Government to procure products that were manufactured in the United States or other authorized countries. On-Line UPS systems use a double power conversion system to produce a pure sine wave output and zero transfer time to battery to provide the highest level of power protection. Output Volt-Amps VA is a measurement of electrical power and is used to size a UPS system for the equipment that will be connected to it.
This outlet strip has an extra-tight fit for a secure connection in high-vibration applications. Also known as a hospital-grade outlet strip. It has a green dot to confirm that it is certified for use in hospitals.
It's also good for many other uses and it's nice to have several grounded outlets at hand right at your hip. Before starting this mod, think about placement and where you're going to plug it in So think about the depth of your bench.
Best Sellers. In Stock. Whether at home or in the workplace, not having enough outlets for things that need to be plugged in is a common problem.
Tripp Lite bench and vertical power strips combine all the premium features found separately in competitive models into one versatile power strip series. The PS power strip provides horizontal or vertical power distribution for rackmount, raceway and workbench applications in a convenient inch mountable housing. Tripp Lite's PS power strip offers 15 amp, V multi-outlet AC power distribution in a convenient 36 inch mountable housing.
Attention: The power strips are designed for indoor use only. These devices should not be installed in wet or damp areas exposed to moisture. They are not recommended for use with aquariums.
Its inch length and included mounting clips make it ideal for installation on a benchtop or cabinet. View larger. The outlets feature extra-wide 5. This power strip has a 6 ft.
Note that while power strips are designed to distribute electricity, th ey do not regulate power flow or block electrical spikes or surges. Surge protection is incorporated into some power strips, but it should never be assumed that a power strip offers surge protection without inspecting the unit for the proper UL designation. The misconception that power strips are also surge protectors can lead to costly damage to electrical equipment during a power surge.