Our surge protected wall taps have been designed with safety in mind. They include Tamper Resistant (TR) outlets with internal shutters that block foreign objects from entering the open spaces to prevent accidental electrical shock from occurring. Here are some tips for connecting equipment: Download PDF Instructions TECHNICAL SUPPORT Please contact our Tech Support department with installation, troubleshooting, […]
Yes. The ground indicator light should be illuminated. If the light is not illuminated, there is a problem with the AC outlet into which the CyberPower surge suppressor is plugged. If this is the case, please disconnect the surge suppressor until the problem is resolved. The problem must be resolved before the CyberPower surge suppressor can be used.
Yes. The surge light should be illuminated. This indicates that the CyberPower surge suppressor is functioning properly. If the light is not illuminated, it indicates that the surge protector has received a catastrophic surge and will need to be replaced. CyberPower will replace the surge suppressor free of charge, provided the warranty terms and conditions are met.
To correctly use the IN and OUT jacks for the RJ11/45 phone/network ports:
The transformer outlets are spaced farther apart than the other outlets to accommodate transformer block adapters or any other adapters that are large in size. Transformer outlets can be used to connect any appropriate device to the surge suppressor.