Accell PowerSquid 600 Joules Surge Protector and Power Conditioner

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Manufacturer # D080B-009K
Manufacturer: Accell Corporation

Accell PowerSquid 600 Joules Surge Protector and Power Conditioner
Accell PowerSquid 600 Joules Surge Protector and Power Conditioner

Accell PowerSquid 600 Joules Surge Protector and Power Conditioner - 5 Receptacle(s) - 1800 VA - 600 J - 120 V AC Input - 120 V AC Output

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UPC:

8.26388E+11

Product Type:

Surge Suppressor/Protector
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Surge Suppressor/Protector - D080B-009K

The PowerSquid® Surge Protector and Power Conditioner provides 600 joules of surge protection to your valuable electronics. The PowerSquid® accommodates up to 5 bulky transformer plugs with ease, providing more flexibility than a standard surge protector.

Featuring a 6' long heavy duty grounded power cord, the PowerSquid 600J surge protector and power conditioner provides the long reach needed for many of your power protection applications.

The PowerSquid® Noise Reduction Filter reduces line static caused by "dirty" power. Line noise and electrical static can show up as snow in your picture or as crackling in your audio. The filter isolates your equipment from power generated noise for a clear picture and sound. A basic surge protector will continue conducting power even after it's joule rating has been reached leaving your connected equipment unprotected. When the PowerSquid® reaches its maximum joule rating it will stop conducting power, ensuring your connected equipment is not exposed to harmful surges.

Technical Information

  • Receptacles: 5

Power Description

  • Input Voltage: 120 V AC
  • Output Voltage: 120 V AC
  • Power Handling: 1800 VA
  • Surge Energy Rating: 600 J

Physical Characteristics

  • Power Cord/Cable Length: 6 ft

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty: 5 Year

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