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- Quantity: 99
- Weight: 8.70 Lbs
- UPC: 037332040022
- Vendor Part #: LC1200LC1200
1200 watt Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) system. Protects sensitive electronics, computer accessories and home theater equipment from power-related damage and performance problems. Extends the useful life of connected equipment by providing optimum voltage conditions for enhanced efficiency and cooler internal operating temperatures. Reliable transformer-based voltage correction circuits maintain 120V nominal output during voltage fluctuations between 89 and 147V. Three levels of voltage stabilization offer targeted response for overvoltages, undervoltages and severe brownouts. Prevents equipment damage and power related performance problems for computer accessories, printers, home theater equipment, a/v components and other sensitive electronic devices. Network-grade AC surge and EMI/RFI noise suppression. Supports loads up to 1200 watts, 10A. Includes 4 AC outlets, 7 ft AC line cord and 7 diagnostic LEDs which display incoming voltage level, surge suppression status and line fault status. 2 year warranty. $25,000 connected equipment insurance (USA & Canada only).
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|Submited By: Lynda Wells on 02/05/2009|
I have 3 Tripp Lite s in my office to insure that my expensive electronics don t belly-up if the electicity has a glitch. The most expensive equiptment is a TurboSonic Vibration machine that costs over $13,000 - and it s worth every penny I spent to add the Tripp Lite. Obviously, the most costly equiptment is of no use if it s "fried" by a surge! By the way, check out the TurboSonic at www.thewaytowellness.com.
|Submited By: David Whittle on 05/08/2009|
I use this to protect an Apple Mac tower computer and CinemaDisplay monitor. We have a problem with our older house s wiring -- every time the Heating/AC kicks on there s a brief power lag.
The Tripp Lite LC1200 smooths out the power during these occasional brief lags, and we know it s working because I can hear the Tripp Lite "click" when the AC kicks on.
The only negative, and it could be a big one for some people, is the LC1200 gives off a slight "hum". I wrote Tripp Lite s tech support about this and they said this sound is normal. So I wouldn t use this in a room intended to be completely quiet, like a home theater.
|Submited By: Windlord on 12/02/2009|
I ve been using the Tripp Lite LC series Line Conditioners personally and professionally since the early 1980 s. These units are responsible for a 0 loss rate do to fluctuations in power (especially surges and brown-outs) to receivers, transmitters, computer components, and all of the other equipment that they have been protecting over the years. The equipment protected lasts longer and works reliably even in the outlying areas where the line or generator supplied power is typically unsteady.
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