An inexpensive electrical device that prevents high-voltage surges from reaching a computer and damaging its circuitry.
Device separating the computer from the power source of the wall outlet. When a voltage surge occurs, a circuit breaker is activated, protecting the computer system.
A power bar designed to protect computers from power spikes and surges.
A specialized outlet that uses capacitors to keep spikes in the power supply from damaging electronic devices.
Electronic device for protecting a computer or other electronic device from the harmful effects of sharp surges of voltage in electric power lines.
A device that protects electronic equipment from power surges or spikes.
A device for protecting electrical equipment from power surges or spikes.
A device to protect the computer from electrical surges in the mains power supply.
A device for protecting electronic equipment from damaging voltage levels sometimes occurring in electrical transients.
electrical device inserted in a power line to protect equipment from sudden fluctuations in current
a cost effective method of ensuring that equipment will have maximum life
a device that will break the circuit between the electrical outlet and your device if a power surge is detected
a good investment to protect sensitive electronic equipment, especially computers and printers, from damage due to fluctuating power sources
an easy and inexpensive way to protect against this
an inexpensive solution to a potentially expensive problem
Appliance that regulates the voltage of an electrical current powering a device.
A device between your computer and the power source which controls power surges.
A power strip that contains multiple outlets that plugs into a single outlet. Surge protectors help protect computers and electrical devices from power surges and voltage spikes, while also allowing you to plug in multiple components into one device.
a device that shields computer and other electronic devices from surges in electrical power
Absorbs brief bursts of excessive voltage coming in from the AC power line. (7/96)
A device in the power line that feeds the computer, that provided minimal protection against voltage spikes and other transients. Their main components are Metal Oxide Varisters (MOV).
A device that protects computers from excessive voltage and current in the power line.
An electronic device plugged into a computer that protects it from the harmful effects of sharp voltage surges.
Device used to protect electrical components from power spikes and surges.
A device that protects electrical equipment from surges or spikes of power current that may be harmful to the circuitry in the equipment. These surges can be the result of thunderstorms and bad electrical wiring in the house. Many newer surge protectors come with the option of protection from surges in the phone lines as well.
A device, usually in the form of a multi-plug bar, that protects your computer from being damaged by power surges.
A surge protector is an appliance designed to protect electrical devices from power surges and voltage spikes. Surge protectors attempt to regulate the voltage supplied to an electric device by either blocking or shorting to ground voltage above a safe threshold.