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Surge Protectors and Power Conditioners


A surge protector (or surge suppressor) is an appliance designed to protect electrical devices from voltage spikes. A surge protector attempts to regulate the voltage supplied to an electric device by either blocking or by shorting to ground voltages above a safe threshold. 
Many power strips have surge protection built-in; these are typically clearly labeled thus. However, sometimes power strips that do not provide surge protection are erroneously referred to as surge protectors.
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power conditioner (also known as a line conditioner or power line conditioner) is a device intended to improve the quality of the power that is delivered to electrical load equipment. While there is no official definition of a power conditioner, the term most often refers to a device that acts in one or more ways to deliver a voltage of the proper level and characteristics to enable load equipment to function properly. In some usages, power conditioner refers to a voltage regulator with at least one other function to improve power quality (e.g. noise suppression, transient impulse protection, etc.).
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DataComm Electronics' Flat Panel TV Cable Organizer Kit with Power Solution allows you to connect your flat panel TV or audio/video equipment to a surge protector or power conditioner. Click here for more information.

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