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Furutech e-TP80S NCF


e-TP80S NCF specifications: Voltage: AC 125V 50/60Hz
 Fuse current: 15 A
 Loading watt: 1875 W
 Grounding outlet: 8 Holes
 Overload protective type: Automatic circuit (replacement of varistor required after surge protection event)
 Insulation volt.:  AC 1500V 1 MINUTE 5mA
 Leakage current: Under 1.0mA
 Max. Spike voltage: 6000V
 Max. Clamping voltage: 360V (8×20μSec)
 Max. Surge current: 4500A (8×20μSec)
 Noise Filter: -20db~92db (2~100Mhz)
 Energy (2ms):40J
 Insulation resistance: 300MΩ Above DC 500V
 Body material: AL. ALLOY PLATE (PAINTED)
 Power indicator: LED
 Surge protection indicator: LED
 Beautifully engineered rhodium-plating treatment nonmagnetic Phosphor bronze receptacles.
 Receptacle insulated with RoHS compliant special audio grade nylon/fiberglass with a special anti-resonance nano-sized crystalline, piezo ceramic particles and carbon damping material body with special anti-resonance nano-sized crystalline “NCF” material polycarbonate cover for improved vibration damping.
 Furutech’s Top high-end audio grade IEC inlet FI-06 NCF(R)
 Formula GC-303
 High-quality nano ceramic particle composite Isolator Footers.
 Outward size: 400X130X60 mm approx.
 Net Weight: 1.8Kg approx.


Nano Crystal² Formula (NCF).
Incorporated into selected Furutech products, NCF features a special crystalline material that has two ‘active’ properties. First, it generates negative ions that eliminate static. Second, it converts thermal energy into far infrared. Furutech combines this remarkable material with Nano-sized ceramic particles and carbon powder for their additional ‘piezoelectric effect’ damping properties. The resulting Nano Crystal² Formula is the ultimate electrical and mechanical damping material. Created by Furutech, it is found exclusively in Furutech products.

The e-TP80S NCF is a sophisticated, luxuriously made power distributor that eliminates many common problems found with audio and video components caused by massively contaminated electrical power.
The AC waveform becomes severely distorted by ground noise, voltage spikes and sags, high frequency power supply noise from other components in your own system, plus radiated high frequency digital noise from processors and digital interconnects.

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