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4 gang extension

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by philthyanimal, Mar 1, 2004.

  1. philthyanimal

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    Are there any rules to follow about going above 4 sockets.
    I need a six gang extension to power sub,amp,sk+,TV,RF video sender, and DVD.
    Are there any that are recommended?
     
  2. Member 34135

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    Rule one is not to exceed the total power rating of the socket strip (although I doubt you would) and certainly don't exceed 13 amps via one socket.

    You might want to consider a surge protector strip if you are worried about surges or a lightning strike?

    Some strips also come with insurance that cover the equipment if they fail to protect it.

    Regards,
    Andy.
     

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