APC SurgeArrest Essential White 8 AC outlet(s) 230 V 2 m

APC SurgeArrest Essential White 8 AC outlet(s) 230 V 2 m

£50.51 inc VAT
£42.09 exc VAT

APC SurgeArrest Essential Surge Suppressor with 8 Outlets 230V (Germany) More Info

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SKU: PM8-GR

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Basic Protection Against Power Surges for Computers and Electronics. SurgeArrest will warn you if its circuitry has been damaged by heavy strike or power line surge and it is unable to provide 100% protection. If still under warranty, APC will then replace your damaged SurgeArrest free of charge. Resettable circuit breaker Easy recovery from overloads; no need to replace a fuse. Right Angle Plug Plug angle allows for equipment and furniture to be placed closer to the wall than with a standard power cord. Reduces cord stress too. EMI and RFI noise filtering Reduces line noise that can cause data loss and keyboard errors.

Power
Surge energy rating2690 J
AC outlets quantity8 AC outlet(s)
AC outlet typesType F
Nominal input voltage230 V
Peak power2300 W
Peak current, normal mode60000 A
Peak current, common mode48000 A
AC input frequency50 Hz
Ports & interfaces
Cable length2 m
Features
EMI/RFI noise filteringYes
EMI/RFI noise filtering60 dB
Product colourWhite
Technical details
Sustainability certificatesRoHS
Weight & dimensions
Weight830 g
Cable length2 m
Width326 mm
Depth110 mm
Height61 mm
Operational conditions
Operating temperature (T-T)0 - 40 °C
Storage temperature (T-T)-15 - 45 °C
Storage relative humidity (H-H)0 - 95%
Operating relative humidity (H-H)0 - 95%
Operating altitude0 - 15000 m
Non-operating altitude0 - 15000 m
Indication
LED indicatorsYes
Packaging data
Package width365 mm
Package depth170 mm
Package height64 mm
Packaging content
Number of products included1 pc(s)
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