- These buttons (labeled Front, USB, and Rear) are used to independently control power to each of the three zones.
2. LED INDICATORS
- a. Indicates that the unit is plugged into a “hot” wall outlet and is receiving power.
- b. Indicates that the front power outlets of the unit are powered on.
- c. Indicates that the USB charge ports are powered on.
- d. Indicates that the rear power outlets of the unit are powered on.
- e. Indicates that surge protection is active and grounded. (If this light is not illuminated, the unit is no longer protected by power surges.)
3. POWER OUTLETS4. USB CHARGE PORTS5. BUILT-IN CIRCUIT BREAKER6. IEC POWER CORD PORT
- Plug the provided 10′ IEC power cable into The Grid and then into any 110v grounded outlet. If the unit has power, the LED indicators on the front of the unit will plight up. (Do not modify the power cable, this will cause a fire hazard and will void the warranty).
- Use the power buttons to provide power to the different zones of the unit.
- Plug your devices into the desired outlets or USB charge ports
- If you should trip the 12a built-in circuit breaker: Unplug all connected devices first and then reset the breaker. Do not reset the breaker with the devices plugged in, this will only continue to trip the breaker.
- The Grid is designed with a flat top so that small items can be placed on top of the unit for easy access. Do not exceed 10lbs of weight on the top of The Grid, exceeding this will void the warranty and could cause a safety hazard.
- Do not plug The Grid into other surge protectors, power strips, or extension cords. Doing so will void the warranty and will interfere with The Grid’s ability to protect your devices against power surges, should they occur. For longer approved IEC power cables, visit www.tech-life.com