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4HHH3 ULTRABLOK UNSPSC # 39121610

Isolated Filter Surge Protector Plug Adapter, Black, Connector Type: 5-15R

  • Item # 4HHH3
  • Mfr. Model # ULTRABLOK
  • UNSPSC # 39121610
  • Catalog Page # 402 402
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Advanced circuitry protects electrical equipment, computer systems, and hardware by eliminating surges, spikes, and EMI/RFI noise. Strips help prevent system crashes, corrupted data files, disk drive errors, computer lockup, and hardware failure.

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Isolated Filter Surge Protector Plug Adapter, Black, Connector Type: 5-15R

  • Item # 4HHH3
  • Mfr. Model # ULTRABLOK
  • UNSPSC # 39121610
  • Catalog Page # 402 402
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Advanced circuitry protects electrical equipment, computer systems, and hardware by eliminating surges, spikes, and EMI/RFI noise. Strips help prevent system crashes, corrupted data files, disk drive errors, computer lockup, and hardware failure.

Technical Specs

  • Item Isolated Filter Surge Protector Plug Adapter
  • Number of Outlets 2
  • Voltage 120V AC
  • Amps 15 A
  • Color Black
  • Circuit Breaker Yes
  • NEMA Connector 5-15R
  • Plug Configuration 5-15P
  • Connector Type 5-15R
  • Standards Approvals RoHS, Approved for Canada by ETL, cUL / CSA (Canada), Exceeds IEEE 587 category A&B specifications, Tested to UL1449 3rd Edition by ETL, UL1449 3rd Edition (AC Suppression)
  • Max. Surge Current 48 kA
  • Noise Attenuation 40 to 80dB
  • Power Indicator Yes
  • Rated Joules 1,410
  • Outlet Surge Protection Yes
  • Telephone/Fax Surge Protection No
  • Plug Configuration - Ext. Cords and Power Strips No Swivel, Right Angle

Advanced circuitry protects electrical equipment, computer systems, and hardware by eliminating surges, spikes, and EMI/RFI noise. Strips help prevent system crashes, corrupted data files, disk drive errors, computer lockup, and hardware failure.

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