What should you use to protect against power spikes in a computer?
A surge protector will do that nicely
That's a surge protector.
No, A surge protector is just as the name suggests. It helps to smoth out spikes (or surges) of power to protect against to high a voltage damaging the electronic compoinets. No, A surge protector is just as the name suggests. It helps to smoth out spikes (or surges) of power to protect against to high a voltage damaging the electronic compoinets.
unplug the computer from the AC outlet.
Their bristly spikes make them really hard to get to.
The echidna's spikes are called spines. These spines are primarily for defence against predators. When threatened by danger, the echidna will rapidly burrow horizontally into the soil, leaving only its spines exposed as it digs, and thereby protecting its vulnerable underbelly. The echidna can also raise its spines to create a more formidable protection against being bitten by predators. They also serve the function of enabling the echidna to wedge itself into small spaces, such… Read More
Puffer fish are actuall tiny little fish, when they see danger the puff up and they have spikes to protect themselves against predators. They are also very poisonus.
Surge protectors are supposed to protect equipment from voltage spikes. UPS (uninterruptable power supplies) are supposed to protect equipment from power drops.
A hedgehogs special features is the spikes because it helps them to protect themselves, it is a defense weapon against predators.
A what protects equipment against sudden changes in power level such as spikes from lightning strikes?
not being around one ================== ( a second answer) There are devices called surge protectors that are good to have to protect against power surges. The typical unit serves as the power supply to the computer. It plugs into the wall socket and the computer plugs into it. They come at various price levels and I understand that some of them are useless. The computer may also have some fuses of its own.
A hedgehog is protected from predators including fox's by a covering of spines. Its soft underbelly does not have any spines. If threatened the hedgehog will curl up into a ball to protect itself.
Echidnas' spines are sharp and pointed, and provide an effective defence against creatures that try to attack them. The spines are not venomous.
they protect themselves with their spikes.
Yes, Cleatskins makes Trackskins to protect track spikes.
For using the computer, you should have the good anti virus checkers and similar installed. Provided the computer is still in its case, you should have a device to prevent voltage spikes along either the mains, or the phone lines. If you wish to get inside the case, I'd advise against it, as static electricity can damage the components instantly. Earthing of yourself and so on is needed, but you should know what these hazards… Read More
the spikes on a sea urchin protect it.
to protect themslfe
The spikes on a horseshoe crab protect it from being attacked.
If the computer operates in an environment prone to fluctuating current/voltage, a surge protector will reduce or eliminate (most of) the variations and protect the sensitive electronics in the equipment. Failure to protect from voltage spikes could result in damage to hardware and/or loss of data.
They protect the downstream components from spikes in the eletrical system. Comment Fuses and circuit breakers do not protect against 'spikes', which are near-instantaneous voltage increases. Fuses and circuit breakers are overcurrent protection devices, which protect appliances against excessive current due to overloads or short circuits. Comment Fuses and circuit breakers are used to protect the wire feeder that supplies the load. A load could be connected to a circuit that would cause an increase… Read More
The Best Move Set for Fortress is: Use fortress as your starter battling pokemon. Then Use Spikes or Toxic spikes i recommend Toxic Spikes because it poisons the pokemon your foe uses. Then if your foe uses Spikes, Toxic Spikes or Stealth Rock make sure Fortress knows Rapid Spin because it will get rid of those pests: Spikes, Toxic Spikes or Stealth rock Best Moveset for Fortress: Spikes Toxic Spikes Rapid Spin Protect The reason… Read More
To protect the sponge's body.
To protect itself from predators.
they have spikes
They have small feet to help them walk along the ground and spikes to protect them against predators. They also have a very strong spine. Don't know if that helps
It is the structural evolution of the crocodile's "armor" skin. They keep the skin scales stiff and protect against predators, the most common being other crocodiles.
plants with spikes adapt because the become use to their surroundings and they use their spikes to defend or protect their selves. Hopes this answers you question.
to protect there babies and themselves
its spikes of course!
To protect them selves
no it does not use spikes to protect itself
as toothpicks? They use the spikes to defend themselves against predators.
i think pollen grains are covered in spikes becouse protect the ovary
They need them to protect themselves from predators.
A porcupine has spikes to protect itself.
Use a device called a 'surge protector'. They come in a variety of forms, from a single plug to replace the plug on your computer's power supply - to a multi-gang socket for up to eight devices. The surge protector 'cleans' the incoming mains electricity - making it more stable for the equipment attached to it. Additionally, it can protect equipment from power surges (spikes) by 'absorbing' the excess current & voltage.
they suck in water and puff up with spikes.
to protect the sponges body! I hope i helped you :)
Sponges protect themselves with spikes in their body.
Having pointy spikes to protect themselves.
Spikes in the sponge help protect the sponge.
thay suck in water and puff up with spikes
it is their evolutionary defense against attackers
They will cause it to malfunction.
The Stegosaurus had very large, pointy spikes at the end of its tail. These spikes could have been used for defence against predators, like Allosaurus or Ceratosaurus. Its spikes were made of bone.
It protects it self with its spikes so no animal would eat them, then in the desert its roots reach deep underground where there should be an underground stream giving it an endless supply of water.
A porcupine uses the spikes on its back to protect itself.
They curl up and turn all their spikes outwards.
This computer is sloww. !(:
To protect a computer completely from electrical problems you would have to keep it unplugged. Unfortunately this makes it useless. Using surge protection on the power supply is a simple and relatively cheap protection from spikes in the power supply. A UPS or uninteruptible power supply can be set up to allow the computer to run for a period of time after a breakdown in the power supply. These are more expensive the longer they… Read More
It's the coconuts defense for its seeds. Like a porcupine's spikes. It needs to protect itself or it will not survive. The tree needs to protect its seeds.