Energy Bar 832



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Our classic power bar has been redesigned from the ground up to bring the Energy Bar 832.  It includes:
  • Eight 120V AC outlets
  • 100W Internal power supply
  • Three 1LINK ports
  • Two DC24V Accessory ports
  • Power monitoring on each an every outlet with LED indicators
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The Energy Bar 832 has been totally rebuilt and now features eight independent, 7 amp relayed outlets, allowing you to use any outlet for any device. Each individual outlet can also monitor and detect power usage in amps or watts, allowing you to set alarms and send emails when pumps clog or fail, lights do not turn on, or heaters leak current, allowing you to be warned of an issue before it becomes a problem. With electricity becoming more expensive per kilowatt hour, being able to monitor each pump, heater, and light allows you to make more informed judgments about the overall worth of your equipment. Each Energy Bar 832 has two 24VDC accessory ports for powering small pumps, solenoids, fans, and other devices, while the built-in 100W DC power supply allows you to control up to three 1Link accessories, such as the WAV circulation pumps and the DOS fluid metering system, without the need for additional power supplies or consuming additional outlets. The EB832 also features three AquaHub connectors, allowing you to add any existing or forthcoming module to your Apex System, making it truly infinite.    
4 lbs
11.75 × 9 × 3.1 in


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