UKEO specializes in the production of European-style surge protector power strips. Because UKEO is a professional manufacturer, we provide security for your electrical equipment. It is a power strip with anti-lightning and anti-surge function.
First, our factory was established in 1988 and has rich industry experience. And it mainly develops, produces and sells voltage stabilizers (relay type voltage stabilizers, servo type voltage stabilizers, including single phase voltage stabilizers, three phase servo type 380v voltage stabilizers and compensation Power stabilizer), and specially developed for the mechanical equipment of printing, machine tool, medical, laser, textile, processing center and other industries.
Second, we produce power strips (socket types cover Europe, America, UK, and Asian markets), and we provide customization for customers.
Third, we produce conversion socket (professional for the European market), and we also provide customized services.
To sum up, the products we provide are basically OEM&ODM.
Surge protectors often look like power strips, but not all power strips are surge protectors. Only surge protection actually helps protect your appliances from power surges. Many power strips are just glorified extension cords without any protection.
A surge protector is necessary if you need your power strip to provide surge protection for your appliances, but a power strip without a surge protector is relatively cheaper.
Surge protectors can protect electrical appliances, and in some cases, protect your electrical appliances from damage in certain situations, such as a momentary overload caused by lightning strikes. Sometimes you can protect more expensive electrical appliances by spending a little more money, especially now that computers are very important, and your work progress and various data are saved on it. At this time, a power board with a surge protector is quite necessary.
When buying a surge protector at the store, be sure to look for “surge protector” or at least “protect” or “suppress”. You will often see power strips and surge protectors in stores, they can be seen at a glance. Power strips will be cheaper, but read carefully: just saying “power strip” is not a surge protector.
The surge protector usually (but not always) has a “protected” or “protected” light on when plugged in. This indicates that the surge protector is working properly and does not need to be replaced.
If you flip the device over and read the fine print on the back, you may see “Suppressed Voltage Rating” or similar. If you see anything that refers to “protection” or “suppression” then the device in your hand is a surge protector.