protect electronics during outages

How to Protect Your Electronics During Outages

Are you worried about how load-shedding and power surges can damage your electronics? Here’s how you can protect them.

You can easily protect your sensitive electronic equipment from being damaged. Surges are guilty of zapping your electrical appliances and sensitive electronics. You can now avoid damaging your electronics by applying a couple of smart steps. We tell you how simple the process is.

You Can Put Your Mind At Rest With These Suggestions

  • You would probably find that there is an invisible enemy harming your devices without even realising it.
  • The culprit could be anything from lightning strikes, power dips, and spikes to brownouts or blackouts.
  • Electrical surges can damage your electronics too. These will  overload and short out the circuitry. This could then damage all your sensitive electronic equipment.
  • An invisible culprit may harm your devices, or they can degrade them. This could take place over a long period.
  • It is time to learn more about saving your money and protect your property.

Learn more about surges. Save money and protect your property.

Do You Want to Protect Your Devices Any Way Possible?

  • You need to install a surge protection device, which is a good idea. These are also referred to as SPDs.
  • It is so easy for you to take action. You can protect your devices by limiting transient voltages.
  • Your device is protected by installing SPDs. This takes place through the diversion and limitation of surging currents.
  • An SPD can also repeat these functions as specified.
  • We often refer to SPDs as Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors or Secondary Surge Arrestors.

Have you ever wondered what it looks like? Will it really help me?

  • You soon will learn that your SPD looks similar to a regular plug strip.
  • You need to know that your plug strip does not automatically offer protection from surges, so be alert to this challenge.
  • Unless it specifically says so, don’t assume your plug strip offers surge protection.
  • You can also install specific electrical outlets. These should offer your electronic adequate surge protection.
  • Surge protection outlets are useful in locations where there isn’t room for a plug-in surge protector. This could, for example, be a countertop in a kitchen.

Contact Us Today to Protect Your Electrical Devices! You can get a free quote on a range of devices – just send us a message. Or you could call us in Johannesburg, Cape Town, or Durban. PHD Powerhouse is offering clients reliable power solutions in a world where power supply is challenging!