Made in USA Hospital Grade Power Strips

Made in USA Hospital Grade Power Strips

Brooks Power Systems provides the highest quality Made in USA Hospital Grade Power Strips. These multiple outlet strips offer medical grade duplex receptacles and a medical grade plug.

In cases where the number of wall sockets available to access electrical power is inadequate, a power strip may be used to provide additional receptacles. Most power strips consist of a housing containing a strip of electrical outlets. The receptacles are connected to an electrical cord with a plug designed to be inserted into a wall outlet.

USA Hospital Grade Power Strips

A typical wall outlet in the U.S.A. is wired to provide a single-phase, 120 V, AC signal and includes three contacts: a live or hot contact, a neutral contact, and a ground or earth contact. Power strips are also known as plug boards, power boards, power bars, distribution boards, gang plugs, PDUs and multi-boxes. Depending on application, specially designed end plates can be manufactured and supplied. We offer options of various cord lengths (i.e. 6 ft, 15-ft or even longer up to 25-ft lengths). This gives flexibility to install the equipment away from the power source. All cords are available with standard NEMA or optional twist lock plugs.Some also support GFCI plugs.

Products include: SPECIAL MEDICAL GRADE POWER STRIPS BPS HM 13-6-15, SPECIAL MEDICAL GRADE POWER STRIPS BPS HM 13-6-6, SPECIAL MEDICAL GRADE POWER STRIPS BPS HM 10-4-15, SPECIAL MEDICAL GRADE POWER STRIPS BPS HM 10-4-6, and the HG SERIES SPECIAL APPLICATION OUTLET UNITS (UL 1363)

Depending on the applications and space availability, we offer four different heavy duty channel sizes: BPS Industrial grade series, BL flat back channel, Slim Line units where space is an issue or LC channel where special outlets or higher current rating units up to 30 amps are required. All our units are supplied with built-in 15 or 20 amp circuit breakers which prevent dangerous circuit overload that could damage connected equipment. The breakers shut off AC input to the unit when it detects any overload.

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