WHAT GOES WRONG WITH THE POWER SUPPLY?
It is commonly believed that the electricity we receive at our homes and offices is a steady and consistent flow, but unfortunately, this is not always the case. Although the power leaving the station is typically of high quality, it often becomes polluted with disruptions and interference by the time it reaches its final destination. There are various factors that can cause electrical and electronic issues, but the most frequently encountered ones are; Low Voltage*, High Voltage – Surges, High Voltage – Spikes**, RFI & EMI Interference, Power Loss or Blackouts, Lightning Strike. Electrical interference, also known as hash, is a pervasive form of noise that results from the operation of everyday devices such as light switches, heaters,monitors, and radios. As modern electronic equipment increasingly employs micro-circuits, which have less tolerance for voltage fluctuations and interference, the need for safeguarding sensitive electrical and electronic devices has become more critical. As the power grid experiences more disruptions,interference, and voltage fluctuations due to an expanding population and higher energy demands, protecting one's equipment has become more essential than ever before.