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SurgeX

SX-1115-RT

SurgeX Rackmount Surge Eliminator and EMI/RFI Noise Filter with Remote Turn-On - 120 volt, 15 amp - Model SX-1115-RT

IN STOCK - ships in 2-3 business days from the SurgeX factory in North Carolina

No risk, no questions asked, 30 day return policy. 100% refund. We pay the return shipping (Continental U.S. only)

Manufacturer: SurgeX
Model: SA-1810
Voltage/Amperage Rating: 120 volts/15 amps
Input connector: 9 foot cord with NEMA 5-15P plug
Output Connectors: (10) NEMA 5-15R 
Weight: 8.5 lbs
Dimensions: 4.0"H x 10.2"W x 4.2"D

  • Remote turn-on & turn-off
  • Catastrophic over & under voltage protection
  • Advanced Series Mode® surge elimination technology
  • EMI/RFI impedance tolerant noise filtering
  • Magnetic shielding steel enclosure
  • Improves audio and video performance
  • Eliminates surge energy without the harmful side effects of ground contamination and common mode disturbances 
  • Provides 100% fail-safe, non-sacrificial protection

Features

The SurgeX SX-1115-RT rackmount surge eliminator is engineered to safeguard audio and video equipment in your home or professional environment; protecting your equipment from electrical transients that can cause malfunction and downtime.

The Remote Turn-On/Off allows for remote reboots that can reduce service calls. 

Unlike standard surge protectors and power strips that "fry" the first time they get hit with a disturbance, the SX-1115-RT is not sacrificial - it will not fail and will not degrade. Its patented Advanced Series Mode technology utilizes inductive/capacitive circuitry to totally eliminate the surge, and not divert it to ground where it would contaminate the circuit.

SurgeX protects the audio/video systems in some of the nation's most prominent venues, including Carnegie Hall, Dallas Cowboys Stadium, Yankee Stadium, Hubble Telescope Center and Staples Center.

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