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Surge suppressor power strip

Julian Lopez 2 years ago updated by Shaun A Kranish (Principal) 1 year ago 1
Hi, does your surge suppressor lower the dirty electricity? I currently have a regular power strip where I have my router, home security cameras, and other elctronics hooked on and my stetzerizer gives me readings at mid 200's when everything is turned on. When I turn off the power strip, the readings go down to mid 40's. Will your power strip remedy this, or should I buy filters?

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The shielded surge suppressor is designed to block or "trap"  the high voltage electric field which contains dirty electricity.  So based on measurements and our understanding of dirty electricity - we believe it greatly helps reduce exposure.  So we always recommend the shielded surge suppressor and EHS-Shield cords for areas where occupants spend time nearby.

It is still recommended to use filters.  Your Stetzerizer Meter readings won't be lower there simply because of the shielded surge suppressor.  It is still recommended to use filters as well.  So for desks or other areas where a power strip is within 10 feet I would recommend using the shielded surge suppressor and the filters together.

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The shielded surge suppressor is designed to block or "trap"  the high voltage electric field which contains dirty electricity.  So based on measurements and our understanding of dirty electricity - we believe it greatly helps reduce exposure.  So we always recommend the shielded surge suppressor and EHS-Shield cords for areas where occupants spend time nearby.

It is still recommended to use filters.  Your Stetzerizer Meter readings won't be lower there simply because of the shielded surge suppressor.  It is still recommended to use filters as well.  So for desks or other areas where a power strip is within 10 feet I would recommend using the shielded surge suppressor and the filters together.