Niles Audio APC-2 Current Sensing Outlet Switcher

Niles Audio APC-2 Current Sensing Outlet Switcher

Current Sense-triggered Switch Gives Virtually any A/V Component a Switched AC Outlet
  • Three AC Outlets - One Current Sensing (requires Min. 30W Current Draw Differential Between On/off For Reliable Sensing), One Switched, One Unswitched
  • 1,500W Maximum (all Outlets Combined)
  • APC-2 Is Activated By Current Sensing Outlet Or 12Volt DC Signal (100mA Minimum)
  • 12Volt Control Output for Activating Other Niles Audio Devices like SPK-1, AVS-2, AC-3, Or RFS-1
  • N.O. (normally Open) And N.C. (normally Closed) Relay Contacts for Controlling Other Devices Such As Electric Screens, Motorized Lifts and Drapes, Etc.
  • Relay Contacts Rated At One Amp, 30V Max. AC/DC
  • Dimensions: 8" Wide X 2-3/4" High X 7" Deep
  • Manufacturer Warranty: 2 year limited


REWARDS: 289 points
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  • The Niles Audio APC-2 Current Sensing Outlet Switcher is great way to automate turning on and off multiple plug-in devices at one time. In simplest terms, the unit senses when one device has been turned on and activates another outlet to automatically turn on other connected devices. For example, connect your home theater components to the Niles Audio APC-2 and then connect the Niles Audio APC-2 to the switched outlet on your amplifier or receiver. When you turn on the receiver the device automatically switches on the rest of the equipment. It's an easy way to turn your home theaters on and off, and the receiver becomes the only device in standby mode, saving energy. Please refer to the sample home theater application diagram. While this is just a sample application, other devices can be used in the same fashion.
  • 1 Review

    Review of 6730 Review by KENNETH
    Review of 6730

    Does exactly what it's supposed to do, namely a great way to add a switched outlet function to a component that doesn't have one. The current sensing trigger combined with the additional 12V DC trigger also allow for two separate components to separately and independently operate a third. Just a perfect way to make your A/V components easier to operate.

    Posted on 10/12/2011

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