Asia Powercom launches surge protector with dual USB

By Team Digit | Updated 3 Apr 2013
Asia Powercom launches surge protector with dual USB
  • In what seems to be an industry first, Asia Powercom has launched a new surge protector which not only has regular power ports but also has dual USB ports.

Asia Powercom, manufacturer of power protection components which is a division of Powercom Co. Ltd, today launched AsiaPower Surge Protector with dual USB charging. The surge protector provides surge free power to your electronic equipments. The USB charging can be used for smartphone, mobiles, tablets, MP3/MP4 players, PSP, Powerbank, etc.

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Tejas Sheth, Country Manager, India at Asia Powercom was quoted saying "Our Asia Power Surge protectors are designed to not only provide multi sockets/ports but also to protect the electronic equipments including gadgets. The powerful protection from surge and lightning, overload and short circuit. With USB charging & universal electric sockets and an all-in-one package to carry conveniently anywhere."

Key Features

  • Surge protector with multiple sockets
  • Surge & Lightning Protection
  • Resettable circuit breaker
  • Copper alloy universal sockets
  • 1.8 meters power cord
  • Overload & short circuit protection
  • USB charging for smartphone, mobiles, tablets, MP3/MP4 players, PSP, Powerbank, etc.

Models with key features:

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Model
AP-22A
AP-42A
AP-30A
AP-50A
Universal Sockets
2
4
3
5
USB Sockets
2
2
-
-
Max. USB charging current
1.2A
1.2A
-
-
Surge Protection

380 joules, 7000A

 
 
 
Max Load current
10A
 
 
 
Continuous load rating

240V, 6A, 50Hz

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Price:
Computer Power Surge AP 22A - Rs. 599
Computer Power Surge AP 42A - Rs. 699
Computer Power Surge AP 30A - Rs. 449
Computer Power Surge AP 50A - Rs. 499

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These surge protectors come with a warranty period of 1 year and available ex-stock.
 

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