- Filter the surges that can damage hardware and software
- Fitted with a two-metre mains cable and three-pin plug
- Compliant with British safety standards.
These surge protected extension leads are designed to protect your computer and other important electrical equipment from potentially harmful power surges. They will filter the surges and spikes which can damage hardware, destroy data, detrimentally affect equipment performance and shorten the components' lifespan.
Completely protect all your equipment by fitting surge protection on all your electrical connections, such as AC mains, data, telephone and co-axial lines. The extension lead includes a surge activated indicator.
There are various styles available, with all of them fitted with a two-metre mains cable and a three-pin plug (except for style number LIT57).
Some of the styles (numbers LIT76 and LIT77) include fly leads for telecoms, aimed at protecting modems and fax machines. Style number LIT77 has wider socket spacing, enabling the use of transformers and similar items, without reducing access to adjacent sockets. It also includes an ancillary co-axial surge-protected circuit.
The surge protected extension leads are set at a convenient angle, ensuring the cable can be tidied neatly, whether it's desk or wall-mounted.
The product is compliant with British Standards BS1363, BS1363/A (rough handling) and BS5733 and is also approved by the British Standards Institution.
We sell a large range of electrical safety equipment designed to ensure all employers fulfill their obligations, under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, to safeguard their employees in a safe and well-managed environment.
One of the most important aspects of the working environment is electrical safety. If you work in an environment where there are many electrical cables, ensure they are not a trip hazard by using our cable tidy to harness the wires, avoiding office clutter.
If cables are left unprotected, you may be exposing your employees to trip hazards or potentially dangerous electric shocks.