Keep your electricals charged up when youre abroad with the Avantix European Travel Plug Adapter Twin Pack . Perfect for iPod chargers, mobile phone chargers, portable speakers and more. Manufactured from impact resistant plastic, they are sure to remain in tact whilst travelling.
Make sure your UK appliances can be used in any European country with the Avantix European Travel Plug Adaptor Twin Pack . Manufactured from impact resistant plastic, the Avantix European Travel Plug Adaptors are useful for iPod chargers, portable DVD players, notebooks, battery chargers and all of your other indispensable electronic items abroad! Keep yourself powered up with the Avantix European
White 150W Lampholder with Integral Cord Grip BC High heat resistance (T2 rated) to BS EN 61184:1995 Max lamp rating: 150W Plunger springs are enclosed in brass sleeves Zinc plated steel bayonet sleeve for durability BS EN 60598-2-1 BS EN 61184:1995
APCs Switched Rack Power Distribution Units (PDUs) are premium solutions to many of the power management problems seen in todays IT environments. Some of the problems are unauthorized use of power outlets, locked-up equipment, in-rush current, overloaded circuits, and the need of remote access to power outlets in the rack. The Switched Rack PDUs address these problems through individual outlet
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APC Switched Rack Power Distribution Units (PDUs) enable advanced, user-customizable power control and active monitoring. Remote outlet level controls allow power on/off functionality for power recycling to remotely reboot equipment and restrict unauthorized use of individual outlets. Power sequencing delays allow users to define the order in which to power up or down attached equipment. Avoid