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Monitoring power interruptions and fluctuations protects your valuable equipment and provides the data needed in the event of problems. Educate yourself before calling an electrician or contacting you electric utility. A proactive approach to power monitoring is now smart, simple and inexpensive.

Here's some interesting facts:


  • Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) is one of many power utilitity companies and it states clearly “YOU are responsible for providing any devices needed to protect your sensitive equipment that cannot operate within the voltage variations of PG&E�s normal electrical service.” “PG&E is not liable for damage to your equipment or any other damage from variation in service voltage that are allowable under this rule.”
  • The Energy Information Administration (EIA), a statistical agency of the US Department of Energy, notes that more than 17 million United States users were impacted by an electrical “major disturbance or unusual occurrence” in 2006. EIA further acknowledges that these “major disturbances and unusual occurrences” represent only about 1% to 2% of the total electricity outages experienced by both consumers and businesses.
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