Is it safe to plug a laser printer into a power conditioner? In this case, it is a Brother HL-2170W plugged into a Panamax M5400-EX.
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If you do use it, you need to use the high powered ports on bank 5. But you'd need to check to make sure your printer doesn't exceed the 15A rating on the power conditioner. From the looks of the docs, 15A is the max for the whole unit, so keep this in mind. (I am not an expert on this stuff, but that is just waht I see first hand). Is there a reason why you want to power condition power for a laser printer? A simple surge supressor isn't sufficient?