Yeah, but it is a fairly barebones description not likely to help someone without much experience with power conditioning (and those people are more likely to be drawn to the RevB and Uber I would guess).
Point well taken, Roscoe.
I got tired of looking at all of the crappy multiple plugstrips out there and decided to build ones that are great performers. I especially detest the "heavy duty" ones with surge protection that all of the BigBox stores carry.
The MiniBUSS is a triple receptacle multibox with 3 P&S 5362 Spec Grade receptacles and a 15A IEC standard.
Here's a picture:
The IEC shown is a Bulgin, the production standard is the Furutech 15A Gold Inlet. All of the standard options apply to the MiniBUSS as far as receptacles and power inlets go. A 20A Bulgin IEC inlet is a no-charge option as is the Neutrik PowerCon 30A inlet. I'm very seriously considering making the PowerCon a standard for my products. They just make way too much sense. (Pete... we need to talk).
Filtration is capacitive RFI filtering with a -3dB point of ~30KHz. There are no inductors to screw with dynamics. The box is lined with StillPoints ERS paper and the bottom of the unit is filled with the EMI/RFI Goo that I use in the MacSandwich to help with grunge at a distribution point.
Pretty much there it is. As with all of my products, specifications are liable to change when I find a better way to do what I do.