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Adapters & Plugs & Surge Protectors

R20 - R220
INFORMATION

Description

When it comes to setting up a growing space, it is likely that there will be a few devices that need to be plugged in. Green Houston offers a variety of adapters to ensure enough space for all your important devices to be plugged in at once.

 

Options

3 Way Euro Socket Adapter

  • 3 x 5A (230V)
  • Safety Shuttered

Contour and Euro Adaptor

  • 1 x 2 pin + 1 x contour sockets (230V)
  • Safety Shuttered

Heavy Duty Plugtop 230V

  • Amps: 16A
  • Re-wirable 

Surge Secure Power Protector Plug 250V

  • 3 pin plug
  • Protects 1 appliance
  • Max total combined surge current (Amps): 18 000 - 24 000
  • Max total combined surge current (Joules): 500 - 700
  • Protection component response time (nSec): <25
  • Max connected load: 3680W
  • 2 Year warranty claim period | R30 000

8 Way Surge Secure Power Protector 250V:

  • 4 x 3 Pin Sockets | (16A)
  • 3 x Euro Sockets & 1 x Contour Socket | (5A)
  • 0.5m cord
  • Overload protection
  • Safety shuttered
  • Illuminated ON/OFF switch
  • Wall mounting screws supplied
  • Max total combined surge current (Amps): 18 000 - 24 000
  • Max total combined surge current (Joules): 500 - 700
  • Protection component response time (nSec): <25
  • Max connected load: 3680W
  • 2 Year warranty claim period | R30 000

Insulation Tape  

Electrical tape or insulation tape is a type of pressure-sensitive tape used to insulate electrical wires and other materials that conduct electricity. It can be made of many plastics, but Green Houston's is made from PVC, as it stretches well and gives an effective and long lasting insulation.

Long lasting high quality PVC Insulation tape that can be used for insulating, connecting and splicing electronical wires.

  • Length: 10m
  • Resistant to moisture, abrasion, flame and weather.
  • Indoor and outdoor use.
  • Colour: White
  • Width: 19mm
  • Thickness: 0.15mm
  • Rating: 240V

 

What is a surge?


As we live in a country with an unstable power supply, care to protect our household appliances and electronic equipment is paramount.

A power surge can occur when power is restored after an interruption in the electricity supply, load shedding, vandalism to substations, cable theft, general power outages and when socket outlets are overloaded as a result of plugging in too many devices to the same socket. Even though the duration of a spike is typically less than a thousandth of a second, never underestimate the extent of damage that could be caused to household appliances and electronic equipment.