Accell Adds Power Conditioning To PowerSquid

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Fremont, Calif. - Accell has launched a version of its flagship PowerSquid surge protector with power conditioning.


The PowerSquid surge protector and power conditioner delivers 1,080 joules of surge protection to five separate outlets equipped with a ProPower noise-reduction filter to reduce line static caused by RF and electromagnetic interference, which can show up as snow in video and crackling in audio.

The new 120-volt PowerSquid is rated at 15 amps, delivering 1,800 watts. It handles a maximum spike current of 72,000 amps; has a response time less than 1 nanosecond; a resettable circuit breaker: red and green LED protection working, grounded power and power on indicators; and delivers noise reduction up to 40dB from 150KHz to 100MHz.

It also features a 3-foot heavy-duty power cord, two-way mountable rubber feet to prevent slipping, a drop-tested ABS plastic housing and recessed master power button to prevent accidental switching.

"As distributors and resellers are always looking for innovative products to provide their customers, we're very excited to bring the PowerSquid surge protector and power conditioner to the distribution and retail channels," said Michael Weizer, Accell's marketing director.

The new PowerSquid is available now at a suggested retail of $34.95.

It is protected by Accell's five-year connected equipment, $100,000 limited warranty.


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