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Sanus CAPC01-B1

Rack-mount power line conditioner and surge protector

Item # 051CAPCB1

Sanus's CAPCO1 rack-mount power conditioner makes a great companion to their Foundations Component Series A/V racks.

Sanus's CAPCO1 rack-mount power conditioner makes a great companion to their Foundations Component Series A/V racks.

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$249.99

About the Sanus CAPC01-B1

Sanus's CAPCO1 rack-mount power conditioner makes a great companion to their Foundations Component Series A/V racks. It's an easy way to protect even elaborate audio/video systems. Its eleven AC outlets provide fast-acting surge protection — there are ten in back and one in front. EMI/RFI filtering eliminates line noise to ensure squeaky-clean picture and sound quality from your components.

Sanus's CAPCO1 rack-mount power conditioner makes a great companion to their Foundations Component Series A/V racks. It's an easy way to protect even elaborate audio/video systems. Its eleven AC outlets provide fast-acting surge protection — there are ten in back and one in front. EMI/RFI filtering eliminates line noise to ensure squeaky-clean picture and sound quality from your components.

Sanus CAPC01-B1 back panel

You get a total of eleven AC outlets — ten in back and one in front.

A multi-mode LED display clearly indicates voltage, current and power consumption. Here's another great feature: dual adjustable pull-out LED lights that shine downward to illuminate components inside the rack.

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Product highlights:

  • designed to be mounted in a component rack system such as Sanus's CFR115, CFR127, or CFR144
  • 11 AC outlets (10 rear, 1 front)
  • dual-stage EMI/RFI filters virtually eliminate line noise
  • multi-mode LED panel indicates voltage, current and power consumption
  • dual adjustable pull-out LED lights illuminate rack equipment
  • 2400-joule surge protection
  • maximum current rating: 12 amps
  • 10-ft. AC power cord
  • 19"W x 1-3/4"H x 4-3/4"D
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • $50,000 connected-equipment warranty
  • MFR # CAPC01-B1

What's in the box:

  • Rack-mounted power conditioner (with attached 10' power cord)
  • 4 Screws
  • 4 Washers
  • Instruction Manual

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Overview: The Sanus Foundations Component Series CAPC01 power conditioner features adjustable, dual pull-out LED lights to easily illuminate rack equipment and 11 fast-acting 2,400-Joule protected outlets. A multi-mode LED panel indicates voltage, amps and power consumption. EMI/RFI noise filtration eliminates noise up to 30 dB, ensuring quality signals.

Rack-Mounted: The Sanus CAPC01 features integrated rack-mount ears and is designed to be rack mounted in a component rack system, such as the Sanus CFR115 / CFR127 / CFR144.

11 Protected AC Outlets: The Sanus rack-mounted power conditioner features 11 fast-acting, 2400-Joule protected outlets (10 rear/1 front) to protect your valuable audio/video gear from electrical spikes and surges.

Power Consumption Monitoring: A multi-mode LED display clearly indicates voltage, amps, and power consumption to help monitor power usage.

Electronic Noise Reduction: Dual stage EMI/RFI filters eliminate noise up to 30 dB (110 kHz to 1 mhz)

Dual LED Lights: The power condition features dual pull-out LED lights (with adjustable dimmer) to help illuminate equipment inside your component rack.

10' Power Cord: The Sanus CAPC01 is fitted with an attached 10' AC power cord terminated by a straight 3-prong AC plug.

$50,000 Equipment Warranty: The Sanus rack-mounted power conditioner includes a guaranteed $50,000 connected equipment warranty against electrical spike and surge damages.

Specifications

UL Electrical Rating: 12A max / 125V / 60 Hz / 1500 W

Clamping Response Time: <1ns

Voltage Protection Rating: 400V (L-N), 400V (L-G), 400V (N-G)

EMI/RFI Noise Filtration: 30 dB (110 kHz - 1 mHz)

Joule Rating: 2,400 Joules

Power Input Connection: NEMA5-15P plug (5-15P straight plug)

Protect Outlets: 11 x NEMA-15R receptacles

LED Indicators: Power, Protected, Grounded

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will this mount on a 19" rack made by another manufacturer?
[ Ted  May 28, 2015 ]
7 answers
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Yes, the Power station will fit in a standard (Other Brands like SmartRack or Peerless) Audio metal rack. I have a Sanus Rack, but have swapped shelves and fan kits from other racks.
[ Brent  May 28, 2015 ]  Staff
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Yes. It mounted fine on my Raxxess rack.
[ Bryan  May 28, 2015 ]  Staff
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This item installed perfectly in my 19" Omnimount Design rack.
[ John  May 28, 2015 ]  Staff
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I love mine. It's a nice addition that provides protection with a simple on/off
[ michael  May 28, 2015 ]  Staff
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I'd say yes. It's standard 19 piece w mounting ears
[ michael  May 28, 2015 ]  Staff
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Yes
[ Stephen  May 28, 2015 ]  Staff
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I don't have mine rack mounted, but I would think this can be mounted in any standard rack.
[ MICHAEL  May 28, 2015 ]  Staff

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