- Protecting Phase-Neutral, Fase-Earth and Neutral-Earth
- Maximum voltage: 250 Volt
- Maximum peak voltage: 2500 Volt
- Maximum peak current: 4500 Ampere
- Maximum peak energy: 3×65 Joule
- Response time: <25 nanoseconds
- Dimensions: 39.5mm diameter x 65mm (without pins)
- Weight: 110 gram
Interferences mostly arise on the network when switching a device on or off, but the disturbances can also be induced by industry in the neighbourhood or elevators in the building. Also computers, refrigerators, washing machines, dryers, power drills and many other to the mains supply connected appliances can cause interferences.
The presence of interference can be heard, but small interferences can only be proven by assistance of special measurement equipment. When you are having trouble with a CD- or DVD player that gets stuck in the menu, a tuner that for no reason jumps to another station, or a garage door that spontaneously opens, then it’s possible that a Pulse Protector will solve your problems.
The Pulse Protector is a robust assembled plug with components that convert each pulse above 250 Volt into thermal energy. By monitoring the Phase-Neutral, Phase-Earth and Neutral-Earth circuits, your equipment is in save hands. The Pulse Protector is not a filter. All signals under the 250 Volt barrier pass, high as well as low frequencies. The Pulse Protector will not even take notice of low voltage signals.
Therefore…..there will be no difference in sound character or sound image! Where to use?
There are two possible situations. You know where the pulses originate, or you have no clue where they’re coming from.
When you know which device produces the interference, you can solve the problem at the source. Place the Pulse Protector as close as possible to the device that is producing these pulses, preferably in the same (wall) socket. With ‘as close as possible’ we really mean as close as possible. Every centimeter away from the source will make the Pulse Protector less effective. Most likely this will solve the problem.
When you don’t know were the interference is coming from, you can only prevent them to reach your audio system by placing the Pulse Protector as close as possible to the device(s) you want to protect. Here the same rule counts: put the Pulse Protector in the same (wall) socket where also your audio device is connected to.
Placing several Pulse Protectors in the same area will not have a negative effect. They can not damage your system and don’t consume energy. Wherever a Pulse Protector is placed pulses make no chance!