220 Volt Power strip-Stabilize Voltage Fluctuations
What is a power strip?
In our day to day lives, we need to operate many types of equipments at a time or a single equipment needs multiple connecting points. At times it is not possible to have so many fixed plugs and socket points at the same place. In such situations a power strip is a perfect option, which allows one to operate more than one plug. It is also known as an extension block, power board, plug board and many other variations.
What it looks like?
It is a block of electrical sockets that is attached to the end of a flexible cable, allowing multiple electrical devices to be powered from a single electrical socket. These are used when there are many electrical devices in close proximity like audio, video and computer systems.
The 220 volt power strip is safe unlike other multiple sockets. It includes a circuit breaker to safely limit the electric current flowing through them. It is perfect in solving voltage woes and fluctuations. Due to voltage fluctuations, sometimes costly equipments get damaged. This device has an inbuilt voltage stabilizer and is a blessing for countries with voltage fluctuations problems. It can take up to 10 amp load which will be enough to operate most of the electrical equipments. There are five grounded volt outlets each of 220 volts which can accommodate two round pins. This device is quite safe as it has 110% surge protection. It is made in such a way that in case of overload surge, it shuts down automatically and that is why one will never have a short circuit problem with this. This strip is switch able and can be attached to any plug point that supports 220volts and 10 amps.
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