Conserve Smart AV ™



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Conserve Smart AV

Reduce Standby Power

Now you can automatically turn off up to five entertainment system components when you turn off your TV, and easily reduce standby power.

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One Button Does It All

Control power to your whole entertainment system with the push of a button—your TV’s power button. Turn off your TV, and you DVD player, VCR, gaming console, receiver, subwoofers and more automatically turn off at the same time.

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Power Smart

The Master Outlet senses when your TV is on or off and controls power to five peripheral outlets for your AV components. Two outlets stay on for devices that need continuous power, like DVRs.

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User Guide

  • 8 total outlets
  • Master Outlet senses if your TV is on or off
  • Master-Controlled Outlets let you eliminate standby power to components like DVD players and gaming consoles using your TV's power button
  • 2 Not-Controlled Outlets for devices that need continuous power, like DVRs
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • Total Number of Outlets 1 Master, 5 Master-Controlled, 2 Not-Controlled
    Max. Spike Current (Total) 45,000A
    Max. Spike Voltage 6kV
    MOV: H-G 360J (201KD20)
    MOV: H-N 360J (201KD20)
    NOT GND Indicator Yes (red)
    Overload Protection Yes
    Clamping Voltage 400v
    AC Plug Style Standard
    Continuous Electrical Rating 15A/120V~/60Hz/1800W
    Joule Rating 1080 Joules
    EMI/RFI Noise Filter 150K Hz~100M Hz
    Emi/RFI Noise Filtration Yes
    EMI/RFI Noise Filter: X2 Capacitor 0.22uF

    Operating Temperature 40 degree C