I need to know if it's safe to plug all this stuff into one outlet (with surge protector(s)) I can daisy chain them or plug them both into the outlet, unless I get one big one, which is more expensive. (so I will be adding one new surge protector, or replacing the old one with one that has more outlets.... hope that wasn't confusing!)
portable hard drive
another portable hard drive
pacemaker interrogation device-thing (collects information from a relative's pacemaker for technicians/doctors to analyze. can't imagine it uses much power)
(The lamp and PSP charger aren't necessary, but I can't imagine them making a big impact anyway. The radio and CD player could possibly be unplugged as well, if necessary.)
The modem and the router are the only new things, really. Everything else has already been plugged in for a while now. I can't really imagine a modem and router making much difference, but I want to see what people think.
Nothing like space heaters, refrigerators, or microwaves that use a lot of amps. Pretty sure there's not much else on the circuit either, besides maybe a few lights or something. We do have a circuit breaker box in the cellar (not an old-style fuse box). So does it seem safe? And if it's not, then... damn it! I might have to do it anyway, since there are no other outlets near. ... but I am hoping it's safe! No big power monsters plugged in, as far as I know.