19 inch Rack with Power Meter Display. 16 Way with rear and front outlets. Built-in thermal fuse protection. 16 Way power distribution unit with assorted options of output configuration.
Input plug 10Amp. Single rack mount 1RU.
Breakout on both front and rear panels for a compact solution.
6 outlets, surge protection for spikes with 10Amps rated 240V. Illuminated master power switch. 10A Resettable fuse button. Single MOV spike arrester surge protection. 1 metre power cord with right angle plug.
The Datamaster® crimping tool kit is a precision steel hand tool for the professional. Three individual dies allow accurate termination of 4-position, 6-position and 8-position modular plugs. 6 position die also has an adjustment to accept MMP plugs. High quality. Includes carry case, connection assist and plugs.
Energy saving power boards are ideal for the environment because they reduce electricity consumption. This item has master and slave sockets that can detect power usage above 30 Watts. Once this is detected the slave outlets are enabled eg, Switch one item on and the other items switch on automatically. Also this item is part of the Green Energy series.
15 amp power distribution unit with mixed 10amp, 15amp and IEC C19 outlets. Vertical mounting 1RU 15WAY PDU. Outlet includes 12x 10A GPO, 2x 15A GPO and 1x IEC C19 sockets. Heavy duty Aluminium alloy casing. 15A Thermal magnetic circuit breaker. With 2 metres 3x 1.5mm² cable and 15Amp SAA mains power plug. Dimensions: 990mm x 45mm x 45mm.
We've added a new product to our range. A 25 metres Extension Power Cable Roll. Handy for jobs that require operation of several power tools. The roll has 4 built-in power sockets to interconnect with your electrical hand tools such as electric drill, small angle grinder, electric saw etc. Furthermore with the heavy duty cable you won't have to worry about voltage drop for 25metres.
The NSW EPA and City of Parramatta council can safely dispose of your electronic goods. They've organised free drop-off events in local communities such as on Saturday 18 November, 9am to 3pm, 316 Victoria Road, Rydalmere. Bring your unwanted TVs, cameras, phones, computers and IT accessories.
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