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#41275 08/23/04 09:54 PM
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I am looking for a good quality commercial grade hardwired plug mold type surge protected power strip.

Any good suggestions?

Thank you

[This message has been edited by Edward (edited 08-23-2004).]


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What are you using it for? I ask because if it is in a rack we just power a regular Wire Mold strip from a surge protector or UPS.

If this is on a wall I don't know of anything. I suppose you could run a dedicated circuit and power it through a surge suppressor installed next to the panel.

-Hal


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