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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.recommend TVSS, Compact, 100kA, NEMA 4, 3PH, 120/208V
Surge protection prevents surges from entering a computer, TV, or other electronic device connected to it. You get what you pay for when it comes to surge protection, so do not try to come out with the most economical model; Your electronics are what you pay for this cost-effective and cost-effective surge-protector.
It is important not to confuse a power strip with a surge protector. They look similar, but a power strip does not protect the connected devices. They are special extensions that can handle many elements. Unless you specify surge protection anywhere, it is more than likely to be just a power band and should not be used for this purpose.
How does a surge protector work?
When the voltage exceeds the allowable level, the surge arrester removes the surge to avoid damage. In particular, internal components, called metal oxide varistors (MOVs), absorb the excess voltage and redirect it to the ground wire, preventing it from reaching the connected equipment. To work effectively, a surge-protector must be plugged into a grounded, wired outlet. Some surge-protectors contain indicators that alert users to possible wiring problems.TVSS Compact 100kA NEMA 208V You can check price TVSS, Compact, 100kA, NEMA 4, 3PH, 120/208V