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What is the difference between an unresolved ruling and those that just look like sockets and cost between 30-50


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I wanted to ask what is the difference between a charging socket (relatively large) and those that plug into a socket and look like a socket themselves and are relatively very cheap and small (about 30-50 NIS). 


I am interested in equipping the house before the summer. Last year there were some falls and today the house is equipped with new electrical products (stationary computer, air conditioner, stove, , mobile computers)

Will a small one be enough for a desktop computer with several devices connected to it? For Samsung 65 '' TV?

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  • Hatzi6 changed the title to What is the difference between an unresolved ruling and those that just look like sockets and cost between 30-50

These are generally two different things.

What in itself looks like a socket - supposedly protects against sudden changes in electrical voltage,

Supposedly, because at such prices they do not really do the job.

Those that do, rise three times and north.


The true God, also protects from the changes in the power supply

And also allows a device connected to it to operate for a certain time even when there is no electricity at all,

Depending on the capacity of its batteries.


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Using UPS has 2 main purposes: 
First, stabilize the supply voltage to your load and protect it from power surges and surges.
Second, give continuity to your load operation for a predetermined period of time even in the event of a power outage.
The component you mentioned that plugs into an electrical outlet and feeds your load does not address either of these two goals. 
To the best of my knowledge the only thing it does is protect the load against surges caused after a power outage when in fact it disconnects your load for a few minutes and returns it to work from a starting point where the mains voltage has stabilized without really checking the mains voltage, which is exactly the opposite of what UPS does .
If you are interested, I would be happy to recommend a device that will suit your needs 

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