LOS ANGELES – VYCON, the designer and manufacturer of high-speed flywheel based, environmentally friendly, energy storage systems, will exhibit at the 2008 National Association of Broadcasters Show in Las Vegas, NV. The latest version of the VYCON VDC will be on display and its benefits demonstrated to attendees seeking a green, reliable alternative to traditional battery-powered emergency back-up systems.
VYCON’s VDC has a service life of twenty years, and provides a cost effective method of ensuring ride-through power protection for broadcast and communications. The VYCON flywheel energy storage system offers broadcasters a solution that is virtually maintenance free, does not require large, climate controlled rooms, and is environmentally sound in operation.
VYCON joins a group of forward thinking technology providers that will be offering state-of-the-art concepts and equipment to power the future of content creation, management and delivery.
Attendees are invited to visit the booth, number C1434, located in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
VYCON is an innovator in the design and manufacturing of technologically advanced flywheel energy storage systems that enable a highly reliable, cost-effective and “Green” energy storage solution for a variety of applications. VYCON’s products are applied in the power quality markets to provide back-up power in mission critical applications and in the energy re-cycling markets for capturing and regenerating energy in crane, electric rail and distributed generation applications. VYCON is a publicly listed company on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange and is headquartered in Orange County, Calif.
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