10 Outlet Power Sequencer Conditioner – 13 Amp 2000W Rack Mount Pro Audio Digital Power Supply Controller Regulator w/Voltage

(10 customer reviews)

$132.22

Description

Features: – power supply controller sequencer system – Pro electronics Power conditioner design – lab tested Pro audio stage & studio performance – ensures the safety of electrical equipment with clean AC power – integrated micro-controller for precise AC voltage performance – us/ worldwide/ EU standard power outlet Style – (2) Front panel ‘always’ power outlets – (8) rear panel power supply outlets – USB port for external device charging – digital LCD display – Standby power LED indicator – Independent power outlet segment LED indicator lights – built-in safety, spike & surge overload protection – power on/off switch – Universal rack mount compatible what’s in THE box: – power sequence controller – Link cable: 3.28’ ft. Technical Specs: – Max power: 2000 Watt outlet (6000 watt unit) – outlet Type: (8) Channel worldwide/EU standard power outlets – 8 sequence outlet: ch 1 – CH 8 – turn-on/off the outlets in sequence: 1 second – BNC connector: 5V – outlet Relay: 30A, 277V AC – Max output current: 13 amp RMS – construction material: Engineered alloy metal housing – rack mountable size: 1U standard – power cable Size length: 3.28′ Ft. – USB power: 5V/200mA – power supply: 90-240V – Dimensions (L x W x H): 18.9’’ x 8.3’’ x 1.9’’ -inches


10 outlet Power Supply, Power supply Controller, Power Sequence Controller, Electronic power supply

10 outlet Power Supply, Power supply Controller, Power Sequence Controller, Electronic power supply

10 outlet Power Supply, Power supply Controller, Power Sequence Controller, Electronic power supply

  • (2) Front Panel ‘Always’ Power Outlets
  • (8) Rear Panel Power Supply Outlets
  • US / Worldwide / EU Standard Power Outlet Style
  • Universal Rack Mount Compatible

10 Outlet Power Sequencer Conditioner

13 Amp 2000W Rack Mount Pro Audio Digital Power Supply Controller Regulator

Pyle’s Professional Power Sequence Controller is designed to improve the quality of power supplied to your home appliance, music production studio equipment. This power supply controller provides clean AC power to electrical devices

  • Pro Electronics Power Conditioner Design
  • Integrated Micro-Controller for Precise AC Voltage Performance
  • Digital LCD Display
  • Standby Power LED Indicator
  • Independent Power Outlet Segment LED Indicator Lights
  • Built-in Safety, Spike & Surge Overload Protection

10 outlet Power Supply, Power supply Controller, Power Sequence Controller, Electronic power supply

10 outlet Power Supply, Power supply Controller, Power Sequence Controller, Electronic power supply

10 outlet Power Supply, Power supply Controller, Power Sequence Controller, Electronic power supply

10 OUTLETS

The compact audio power conditioner surge protector is equipped with 8 rear panel power supply outlets and 2 front panel “always” power outlets, ensures enough space for multiple appliances or computer component to be properly plugged in.

PROTECTS YOUR DEVICES

Features built-in safety, spike, and surge overload protection that protects your devices from noise interference, voltage fluctuations, and electrical surges. Ensures the safety of electrical equipment with clean AC power.

1U RACKMOUNT

Features rugged single rack space metal housing for maximum reliability and stability. It is lightweight and completely rack-mountable which conserves space.

10 outlet Power Supply, Power supply Controller, Power Sequence Controller, Electronic power supply

Additional information

Brand

Pyle

Model Number

‎PCO875

Material Type

‎Engineered Alloy Metal Housing

Number Of Items

1

Manufacturer Part Number

‎PCO875

ASIN

B081T4HSKD

Date First Available

22 November 2019

Manufacturer

Pyle

10 reviews for 10 Outlet Power Sequencer Conditioner – 13 Amp 2000W Rack Mount Pro Audio Digital Power Supply Controller Regulator w/Voltage

  1. Juan Carlos Bueno Sauceda

    Protejes tus equipos
    Lo recomiendo

  2. thejones

    Does the job
    This is a power sequencer not a power conditioner. Two very different things. Essentially this is a glorified surge protector that looks cool.

  3. Mac

    The price was right
    Power handling capability is way overkill for my needs, but that’s OK, I don’t mind that. At least I’ll never blow it up. I’m using it to on/off sequence 2 mixers, amps & reverb on an ancient electronic organ.It will replace the 5 switches I have to remember to throw in sequence now.

  4. Rev M.

    Power conditioner
    The Pyle power sequencer and conditioner is a product that is designed to help the user to maintain their sound system by providing power to each item in a specific sequence removing the pops and other noise that can be heard from any sound system that has amps and speakers. Because it works in such situations and is determined by the user on how they use the sequencer what comes on first and what comes on last. However it is not a filter but a conditioner two different items. Filters really are just a waste of money because they don’t really work and they are not good for most AVRs or Stereos because it has a way of filtering the sound and not doing anything for the noise. A good filter is very expensive 10k and up so as long as you don’t expect the sequencer to filter out noise you will have a great product that will serve you well. Don’t forget that you are the determining factor.

  5. Brent Whitsitt

    Great price
    Product works as intended. Shipped promptly. Again great price!

  6. leonard poitras

    cannot beat the price.
    it is what it is. very light. I will be using it for low wattage. should be ok for that.

  7. ScottoR

    A bizarre piece of equipment
    Unlike most reviewers, I actually opened this thing up.Let me get one thing out of the way: There is NO surge suppression, spike protection, power conditioning, or ANYTHING between the input and output that would effect the quality of the power. The input power cable connects to bus bars that go directly to the plugs (neutral) and via relays (live). That’s literally it.There is also no overcurrent protection. Not a fuse, not a circuit breaker. Nada.Right away it struck me as strange that the supply cord for this unit is 10awg, but it has a NEMA 5-15P plug. So it would seem at the surface that they spec’d this for high current, as a 10awg cable would be rated for 30A. Though the plug is simply rated for 15A (or 20A as most branch circuits nowadays are rated for that.)What’s extremely strange is that despite the manufacturer going the extra mile with the heavy duty input power cable, the front panel receptacles are connected by 18awg wire to the rear bus bars (“bars” is a bit of an exaggeration — they’re thick traces on a circuit board). Though 18awg is suitable for chassis wiring up to 16A, it’s still a bit of a hazard if this were connected to a common 20A branch circuit.The specs are also confusing. As this listing is intended for sale in the North American market (due to the NEMA plug), it would operate at 120V. However the description confusingly says both “13A” and “2000W”. 13A at 120V is 1560W. 2000W at 120V would be just under 17A. It can’t be both. (OK, technically it can if you’re running loads with an awful power factor and the VA measurement disagrees with the W measurement. However, since this thing is just straight wiring from plug to receptacle, ampacity is really the only important factor.)The USB port is a joke. It was outputting a solid and respectable 4.98V under no load. However, at just 100mA the Voltage sagged to ~4.7V. At 200mA it went down to ~4.5V. It was fairly linear, and at 700mA the entire unit shut down. So the USB port would be suitable to charge VERY low current devices (e.g. not a cell phone or tablet), and could maybe light a small USB gooseneck LED fixture. Maybe. (To be fair, in the fine print it does describe it as a 200mA port, but 4.5V is still a bit low at that current.)As for the good? Well, it does what it says. It sequences the rear receptacles on one at a time with a satisfying click of a relay each. The chassis is made of heavier steel than I would have expected. The chassis is also bonded to ground, and all the receptacles are properly grounded as well.The voltage display on the front was accurate.But this gets one star for the horrible misrepresentation as a power conditioner with surge/spike protection. Again, it has NONE. The manufacturer’s own site makes those same representations, so it’s not like the Amazon listing is in error.If you were to scroll down, the product description also says “Relay: 30A, 277V AC”. The relays in mine were rated 240V 30A according to the printing on them. It also confusingly says “Max power: 2000 Watt outlet (6000 watt unit)”. I’m not even sure what that means.If the product description were honest or made any sense at all, I’d probably give this 4 stars. It would still lose one for the awful USB port and some of the borderline soldering internally.

  8. Ross Sexter

    Mounts to a rack well with no directions per say
    I received this unit yesterday and installed it right away. It mounted to my rack easily and has an industrial feel to it. The receptacles are very loose and don’t hold the cords very well. Any movement will dislodge them. The LED’s on the front to my knowledge serve no purpose what so ever other then to annoy me. They are all lit up whether something is plugged into that specific outlet or not. They glow bright red. No way to turn them off or know what they are supposed to do. The directions are written in changlish. And also are useless. It does not come with rack mounting screws which was to be expected. I am hoping this does a good job of surge suppression as this was my main purpose for acquiring this. There is mention of temperature monitoring but who knows how you would see that or set it. Again, the directions/manual leaves much to be desired. You would think the lights on the front would serve some purpose, like only light on the outlets that have a cord plugged into them. I have not tried the USB outlet on the front yet. It is nice that it has two outlets up front. This should add some convenience when using extra devices and not having to move out equipment just to plug something in. Overall my recommendation would be a maybe would buy again and or not.

  9. Jason Morrow

    A must!
    Absolutely as described, works very well. Bought 2, will likely buy a 3rd.An absolute must for home studios!

  10. Abiel P.

    Excelente precio
    El precio fue de lo mejor, ya que en otras app estaba carisimo, lo que no me gusto fue que encienden todos los contactos al mismos tiempo, estaría mejor individual pero esta bien el producto

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