Have You got Protection?
Posted on May 11, 2010
- Have you ever noticed your lights flickering, fade or actually turn off then on again? Have you ever stopped to think what this is doing to your electronic equipment.
- Most consumer electronic “White Goods” these days have an equivalent of a computer to control them.
- Most computer warranties/insurance now state that some sort of surge protection is required to be able to claim for warranty.
- Most surge protectors allow up to 730 volts through! What damage is this doing to your equipment?
- Surge protectors are like sponges absorbing the surges the higher the rating (in Joules) the better.
- Like water filters – Power boards with surge protectors have a limited lifetime.
- After been hit by a surge once, most surge protectors will still supply power to your equipment leaving them vulnerable to the next surge.
- AND – No – that power board with a reset button IS NOT a surge protector!
Already got surge protection?
- How old is the surge protector?
- What is the clamping voltage (maximum voltage allowed through)?
- What is the maximum energy dissipation in joules?
- What is the cost of replacing all the equipment that is attached?
The THOR range of surge protection – DESIGNED and ENGINEERED in AUSTRALIA, have the highest ratings!
- Clamping voltage of 375 Volts (Most other brands are over 700 Volts!)
- Over 4000+ Joules of energy dissipation!
- Suicidal – Once it has taken a hit – it wont let any power through – letting you know it has done its job!
- 6 Year guarantee – If the THOR surge protector stops working (I.E. done its job) within 6 years, return it free of charge to receive a new one!
- $100,000+ Connected equipment warranty
- Green Board range – Has a remote switch to turn off half of the outlets (Stopping “Standby” power usage like TV’s ) while leaving power on to other units that need to be powered on all the time (Such as Foxtel/Austar) – Saving you money!
Please contact Paul for further information or to order. 0428 371 090, www.waldon.com.au