Pro Audio AV Studio Power Sequencer PS1000
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I recently purchased the ps1000. If there is a voltage surge how do I know it is protecting my equipment? There is no breaker button on the outside (front or back) to manually reset the device after the button pops out after a surge. Also is there a way to display the temperature all the time rather than the voltage. Please explain when you get a moment. Thank you
It uses an internal surge suppressor.
Many other units have a dedicated light indicating surge suppression is intact. How does this unit behave if the surge suppression has failed?
Built-in Safety, Spike & Surge Overload Protection to trigger the circuit breaker to trip off
Just purchased this ps 1000 The voltage readout reads 113/114 not normal. My other unit stays @ 120 They are both on the same elec. line Is this unit defective? Thankx, Mike
If there is a difference with the voltage readout there is a problem with the unit and it requires recalibration
Can the rack mount brackets on the PS1000 be removed, since I will not be mounting it in a rack?
Yes it should be removable
Is it possible to dim the lights.
There is no option to dim the light
Is the PS900 or PS100 better to remove ground hum in a home studio environment?
The PS1000 is the latest when it come to power conditioning. Ensures the Safety of Electrical Equipment with Clean AC Power. It also has Noise/Interference/Distortion Eliminator Circuitry.
Do the outlets power off in reverse order? I would expect that they power on from 1 to 8, then power off from 8 to 1, but would like to be sure. If you power on the unit, turn a single outlet off, and power down the unit, will that outlet still be powered down when you turn the unit back on? Thanks!
Yes, it powers off in reverse, and the unit will stay powered down if you turn off the switch. You will need to restart the sequence