Categories (x) > Power > Power Distribution (x)

Results 21-28 of 28 < 1 2 3 

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Dual-Circuit Power Distribution Unit

Black Box Explains...The difference between the SurgeArrest and power strips.

It says UL® listed, so it must be okay, right? Don’t be fooled. The $5.99 surge suppressor you picked up for your home PC may be nothing more than a... more/see it nowmultiple outlet extension cord.

UL® listed means that a product has been submitted to Underwriter’s Laboratories® for safety testing in certain categories. The strip protector you just bought is probably listed in the extension cord category. It won’t stop harmful surges from destroying equipment data.

The UL® listing for surge suppressors is UL® 1449. APC® SurgeArrest® products received the best UL® 1449 rating. Some vendors rate surge protection on the basis of joule energy. But let-through should be compared.

Basically, let-through is a measure of how much of a spike or surge each protector will let though to your electronic equipment. The lower the let-through rating, the better the suppression. And the SurgeArrest is guaranteed forever—even if it takes a catastrophic hit. It may be the last surge protector you buy. collapse

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...APC ProtectNet

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...All-in-One Power and Surge Protector

Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Rackmount Surge Suppressors and Power Strips

  • Visio Stencil Drawing... 
  • Visio Stencil
    Stencil Drawings
Results 21-28 of 28 < 1 2 3 


Delivering superior technical support is our highest priority. Depending on the products or services we provide for you, please visit your appropriate support area.


You have added this item to your cart.

Important message about your cart:

You requested more of "" than the currently available. The quantity has been changed to them maximum quantity available. View your cart.

Black Box 1-800-316-7107 Black Box Network Services