TOT AVR power conditioner

TOT AVR power conditioner

Description

Winner of a coveted CE Pro Best Award at CEDIA Expo 2015, the TOT AVR builds upon Torus Power’s compact and competitively priced TOT Series of toroidal isolation transformers, adding Automatic Voltage Regulation (AVR) to a robust feature set. Automatic Voltage Regulation technology counters the effects of voltage sags, power line surges and brownouts that can stress and shorten equipment life by providing stable voltage within a +/- 10V threshold. AVR detects and automatically compensates for abnormally high or low voltage to ensure that the voltage powering equipment remains at optimal levels.

Compact and competitively priced, the TOT AVR isolation transformer uses Plitron’s ‘LONO’ (Low Noise) transformer design technology, which eliminates audible noise in the power transformer, in tandem with the Company’s Narrow Bandwidth Technology (NBT) noise-filtering technology, to restore incoming power to its clean original state regardless of power-line conditions.

Features:

Input voltage: 170-270V
Output voltage: 220, 230 or 240V ± 10V
Rated output current: 4A
Number of outlets: 3
Power rating: 960VA
Frequency: 50/60Hz
Dimensions W x H x D: 318 x 101 x 369 mm

Review links: 

Torus TOT AVR Hi Fi Plus 141  SEE REVIEWS AND DOWNLOADS

Torus TOT AVR Hi Fi Plus Awards Product of the Year  SEE REVIEWS AND DOWNLOADS 

PRODUCT REVIEW: Hi Fi Plus 141

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"This is one of those all too rare products that does what it’s supposed to do without the need for gift-wrapping or fuss and as a result comes highly recommended."

PRODUCT REVIEW: Hi Fi Plus Power Conditioner of the Year 2016

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In its awards 2016 issue, Hi Fi Plus magazine said “You'll hear the improvement in the first few bars of music played with the TOT AVR in place, and you'll hear it taken away when it's removed. A ten minute demonstration would seal the deal and the majority of people would buy one at the end of it. lt's that simple, and that good!"

Torus Power TOT AVR Datasheet

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