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Trystar acquires Cyber Sciences

By Stephen Elliott

June 18, 2023

Trystar logoTrystar, Faribault, Minn., has acquired Cyber Sciences™, Murfreesboro, Tenn., to add sequence-of-event data monitoring and logging solutions to its product portfolio, allowing for diagnosis, resolution, and prevention of power loss events in facilities like data centers, hospitals and airports. 

Cyber Sciences produces specialty products for monitoring electrical power systems. Key solutions include Sequence-of-Events Recorders (SER) and GPS time reference and synchronization devices. Precision timing to one-millisecond accuracy and comprehensive recording of events is essential for power loss event reconstruction and post-event analysis. The captured data is integrated into any power monitoring system, including Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and Distributed Control system (DCS) systems, for rapid response, root-cause analysis and corrective action.  

“The acquisition of Cyber Sciences complements Trystar’s portfolio of high-quality solutions,” said A.J. Smith, Trystar CEO. “We already provide customizable electrical infrastructure products for power distribution, conversion, conditioning or backup. Our solutions give customers an edge by allowing them to prevent or prepare mitigation for power outages proactively.” 

“Cyber Sciences is excited to join forces with Trystar to bring the advantages of precision timing and event recording to more customers and provide new solutions to the broader market,” said Myron Blackburn, president, Cyber Sciences. “Trystar and Cyber Sciences understand the implication and costs of a power loss. Together, we can help customers minimize the impact of power system events.”