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Surge suppressors only prevent excessive power to enter your system it does not solve the lack of power or if the frequency of the power changes.
-This is were a UPS make a difference! Unlike a sugar suppressor it fills in the power when it goes low or correct the frequency. There are different types of UPS's the cheaper units only kick in when the power is gone (power failure) the better units offer the fill in and frequency sync.
+This is were a UPS make a difference! Unlike a surge suppressor it fills in the power when it goes low or correct the frequency. There are different types of UPS's the cheaper units only kick in when the power is gone (power failure) the better units offer the fill in and frequency sync.
As an example I have APC's Back-UPS Pro units for my systems as living in the city I have poor power.
Even still, I would recommend you get an electrician in to have him check your house wiring. He can make sure your outlet you are using for your system is able to support the load (20 Amp for 120 Volts) and is properly grounded at the outlet as well as the fuse/breaker panel is properly grounded as well. Also make sure the ground tie-in is up to spec it may need to be replaced or cleaned up as over time they do break down.

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Surge suppressors only prevent excessive power to enter your system it does not solve the lack of power or if the frequency of the power changes.
This is were a UPS make a difference! Unlike a sugar suppressor it fills in the power when it goes low or correct the frequency. There are different types of UPS's the cheaper units only kick in when the power is gone (power failure) the better units offer the fill in and frequency sync.
As an example I have APC's Back-UPS Pro units for my systems as living in the city I have poor power.
-Even still I would recommend you get an electrical in to have him check your house wiring. Make sure your outlet you are using for your system is able to support the load (20 Amp for 120 Volts) and is properly grounded at the outlet and the fuse/breaker panel is properly grounded as well. Also make sure the ground tie-in is uptown spec it may need to be replaced or cleaned up as over time they do break down.
+Even still, I would recommend you get an electrician in to have him check your house wiring. He can make sure your outlet you are using for your system is able to support the load (20 Amp for 120 Volts) and is properly grounded at the outlet as well as the fuse/breaker panel is properly grounded as well. Also make sure the ground tie-in is up to spec it may need to be replaced or cleaned up as over time they do break down.

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Surge suppressors only prevent excessive power to enter your system it does not solve the lack of power or if the frequency of the power changes.

This is were a UPS make a difference! Unlike a sugar suppressor it fills in the power when it goes low or correct the frequency. There are different types of UPS's the cheaper units only kick in when the power is gone (power failure) the better units offer the fill in and frequency sync.

As an example I have APC's Back-UPS Pro units for my systems as living in the city I have poor power.

Even still I would recommend you get an electrical in to have him check your house wiring. Make sure your outlet you are using for your system is able to support the load (20 Amp for 120 Volts) and is properly grounded at the outlet and the fuse/breaker panel is properly grounded as well. Also make sure the ground tie-in is uptown spec it may need to be replaced or cleaned up as over time they do break down.

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