Every facet of our daily life is being automated by faster microprocessors and microprocessor-based equipment which require steady continuous power. As market pressures force the deregulation of the electrical industry, utility companies have less and less control over the quality of power supplied to sensitive electronic equipment. In data processing and medical applications, the effects of unreliable power can be translated into incorrect data, lost memory, premature component failure, mixed and garbled data and inaccurate diagnostics. Power conditioning alleviates these problems. For this reason, the Power-Sure 800 was designed using a special high "K-Factor" transformer capable of handling these harmonics without overheating. The Power-Sure 800 has one of the highest "K-Factors" in the industry. Additionally, the Power-Sure 800 virtually eliminates any transient harmonics being reflected back onto the power lines, thus preventing damage to building wiring.