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Old 07-14-2018, 5:04 PM
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Default Power Line Conditioner Recommendation

Could anyone recommend a good power line conditioner?

I am thinking of a TrippLite LC2400 Line Conditioner 2400W AVR Surge 120V 20A 60Hz with 6 Outlet and 6-Foot Cord.

Looking to protect 4 scanners, two 12 volt regulated power supplies, and two portable 2m ham radios.

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Old 07-15-2018, 6:18 PM
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That TrippLite IS a very good start.
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Have you considered a UPS? Most decent uninterruptible power supplies will do surge suppression/power conditioning, plus you get the benefit of a UPS. And, they are cheaper than the TrippLite unit.
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I use APC UPS products for all my radio's, computers & music equipment. It provides surge protection, voltage regulation, conditioning & power backup all in one product. They last for years and you can get them for under $200 on sale.
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