Surge overload rating of 220A. With a maximum rating >10A, continuous current rating 7A, it handles all voltages around the world from 90-240V.
The optimum configuration for each system is one Ground/Earth for the whole system. If a system has multiple Grounds/Earths, then it often creates unwanted ground loops. These systems will then have an annoying low-frequency hum (emitted from the speakers).
Current solutions either jeopardise (i) both safety and EMI shielding (e.g. cheater plug), or (ii) EMI shielding. And most are single country (US) uses only.
The GND Defender in the correct way, intelligently detects a ground loop and will cut the ground for that component.
With a GND Defender at the IEC power input, it will intelligently detect and remove the ground loop at the component.
Behind this, the GND Defender:
If multiple ground loops exist, more than one GND Defender may be required.
The GND Defender is smarter than the average ground lift. By a long way.
The GND Defender is not only at the cutting-edge in terms of technology but also safety:
Remember that best practice is to always keep at least one direct power cable connection.
|AI Ground Detection||Each unit will automatically disconnect the ground on that device|
|Ground Safe||Auto reinstatement of ground connection to pass current if a fault is detected|
|Voltage rating||90 – 240 volts|
|Surge overload rating||220A|
|Continuous current rating||10A (1100W – 2400W)|
|Universal IEC||Hospital-grade IEC connectors|
|Dimensions||68 x 37 x 32 mm / 2.7” x 1.5” x 1.3”|
|Weight||61g / 2.2oz|
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