Panamax MR-4000 power management unit
Panamax says its new MR-4000 power conditioning and protection solution is designed to keep electronics running at their full capabilities at a cost that is reasonable to most consumers.
Power conditioning and surge protection is one of the most difficult product categories to define and explain to consumers. Ultimately, most consumers never fully understand it until something bad happens and they lose their electronics equipment to a power event.
Panamax‘s new MR series of components are designed to protect the investment consumers make into their electronics without blowing up their budget for other expenditures. The first of the MR series of products is the MR-4000 and this product incorporates the company’s Level 2 Power Cleaning, Linear Filtration and Automatic Voltage Monitoring (AVM) technologies to help electronics to perform to their capabilities, and to provide surge protection.
The 1RU high product also incorporates the Panamax’s latest industrial designs to allow installers to place it in a place that’s visible to homeowners or to use it as a piece that’s installed into a rack system. In total the MR-4000 offers eight outlets with seven rear mounted and one on the front panel, and Panamax supports the unit with an optional rack mounting installation kit.
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