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Mecer Surge & Lightning protection
Mecer. Surge & Lightning protection. Computer hardware South Africa
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Telephone and power surge protector
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Protect your electronic equipment from lightning damage
Are you worried about your electronics and wiring in your home when lightning strikes?
Lightning and power surge protection is required by insurance. Lightning and power surges may cause permanent damage to your electronic equipment, including your Telephone, Television, hifi, computers and laptops.
Lightning has been known to cause fires in houses as a result of direct and indirect strikes on telephone lines and electrical wires.
What you need to protect to minimize power surge risks:
What you need to know about surge protectors
How often do you need to replace surge protectors?
Some surge protectors have indicator LEDs that show that the device needs to be replaced. Others do not. If you are running expensive equipment, or if your area experiences a number of lightning strikes, it is best to replace surge protectors at least every 2 years because the surge protector deteriorates as it absorbs more spikes.
High value equipment (TV/Computers) should get a new surge protector before each lightning season (at the end of Winter just before the rain).
Is wireless the best way to go instead of wired networks?
Yes, it is safer.