[TenTec] Good Surge Suppressor

Jim Miller k4sqr at juno.com
Mon Aug 22 20:28:58 EDT 2005

Emmett & other interested readers;

Several years ago, one of our club members who is a broadcast engineer
brought a large box full of power strips to a meeting and gave an
excellent presentation. William showed all of us the difference in all of
them, with the Trip Lite Isobar 4, 6, or 8 outlet models are the best due
to the number of MOV's used in each model.
I use an 8 and a 4 for amateur gear across the den, and an 8 on the
computer hardware.
I know www.randl.com , R & L Electronics sells them, and have seen them
in Lowe's and The Home Depot.


On Sat, 20 Aug 2005 21:57:43 -0700 (PDT) Emmett Bean <kz5i at arrl.net>
> I currently have 2 HF rigs in my shack. A TenTec Omni VI with 961 
> power supply and a Kenwood TS-930 S/AT. 
> I want to plug them into a power strip or good surge supressor and I 
> am looking for some tips on a good supressor. 
> !73 Emmett de KZ5I 
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Jim Miller, K4SQR
4-Square, 2-High tri-band,
3-High Monoband Stack Systems
Our 16th year of 4-Square Systems

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