Line Conditioner 1200W AVR System Automatic Voltage Regulator Power Conditioner AC Surge Protector

Line Conditioner / AVR System - Automatic voltage regulator / Power conditioner / AC surge suppressor

Model Number: LC1200


  • Premium automatic voltage regulation (AVR), power conditioning and AC surge suppression
  • Maintains regulated 120V nominal output over an input range of 89 to 147V
  • 1200 watt / 10 amp capacity
  • 4 NEMA 5-15R outlets, 7 foot AC cord
  • LEDs display incoming voltage range, surge suppression and line fault status
  • $25,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance (USA, Puerto Rico & Canada only)

Tripp Lite's LC1200 Line Conditioner keep your equipment working through brownouts without using emergency power such as UPS systems and auxiliary generators. It automatically adjusts under- and overvoltages to provide safe, computer-grade AC power meeting ANSI C84.1 specifications. Additionally, because printers have a high current draw and a tendency to cause localized brownouts, Hewlett-Packard® recommends the use of a line conditioner with their laser printers. Surges, spikes and EMI/RFI line noise wear down sensitive circuitry and can cause premature aging or total failure of your equipment. The LC1200 exceeds the IEEE-587 standard for surge suppression (both categories A and B). It features the widest voltage correction range of any comparable units. Using multiple levels of voltage correction, the LC1200 automatically adjust under- and overvoltages to keep you working through brownouts and prolonged overvoltage conditions. The LC1200 also protects your valuable equipment with built-in premium surge suppression.

Key Features

  • Maintains usable 120V (+10%/-12%) nominal output over an input range of 89 to 147V
  • Protects sensitive electronics, computer accessories and home theater equipment from power-related damage and performance problems
  • Extends the useful life of connected equipment by providing optimum voltage conditions for enhanced efficiency and cooler internal operating temperatures
  • Three levels of voltage stabilization offer targeted response to overvoltages, undervoltages and severe brownouts
  • Input voltages over 128V are reduced by 9.6% (+/- 3V)
  • Input voltages between 103 and 112V are boosted by 8.9% (+/- 3V)
  • Input voltages below 102V are boosted by 18.8% (+/- 3V)
  • 1200 watts output power rating supports 120V loads up to 10 amps
  • Network grade AC surge suppression
  • Premium EMI/RFI noise filtering prevents equipment interaction, system interference, lockups and other power-related audio and video artifacts
  • 7 diagnostic LEDs indicate input voltage levels, surge suppression status and line fault conditions
  • 4 protected NEMA5-15R outlets
  • 7 foot AC power cord with NEMA5-15P input plug
  • $25,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance for connected equipment (USA and Canada Only)

Typical Applications

  • Maintains regulated output voltage during severe brownouts and overvoltages for computer accessories, printers, home theater equipment, a/v components, point-of-sale equipment, and other applications requiring clean, regulated AC power.

Package Includes

  • LC1200 Line Conditioner
  • Instruction manual

OUTPUT

Output VA 1200
Output watts 1200
Output nominal voltage 120V / 60Hz
Outlet quantity / type 4 NEMA 5-15R

INPUT

Input cord length (ft.) 7
Input cord length (m) 1.83

UPC ASSIGNMENT

Unit Carton UPC# 037332040022

LEDS ALARMS & SWITCHES

Front panel LEDs 7 LEDs show incoming voltage status, protection present and line fault conditions

SURGE / NOISE SUPPRESSION

UPS AC suppression joule rating 1200 joules, conforms to IEEE 587 / ANSI C62.41 specifications
EMI / RFI AC noise suppression 75 dB

PHYSICAL

Shipping weight (lbs) 8.7
Shipping weight (kg) 4
Unit Dimensions (HWD/in) 7.25 x 6 x 7
Unit Dimensions (HWD/cm) 18.4 x 15.2 x 17.8
Material of construction Plastic
Form factors supported Small Tower

CERTIFICATIONS

Certifications Tested to UL1012 (USA), cUL1012 (Canada), NOM (Mexico)

WARRANTY

Product Warranty Period (Worldwide) 2-year limited warranty
Connected Equipment Insurance (U.S., Canada & Puerto Rico) $25,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance

† Tripp Lite uses primary and third-party agencies to test its products for compliance with standards. See a list of Tripp Lite's testing agencies.

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A must have for expensive equipment I purchased this to protect my extensive A/V system. I already had a power center/filter with a voltage display, and when I noticed the voltage swinging from 117 to 108 and below I installed this unit. I did already have 2 smaller Tripplites for other equipment. It operates quietly and flawlessly, and the voltage remains normal now. 1200 watts is plenty for even a fairly large system. Low voltage can put a big strain on the internal power systems on your equipment, and at the price this is a no brainer. October 8, 2013
Inexpensive power insurance I have used this product and other Tripp Lite voltage stabilization products for the last twenty years. They are dependable and protect all my electronics. Since all newer refrigerators also contain electronics, I will be purchasing another unit to protect my $2,300 appliance. You never realize how poor your power is until you see the low voltage lights on this product glowing during the summer brown outs. Save yourself some money and protect all your electronics with this inexpensive product. September 6, 2013
Guarding against attacks by the transmission company! I have noticed my tripplite clicking more often with power outages and just electric transmission in the last few months. The biggest one happen during a storm which knock out a half of the the power in our condo unit. One other time a lightning strike set off the fire alarm in the whole building and burn out various fire alarm sensors in the building. The unit is protecting all my expensive electronic equipment very well. I would recommend this unit, it's worth the expense. September 6, 2013
No more Jackpots!!!!! I was having a problem with surges in current to one of my vending machines. My vending machine would periodically payout all of the change and all of the dollar bills in my cash recycler (jackpotting) because of the spikes in current. Once I installed the line conditioner the current fluctuation went away and so did the jack pots. Now I do not worry that every time I service the machine I won't be staring at a $75-$100 loss. My Tripp Lite LC1200 line cleaner has virtually paid for itself. Thanks! September 5, 2013
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outdoor use

I need a line conditioner for a roof top HVAC unit.
can put in a rain proof box.
can this be used in an uncontrolled environment ?
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Thank you for your inquiry. It is not recommended that the LC1200 be used outdoors or in an uncontrolled environment.
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Can this be backed up by a UPS?

We have an LC1200 backing up a piece of lab equipment and a UPS backing up the entire system. When we remove power to the UPS to test the batteries the line fault light on the LC1200 comes on even though the UPS is still sending 120V to the LC1200. As soon as we plug the UPS back in the line fault light goes away. Why is this?
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Define "computer-grade"

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Thank you for your inquiry. The LC1200 can be used with a generator as long as the generator outputs computer grade 120 volt 60hz power.

Can you clarify this? Is it a question of the THD of the power output of the generator?
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Thank you for your inquiry. THD does factor into whether the power is consider computer grade. The THD should not exceed 10% and the output waveform should be a sinewave.
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what is the THD of the output

The specs for your isolation transformers publish this specification. Can you state it for this product? Given that it filters noise, is there a guaranteed threshold, or is it just a reduction as specified in dB.
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Thank you for your inquiry. The LC1200 is a linear device and therefore the THD is 0.
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protection from nearby welding equipment?

i have a motorcycle shop and allready have suffered loosing a printer and monitor. i moved the computer as far as i could from the welders. it is on a dedicated circuit. still having problems. the welder that is a problem is an 1970's ac/dc tig welder which uses a high frequency arc to start the arc i assume that is the damage source. will this product protect my computer? or which one will? thank you
 
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[FAQ-1015] I have an LC1200. Does this include surge suppression or should I add a surge suppressor to this?

Yes. This unit has surge suppression included.[Last Updated: Oct 23, 2013]

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[FAQ-1083] Does the LC1200 have a right angle plug?

Yes. The LC1200 has a right angle plug.[Last Updated: Nov 1, 2013]

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