Tributaries Cable T3 Flatpanel Power Pak

Tributaries Cable announces the T3 Flat-Panel Power Pak
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Tributaries Cable T3 Flatpanel Power Pak

Dec 3, 2009 12:09 PM

Tributaries Cable T3 Flat-Panel Power Pak

Tributaries Cable announces the T3 Flat-Panel Power Pak. The new triple-outlet model incorporates high-current surge protection and RFI AC line filtering. The T3 features a super slim design—with a depth of just 1.5in., the entire unit plugs directly into the wall socket, easily fitting behind a flatpanel unit. To assure maximum clearance behind a display, the T3 has three edge-mounted AC outlets—two fixed outlets as well as one AC outlet and one RF connection outlet that can be rotated 90 degrees providing variable plug-in arrangements. The T3 offers substantial surge protection: 1080 joules and the benefit of AC line filtering, substantially reduces the possibility that radio-frequency noise will be induced via the AC supplies of connected audio or audio-video components, as well as a red protected LED to confirm the unit is working properly. Price: $80

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