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Company’s PWB-FR-450 is Only Fire-Rated Wall Box for Infrastructure industry

Woodland Park, NJ  (December 8, 2017) – FSR, a prominent manufacturer of products for all segments of the ProAV industry, including: education, hospitality, government, corporate and religious markets, is proud to announce that it has received a patent on its PWB-FR-450 Fire-Rated Wall Box, the latest offering in its popular PWB series. The development underscores the Company’s pioneering spirit and leadership role by acknowledging the infrastructure industry’s only fire-rated wall box with a patent.

The large capacity PWB-FR-450 incorporates fire-resistant intumescent material within the door and its mounting frame for up to 60 minutes of protection.  The unique box is completely code-compliant and eliminates the need for constructing double walls. When closed, the PWB-FR-450’s cover is flush to the wall enabling displays to be mounted as close as possible, but also allowing ample room for all other in-wall connections. The cover is ventilated top and bottom to provide convection cooling and there is an exit slot to pass cables from the interior of the box to the display.

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The PWB-FR-450 can accommodate Crestron’s DM-RMC-4K-SCALAR-C receiver/room controller or 3 AC outlets and 4 single gang compartments to meet the needs of nearly any installation.

“FSR is very proud to receive this patent on our PWB-FR-450 Fire-Rated Wall Box,” says Jan Sandri, president of FSR. “Not only is it prestigious to receive a patent, but it tells the industry that we are the first to bring this kind of technology to market. While other wall boxes certainly exist, FSR is the only company to offer a fire-rated wall box that is also designed for applications where the installer needs to mount larger interfaces or equipment behind a display or in any other custom application.

About FSR

FSR, established in 1981, manufactures a wide variety of signal management and infrastructure solutions for the AV/IT, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), corporate, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, including floor, wall, table, and ceiling connectivity boxes and wireways, as well as a full line of interfaces, distribution amplifiers, matrix switchers, seamless scaling switchers and HDBaseT signal delivery solutions. FSR offers live 24/7 technical and sales support throughout the country from expertly trained technicians and sales representatives. The Company is also an HDBaseT Alliance Adopter Member.  For more information: www.fsrinc.com.

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Models Strut the Runway Wearing Jewelry Crafted from FSR Gear

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Woodland Park, NJ (October 25, 2017) –FSR, a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of products for the Pro AV and Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) markets, got crafty for The New England Chapter of the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) and supplied models at its 19th annual unconventional fashion show with neck jewelry made from floor box handles.

Two dozen of the region’s best interior design firms and schools team up with industry manufacturers to battle it out on the runway at the annual event that drew a sold out crowd of over 1,700 people at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on October 12th. Designers from each team create and don fashions crafted exclusively from the tools of their trade and compete for cheers, awards and bragging rights.

At this year’s event, FSR, represented by Lourdes Collins, business development manager, furniture distribution and design channel, and Chaz Porter, director of global sales, partnered with the well-established architect and design firm, Perkins & Will; Herman Miller, the renowned international provider of furnishings and related technologies; and Maharam, a leading provider of textiles to architects and interior designers. The team, whose theme was “The Movement of Dance”, took home awards for “Best Walk” and “Best Hair and Makeup”.

“This amazing event unleashes the creativity that serves as the backbone of the furniture and design industry, and we were honored to support it with our own contributions,” said Porter.  “Now, with Lourdes on our team, we look forward to participating in more events, such as this one, and demonstrate that technology can mix with imagination to result in an unforgettable experience, on the runway, or in the boardroom.”

About FSR

FSR, established in 1981, manufactures a wide variety of signal management and infrastructure solutions for the AV/IT, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), corporate, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, including floor, wall, table, and ceiling connectivity boxes and wireways, as well as a full line of interfaces, distribution amplifiers, matrix switchers, seamless scaling switchers and HDBaseT signal delivery solutions. FSR offers live 24/7 technical and sales support throughout the country from expertly trained technicians and sales representatives. The Company is also an HDBaseT Alliance Adopter Member.  For more information: www.fsrinc.com.

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Huddle BLOX makes the connection for users with wired and wireless charging and power options

Woodland Park, NJ – (August 22, 2017) — FSR, a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of infrastructure solution products for the audio/video, Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), education, hospitality, and government markets, announces that its all new Huddle BLOX™ charging station, recently introduced at the InfoComm 2017 show in Orlando, FL, is now shipping.

The Huddle BLOX™  from FSR is a sturdy and convenient charging station that doubles as a table, or an attractive end-table that doubles as a charging station. It was designed as a smart option for libraries, coffee shops, lobbies, media rooms, or any location where powering up is desired. Providing Wireless and USB charging along with AC power allows connections with room to spare. These sturdy blocks are available in two sizes and an array of finishes including black, white and maple. For a quick meeting, a study group, or to just relax, Huddle BLOX has everyone connected!

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“We are extremely excited that we can now tell customers that our all-new Huddle BLOX, which we rolled out at the recent InfoComm Show in Orlando, is available immediately,” says Jan Sandri, FSR president. “It’s not only a smart-looking solution, but it also addresses a need in a number of applications for a reliable power source.”

 

 

About FSR

FSR, established in 1981, manufactures a wide variety of signal management and infrastructure solutions for the AV/IT, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), corporate, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, including floor, wall, table, and ceiling connectivity boxes and wireways, as well as a full line of interfaces, distribution amplifiers, matrix switchers, seamless scaling switchers and HDBaseT signal delivery solutions. FSR offers live 24/7 technical and sales support throughout the country from expertly trained technicians and sales representatives. The Company is also an HDBaseT Alliance Adopter Member.  For more information: www.fsrinc.com.

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New York, NY (September 7, 2017) – The verdict is in — the John Jay College of Criminal Justice has selected five FSR HuddleVU Collaboration Systems, for its small-group study rooms located in the Lloyd Sealy Library of 

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Haaren Hall. The systems allow multiple users to share and view their laptops, tablets, and smart phone screens on a main display, underscoring the school’s efforts to encourage student collaboration, group study and shared projects.  FSR, a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of infrastructure solution products for the audio/video, Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), education, hospitality, and government markets, released project details from Company headquarters in Woodland Park, NJ. 

Lloyd Sealy Library, which holds more than 500,000 books, periodicals, films, microfilms, and digital collections, offered students all the resources necessary for group study and shared projects, except the technology that would result in greater collaboration and increased use of the study-group rooms. Following an exploration and evaluation process of affordable options that would create the ideal environment for people to view and share ideas, the school made the decision to install FSR HuddleVU Collaboration systems.

According to Geng H. Lin, Library Systems Manager, “Everything was built-in so we didn’t have to reconfigure the current space, which was a concern. We decided to try two immediately.” FSR's HuddleVU systems include all the necessary video switching equipment, control hardware, display power control and color-coded captive HDMI cables for a simple, yet effective way to install quickly and operate.

Once the FSR HuddleVU systems were installed in two rooms in the upper library, the College focused on stimulating interest via signage in the library, promotion on the library website and a notification to students via internal electronic communications. The rooms were quickly in such high demand that the College added HuddleVUs in the Library’s lower three rooms as well. Each installation was accomplished in one day and came in under budget.

According to the College, the rooms “just work” for the students. The HuddleVU’s are so intuitive and reliable that the students have been able to operate with minimal instruction, and without asking for outside assistance. John Jay College now has a user-friendly, self-contained system designed for group study. Students are able to use the HuddleVU systems immediately following a few simple instructions, and are equally at ease using it for group projects, studying or displaying their work on the screen. The school anticipates a lot of collaboration amongst students when they have group projects, and looks forward to adding systems as space becomes available. According to Lin, “Students are extremely happy with the equipment — they are really enjoying it. It has been a great experience overall.”

About FSR

FSR, established in 1981, manufactures a wide variety of signal management and infrastructure solutions for the AV/IT, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), corporate, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, including floor, wall, table, and ceiling connectivity boxes and wireways, as well as a full line of interfaces, distribution amplifiers, matrix switchers, seamless scaling switchers and HDBaseT signal delivery solutions. FSR offers live 24/7 technical and sales support throughout the country from expertly trained technicians and sales representatives. The Company is also an HDBaseT Alliance Adopter Member.  For more information: www.fsrinc.com.

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CCUMC Appoints FSR’s Gina Sansivero to Board of Directors

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Woodland Park, NJ (October 17, 2017) – FSR, an industry-leading manufacturer of products for the Pro AV market, is pleased to announce the appointment of its own Gina Sansivero, director of business development, education, to the Consortium of College and University Media Centers’ (CCUMC) (https://ccumc.site-ym.com/) board of directors. CCUMC, which provides sound leadership and a forum for information exchange, has nearly 850 members at the forefront of media and technologies that supportgina web 2 quality teaching and learning in higher education settings.  The announcement was made by FSR president Jan Sandri from company headquarters in Woodland Park, NJ.

Sansivero was elected to the board — consisting of an Executive Director, and eleven officers — for a two-year term commencing in July 2017. In her role as director she will participate in the operations of CCUMC. CCUMC’s mission is to provide leadership and a forum for information exchange to providers of media content and academic technology, and to support quality teaching and learning at institutions of higher education. The Board receives support from various CCUMC committees and task forces as well as from the Executive office staff. Currently, the organization includes members from post-secondary institutions as well as private enterprises of all sizes that supply the media and instructional technology products.

Sansivero, who was named director of business development, education, for FSR in 2014, is responsible for expanding the company’s position within its key educational market. Her role with FSR has been to help educate the sector about new opportunities for interactive and collaborative learning systems offered by FSR. Taking a similar approach, Sansivero will help CCUMC continue its role as a leader in the advancement of technology within the higher education community.

“We are thrilled to welcome someone with Gina’s experience in education to join our family here at CCUMC,” said Aileen Scales, executive director. “As technology continues to change, along with the needs of those working in a learning environment, Gina’s vast knowledge of today’s cutting-edge technology solutions will serve as a tremendous advantage for us. In her new role with CCUMC, we are confident that her experience in this area will help our members reach their goals.”

“CCUMC is recognized as a respected part of the education community and is known to help advance technology within that market,” said Sansivero. “I truly look forward to helping CCUMC continue its mission and help further the role of technology within the education market so that teachers and students can better benefit from today’s advanced solutions and focus on learning.”

About FSR

FSR, established in 1981, manufactures a wide variety of signal management and infrastructure solutions for the AV/IT, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), corporate, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, including floor, wall, table, and ceiling connectivity boxes and wireways, as well as a full line of interfaces, distribution amplifiers, matrix switchers, seamless scaling switchers and HDBaseT signal delivery solutions. FSR offers live 24/7 technical and sales support throughout the country from expertly trained technicians and sales representatives. The Company is also an HDBaseT Alliance Adopter Member.  For more information: www.fsrinc.com.

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Posted By: Michael Williams, rAVe Publications, September 28, 2017

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Woodland Park, NJ  (September 28, 2017) — FSR, a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of products for the Pro AV and Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) markets is strengthening its presence in the western US by appointing Pacific Coast Associates of Benicia, California as a Manufacturers Representative. Effective immediately, Pacific Coast Associates will support FSR’s entire line of audio video switchers and interfaces; infrastructure products which include wall, floor, ceiling and table boxes and wiring systems; control solutions and collaboration systems in Northern California and Hawaii.

We’re delighted to bring Pacific Coast Associates on-board as our newest manufacturers representatives,” said Chaz Porter, FSR director of global sales. “Their extensive experience in the AV infrastructure and integration segments of the market will serve as a great advantage to our customers in the far western regions of the country.”

“We are always seeking the best products to offer our customers, and FSR fits in perfectly,” said Rick Fazenback, principle of Pacific Coast Associates. “We are committed to providing better and more effective solutions that will work now, and in the future. FSR is always on the cutting edge and we look forward to integrating their products and providing better and more effective solutions for our customers.”

FSR manufactures audio and video switching, control products, connectivity boxes and collaboration systems from its headquarters in Woodland Park, NJ.

 

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          Each week Ajish Raju, from Rave Publications, highlights someone from the AV Industry. This week he chose our very own Gina Sansivero, Director of Business Development, Education. In the article Ajish asks Gina questions about her time in the AV Industry & how her journey began, what challeneges she thinks those new to the Inudstry are facing, what her typical work day looks like & more! Below are a few excerpts from the original article.

1.Describe your journey in the AV industry? How did it start?

" I knew I wanted to help people, I knew I wanted to have that connection with people, I knew I wanted to make people feel comfortable in my presence, and I knew I wanted to relate to people and learn from them. While in college (where I was studying elementary education and then psychology) I was hired as a marketing assistant at a medical components company. When I finished my BA in psych they asked me to work full time for them. So I went from a part time marketing assistant to full-time marketing coordinator, then into product management, and then into product development. I kept moving up in the company until I felt like I had hit my plateau....In 2014, I left RelampIt to pursue a position as director of business development for education, with FSR. Having spent many years studying education, I love that many of my interests and passions are coming together now."

2.What do you think is the challenges that are facing a new person who wants to join the industry.

"I think most people don’t know what this industry is about, so the challenge is to educate yourself about the facets of the industry from engineering to manufacturing, product design to project management, lighting, programming/ coding, acoustics, video, etc. So many pieces that I didn’t know existed when I started down this road over 12 years ago. What’s so fantastic is that there are hundreds of industry veterans willing to help you. You just have to do a bit of digging."

6.Describe a typical work day for you. What are your daily disciplines?

"Each day is different, especially if I am traveling and doing campus tours (love campus tours). So I guess my daily discipline is taking a shower because everything else changes. And I wouldn’t have it any other way. That’s not to say my days aren’t organized and structured and I am a complete mess- that’s not true. I adapt quickly but I don’t like sustained chaos. Actually, can chaos be sustained? Maybe not. So then I don’t really like chaos but sometimes it happens and you deal. Especially when flying…you have been paying attention the news about the airlines, right? Yipes!"

 

To check out the full article click the link below.

http://www.ravepubs.com/av-insider-spotlight-gina-sansivero-director-business-development-education-fsrinc/

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Woodland Park, NJ – (May 2,, 2017) — FSR, a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of infrastructure solution products for the audio/video, Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), education, hospitality,and government markets, has appointed Lourdes Collins Business Development Manager, Furniture Distribution and Design Channel. Chaz Porter, Director of Global Sales for FSR, made the announcement from FSR headquarters in Woodland Park, NJ. Porter noted that the position was established to dedicate resources to FSR’s growing furniture business that includes products such as the Company’s popular HuddleVU collaboration systems.

Collins will report to Porter and be responsible for executing the business development activities associated with furniture manufacturers and distribution channel partners across the US, Canada and Latin America.  She will work closely with Porter and executive staff members to maintain existing relationships and establish new ones, and develop strategies to achieve both sales and growth targets.  Collins will also collaborate with other FSR divisions on a comprehensive company-wide distribution strategy.

Collins brings over 15 years experience developing key relationships within the contract furniture, architect and design, end-user and built-environment communities with her. Prior to joining FSR she served as Director of Client Development at Verrex,LLC where she focused on elevating brand awareness and market share. Collins previously held the position of SVP of Strategic Alliances at Red Thread – Steelcase Dealer, responsible for the implementation of strategic business plans and tools resulting in revenue growth and customer satisfaction. Collins additionally served in regional management positions for Kimbal International, Teknion LLC, and Haworth.  

We are thrilled to have Lourdes and her wealth of experience on board to support this growing segment of our business,” said Porter. “Furniture has become so important as organizations and schools integrate AV equipment directly into working environments. We are confident that Lourdes’ background and foresight will serve to support our customers and vendors alike.”

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InfoComm International has introduced theAPEx Advocate program, recognizing AV manufacturers that are dedicated to supporting AV integrators and design consultants focused on “high standards of employee training and certification” who provide “exceptional solutions to their clients.”

Zdiwas thefirst companyto earn APEx distinction in 2014 and has since been joined by more than 50 other companies. The certification is based on the company achieving prescribed percentages of training and client satisfaction and must be renewed regularly.

The new APEx Advocate program “is designed for manufacturers to support APEx systems integrators through promotional consideration, outreach and preferential services,” according to InfoComm’s announcement. APEx Advocates “commit to promoting APEx integrators and consultants in their marketing and dealer training programs,” the press release says.

The first class of APEx Advocates includes Belden,Crestron,FSR,Hall Research,PeaveyandRGB Spectrum.

“Crestron is signing on to the be one of the first APEx Advocates because we support a more qualified integrator workforce,” said Dave Silberstein, director of inside sales at Crestron Electronics and chairman of InfoComm’s Manufacturers Council. “We encourage our integrators to earn the APEx designation because it proves that they believe in quality and it ensures that our products will be shown and configured to their true potential.”

FSR has been very supportive of the APEx Advocate Program since the InfoComm Manufacturers Council first proposed the initiative, says George Fournier, FSR senior sales engineer and a member of the InfoComm Manufacturers Council.

“As a manufacturer, FSR has been committed to our consultants and dealers over the years, and we have consistently supported them in their pursuit of the highest quality solutions they can provide their end users,” says Fournier. “InfoComm’s APEx program has been very successful in recognizing systems integrators, consultants and dealers who follow best practices and standards developed by InfoComm International.”

RGB Spectrum “is proud to be among the first manufacturers to become an InfoComm APEx Advocate,” says John Henkel, director of product marketing, noting the company offers InfoComm-certified training.  “As we celebrate our 30th year, our commitment to helping system integrators and dealers gain the knowledge they need to excel remains a key tenet of our business. APEx-designated integrators help the entire industry by providing more efficient and intelligent system design and implementation.”

High standards on products and installations can help to cut down on problems for customers, which increases overall satisfaction for the industry, said InfoComm senior VP of member services Betsy Jaffe.

“Like APEx integrators and consultants, APEx Advocates are champions of industry quality, devoting time and resources to supporting companies that prioritize superior customer satisfaction, training and certification,” she said in the announcement. “We are proud of the companies that have committed to the APEx program, which ensures our industry continues to advance.”

Editor’s Note: FSR is an underwriter of AVNation

Company’s Easy-To-Use, Affordable Control System Meets Specific Needs For House To Manage Multiple Mics During Legislature Sessions

Augusta, ME – (April 6, 2017) — The Maine House of Representatives, the lower house of the Maine Legislature, recently installed an FSR FLEX LT-150 control system to manage 158 microphones used during legislative sessions.  FSR is a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of infrastructure products for the audio/video, Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), education, hospitality, government, and religious markets.

According to Tom Loveitt, Design, Sales and Support, Canfield Systems, Inc., who designed and installed the FSR system, the FLEX LT-150 is installed at the desk of the Assistant Clerk in the House of Representatives Chambers and is operated by the Journal Clerk during legislative sessions. The project involved replacing the existing, 18-year-old Danish Interpretive System (DIS) with a current model.

“The upgraded system, while largely superior to its predecessor, lacked certain features that were essential,” explains Loveitt. “The DIS system offered no serial control option and the room is well wired with Cat. 6 twisted pair. With the great assistance of FSR’s tech support, the unit was configured to mimic the functions of a proprietary control surface from the original DIS conferencing system.”

As Loveitt explains, the older, analog DIS conferencing system had an optional, external control panel with which the operators had become dependent. However, that panel did not exist in the new, digital system.  While the associated GUI software is powerful, Loveitt and his team had to replicate some of the older unit’s features on the FSR Flex panel.

“We chose the LT-150 because the DIS-CCU communicates by way of TCP-IP protocol only and the FLEX line offers just that in the LT-150,” adds Loveitt.  “Other third-party control systems could have been used, but at a far higher cost and the level of technical support and sincere care for customers found at FSR led to the choice of this product.”

https://us.vocuspr.com/Publish/519858/vcsPRAsset_519858_124248_2c7f5a6e-8efd-4941-8859-1b60e29ff105_0.pngThe Flex-LT is a self-contained control system that offers users a vast number of features at an affordable price point. The Flex-LT mounts in a wall or sits on a desk and presents the user with an easy-to-use and understand 3.5-inch color LCD touch screen and an IP port. Through the touch screen the user can choose what source is being displayed and change the volume. The Flex-Able configuration utility features an easy-to-use method to get the most out of the system. The contractor is presented with an easy-to-follow drag ‘n drop programming methodology; no need to learn other programming language.

“FSR’s FLEX systems have been extremely well-received and used within a wide variety of markets, including education, corporate, government, hospitals and more,” says Jan Sandri, FSR president. “We were especially pleased that Greg Calantropio, FSR Technical Sales and Support, was on board for this important project, keeping our customer happy with great support. Greg, our FLEX tech specialist, was able to tailor the LT-150’s functionality and maximize FLEX’s many features and options to the Maine House of Representatives specific needs.”

Loveitt considers the install at the Maine House of Representatives a success, explaining, “Any institution change is difficult. However, they are quite satisfied with the outcome and pleased with the effort shown by both Canfield Systems and FSR.”

About FSR
FSR, established in 1981, manufactures a wide variety of signal management and infrastructure solutions for the AV/IT, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), corporate, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, including floor, wall, table, and ceiling connectivity boxes and wireways, as well as a full line of interfaces, distribution amplifiers, matrix switchers, seamless scaling switchers and HDBaseT signal delivery solutions. FSR offers live 24/7 technical and sales support throughout the country from expertly trained technicians and sales representatives. The Company is also an HDBaseT Alliance Adopter Member.

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DMN Newswire--2016-12-7--FSR, a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of infrastructure products for the audio/video, Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, is making installation and configuration of its Outdoor Wall Box (OWB) line even easier by including its award-winning LITE-IT Enclosure Box Light as standard. LITE-IT provides hands-free interior illumination anywhere a work light is needed.

FSR's line of outdoor wall boxes was expanded earlier this year with the introduction of the OWB-500P, a unit that accommodates AV and IT connections and was designed for all outdoor venues. Already one of the easiest units to install, LITE-IT will make fast work of connecting the 8" deep box in dimly lit areas. FSR's OWB-X3 is also being shipped17613 lite it front light on with LITE-IT as standard.

FSR's LITE-IT, winner of rAVe [Publications] 2014 Best of InfoComm Awards for "Best New AV Accessory", securely fastens to any ferrous metal surface via a "rare earth" magnetic mounting. A timed circuit automatically turns LITE-IT off after 75 seconds, and its anti-retrigger circuit prevents it from staying on even if the switch is held continuously. Its warm 3000K LED color for eye comfort provides over 12 Lumens of light output (20% more than a standard PR-2 flashlight bulb), and its super-efficient wide angle dual LED¹s furnish a uniform lighting pattern with uniform brightness to the very end of battery life. High-quality alkaline batteries are included and pre-installed and provide 4+ years of typical usage from a single pair of batteries (Based on 2 operations per day, 5 days per week, 52 weeks per year).

"FSR is always looking for ways to enhance the functionality and operability of our various families of products by adding new models or features," says company president Jan Sandri. "In this case, we are including our award-winning LITE-IT as a standard feature with two of our Outdoor Wall Boxes. Now, users have the benefit of having light where it's needed. This is very exciting since earlier this year we expanded our line of Outdoor Wall Boxes with the introduction of the OWB-500P. Now, we are able to extend that product family once again by offering LITE-IT."

About FSR
FSR, established in 1981, manufactures a wide variety of signal management and infrastructure solutions for the AV/IT, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), corporate, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, including floor, wall, table, and ceiling connectivity boxes and wireways, as well as a full line of interfaces, distribution amplifiers, matrix switchers, seamless scaling switchers and HDBaseT signal delivery solutions.FSR offers live 24/7 technical and sales support throughout the country from expertly trained technicians and sales representatives. The Company is also an HDBaseT Alliance Adopter Member. For more information: www.fsrinc.com.

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The What: FSR is now shipping the OWB-500P, the newest addition to the company’s Outdoor Wall Box series.
The What Else: FSR’s new OWB-500P box features locking white doors as standard with color and decorative selections, including windows, offered upon request. Covers have “flip-up” cable entry doors so that the main cover can be locked once the cables are connected, and every OWB-500P is equipped with FSR’s enclosure box light—LITE-IT—for connecting in dimly lit areas. Custom interiors are available to meet each individual application.
“Once again, FSR is leading the charge with a line of wall boxes that is an industry first,” said Jan Sandri, FSR president. “Our OWB series is designed for all outdoor venues and accommodates AV and IT connections, very desirable and important features for theme parks, pool decks, entertainment and sports arenas, schools, airports, churches, and so much more. We’re delighted to expand our metal offerings with our OWB line, specifically our newest OWB-500P that solves installation issues with an elegant and practical solution.”
The box's square shape allows mounting in any orientation so the door can swing left, right, or up. It is available in flush- or surface-mount models and includes blank plates for custom mounting. The OWB-500P’s design provides secure mounting for a variety of control panels including hard switches, elastomeric pads, touchscreens, IPS plates, and infrared pickups.
The Bottom Line: The 8-inch-deep OWB-500P features internal brackets that can be arranged to provide numerous options for both high and low voltage. Standard-gang openings increase installation ease and flexibility, while removable center dividers allow cables to be quickly passed through the various compartments. The enclosures are constructed in NEMA-4 style and with the integral door, meet the NEMA-3 and 3R ratings providing protection against falling dirt, rain, sleet, and snow.
 
 

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FSR’s New FRAME for Ceiling Enclosures

Scores Tech & Learning 2016 Award of Excellence

Woodland Park, NJ (October 12, 2016) — FSR, a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of infrastructure products for the audio/video, Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, proudly announces that its new FRAME (CB-SR22), has scored a Tech & Learning 2016 Awards of Excellence win in the “New Products” category of the publication’s highly popular program. The FRAME, used in conjunction with FSR’s ceiling boxes, provides a quick, easy and convenient installation solution when mounting equipment, a projector or a display in a drywall ceiling.

A panel of Tech & Learning magazine advisors evaluated and tested hundreds of entries and honored products that broke new ground or added significant enhancements to proven education tools. The prestigious recognition program is in its 34th year.

Entries were divided into two categories: New Products and Best Upgraded Products. Winning selections include software and Web-based products, as well as hardware and AV tools. Among the high-quality candidates being honored are resources addressing management, safety, communication, differentiated learning, assessment, and other key areas in education.

Ideal for the K-12 market, FSR’s popular FRAME is used in conjunction with the FSR CB-22p Classroom Ceiling Enclosure and can be installed in the ceiling opening using threaded rod, stranded wire cable, or screws through specific holes in the sides of the unit. The ceiling box can then be hung vertically, via the included cables, while the equipment is mounted and wired allowing convenient access to the components and cables. The ceiling box can then be lifted into the frame and locked into place and its interior can be accessed in the same way for future re-cabling and service.

“FSR is honored that our popular FRAME has been recognized with an award from such a prestigious media outlet as Tech & Learning magazine,” said Jan Sandri, FSR president. “Our FRAME has been really well received within the industry and we are proud with the latest acknowledgement and award. The fact that the judges make their determinations by putting each and every entry through a thorough examination and testing process speaks volumes to how outstanding our products are and how they truly meet the needs of our customers.”

According to Kevin Hogan, editorial director for NewBay Media’s Tech & Learning Group, judges “once again examined hundreds of entries to select those products that were deemed worthy of our 2016 Award of Excellence. This wasn't just checking off spec sheets and surfing other people's reviews. Each product was handled and scored individually. Not an easy task. These companies can be proud that our team of judges granted them their seal of approval."

For over 30 years, Tech & Learning has been — and continues to be — the leading resource for K-12 leaders. Its publications, Web sites and events provide factual and evaluative information on trends, products, and strategies to educators who purchase technology products in their districts and schools. Tech & Learning, published by NewBay Media LLC, delivers the highest quality content and essential resources to manage, train, and teach technology.

About FSR

FSR, established in 1981, manufactures a wide variety of signal management and infrastructure solutions for the audio / video, datacom, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, including floor, wall, table, and ceiling connectivity boxes, as well as a full line of interfaces, distribution amplifiers, matrix switchers, seamless switchers and HDBaseT & CAT-X signal delivery solutions.

The company is an Energy Star Partner and complies with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 to demonstrate its deep commitment to preserving the planet. FSR offers live 24/7 technical and sales support throughout the country from expertly trained technicians and sales representatives. For more information: www.fsrinc.com.

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Herman Pro AV New FSR logo 5 12 CMYK

MIAMI, FL. and Woodland Park, NJ, July 12, 2016 – Herman (www.HermanProAV.com), a leading provider of AV products, procurement services, and labor resources to systems integrators in the commercial AV and broadcast industries, has entered into a distribution partnership with FSR, the industry’s premier manufacturer of signal management and infrastructure solutions for over 35 years. Herman will be stocking FSR’s products in their East & West Coast facilities to better serve their mutual customers.

12507890 fsr incWOODLAND PARK, N.J. - March 10, 2016 - PRLog -- FSR, a leading manufacturer of a wide variety of products for the audio/video, education, hospitality, government, and religious markets, is proud to announce that along with the Women in BICSI group, it recently identified and sponsored the second-ever female candidate to compete in the history of the Cabling Skills Challenge. Iinthia Harris, lead technician of Chapel-Romanoff Technologies in Dayton, OH, participated in this year's 9th Annual Cabling Skills Challenge held in February at BICSI's 2016 Winter Conference in Orlando, FL.

DMN Newswire--2016-3-8-- Burlington, MA -- Four well known audiovisual and classroom technologies manufacturers, FSR, Inc, Biamp Systems, Utelogy Corp., and SpinetiX, have partnered to create the first Higher Education Technology Summit (HETS). Created specifically for college and university managers of educational technology, HETS is designed to combine a day of product training, networking and peer-to-peer discussions in a fast moving format. The first HETS of 2016 will take place in Burlington, MA; a location conveniently situated (located off I-95 and 93) for many schools throughout New England.