When you get a new product, you would see a label with logos such as UL, ETL, FCC and etc. Many people are just confused at the first sight of them and a number of questions bubble up. What on earth do they mean? What are the differences among them? Is any one superior than the others? Although these logos share the same meaning that a certified product has passed certain safety standard, there are still many differences. Let me take HOLSEM products as an example and explain. If you look at the back panel of a HOLSEM product, you will see a well-marked certification label with logos such as UL, ETL, FCC and etc.
When using a power strip or surge protector, we sometimes encounter situations that overload button trips off automatically by itself if the power strip or surge protector has a overload switch. This is the moment that directly informs us that the total rated power is over the maximum power that the power strip or surge protector can handle. In this way, the overload switch will work to help prevent the accident from happening. But sometimes there is also a problem with the overload switch tripping off by itself unknowingly. If we have some devices need to be charged at all time, we don't want the power to be cut off. So, it's better that we can understand the maximum power that the power strip can handle. Then we won't plug that many devices and we will know for sure that the overload situation won't happen.
French fries are crazy delicious. However, the traditional deep fried fries using oil may cause a lot of healthy concerns in regards to the excess of oil and the oil-frying process itself. Thanks to the great invention of air fryer, we can enjoy the equally delicious (or even more delicious than oil fried) french fries at home using air fryer. It is extremely simple to do, and the most healthy - you will only need potato, and a little bit of oil, and an air fryer. We will guide you step by step to make the best ever french fries.
If you are also addicted to the french fries or fried chicken but want them in a healthier way, you’ve come to the right place. Just because you want to improve your eating habits doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your favorite food! The love for all kinds of fried food is probably one of the reasons you are looking for an air fryer, but the air fryer can do so much more than just frying. Here, we will guide you on how to choose air fryers according to your needs. 1. What is an air fryer? 2. How to choose an air fryer? - Safety always comes first. 3. How to choose an air fryer? - Manual or Digital depends on your needs and preference. 4. How to choose an air fryer? - Make sure to choose the one with removable drawer 5. How to choose an air fryer? - Customer Service and Warranty are very important. 6. How to choose an air fryer? - Air fryer accessories are a big bonus. 7. How to choose an air fryer? - Appearance does matter.
Power strips basically only provide more outlets apart from the wall with an extension cord - they are merely an expansion of the wall outlets that provides no protection for your devices. That’s the reason why power strips have much lower cost and thus price than surge protectors. Even though some power strips have the circuit break, they don’t provide any protection against the current spikes. On contrast, surge protectors provide protection for your devices from voltage fluctuations, surges, and spikes. Surge protectors have built-in circuitry to catch power spikes and cut off the electricity to the strip before it harms any equipment plugged into it.