I really like the isobar's mechanical design, and the use of regular outlets instead of stamped metal strips is also a welcome change.
Electrically, the input filter should do a fine job at filtering line noise and blocking most surge energy. However, the four allegedly isolated banks are a let-down. Performance looks more like you have bank one, and then everything else since the series inductors fail to provide anything I would consider as meaningful isolation. In fact, for the limited testing done here, the isobar would have been better off without them. Tripp-Lite could easily improve this by wiring its toroidal inductors to a common live point instead of cascading them, which looks like a significant oversight to me.
Aside from the design concern above, there is no doubt the isobar has the beefiest filtering and surge protection featured in these tear-downs so far.
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