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The choice of a good overvoltage protection in information technology is particularly difficult due to the large number of different interfaces. The Phoenix Contact selection tool for STOP-IT helps you to choose the optimum surge protection solution.

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One of the disadvantages of much electronics is finding enough chips to connect everything together. For a desktop computer, you may need additional jacks for monitor, printer, desktop speakers, wireless routers, mobile devices, and other devices. For a home theater system, there are televisions, stereo receivers / amplifiers, preamps, subwoofers, speakers (sometimes), turntables, DVD / Blu-ray players, game consoles, and cable set-top boxes.

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Many people complain that their TV or electronic device “burned” when the voltage suddenly dropped. To say “burned” does not mean that it was engulfed in flames, but rather refers to a very common phenomenon of a device that suddenly stops working due to a drastic fluctuation of the input voltage. When the voltage suddenly rises to a very high value for a very short time, it is called overvoltage.

Another threat to your team: dirty power

You can never experience the effects of a catastrophic electrical spike. But your unprotected equipment is likely to slow down. The "dirty force" comes from long-term electricity through our power grid to your home or office. Power failures and inconsistencies can also come from HVAC equipment, large appliances or other factors under your own roof. I recently heard from an electrician that the wiring in my house is outdated.

You probably invested a lot in your team. When it comes to maximizing sound and / or video performance, you just do not want to save online conditioning.

So we know that surge-protectors are defense devices. They are designed to absorb surges so that this extra energy does not flow into their electronic components. The result is fried circuits and a broken TV or stereo, so it’s really something to avoid. Although surge-protectors are not as robust as a flash, they are very useful. Basically, they work like a ramp on a dangerous road. Excess energy is dissipated from the electronic device to a series of metal oxide varistors (or MOVs). The MOV “practically accepts the shot” on behalf of the machine. The increase has a negative effect, but in MOV, instead of the device.

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