power strip


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power strip

power strip

n.
A portable device consisting of a plug, wire, and one or more rows of electrical outlets, usually activated by a power switch.
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Only plug one power strip into a double outlet at a time and do not plug a power strip into another power strip.
4) Use a power strip: To turn all the devices off at once use the power strip and avoid the vampire power.
In addition, the company's SZM307 power strip was another star product in this promotion.
For those who plan to stay overnight or extend their visit in the cemeteries, Zaldarriaga also gave outdoor electrical safety tips, including using extension cords and power strips which are built for outdoor use; ensuring that they are securely installed (wires should be taped on areas where people are walking/crossing, and make sure water from rain and other sources don't reach the wires); and checking the capacity of the power strip before connecting appliances to prevent overloading.
This is one power strip you won't be kicking behind the couch.
The primary outlet typically powers your computer's central procesing unit because most other devices connected to the power strip at an office desk depend on your computer for their functionality.
If your router, access point, and broadband modem are all separate, plug them all into a power strip, then plug the power strip into the Reset Plug.
It also has a couple features you won't find on other saw stands, like a built-in GFCI-protected power strip and adjustable legs, which are extremely handy for cutting outside on uneven ground.
The power strip that sits under my work space at home frightens me.
Australian users can now purchase Huntkey SAC804 power strip in Costco.
Under normal circumstances, an investigator would ask the following simple question: Do you recognize this three-outlet power strip (which is said to have been used to house the bug and which provides power to electronic devices in the office, such as telephones, a steam engine, etc.
Use an advanced power strip as a central "turn off" point for common household energy vampires like TVs, digital TV converters, DVD players and computers.