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The Current Sense Circuit (CSC) protection device

The Current Sense Circuit (CSC) safety system

All Visive external PSU used to power the Hi-Brow™30 and Hi-Lite™30 solutions are supplied with our patented Current Sense Circuit (CSC) protection device. The CSC is primarily a safety feature but can also be used to troubleshoot faults.

Continual testing

The CSC continuously and automatically performs tests on the DC supply of the LED contour tubing installation. If a fault is detected the DC supply is automatically disabled. This automatic detection and power shutdown helps to dramatically reduce the risks associated with using electrical products outdoors. 

The Current Sense Circuit (CSC) safety system

Safety features

The Visive LED border/contour tubing is already a brilliantly safe product for use in public access areas as it is safe to touch with zero risk of shock. The CSC system adds to these existing safety features making both Hi-Brow™30 and Hi-Lite™30 ideal products for use in retail chain stores, hotels, restaurants, cinemas, service stations, supermarkets and casinos.

Troubleshooting

Although the CSC’s primary function is safety, the device does come with a status LED which indicates the cause of the fault. The pulse ratio of the status LED relates to a specific fault issue. This troubleshooting aid means quicker fault diagnostics, considerably less down time and cost savings.

New development

Our highly successful CSC is getting smarter.  We are currently developing a new version, giving you complete control over your sites from anywhere in the world.  If you can connect to the internet, you can connect to your sites. Press the Smart Solution link below for more information.

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