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Get an isobar power strip and it def won't get fried. I didn't see your post about the cable management until after my PM response. If anything fuzzes it will be the isobar and they will replace that on warranty which I doubt would ever happen.

 

That's a surge protector, but I agree that the ISOBAR surge protectors are just about the best. They aren't for protecting against what CyberPower is talking about here though. They're just trying to deal with less idiots.

 

Anyway, here's the ISOBAR I wish I had purchased, which is pretty much the best of the best:

 

http://www.tripplite.com/isobar-8-outlet-surge-protector-12-ft-cord-3840-joules~ISOBAR8ULTRA/

 

The one I ended up with is kind of silly for my setup:

 

http://www.tripplite.com/isobar-10-outlet-home-business-theater-surge-protector-8-ft-cord-3840-joules~HT10DBS/

 

It's still a badass, but lol yeah, it's kinda silly. The ISOBAR8ULTRA is even better and white and smaller and all 4 banks (8 outlets) are isolated instead of only 4 banks like on the HT10DBS.

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Those stuff are not available it says in my region, im located in Europe...fook me!
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post #3183 of 3909
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Those stuff are not available it says in my region, im located in Europe...fook me!

 

You don't need it. You're getting a little too worked up over this stuff. ;)

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"... The surge-induced triggering of MOVs can cause damage to an upstream device, such as an uninterruptible power supply (UPS), which typically sees an overload condition while the surge is being suppressed. Therefore, it is recommended not to connect a surge-protected power strip to a UPS, but instead to rely solely on surge protection provided by the UPS itself ..."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_strip#Surge_protection_and_filtering


Any half-decent UPS comes with built-in surge protection and EMI/RFI filtering. If you need to daisy-chain a power strip DOWNSTREAM from the UPS, use a simple (no surge protection or filtering) power strip.
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You don't need it. You're getting a little too worked up over this stuff. wink.gif

I will use a 2 way outlet splitter, i think it looks the simplest and safest way as it will just the same thing as having another outlet wired nearby...1 outlet of the splitter will go to the UPS and the other one to the powersplitter, seems like a good plan i think
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post #3186 of 3909
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I will use a 2 way outlet splitter, i think it looks the simplest and safest way as it will just the same thing as having another outlet wired nearby...1 outlet of the splitter will go to the UPS and the other one to the powersplitter, seems like a good plan i think

 

Yeah, whatever you want; as long as you're not overloading the outlet or the splitter, it's fine. Or you can connect the UPS to a nice power strip. Do whatever works for you; just be intelligent about it and don't overload anything. Remember, you're ultimately still limited by the outlet.

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Yeah, whatever you want; as long as you're not overloading the outlet or the splitter, it's fine. Or you can connect the UPS to a nice power strip. Do whatever works for you; just be intelligent about it and don't overload anything. Remember, you're ultimately still limited by the outlet.

i am not planning on connecting any more devices...

I think i will get that




You plug that to the outlet and it splits it into 2, left goes the UPS right goes the power strip
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Any half-decent UPS comes with built-in surge protection and EMI/RFI filtering. If you need to daisy-chain a power strip DOWNSTREAM from the UPS, use a simple (no surge protection or filtering) power strip.

What about my post just above? an outlet splitter wouldn't work better/safer?
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You don't need it. You're getting a little too worked up over this stuff. wink.gif

Half my fault...I am paranoid to the point of keeping things as simple as possible in this modern everything is synced world filled with hubs and daisy chains that resemble Russian Space Station from Armageddon. biggrin.gif
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What about my post just above? an outlet splitter wouldn't work better/safer?

 

Power is power. Don't let that silly statement on Cyberpower's site worry you. Just use common sense and be intelligent.

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