Electricity spikes can degrade wiring insulation and destroy electronic devices like battery chargers, modems and TVs.
A power surge protector (also known as an extension block, power board, power bar, plug board, trailing gang, trailing socket, plug bar, trailer lead, multi-socket, multi-box, multiple socket, multiple outlet, polysocket and by many other variations) is a block of electrical sockets that attaches to the end of a flexible cable (typically with a mains plug on the other end), allowing multiple electrical devices to be powered from a single electrical socket.
Power surge protector are often used when many electrical devices are in proximity, such as for audio, video, computer systems, appliances, power tools, and lighting.
Power surge protector often include a cirbuit breaker to interrupt the electric current in case of an overload or a short circuit. Typical housing styles may include strip, rack mount, under-monitor and direct plug-in
Packaging dimensions & weights:
Individual carton 10x20x30 cm, 300g
NOTE: Master package contains 20x multiplug