SANUS CAPC01 Rackmount Power Conditioner

BH #SACAPC01B1 • MFR #CAPC01-B1
SANUS
SANUS CAPC01 Rackmount Power Conditioner
Key Features
  • 1RU Chassis
  • 11 x 2400 Joule Protected Outlets
  • Dual Pull-Out LEDs
  • Multi-Mode LED Panel
The CAPC01 from Sanus is a pro-quality power conditioner that provides power and protection in a slim design. The 1RU metal chassis fits in any standard equipment rack and offers 11 fast-acting AC outlets, each of which has 2400 Joule protection. The unit also a pair of pull-out LED lights to illuminate rack equipment. A multi-mode LED panel shows voltage, amps, and power consumption. The conditioner also has EMI and RFI filters to eliminate signal noise by up to 30dB.
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SANUS CAPC01 Rackmount Power Conditioner

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SANUS CAPC01 Overview

The CAPC01 from Sanus is a pro-quality power conditioner that provides power and protection in a slim design. The 1RU metal chassis fits in any standard equipment rack and offers 11 fast-acting AC outlets, each of which has 2400 Joule protection. The unit also a pair of pull-out LED lights to illuminate rack equipment. A multi-mode LED panel shows voltage, amps, and power consumption. The conditioner also has EMI and RFI filters to eliminate signal noise by up to 30dB.

Slim 1RU metal chassis fits in any standard equipment rack
11 fast-acting AC outlets, each of which has 2400 Joule protection
A pair of adjustable pull-out LED lights allow you to illuminate rack equipment
A multi-mode LED panel shows voltage, amps, and power consumption
EMI and RFI filters eliminate signal noise by up to 30dB
UPC: 793795521736

SANUS CAPC01 Specs

Built-in AC Outlets11
Protection2400 Joules
FiltersEMI and RFI
Power12A, 125V, 60Hz, 1500W
Dimensions (HxWxD)1.75 x 19 x 2.8" (44 x 483 x 71mm)
Weight5.45 lbs (2.48kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)20.5 x 7.9 x 3.4"
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