The COMPAC® advanced surge suppressor provides the highest current capacity available in devices of its size to protect multiple pieces of sensitive electronic equipment on a single circuit . It features industrial strength “zero failure” technology backed by a ten year warranty . It also includes a patented* rotating outlet plate that makes it easy to change the position of the outlets from top to side access . The compact body has a very low profile (1 . 75'H x 6'D x 9'W) and includes two mounting brackets to promote easy installation — on a wall behind a flat panel TV, under a counter, in a rack or just about anywhere . Terminates to 6-ft . non-metallic flexible whip that can be field-cut to shorter lengths .
- ETL Listed, ANSI C62 . 41 Compliant, conforms to UL1449-3
- Low-profile chassis (1 . 75”H x 6”D x 9”W)
- Rotating outlet plate that rotates 90º for front or side access .
- LEDs provide visual system status
- Suppresses line to neutral with no ground contamination .
- TCR® technology defeats surges up to 72, 000 amps with zero failures
- Two mounting brackets allow versatile installation . (Optional mounting ears are available if standard 19” rackmount installation is preferred . )
- Terminates to 6-ft . non-metallic flexible whip
- 10 year warranty
Model No . ACSP-2002-GTF-HW: features (2) 20A insulated ground outlets (1 duplex) plus a ground transient filter . The patented GTF technology filters potentially damaging electromagnetic transients/noise on the ground wire . The GTF installs in series with the ground line of electrical circuits to attenuate high frequency transients without impeding 60Hz fault current . It introduces less than 0 . 1 ohm at 60Hz to the ground circuit thereby assuring proper operation of any and all overcurrent protection devices (circuit breakers, fuses, etc . ) . The GTF provides significant attenuation at higher frequencies where the most damaging transients exist . At 1MHz, for example, the GTF attentuates ground noise by 25dB which can be the difference between a sensitive system functioning continuously or having an interruption or “reset” occurence .