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Monday, April 19, 2010

CE Mark for extension socket board

Power strip

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French/Belgian power strip

A power strip (also known as an extension lead, power board and by many other variations) is a strip of sockets that attaches to the end of a flexible cable and allows multiple devices to be plugged in. As such it can be considered a type of trailing socket though that term is more often used for single and double cable mounted sockets. The term is also used to refer to the complete assembly with the power strip on one end and a plug on the other. Power strips are often used when many electrical devices are in proximity, especially with audio/videoand computer systems.

Power strips have a maximum wattage specified to them, such as 3500 W.



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