CopyrightDown to the Surge Protectors belowCopyright
This web site was designed to be best viewed in 1280 x 1024 or wider using   MOZILLA's   FIREFOX
A Variety Surge Protection for all Computers on 240 volts AC mains, supplied by Unitech Electronics Pty. Ltd.
Phone: +61 2 9820 - 3555 sales@unitechelectronics.comFAX: +61 2 9603 - 8685
Updated August 22nd 2011
The Unitech Electronics recognised Trade Mark and LogoWRITE DOWN THE PART NUMBER AND CLICK HERE FOR ORDERING PAGEProudly Displaying The Australian Flag
Take advantage of the huge benefits of shopping by credit card, safe, convenient and reliable.

Credit Card minimum order is AUD$ 20.00     USD$ 20.00 APPROX excluding freight and GST

<- Back to the Main Index page<- Back to the P.C. Speakers pageTo the bottom of this pageTo the Surge Zapper page NEXT ->
To the Adapters page  To the Amiga Specific chips page  To the Power Adapter page  To the Consumables page  To the Cooling Fans page
To the Data Switchbox page  To the DVD-ROMs page  To the Hard Drives page  To the Joysticks page  To the Key Locks page
To the To the kvm switchers page  To the Mains Filter page  To the Modems page  To the Monitors page  To the Mounting Kits page
To the Computers page  To the  Printers page  To the Printer Paper page  to the Printer Sharer page  To the Power Tower page
To the Power Supply's page  To the ROM Burners page  To the Laptop & PC Security Locks page  To  the SIMM's & DIMMS page  To the Speakers page
To the Surge Protectors page  To the Very useful SurgeZapper page  To the SCSI Terminators page  To the U.P.S page  To the Video RGB Crisper page


Our servicesOur services


to index main page        to the Electronics sub page        WRITE DOWN THE PART NUMBER AND CLICK HERE FOR ORDERING PAGE        to all cables sub page

All prices shown as for each piece excluding GST and for Australia with 10% GST added


NO MINIMUM ORDER QUANTITY - Order 1 unit , Order as many as you need !



New Product - The " SURGE-ZAPPER " for serial devices
The "Surge Zapper" device was Designed, Manufactured and Pioneered by Unitech Electronics Pty. Ltd.

Click Surge-Zapper Here


ISDN DATA LINE SURGE PROTECTION UNITS

Protect against spikes and surges on your inter-office data lines .

F100045, F10845 and F11645 are all OUT OF STOCK and Discontinued

F10045 ... RJ45 Cat5 Protectors. USE ON UTP systems up to 100BaseT........$143.00 + GST = AUD$ 157.00
It is supplied with a 2 metre length cord

F10845 ... RJ45 Cat5 Protectors. 8 Port With patch cords..................................$479.00 + GST = AUD$ 526.00
Used on UTP twisted pair ether net systems up to 100BaseT

F11645 ... RJ45 Cat5 Protectors. 16 port With patch cords................................$717.00 + GST = AUD$ 788.70
Used on UTP twisted pair ether net systems up to 100BaseT


The use of solid state Silicon Avalanche diodes plays a critical role in zapping spikes before they "punch through"
to kill off your own computer network.   Remember this little gem .... A gram of protection is worth more
than a kilo of cure !    So ...... play it safe folks ,........ protect yourself today !

PLAY IT SAFE ... DON'T RISK CRITICAL DATA LOSS !


PROFESSIONAL SURGE PROTECTION SOLUTIONS

Protect Your Investment and system against your MAINS POWER spikes and surges

SUITABLE FOR ALL COMPUTERS AND CONSUMER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT eg: TV's VCR's et cetera.

ALL surge protectors have a 36 month warranty

SURGE / SPIKE - PROOF PROTECTION - Prevent spikes damaging your equipment and the loss of data !

Mains surge protector made in Australia by Australian Protection Industries


  The below ITEMS ARE IN STOCK ( Today 22nd August 2011 )

F24370 ... Powerguard 3 sec PG370B mains surge protector.... $71.00 + GST = AUD$ 78.10

F24390 ... Dual Filter Incoming Line/Outgoing Line FXF390B-3 mains surge protector.....$117.00 + GST = AUD$ 128.70

F24380 ... Office Boss Power Filter OB380 mains surge protector...................$225.00 + GST = AUD$ 247.50


Surge Diagram

In this diagram, a simple representation is depicted here showing what a spike or surge may look like on an oscilloscope display.

" Our own Personal experiences "

You know,...it is really ironic, I have been working as an electronics technician since 1978 and a computer techo
since 1983 and the item most brought in for repair item is the actual computer/mother board, and the conclusions
are usually a mains spike that has "taken out" or rather destroyed the RAM and the CPU followed by a few other
delicate chips.  

Statistically speaking, one would have to say that the average consumer has not been educated in what the pit-falls
are in the usage of mains operated equipment on the domestic and just how sensitive modern days' sophisticated
and somewhat delicate electronics is to the effects of nasty surges / spikes and brown outs.

One really does not realise how important your computer and its valuable data is to you and your work or family
until it's killed off by the mains !

Lightning would have to be, without a doubt, the prime killer of electronics, followed by mains spikes from welders,   
pool pumps, air conditioners and home appliances without question.     

"Case files: Personal Experience "

We at Unitech were stuck by lightning in 1995, where we had our " Brand New " entire five day old 11 extension
phone system and P.A.B.X. was totally fried, it " lit up " like a xmas tree the EFTPOS and modem was cooked, our
trusty A4000 computer's serial port and modem was " fried " as well as our fax machine and several small mains
powered calculators not to mention our Canon 50 Sheets per minute Photo copier, which was fried and unable to
be repaired.  They were all replaced by insurance, the inconvenience was not.  
As a result of that damage then, we now have fuses and M.O.V's on all four incoming phone lines, the
best protection we can apply and during the past three years, several fuses have blow or rather
vaporised due to localised lightning strikes, thus saving our 11 extension P.A.B.X. phone system.  
Replacing fuses & M.O.V.s is a lot cheaper than replacing the entire phone system.
Rules to follow: When a lightning storm approaches, remove all computers, faxes, modems from the mains, unplug
modems from the phone lines and if you can, disconnect the complete phone system from any mains supply and the
phone lines until the storm has passed.

That little "1995 lightning strike" cost us 185 hours of lost productivity, due to the lack of working equipment, not to
mention the, loss of business potential from the phone system not working and the inconvenience of a non-working
EFTPOS terminal for Credit Card sales, no internet connectivity, repairs to our Amiga A4000 serial port chips,
replacing the fried modem, replacing three calculators, one was only two weeks old, a customer's computer minus
his hard drive which we had just taken out about 2 mins before the lightning hit (was he lucky or what?).  
Getting quotes to replace the fried items was a pain, filling in insurance claims and worst of all, back to using
those time wasting hand written vouchers and not to neglecting the time taken in filling out lengthy insurance
questionnaires and our company accountant figured that little stint cost us in excess of $45,000 in lost sales,
productivity and some serious worrying downtime.     Insurance does not cover that.
Thankfully, we were insured and we were able to replace everything, however.. so much re-installing of windows
stuff! along with all your CDs of software minus their config files, which you have to re-set .... the pain !

That aside, now just imagine this, you have been on your computer for 5 hours straight doing important
Business plan or even a University assignment, you have typed in 150 pages and are about to save it all,
when "ZAPPO " while you are taking a coffee break, you get a nasty surge on your mains from a guy welding
next door, or a spike from an air conditioner that has a "suspected faulty thermal switch", think that it
can't happen ?.... don't think too long about that, it will happen, it is only a matter of when !
Spikes or surges can happen several times a day , a simple thing like someone blowing the fuse on the
circuit your computer is on any one, can often take out your computer, Ram is usually the first to be
affected as it is more voltage sensitive, followed by dearer components such as CPU's.  
This is the type of scenario that would send a peaceful sane person into absolute instant rage......." yikes !!"
OH NO !..." I have lost my computer "..." what blew up ?... and what's that burning smell ?..
Oh No !!!..... Where's all my Data gone to....?"
...... Does this sound all too familiar?. Please , do consider the
safer protective alternatives , think about the lost time, the lost productivity and the lost valuable data, your data !.

If the user was smart, they would have been using a hi-quality mains surge protector device which would have
"cut in" and absorb the spikes , the exact microsecond in time it took to disrupt the mains supply to that computer.

Consider an even worse case, you are saving data to your IDE drive and there is a major surge, your hard drive
is now an expensive paper weight ! If you will have damaged the master boot file, the registry hive or on an Amiga,
the rigid disk block file on your IDE hard drive you may go through hours of re-installing your files just to make it
work, or even worse......... if you never backed it all up prior to the crash !  I think you get the message.


Remember, you really do not know how valuable your data is until it's really gone !

Unitech Electronics, Delivers you the Best in Performance, and best of Breed !

A funky colored line

To Legals page

A funky colored line

ALL MANNER OF ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS - 15 Categories
Please make your choice from our extensive Electronics selection below on this page

To the Capacitors page  To the Connectors page  To the Crystals page  To the very useful Data Sheets page  To the Diodes page
To the Eproms page  To the Fuses page  To the Heatsinks page  To the Integrated Circuits page  To the IC sockets page
To the I.D.C's page  To the L.E.D.s page  To the Microprocessors page  To the mini dil switches page  To the mini toggle switches page
To the Ni-Cad Batteries page  To the Obsolete semis page  To the To Very high quality Reed Switches page  To the Resistors page  To the Transistors page


ALL MANNER OF CABLES - 20 Categories
Please make your choice from our Extensive Cables selection below on this page

To the 9 way D cables page  To the 15 way D Cables page  To the 23 WAY CABLES page  To the BNC Cables page  To the DIN Cables page
To the Ethernet Cables page  To the IDE CABLES page  To the KEYBOARD EXTN CABLES page  To the Modem CABLES page  To the MONITOR CABLES page
To the Null Modem CABLES page  To the 240V Power cables page  To the PRINTER CABLES  To the RCA Cables page  To the Ribbon Cables page
To the RJ45M Cables page  To the SCSI CABLES page  To the SPECIAL CABLES page  To the USB Cables page  To the Wiring Harness Assy page


To an External link to a Currency converterTo the courier delivery tracking pageTo our physical location pages

NICE-TRY-BLURB

To the Free circuits page

To the Amiga parts - Amiga chips - Amiga ram - Amiga Software

sales@unitechelectronics.com

This website, its graphics concept and its design and layout are Copyright 1985 - 2011 to
Unitech Electronics Pty. Ltd. Est. 1978.      E. & O. E.      We ship globally from our Sydney, Australia office

<- Back to the main index page<- Go back to the P.C. Speakers pageTo the top of this pageTo the Surge Zapper page NEXT ->