Archive for the ‘Surge Protectors’ Category

Best of CEDIA 2018

Brian Moseley, our Director of Technology, has recently returned from CEDIA 2018 in San Diego with a wealth of knowledge about what’s new on the horizon for technology. We sat down with Brian to learn about new products and features and he has highlighted a few of his top picks. URC Universal Remote Control had…

Surge Protection: Whole House Vs. Power Strips

Anything connected to a power source in your home can potentially be damaged by a surge in electricity or a lightning strike. Power surges and spikes can not only destroy expensive electronic equipment and home appliances, but in some cases they can even cause house fires. Power surges typically enter a home or place of…

Can Lightning Strikes Ruin Electronics?

Lightning can in fact destroy electronics, telephones and any system controlled by wires or conductive material. Although unplugging all of your electronics is a great way to protect everything, this can be an enormous hassle in large homes and certainly isn’t possible if you’re away or on vacation. Whole house surge protection is a great…

Some Common Myths About Surge Protection

MYTH: Any Surge Protector is better than none at all. REALITY: With no surge protection at all, you are opening yourself up to a whole host of potential problems. Not only could the power surge damage your electronics, but your phone and cable lines can also be affected. This can prove to be an expensive…

Stay Connected with a WattBox

“Back to School” means being prepared! Ever experience a power surge, and suddenly you have no internet? Tired of having to reboot your system and having to spend your valuable time waiting for Comcast or Verizon to reset your system? Moseley Electronics can install a Network Controllable Power Conditioner for your home or office. Our…

Shock Protection For Your Home

Want to avoid smokin’ computers and toasted TVs? Want to avoid a potential house fire? Work in a home office and can’t afford the downtime that a surge would cause? Have a music or recording studio that you don’t want to get fried? A surge protector or surge suppressor can protect electrical devices from voltage…