Furman PST-8 Power Station Home Theater Power Conditioner & Surge Protector - 8 Outlets, 2 Coax Pairs & Phone Line Protection

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Furman PST-8 Power Station Home Theater Power Conditioner & Surge Protector - 8 Outlets, 2 Coax Pairs & Phone Line Protection
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Furman PST-8 Overview

The Furman PST-8 Digital Power Station features Furman's SMP circuitry which incorporates Linear Filtering Technology (LiFT) and a high current TVZ-MOV to insure that any electronic device (e.g. television, projector, CD-DVD player, computer, etc.) is fed clean, filtered AC power. This dramatically reduces noise, ensuring consistent peak performance from all equipment.

Furman's proprietary Linear Filtering Technology (LiFT) suppresses AC noise evenly, assuring maximum performance from your system. SMP circuitry offers the highest degree of protection against electrical surges and spikes, and does this without sacrificing itself or any of its components. In addition, the Extreme Voltage Shutdown circuit automatically turns off the unit when it is fed 137 volts or higher, protecting itself and connected equipment from the extreme voltage.

8 linearly filtered outlets
Series Multi-Stage Protection (SMP) with a high current TVZ-MOV provides the highest level of AC surge suppression
Automatic Extreme Voltage Shutdown (EVS) guards your valuable equipment from dangerous wiring faults
Zero ground contamination circuitry assures the delivery of pure AC power thus protecting critical audio/video components
Cable satellite and Telco connectors deliver advanced protection to connected equipment
UPC: 654061011897

Furman PST-8 Specs

Input1x Power Cord with 3-prong plug
2x Coaxial F connector inputs
1x RJ11 telephone line input
Output8x 3-prong AC power outlets (NEMA 5-15P)
2x Coaxial F connector outputs
1x RJ11 telephone output
Surge Energy Rating188 V peak clamping @ 6000V 3000A input
BatteryN/A
Typical Backup RuntimeN/A
Audible AlarmNo
Agency CertificationsUL 1449
CompatibilityAC powered A/V equipment
Environmental RequirementsNot Specified by Manufacturer
Dimensions17.75 x 3.4 x 2.75" (45.1 x 8.6 x 7.0 cm) WxHxD
WeightNot Specified by Manufacturer
Equipment ProtectionNot Specified by Manufacturer
Additional Info
  • AC Noise Attenuation: > 40 dB from 10 khz. - 100 kHz, > 80dB from 100 kHz - 1GHz
  • Extreme Voltage Shutdown (EVS): >135 VAC
  • Rated Input Current: 15A
  • Input Breaker Capacity: 15A
Packaging Info
Package Weight4.98 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)23.6 x 7.25 x 5.1"
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What is the surge suppression joule rating for this equipment?
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can I use a short extension cord between my computer and the input socket of this unit to get around the limited spacing of the outlets? Or will the extra cord limit the protection?
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how long is the power cord ?
Asked by: Anonymous
The cable is approximately 8 feet in length.
Answered by: Mark S.
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The photo doesn't match it's description. Is it a pair of coaxial connectors or two pairs?
Asked by: Andriano
This would be a single input, and a single output.
Answered by: Darius
Date published: 2021-02-09

what king of warranty/guarantee does this product ...

what king of warranty/guarantee does this product have?
Asked by: Mark
This product comes with a 3 year manufacturer warranty
Answered by: jaime
Date published: 2020-06-26

What is the surge protection and other functional ...

What is the surge protection and other functional difference between this and the PST-6? I want to know if both units offer the same protection agains spikes, surges, lightning etc.
Asked by: Elliott
Unlike other manufacturers who use Joules as a measurement of surge protection, Furman indicates "clamping voltage" which means the voltage level at which the surge protection device reacts and diverts the over voltage and protects the downstream devices from damage. That noted, the PST-8's clamping voltage is 188 V while the PST-6's is 330 V. This means that the PST-8's reaction level threshold is lower and therefore faster to respond to sudden voltage surges providing protection.
Answered by: Gregorio M.
Date published: 2021-07-27

What's the difference between the two units? ...

What's the difference between the two units? Other than the $50 that is. One labeled standard, other ultrasonic.
Asked by: Chris
This version of the product contains 8 filtered and surge protected outlets. the Ultrasonic model consist of 4 digital-ultrasonic noise filtered outlets and 4 linearly filtered outlet.
Answered by: jaime
Date published: 2020-06-16

question

Does this come in sockets to fit Australian plugs?
Asked by: Anonymous
No, it does not.
Answered by: Ira M.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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