TRIPP LITE Line Conditioner- LS604WM - Ultimate Pellet Stove electrical protection
TRIPP LITE Line Conditioner. Part # LS604WM not only the best surge protection but also keeps power regulated to keep pellet control panel working properly. The ultimate in premium surge and voltage spike protection plus low voltage malfunctioning too!
If you have a surge protector on your pellet stove and the control panel is still not functioning properly, the cause can be low AC Line voltage fluctuations. Low voltage does not damage the control panel and it will test fine but still may not work properly and this AC Line conditioner may help.
If the AC line voltage in the wall outlet goes above 140 or especially below 87 VAC even for a very short time, then this kicks in and the green light turns yellow to show the voltage is being held within this safe fictional range.
- Automatically adjusts low voltage
- 600 watts continuous
- 4 NEMA 5-15R outlets
- Wallmount cabinet keeps unit conveniently out of the way
For today's Pellet Stoves, It is important to keep the voltage within the above range so the sensitive pellet stove control panel capacitors work properly to keep the heat level and other buttons from freezing up. This can also happen if the panel is turned off and then turned back on too quickly. In this case just turning this AC line conditioner off-on will reset the control panel. Also using the power switch, you can easily disconnect your stove for the summer or during a storm.
Surges, spikes and EMI/RFI line noise wear down sensitive circuitry and can cause premature aging or total failure of sensitive electronic equipment. Tripp Lite’s LS604WM Line Conditioner provides comprehensive protection and performance enhancement for computers, A/V components, point-of-sale equipment and all 120V electronics. The LS604WM also filters out disruptive line noise that can degrade the quality of your components or corrupt or erase data. With its 600-watt, 5-amp output rating and four 5-15P outlet, the LS604WM provides ample capacity for multiple components.
- Computers, routers, modems, printers, home theater components, point-of-sale equipment and other sensitive electronics that require conditioned 120V power for top performance