Surge Protection and Power Filtering For Wall-Mounted TV's and Projectors

Posted by Scott Davies on

Everyone know's it's a good idea to use a surge protection powerboard to protect your expensive components from lightning storms and other power surges. But how are you able to do this with your new wall mounted television when you've hidden all the cables? or your ceiling mounted projector?

Well Thor Technologies has seen this issue and come to the rescue with replacement power cable with inbuilt Surge Protection and Power Filtering. This product uses the same "Dynamic Active Tracking" technology which is used in their top of the range consumer power board the A12BF. This monitors the entire sine wave, then instantaneously sense and clamp any transient spikes

This product uses the same "Dynamic Active Tracking Filtration" technology which is used in their top of the range consumer power board the A12BF. This monitors the entire sine wave, then instantaneously sense and clamp any transient spikes and surges to a safe level.

It also uses their patented SC Regeneration Technology which does not degrade like other surge protection technology. A standard surge protection powerboard will only last one, maby two exposures to 6600V before it needs to be replaced. This SC Regeneration Technology is tested to over 100 x 6600V surges in a 1 hour period, showing no signs of stress or damage.

So maybe this technical information was a little too much for some of you, so here is why we recommend using the Thor Smart TViQ surge protection to all our customers with their wall mounted TV's and ceiling mounted Projectors.

  • Replacement cable which fits in tight spaces behind screen or projector
  • 6 year free replacement warranty by Thor
  • Industry leading surge protection (SC Regeneration Technology)
  • EMI / RFI Filtration to help remove Pixelation or Blurring of the picture.
  • Designed and Engineered in Australia to suit Australian Conditions

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