStech is expecting 1,100 top industry leaders to attend and more than 100 companies will be featured on the expo floor.

About SmartPower Systems

Since 1984, Smart Power Systems has manufactured and developed power quality solutions including uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), computer grade filters, line conditioners, and automatic voltage regulators for the point of sale (pos), copier, IT/networking, telecommunications, security, and office automation markets. Smart Power Systems was founded by President and CEO Bahram Mechanic, who developed Smart Power Systems' patented TBF (Transformer-Based Filter) technology, as well as dozens of improvements to the field of power protection and conditioning.