Questions tagged [surge-suppression]

Electricity can sometimes experience voltage and frequency shifts that can damage sensitive electronics. A surge suppressor prevents this by bleeding off excess voltage and sending it to ground. Use for questions about these devices. Use with the [electrical] tag

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Surge protector for appliances - per appliance? Non-standard?

I was told by a technician that I need a separate surge protector for each appliance (washing machine, dryer, etc. They have electronic boards in them). I was also told that I need a special one for ...
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Would a surge suppressor at the main be a good idea?

I recently upgraded my kitchen, and now have a refrigerator, stove, microwave, and dishwasher with electronic controls. Add to these my TV's, new high efficiency washing machine, and computers, and I'...
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Whole house surge protector - wiring ground and neutral to same bus bar?

I've bought a whole-house surge protector that I'm installing in my main panel. In the interest of keeping the leads as short as possible, I can put it directly next to the breaker, which would also ...
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Brand new LG washing machine tripping AFCI combination breaker in new house

Hey this is less of a question than a problem I was able to trouble shoot, but I have a feeling other people might be going through the same situation and might have come up with other solutions to ...
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Toaster and Kettle cause my green power board to trigger

I had my computer connected to a green power board. The computer itself is on the master port and the screen, speakers, etc are on the slave ports. When the master port drops below 5 W, ie. when the ...