In the configuration you present, only the surge suppresor in Strip A
would be effectively 'doing its work' while the other strips would act
simply as 'extension cords'. Think about it.
Quoting Pete Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> This may be stretching the topic limits a little, but since I've seen
> lots about shack wiring here I hope it's acceptable:
> I have my shack wired through a series of plug strips, such that I can
> switch off the whole radio side at once without affecting computers or
> lighting. In effect, all of the outlets are in parallel, but strip A is
> plugged into the wall, Strip B into Strip A, and Strip C into Strip B.
> I recently bought another surge suppressor strip and was surprised to
> see a safety warning about NOT connecting strips this way. So long as
> each of the strips has an identical current rating, or at least so long
> as those closer to the wall outlet are rated higher than those further
> along, is there any real reason not to do what I have done?
> 73, Pete N4ZR
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