Hi, all. When the company that I worked for went out of business, I obtained a surge protector power bar from it. There is no brand name, but it's made in Taiwan. I don't even know if it's meant for full-time usage. The label on the back reads exactly thusly (including line spacing, case, and relative character size): TEMPORARY POWER TAP AND TRANSIENT VOLTAGE SURGE SUPPRESSORS MODEL TL-660-3 125V 60HZ 15A 1875W E99662 800V L-N 400V L-G AND N-G CAUTION - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK - USE ONLY INDOORS AND DRY LOCATION 9510 ATTENTION - N'UTIUSER QU'A L'INTERIEUR DAN DES ENDROITS SECS MADE IN TAIWAN (There's a wide gap between 'location' and '9510' and between 'secs' and 'made in Taiwan', but this text editor keeps ignoring the spaces.) There's a UL label with text wrapped around it which reads: '87K9 listed temporary power tap'. Below that is a CSA label with 'LR 61599' under it, and below that is 'TIC'. The front has the words 'Protection Indicator' on the corded end, with a red indicator light between them. It's lit as long as the thing is plugged in. Below that is a 2-position rocker switch labelled 'EMI / RFI / Surge'. It's supposed to be illuminated, but it just flickered a couple of times, so I assume that it's a neon bulb near the end of its life. The UL and CSA labels are on either side of it. Below that are 2 phone jacks. The left one says 'FAX/MODEM' and the other is 'PHONE'. Finally, there are 6 grounded outlets. There's what I take to be a reset button on the side near the corded end. Now to the questions. Is this thing meant to be used as a regular power bar, or is it just some sort of short duty-cycle emergency thing? If it can be used full-time, which position should the rocker switch be in for my computer set-up? Would it be the same if I were to use it for my entertainment system rather than the computers? Finally, what are the phone jacks for? If they weren't labelled separately, I would think that it was a pass-through system, but it looks as if each one is either an 'in' or an 'out', with no partner. Thanks in advance.