When he found that the surge suppression
technology of the mid-80s was too unpredictable to support demanding applications, his response was a "simple" one.
A common misconception about transient voltage surge suppression
concerns the sizing or current-handling capacity of each mode of protection.
Limited Double Lifetime Surge Suppression
Warranty: In addition to the company's standard warranty on the SpikeFree Tower, the units are covered by BEST's Limited Double Lifetime Warranty.
Three forms of electrical surge protection products are available: surge suppression
devices, line conditioners, or uninterruptable power supplies (UPS).
It should be obvious that surge suppression
must be installed on each service, preferably as close as possible to where it enters each structure.
They are commonly specified for surge suppression
and temperature compensation in high voltage applications where PC board space is limited.
Emerson Network Power is offering the Liebert Type SS Series, a new line of transient voltage surge suppression
The power control center meets or exceeds both UL Standard 1449 and IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Specification 587, category A and B, for transient voltage surge suppression
New devices provide voltage surge suppression
through innovative Self Bias Transistor technology to protect LEDs in solid state lighting applications
In addition, innovative manufacturers have developed relay socket accessories such as jumpering, marking plates for circuit identification, and even sockets that accept plug-in accessories such as lights and surge suppression
Designed for professional desktop and network environments, the devices offer a high degree of protection with integrated transient voltage surge suppression
(TVSS) circuitry to prevent spikes, surges and other anomalies from damaging sensitive electronics through power or data lines.
The Tripp Lite Command Console Power Control unit is offering ISOBAR level surge suppression
with a newly designed front panel that offers ease of operation in a strong, slimline metal cabinet that fits neatly underneath a computer's monitor.