Lava Cable Releases Line of AC Power Systems

July 7, 2005

It features:

  • Hubbell 5362 20 Amp Specification/Audio Grade Receptacles
  • A high end Corcom EMI/RFI filter
  • SAD Technology (superior to MOV) for Surge Suppression - low clamping voltage
  • Hubbell GFCI Module
  • Green Pilot Light power indicator
  • Audio Quest Gold Plated Spade Connectors (connected with Silver Solder)
  • Teflon jacketed 20 Amp, silver tinned copper hook-up wire
  • 18 gauge steel powder coated case
  • Belden shielded SJT 14/3 AWG cable - 9 foot standard length
  • Wattgate straight blade gold contact plug
  • Rubber Mounting Feet
  • All connections treated with Pro Gold Gn5 and PreservIT Pn5
  • All items except case UL listed and Approved
Lava Cable's Power I & II is an industry unique modular AC Power Distribution System ideal for stage back lines and home studios. It is the ultimate stage power solution! The Lava Power I comes in lengths of 25 and 50 feet and interconnects with Lava Power II in lengths of 5, 10, and 15 feet via Hubbell Twist Lock connectors. Hook up as many Lava Power II's as you need to power your set-up! The surge suppression circuit of the Lava Power I is unsurpassed in its ability to protect your equipment from lightning, ground faults and transient voltage spikes. This is no ordinary stage cord.

It features:

  • Hubbell 5362 20 Amp Specification/Audio Grade Receptacles
  • SAD Technology (superior to MOV) for Surge Suppression - low clamping voltage
  • 200,000 Amps of interrupt protection
  • Near infinite joules rating
  • Isolated ground
  • Hubbell GFCI Module
  • Green Pilot Light power indicator
  • Teflon jacketed 20 Amp, silver tinned copper hook-up wire
  • 18 gauge steel powder coated case
  • Belden shielded SJT 14/3 AWG cable
  • Hubbell Hospital Grade straight blade plug
  • Rubber Mounting Feet
  • All items except case UL listed and Approved
For more information, visit www.lavacable.com.

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