SX 202-R

SX 202-R

Rack Mountable Power Conditioner

New Frontier Electronics

Developed to provide surge protection and power conditioning for audio, video, broadcast and computer equipment, the rack mountable SX-202-R ($699) meets the most stringent government ratings, guaranteeing the user plenty of dependable protection from destructive spikes, surges, and inductive transients. Housed in a 2U chassis, the SX-202-R offers 12 standard grounded AC receptacles in two switched banks of six with EMI/RFI filtering. The unit provides protection from multiple surges of up to 6,000 volts, unlimited surge current protection and doesn’t produce any ground contamination. The SX-202-R also features a magnetic shielding steel enclosure, thermal overload protection and two self-test circuits with visual indicators. New Frontier Electronics, 2744 N. Sugan Rd., New Hope, PA 18938

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