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Owners Manual
Thank you for purchasing the Furman Power Station-2+6 Power
Conditioner. For over 30 years, Furman has pioneered the
development of AC power products for the most demanding audio,
video, and broadcast professionals. Furman’s Ground Contamination
Free Surge Protection, Advanced Filtering Technology, and DigitalHD Television Ready circuitry can significantly improve your
sensitive components while protecting them from spikes, surges and
contaminated AC power.
Today’s power grid typically experiences numerous electrical surges
and spikes on a daily basis. At best, these irregularities can degrade
your equipment’s performance; at worst, they can severely damage
individual components or your entire system. Not so with Furman.
With our exclusive Ground Contamination Free Surge Protection,
your valued equipment is protected without the long-term damaging
effect of conventional surge strips.
Safety Information
To obtain best results from your Furman Power Station-6 Power
Conditioner, please be sure to read this manual carefully before
To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not expose this equipment
to rain or moisture. Dangerous high voltages are present inside the
enclosure. Do not remove the covers. There are no user serviceable
parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only.
Important Safety Instructions
1. Please read and observe all safety and operating instructions
before installing your Power Station-2+6 (PST-2+6). Retain these
instructions for future reference.
2. Your PST-2+6 should not be used near water – for example, near
a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement,
near a swimming pool, etc.
3. Do not place your PST-2+6 near heat sources such as radiators,
heat registers, stoves or other appliances that produce heat.
4. The PST-2+6 should only be connected to a 120 VAC, 60Hz, 15
amp grounded electrical outlet. Do not defeat the ground or change
polarization of the power plug.
5. Route the power cord and other cables so that they are not likely
to be walked on, tripped over, or stressed. Pay particular attention
to the condition of the cords and cables at the plugs, and the point
where they exit your PST-2+6. To prevent risk of fire or injury,
damaged cords and cables should be replaced immediately.
6. Clean your PST-2+6 with a damp cloth only. Do not use solvents
or abrasive cleaners. Never pour liquid on or into the unit.
7. Your PST-2+6 should be serviced by qualified service personnel
• The power supply cord or the plug has been frayed, kinked, or cut.
• Objects have fallen or liquid has spilled into the unit.
• The unit has been exposed to rain or other moisture.
• The unit does not appear to operate normally, exhibits a marked
change in performance, or the Surge Protection or Ground indicator
is not lit.
• The unit has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged.
8. Your PST-2+6 requires that a safety ground be present for proper
operation. Any attempt to operate the unit without a safety ground is
considered improper operation and could invalidate the warranty.
AC, Telephone, and Coaxial Connectors
Telco – Satellite / Cable Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors:
The PST-2+6 features transient voltage surge suppression for both
standard telephone lines, as well as cable and satellite lines utilizing
standard coaxial connectors. As these surge suppressors are in-line,
they will require an additional cable (supplied with the PST-2+6) to
connect from their output to the control device requiring protection.
All in-line surge suppressors feature our exclusive ground
contamination free technology. This aids in eliminating audio
buzzing, and the video hum-bars that can result from typical in-line
suppressors. Further, our cable and satellite suppressors are TIVO
friendly as well as HD-Digital Television ready. Both DC carrier
signals as well as high bandwidth signals can pass through our
circuit. In fact the bandwidth is less than 0.1dB loss at 1GHz!
To connect your cabling to these in-line protectors, simply follow the
in and out indications marked next to the Telco, and Cable / Satellite
It is not possible to make an in-line cable / satellite protector
“maintenance-free.” Under extreme conditions, it is possible that
the surge suppression in one of these devices could sacrifice itself
after a catastrophic event. If the telephone, cable or satellite signal
will no longer pass through our protector, please send your Power
Station to Furman for servicing. To test this, simply disconnect
the incoming and out going cable from the PST-2+6. Connect the
incoming connector to the component that formerly received the out
going connector, thus by-passing the in-line protection. If the signal
is present (but not when used with the PST-2+6) then the protection
circuit is damaged (assuming it worked properly before the storm or
catastrophic event).
Circuit Breaker
If the PST-2+6 is connected to an AC outlet where sufficient voltage
is present, the unit should operate properly with the protection OK
indicator lit, after the main power switch is turned to the on position.
If the unit still does not function under these conditions check the
circuit breaker button! It is the round black button adjacent to the
incoming AC cord. If the circuit breaker trips immediately, there may
be too great of a current load placed upon it. Simply disconnect one
product at a time until this no longer happens. If the breaker trips
with no components connected, there may be a wiring defect that
requires Furman service.
Protection OK Indicator:
Although Furman’s Ground Contamination Free Surge Suppression
rarely requires servicing, nature has a way of occasionally creating
electrical forces that are beyond the capabilities of any transient
voltage surge suppressor device to absorb without some degree
of damage. In the instance that this occurs, the green “Surge
Protection” LED indicator will turn off and a warning buzzer will sound
an audible alarm. If this happens, Furman’s surge suppression circuit
is compromised. The unit must be returned to Furman Sound, or an
authorized Furman Service Center for repair.
If the Power Station needs to be mounted to the inside panel of a rack
or hung from a wall, a convenient crossed oval cutout is provided on
the unit’s bottom panel. A standard No. 6 pan head screw can be
used in the same way a picture is hung from a wall. Simply measure
the centers on the bottom of your Power Station. This will be the
distance from the two mounting holes drilled into your wall, rack or
cabinet surface. Once the screw is fastened flush with the surface,
back it out approximately 1/4”. The screw head should push through
the crossed cutout on the bottom surface of the Power Station. Next,
simply allow the Power Station to move down and seat into the end
of its oval cut-out. Adjust the pan head screw if necessary.
Furman Sound, Inc., having its principal place of business at 1997 South
McDowell Blvd., Petaluma, CA 94954 (“Manufacturer”) warrants its PST2+6 (the “Product”) as follows:
Manufacturer warrants to the original Purchaser of the Product that
the Product sold hereunder will be free from defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
The Purchaser of the product is allowed fifteen days from the date of
purchase to complete warranty registration by mail or on-line at the
Furman website. If the Product does not conform to this Limited Warranty
during the warranty period (as herein above specified), Purchaser shall
notify Manufacturer in writing of the claimed defects. If the defects are of
such type and nature as to be covered by this warranty, Manufacturer
shall authorize Purchaser to return the Product to the Furman factory
or to an authorized Furman repair location. Warranty claims should be
accompanied by a copy of the original purchase invoice showing the
purchase date; this is not necessary if the Warranty Registration was
completed either via the mailed in warranty card or on-line website
registration. Shipping charges to the Furman factory or to an authorized
repair location must be prepaid by the Purchaser of the product.
Manufacturer shall, at its own expense, furnish a replacement Product or,
at Manufacturer’s option, repair the defective Product. Return shipping
charges back to Purchaser will be paid by Manufacturer.
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Manufacturer does not warrant
against damages or defects arising out of improper or abnormal use
of handling of the Product; against defects or damages arising from
improper installation, against defects in products or components not
manufactured by Manufacturer, or against damages resulting from such
non-Manufacturer made products or components. This warranty shall
be cancelable by Manufacturer at its sole discretion if the product is
modified in any way without written authorization from Furman Sound.
This warranty also does not apply to Products upon which repairs have
been affected or attempted by persons other than pursuant to written
authorization by Manufacturer.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE. The sole and exclusive obligation
of Manufacturer shall be to repair or replace the defective Product in
the manner and for the period provided above. Manufacturer shall
not have any other obligation with respect to the Products or any part
thereof, whether based on contract, tort, strict liability or otherwise.
Under no circumstances, whether based on this Limited Warranty
or otherwise, shall Manufacturer be liable for incidental, special, or
consequential damages. Manufacturer’s employees or representatives’
WARRANTIES, shall not be relied upon by Purchaser, and are not a part
of the contract for sale or this limited warranty. This Limited Warranty
states the entire obligation of Manufacturer with respect to the Product.
If any part of this Limited Warranty is determined to be void or illegal, the
remainder shall remain in full force and effect.
All equipment being returned for repair must have a Return
Authorization (R/A) Number. To get an R/A number, please call the
Furman Service Department at (707) 763-1010 ext 121, between
the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm US Pacific Time. When returning
equipment for repair, please use the original packaging to ship the
product. Also, please enclose a note giving your name, address,
phone number, e-mail address, and a description of the problem.
Please display your R/A Number prominently on the front of all
Furman Sound, Inc.
1997 South McDowell Blvd.
Petaluma, California 94954-6919 USA
Phone: 707-763-1010
Fax: 707-763-1310
Web: www.FurmanSound.com
E-mail: info@furmansound.com
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