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CyberPower HT1108TNCGRU1 User Manual
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2 Plug the power cord of your primary home theater or
home/office device, such as a TV or computer, into the
Master outlet of the surge protector.
Note: When this device is powered off or goes into a
SLEEP or STANDBY mode, power to the devices plugged
into the Master-controlled outlets will automatically be shut
off to save energy normally being drawn by peripherals.
3 Plug the power cords of your secondary devices, such as
a DVD player, A/V receiver, printer, scanner, etc., into the
Master-controlled outlets of the surge protector.
Note: Do not plug any device into a Master-controlled
outlet that you wish to use while the power of the primary
device plugged into the Master outlet is powered off, as
these outlets only provide power to the connected devices
while the primary device is powered on.
4 Plug the power cords of any devices that require constant
power, such as a DVR/PVR, lamp, or devices that you
wish to use while the primary device is powered off, into
the Always-on outlets of the surge protector.
Home & office environment
Thank you for selecting the CyberPower HT1108TNCGRU1 Surge Protector.
The information contained in this brochure explains the features and operation
of the HT1108TNCGRU1. Please take a few moments to read this manual.
HT1108TNCGRU1
Energy
Saving
8 9 10
6
Off
4
Always On
On
5A
Volts
12
10A
14A
5
1A
Energy
Saving
ES On Protected Grounded
ES On Protected Grounded
14A
5A
Always On
Master Controlled
10A
11-outlet Surge Protector
with Energy-Saving Technology
5
Off
On
IN
1A
11
Volts
Master Controlled
Always On
4
Master
Always On
Master Controlled
Master Controlled
3
7
3
OUT
3
3
Master
2
2
1
13
1
14
B. Data Line Connections
Coax Protection
Network Protection
IN
5 Connect the incoming Ethernet (RJ45) line to the Network
line jack marked IN on the surge protector.
6 Connect a separate Ethernet cable from the Network line
jack marked OUT on the surge protector to the
corresponding input jack on the device (i.e., Blu-ray
player, set-top box, DVR, etc.).
OUT
IN
OUT
6
Features
1. ON/OFF Reset Control Switch and circuit breaker
Home theater environment
Controls power to all outlets. The push button is also a 15A breaker. When an
overload occurs, it will automatically switch off. To resume operation, ensure the
overload condition is removed and reset the surge protector by switching the
unit ON.
C. Coax Cable Connections
6
8
2. Rotating Power Cord with right-angle plug
IN
The cord pivots 90° for convenience while keeping the outlets clear of cords.
The slim right-angle plug design allows you to arrange your furniture closer to
the wall.
7
Energy
Saving
On
5
OUT
Off
IN
3. Cord Management
OUT
4
Always On
1A
5A
10A
14A
4. Energy-Saving Master Outlet
Volts
ES On Protected Grounded
Keeps power cords neat and organized.
7 Connect the incoming coaxial cable source (i.e., the cable
jack on the wall or incoming satellite line) to the coaxial
jack marked IN on the surge protector.
8 Connect a separate coaxial cable from the coaxial jack
marked OUT on the surge protector to the coaxial input
jack of the cable/satellite set-top box.
Automatically switches six master controlled outlets on or off.
D. Final Steps
Master Controlled
Always On
Master Controlled
5. Six Energy-Saving Master Controlled Outlets
Automatically switched on or off by master outlet.
(Only when the Energy Saving On/Off switch is set to the ON position).
3
6. Four Always on Outlets
3
7. Six Wide-Spaced Outlets
2
Easily plug in large chargers without interfering with the other outlets.
Master
Provide continuous power regardless of Master/Master-controlled outlets state.
8. ES On LED indicator
Illuminated when the surge protector is set to the Energy Saving mode.
9. Protected LED indicator
TV
1
Illuminated when the surge protection feature is working properly.
10. Grounded LED indicator
Illuminated when a properly grounded AC outlet is detected.
11. Voltage Display
Displays voltage and current status.
12. Energy-Saving On/Off Control Switch
User’s Manual
Turns Energy-Saving feature on or off. When set to the ON position, the master
outlet will control power to the master-controlled outlets. When set to the OFF
position, all eleven outlets will function as Always-on outlets.
13. Surge Protected Data Line Connections
Protects phones, modems, fax machines, and network cables from surges and spikes.
14. Surge Protected Cable and Satellite Connections
Protects coaxial lines from surges and spikes.
Audible alarm
Sounds when the surge protection feature has reached full capacity and can no longer
absorb surges and spikes.
The surge protector should be replaced if this alarm sounds.
Operating instructions
A. Power Connections
1 Plug the power cord of the CyberPower surge protector into a
standard grounded 120V AC outlet. If the LEDs do not light
up, press the main power switch/circuit breaker on the left of
the unit.
Risk of electric shock - Use only in dry locations and only indoors.
DO NOT plug into another relocatable power tap. DO NOT “daisy
chain” surge protectors. DO NOT use with any aquarium equipment.
DO NOT use if properly grounded outlets are not available. DO NOT
CAUTION! install this device if there is not at least 10 meters (30 feet) or more
of wire between the electrical outlet and electrical service panel.
After all devices have been properly plugged into the surge
protector and powered on, when you power the primary
device that is plugged into the Master outlet on and off, the
secondary devices that are plugged into the Master-controlled
outlets will automatically power on and off.
Note: (1)To ensure this feature works properly, enable
standby mode in your computer’s power management
settings. For Windows, open the Control Panel, select
Power Options, then under Settings for Power Schemes,
select a system standby time period.
For Macs, open System Preferences and select Energy Saver.
(2) For TV application: please check your TV's manual and
follow the step to set up the standby/ sleep mode.
Devices that are plugged into the Always-on outlets will not
be controlled by the primary device, and must be powered
on and off separately as desired.
Specifications
Product Registration
• Model Number: HT1108TNCGRU1
• Outlets: 11 – 6 Transformer Spaced
• Surge Protection: 4650 Joules
• Communication Protection: Combo RJ11/ RJ-45
1 in / 1 out
• Coaxial Protection: 1 Pair
• Electrical Rating: 125V/15A/1875W
• Maximum Peak Current: 225,000A
• UL Clamping Voltage: UL 1449 3rd/400V (L-N),
500V (L-G, N-G)
• EMI/RFI Filtration: 150 kHz to 100 MHz, up to 70dB
Thank you for purchasing a CyberPower product. Prompt
product registration entitles coverage under the Limited
Warranty, and also allows the opportunity to be notified of
product enhancements, upgrades, and other announcements.
Registration is quick and easy at www.cpsww.com/register.
Troubleshooting
If the ON/OFF is switched off, the 15 AMP circuit breaker
may have tripped. Examine your connected equipment and
remove the device that is overloading the circuit. Then, the
ON/OFF switch back to RESET.
If the Grounded indicator does not light when you plug in
the surge protector, Move the surge protector to a different
grounded three-prong AC outlet. If it still does not light,
return the product to the dealer for assistance. If the surge
protector proves to be working properly, your outlets may
not be properly grounded and need to be repaired by a
professional electrician.
If the Grounded indicator turns off after a period of use, the
surge protection has been depleted. Replace your surge
protector.
If the Protected indicator does not light, the surge
protectors AC line is no longer protected from surges.
Replace the surge protector. The surge protector may have
received a power surge or spike beyond its specified limits
that might overload the protection circuitry and make it
inactive. The surge protector absorbed enough of the surge
to protect your connected equipment, but it will not protect
against future surges and spikes.
If the Master-controlled outlets don’t turn on or off when
your notebook computer or TV is connected to the Master
outlet:
• The power consumption of Master outlet must be below
10 Watts for the Master-controlled outlets to turn off.
Some computers continue to consume more than 10 Watts
of power during battery charging or in standby mode. In
this case, please make sure Hibernate/ Sleep mode is also
enabled on your computer under power management
settings, or check with your computer’s manufacturer.
• The power consumption of Master outlet must be above
50 Watts to trigger the Master-controlled outlets to turn
on. Some computers and TV do not draw enough power to
turn on the Master-controlled outlets. In this case, please
try plugging a different primary device into the Master outlet.
4 Pack and ship the product to CyberPower and, if requested,
the item(s) of Connected Equipment, a repair cost estimate
for the damage to the Connected Equipment, and all claim
forms that CyberPower provides to you. Show the Claim
Number on the shipping label or include it with the product.
You must prepay all shipping costs, you are responsible for
packaging and shipment, and you must pay the cost of the
repair estimate.
Need Additional Help?
CyberPower will inspect and examine the Product.
If the Product is defective in material or workmanship,
CyberPower will repair or replace it at CyberPower's expense,
or, if CyberPower is unable to or decides not to repair or replace
the Product (if defective) within a reasonable time,
CyberPower will refund to you the full purchase price you paid
for the Product (purchase receipt showing price paid is required).
Limited Warranty
Who Pays For Shipping?
Read the following terms and conditions carefully before using the
CyberPower HT1108TNCGRU1(the “Product”). By using the
Product you consent to be bound by and become a party to
the terms and conditions of this Limited Warranty (together
referred to as this “Warranty”). If you do not agree to the terms
and conditions of this Warranty, you should return the Product
for a full refund prior to using it.
We pay when we send items to you; you pay when you send
items to us.
What Are Some Things This Warranty
Does Not Cover?
This warranty covers defects in materials and workmanship in the
Product under normal use and conditions.
1 This Warranty does not cover any software that was damaged or
needs to be replaced due to the failure of the Product or any
data that is lost as a result of the failure or the restoration of
data or records, or the reinstallation of software.
2 This Warranty does not cover or apply to: misuse, modification,
operation or storage outside environmental limits of the
Product or the equipment connected to it, nor for dam age
while in transit or in storage, nor if there has been improper
operation or maintenance, or use with items not designed or
intended for use with the Product, such as laser printers,
appliances, aquariums, medical or life support devices, etc.
What Is The Period Of Coverage?
What Are The Limitations?
This Warranty is for as long as the original owner owns the Product.
1 This Warranty does not apply unless the Product and the
equipment that was connected to it were connected to properly
wired and grounded outlets (including compliance with electrical
and safety codes of the most current electrical code),
without the use of any adapters or other connectors.
2 The Product must have been plugged directly into the power
source and the equipment connected to the Product must be
directly connected to the Product and not “daisy-chained”
together in serial fashion with any extension cords, another
Product or device similar to the Product, surge suppressor,
or power tap. Any such installation voids the Limited Warranty.
3 The Product and equipment connected to it must have been
used properly in a suitable and proper environment and in
conformance with any license, instruction manual, or warnings
provided with the Product and the equipment connected to it.
4 The Product must have been used at all times within the
limitations on the Product's VA capacity.
5 The sole and exclusive remedies of the Initial Customer are
those provided by this Warranty.
Who Is Providing This Warranty?
What Does This Warranty Cover?
Who Is Covered?
This warranty only covers the original purchaser.
Coverage ends if you sell or otherwise transfer the Product.
How Do You Get Service?
1 Call us at (877) 297-6937 or write to us at Cyber Power
Systems (USA), Inc., 4241 12th Ave. E., STE 400,
Shakopee, MN 55379 or send us an e-mail message at
claims@cyberpowersystems.com for instructions.
2 When you contact CyberPower, identify the Product, the
Purchase Date, and the item(s) of Connected Equipment.
Have information on all applicable insurance or other
resources of recovery/payment that are available to the Initial
Customer and Request a Claim Number.
3 You must provide a purchase receipt (or other proof of the
original purchase) and provide a description of the defect.
CyberPower Systems, Inc.
4241 12th Ave. East Suite 400
Shakopee, MN 55379
Phone: (952) 403-9500
Toll-free: (877) 297-6937
CyberPower is the warrantor under this Limited Warranty.
You may also contact CyberPower on the web at
CPSww.com
What Will We Do To Correct Problems?
Feel free to contact our Tech Support department with installation,
troubleshooting, or general product questions.
CyberPower Technical Support
Phone: 1-877-297-6937
Email: tech@cpsww.com
Web: www.CPSww.com
Mail: 4241 12th Avenue E, Suite 400 Shakopee, MN 55379
Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm Central
CyberPower Systems (USA), Inc. (“CyberPower”) provides this
Limited Warranty.
Contact Information
K09-1101011-00
FCC Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation. Changes
or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment. This Class B digital apparatus
complies with Canadian ICES-003. Note: These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
© 2011 CyberPower Systems (USA), Inc.
All rights reserved. All other trademarks are
the property of their respective owners.
CyberPower Systems (USA), Inc
4241 12th Ave. East, Suite 400
Shakopee, MN 55379
Phone: 952-403-9500
CPSww.com
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