Avanti Amperage Overload Protector for Microwave Refrigerator Combo  Model:AC3INN

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This Amperage Overload Protector (Model AC3INN) is designed for use with the Avanti Microwave Refrigerator Combination (Model MICREF) but can be used with other brands of mircowave refrigerator combination models. The Amperage overload protector plugs directly into the wall, and it has three sockets. The microwave plugs into one socket, the refrigerator plugs into the other, and the third socket can accept another plug. When the microwave is on, this protector automatically shuts off the refrigerator, which allows the Avanti Microwave Refrigerator Combination to be run on a 10 Amp circuit.

Note: Many dormitories require a total amp load of 10 or less. The optional AC3INN makes this possible.

Specifications & Manuals

  • Model: AC3INN
  • 3 Sockets
  • Amperage Overload Protector
  • Allows a Microwave Refrigerator Combination to be run on a 10 Amp circuit

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Avanti Amp Overload Protector 4.4 5 3 7
Absolute must for dorm life! I've heard people call this a glorified power strip, but it intelligently monitors the draw of three different appliances to make sure the dorm circuit isn't overloaded. You can't draw more than 15 amps at a time and a dorm fridge and microwave both running at full blast is easily enough to blow that. The Avanti lowers what it give to the fridge when the microwave is in use. You can add a third appliance, too (coffee maker, popcorn maker, etc) and have the Avanti manage that as well. Must have! August 25, 2011
this amp overage outlet is a requirement at dorms to prevent fires and power outages. The item is pricey but necessary. I think the design is a little bulky September 11, 2012
Nice gadget I like that I just plug what needs to be plugged into it, and it's done. No more thoughts about it. September 10, 2008
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