Monday, June 18, 2018

Monday, June 18, 2018

Transportation Communications Newsletter

Monday, June 18, 2018 - Cranford, New Jersey

Exceed NEMA TS-2 Standards with Reno A&E’s TS-2 Cabinet Power Supplies

Traffic engineers and technicians deserve a cabinet power supply that keeps up with the growth and complexities of today’s intersections. Reno A&E’s high efficiency, compact TS-2 cabinet power supplies are designed to meet or exceed NEMA’s 2003 standards. Designed and extensively tested to provide high quality, low noise outputs at more than double the standard requirements, the CPS-TS2 LED and CPS-TS2-LCD require no set up or configuration and use less cabinet shelf space than other power supply devices. For more information on Reno A&E’s cabinet power supply solutions, contact Reno A&E Sales Manager Carl Zabel at


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