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Most of us have more devices than ports on the wall, so most people have a surge-protector behind their televisions and under their desks. However, not all surge protectors are similar and some even put their equipment at risk. We talked to an electrician about how to differentiate between good and evil and how to use them safely.

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Houses and offices can be destroyed in a few seconds by outbreaks or fluctuations. Delicate electronics and valuable machines can become debt if they are not protected from damage. Experts say it’s a good idea to protect your desk, toys, games rooms and electronic devices against surges and surges by installing surge protectors.

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What you should look for in a surge-protector

If you live in a city, there is generally less chance of a big boost in your home and you can probably get a rated voltage of 2000 volts (2kV), while in rural areas you probably need 4000 volts (4kV). The numbers are included in the package.

Protection for communication port connections
Some cards provide protection for communication ports such as coaxial cable, Ethernet networks, modems, telephone and fax lines.

The circuit breakers are not the same
The overload is caused by connected devices that consume a lot of energy, for example, when at the same time consuming devices such as toaster and teapot are used. A circuit breaker is designed to reduce the performance of the card to prevent damage and possibly even fire. Whether over-voltage protection or not, most power cards have a built-in fuse or a circuit breaker. It is important to note that a circuit breaker does not provide overvoltage protection.

Smoothing of energy fluctuations
Energy fluctuations are inevitable and worse in some regions than others. You can damage your equipment in the long run. Some surge protectors and inverters offer line filtering or electromagnetic interference (EMI) with a technical focus. This reduces or eliminates line noise (electrical interference) and provides a cleaner power line that protects your equipment from power outages and surges.

Guarantee

As with most types of consumer electronics, there is a manufacturer’s warranty for overvoltage protection devices that covers connected equipment up to a certain maximum level (varies from product to product). With luck you will never have to use it, but it is always better to be prepared. Be sure to read the fine print of the warranty carefully. Some claims require surge protection, all devices (whether damaged or not) that are connected to the surge-protector at the time of damage, and original receipts for everything.

In general, there are many exclusions, conditions and restrictions (eg Hot Rings Jumping) that must be met before you see a penny, and full refunds are never guaranteed. You can also expect the processing to take three months or more.

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