Member of the Global Technology Distribution Council (GTDC), Ingram Micro, has unveiled their latest surge protector line under the V7 brand. V7 is the house brand for Ingram Micro and the new V7 surge protector line promises added value to an ever increasing market in surge protection devices. Ingram Micro already is one of the leading makers of IT accessories worldwide.
With modern surge protectors you can guard computers from unwanted crashes and data corruption caused by power surges or power loss. Electrical storms can often strike transformers which will knock out power to your home or lightning can strike nearby and send a surge through your power lines thereby destroying unprotected equipment. Even certain appliances in your home can start a surge on the lines just by turning them on.
With the V7 surge protector you have five varying levels of protection all of which support the latest areas where surge damage has recently been discovered. Areas such as EMI/RFI filters and coaxial cables are prone to surges and can be more destructive than your typical outlet surge. V7 surge protectors utilize overload protection and noise filtering in one device. This is good for computers as well as home theater equipment.
You get a lifetime warranty with each surge protector from V7 and a connected equipment warranty offering to reimburse you for data loss and hardware failure should your device cease to function from abnormal causes. This protection extends from businesses to personal use for computers and all home or office electronics. The surge protectors at V7 are made to global standards as they are available across 150 countries.
Included in the line of protection is the V7 four outlet surge protector with standard EMI/RFI filtering and 450 Joules of protection. There is a $25,000 CEW attached to the warranty. The V7 six-outlet surge protector has all the protection of the former device with an increased 900 Joules and a $75,000 CEW. Moving up to the V7 seven outlet surge protector you get six standard outlets with room for one AC transformer, 1200 Joules of protection and the EMI/RFI standard filtering protection. The eight outlet device has four standard outlets and spacing for four transformers. In addition to EMI/RFI protection, there is RJ11 protection for phone lines and an 1800 Joules rating. And the final piece to the V7 surge protector line is the eleven outlet surge protector. Seven standard outlets paired with four transformer outlets and all the protection of the previous models. This device tops out at 3600 Joules and has a $400,000 Connected Equipment Warranty.
Most of these devices are available through government and education resellers, but there are some brick and mortar retailers as well as online shopping available. If you haven’t had the chance to find surge protection at an affordable price, be sure to buy a V7 surge protector and you won’t be disappointed.