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- Current Connection: Protect Your PC and Keep the Juice Flowing With Advanced Surge Protectors
Sooner or later you'll have to plug in. The latest desktops and laptops may be able to connect to the Internet and each other wirelessly, but they will always (eventually) need to be plugged in for power. A new generation of surge protectors is now features the latest level of protection and convenience to the modern family.
- What is AC and DC Power?
AC stands for alternating current, which is an electrical current that frequently reverses direction and DC is the abbreviation for direct current, which is a type of electrical current that travels through a circuit in only one direction.
- What is a Joule Rating?
A joule is a unit of electricity named after British physicist James Prescott Joule, and is defined by the International System as being equivalent to the amount of work done when a one-ampere current passes through a one-ohm resistance for the time duration of one second. Joule Ratings are often applied to surge protectors and power distributors, and are an indication of how much energy a given product is capable of absorbing.
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