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Advanced appliance and electronics protection from surge damage. Advanced appliance and electronics protection from surge damage. When surge protection is installed at the electrical panel, it helps protect all the devices in the home, including those that are not plugged into the surge strip (e.g. washers, dryers, stoves, refrigerators). Surges come from many different sources and can cause thousands of dollars in damage. The cost of surge damage can range from an immediate loss of electronics and appliances to long-term cumulative damage, shortening the life expectancy of expensive home possessions. Square D and Schneider Electric Surge Protective Devices have been engineered, designed, and developed based on decades of surge protection expertise and industry-leading technology, delivering innovation and performance in one standard package.
You've invested a significant amount of money in your home computer, entertainment systems, security system, and other critical electronics. Stay powered and connected during critical outages with Back-UPS, Back-UPS Pro, and Back-UPS Connect from APC by Schneider Electric.
Superior Electrical Safety for Homeowners. Based on a 2007 report from the Council of Canadian Fire Marshals and Fire Commissioners it is estimated that electrical failures or malfunctions were factors in an estimated 4,560 home fires. These fires caused an estimated 230 deaths, 1,557 injuries, and hundreds of millions of dollars in property damage. Electrical wiring, cords and plugs, switches, receptacles, and outlets can be the source of tremendous damage to your property or worse, your family. Protect yourself with Square D™ QO and Schneider Electric Homeline™ circuit breakers.
Just like the airbags in your car and technology on your smartphone, circuit breakers are more advanced and sophisticated than ever before. QO and HomeLine circuit breakers are engineered and designed to help keep you, your family, and your property safe from electrical hazards that were previously undetectable. A circuit breaker "trips" and shuts off power when it detects an issue on a circuit that could possibly cause an electrical fire.