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Love this! I expected it to be big and bulky but it wasn’t! Great access to all inputs and not too big! I’ve already bought a second!
And it’s certified to meet Australia’s safety standards!
The unit is compact in physical size, yet accommodates all the different size plugs in all 8 sockets.
The 2 switches on the top of the unit switch the different banks of 4 sockets, a good feature to have. It also has a separate switch for the USB plugs, another good point. Light in weight and easy to position in confined areas.
A well thought out power board, compact in size and does not take up too much space. Recommended.
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How many power points and USB charging ports does SAFEMORE® VPS Euro+ have?
Each Euro+ has 8 power outlets, controlled by two separate switches on top, and 4 USB charging ports with its own switch.
Is SAFEMORE VPS Euro+ AUS/NZ certified?
Yes, Euro+ is fully complied and certified to AUS/NZ electrical safety standard AS/NZS 3105:2014+A1:2017, AS/NZS 3112:2017, AS/NZS 3100:2017+A1:2017 and AS/NZS 60950.1.
What is the size and weight of SAFEMORE® Euro+?
Euro+ is 17cm(H) x 16cm(W) x 12cm(D) in size with its box, and weighs 800g.
Does it have surge protection?
Yes, it has built in surge protection with capacity of 1050 Joules.
Can I use electrical heater on it?
Even though the unit was designed to take the load of 1500 – 2500 Watts, however, 2018 ICC Fire Code Section 605.10.3 unequivocally states that, “Extension cords. Portable electric space heaters shall not be plugged into extension cords.”. It is because electrical heaters draw high current nearly at the maximum rating of the wall outlet, so any contact resistance introduced by way of a power strip or extension cord can result in overheating at the contact point and possibly a fire.
So the answer is NO. Electrical heaters or the like, should always be plugged directly in to the wall outlets.