SURGE PROTECTION - STILL NEED A GENERATOR?
An Efficient Surge Suppressor Is Critical
I built a beautiful villa with all the quality appliances, televisions, air conditioning, etc.
We were informed we needed to protect our electrical equipment against power surges. We purchased individual surge protectors for the televisions and computer. We had a surge protector installed for the house. We'll never know if it was any good because the electrician installed it incorrectly. Power surges came and all the protective devices fried. In addition, our water filtration system was toast; along with the garage door opener, air conditioners, refrigerator, oven, microwave oven and more.
We have installed a new surge suppressor and have not had anymore problems ~ it's functioning marvelously. Through trial and error, we finally decided on a protector with a long-term warranty. . . most have only a one-year warranty.
How Does a Surge Protection Device (SPD) Work?
A surge creates a difference in potential between the affected conductors, that could increase the surge current. The surge suppressor equalizes potential difference between those conductors.
We discovered that with the huge advances in home theaters, computers, etc., one needs a suppression system that is up to the challenge. We found ECS's Sine Tamer was our answer. Their Advantage series provides us with unmatched performance and safety. This makes it the best and most advanced surge protective device available today. Energy Control Systems received the President's "E" Award, which honors companies who make significant contributions toward increasing U.S. exports. This award is for U.S. companies that build things here and sell them around the world.
The Sinetamer solution encompasses the deployment of a fourth Generation Technology of surge transient protection system. This is more than just a typical lightning arrestor which can be found on electrical panels around the world.
Sinetamer is an engineered solution designed for the ultra sensitive nature of all variations of microprocessor based devices. They have twenty-five plus years of experience and an existing range of over eighty-thousand different devices.