Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Material:||PC Or ABS||Color:||White Or Discuss|
|Size:||4 Way Power Strip||Rated Current:||15A|
|Rated Voltage:||125V||Product Usage:||Household And Similar Purposes|
Power Strip Surge Protector Multi Socket Outlet 4-Outlets with UL Listed Cord Smart Power Socket
• Safety Guaranteed: UL Certificated (plug, cord and power board) .
• All-in-one Designed: The JIAJIE power strip with 4 AC outlet heavy duty extension power cord which meets your need.
• All-around Protection: Power strip with overheat, overload, over-voltage, short-circuit, over-current & fireproof protection always keeps the safety of your devices.
• Surge Protect: With high Joules surge protection, the JIAJIE surge protector can protect your TV, computer, cooker, stereo and most household appliances.
• What You Get: 24 months JIAJIE warranty.
|Type||Extension Socket Socket|
|Material||PC or ABS|
|Color||White or discuss|
|Size||4 way power strip|
|Payment||TT 30% before production,TT 70% before delivery|
|Product Usage||Household and similar purposes|
|Keyword||UL Extension Plug And Socket|
Energy-saving Features and Standby Power
Some power strips have energy-saving features, which switch off the strip if appliances go into standby mode. Using a sensor circuit, they detect if the level of power through the socket is in standby mode (less than 30 watts), and if so they will turn off that socket. This reduces the consumption of standby power used by computer peripherals and other equipment when not in use, saving money and energy. Some more-sophisticated power strips have a master and slave socket arrangement, and when the "master" socket detects standby mode in the attached appliance's current it turns off the whole strip.
However, there can be problems detecting standby power in appliances that use more power in standby mode (such as plasma televisions) as they will always appear to the power strip to be switched on. When using a master–slave power strip, one way to avoid such problems is to plug an appliance with a lower standby wattage (such as a DVD player) into the master socket, using it as the master control instead.
A different power strip design intended to save energy uses a passive infrared (PIR) or ultrasonic sound detector to determine if a person is nearby. If the sensors don't detect any motion for a preset period of time, the strip shuts off several outlets, while leaving one outlet on for devices that should not be powered off. These so-called "smart power strips" are intended to be installed in offices, to shut down equipment when the office is unoccupied.