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APC 11 Outlet 3400J Surge Protector

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  • APC Performance SurgeArrest 11 Outlet with Phone (Splitter), Coax and Ethernet Protection, 120V
  • Includes: 6ft Network cable, Coaxial cable, Cord management straps, Telephone Cable, User Manual
  • Supports 10/100 Ethernet

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: APC
  • Model: P11VNT3
  • Item Height: 7.6 inches
  • Item Length: 13.6 inches
  • Item Width: 2.4 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 2.4 x 7.6 inches ; 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0012YFXSW
  • Item model number: P11VNT3
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (222 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 26, 2006

Product Description

APC P11VNT3 6 feet 11 Outlets 3020 Joules Performance SurgeArrest 11 Outlets with tel2/splitter, coax and ethernet jacks

From the Manufacturer

APC P11VNT3 Surge Protector

At a Glance:

  • IEEE voltage let-through rating of 40 volts
  • Complete data line protection for telephone/DSL, network, and coaxial connections
  • 11 outlets with 6 spaced for large box plugs
  • Rotating 8-foot cord enables flexible placement in your home or office
  • LED lights indicate proper functioning

APC 11 Outlet 3400J Surge Protector

Part of APC's Performance series, the P11VNT3 Surge Protector keeps equipment safe by dispersing excess voltage away from power and data lines. The unit features an IEEE let-through rating of 40 volts to protect from unexpected increases in voltage due to lightning, wiring faults, or utility problems that can damage your valuable electronics. This professional-grade surge protector has 11 outlets as well as inputs for a coaxial cable, network line, and phone line/DSL splitter.


Top IEEE Voltage Let-Through Rating

This unit's IEEE rating of 40 volts means that no more than 40 volts of electricity will ever reach your equipment. The rating indicates that less additional voltage may strain your system and impede performance before the surge protector intervenes to divert the excess voltage.

Power and Data Line Surge Protection

This surge protector has 11 outlets, 6 of which are specially spaced for bulky box plugs. Sliding covers protect outlets from dust when they're not being used. In addition, there are two RJ-11 telephone/DSL connections, an RJ-45 network line connection, and a coaxial connection to protect from power surges any device that uses a standard cable TV input, such as a cable modem, cable box, DSS receiver, A/B switch, splitter, or VCR.

Rotating 8-Foot Power Cord

The P11VNT3 comes with an 8-foot power cord, which rotates 180 degrees where it joins the surge protector to give you flexibility with your home or office setup. The surge protector can also be mounted to the wall. Cord management straps can be used with either arrangement to reduce clutter in your workspace.


Wiring Fault LED Indicators

One LED indicator notifies you of potentially dangerous wiring faults in your building's circuit. Another notifies you if the surge protector's protection capacity has been compromised.

What's in the Box

P11VNT3 Surge Protector, coaxial cable, cord management straps, telephone/DSL cable, and user manual.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is working great so far and it feels very well made.
Blaine
The layout of the outlets is very good and allows space for the large transformers that a lot of the equipment uses to convert the power to DC current.
J. Faircloth
I would highly recommend it to any one needing Surge Protection.
T. R.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

129 of 132 people found the following review helpful By R. W. Taylor on June 5, 2011
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It's a nice surge protector as far as size and connections go.

Legalities have taken the forefront in the industry today. You will see advertisement for a protection guarantee for this product, but buyer beware. Warranty of the product is separate from the equipment protection policy, and to have a CHANCE of taking advantage of the latter requires that you mail the included card in, regardless of the fact that the company allows you to register your product's warranty online. This is the warranty for the surge protector - the equipment protection is a separate issue that they should call your attention to much more vigorously. If they need the card... say in red: NOTE!

When I had a surge this past week and lost the HDMI video of my home receiver, I read the mice print. Too late - I lose. If you buy this product and want any coverage for connected equipment, you MUST send the card in. Go to their website and read the equipment coverage policy. You will find the terms there.
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115 of 119 people found the following review helpful By G. Clark on October 18, 2010
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You get what you pay for.
Remember to send in your registration or no warranty.
In 2000 I had a six thousand dollar claim, APC paid with no issue.
Made a believer out of me.

Will continue to purchase UPS's, line conditioners, and surge bars from APC only...

Just my two cents worth.
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99 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Andy K. on July 26, 2008
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This Surge protector is exactly what you need! APC stands behind their products with an easy to deal with customer service group. In our situation, this one protector replaced 3 others we were using. The fact that it combines all the major ways of connecting your equipment in one device is what sold me. The fact that half of the outlets are sized for transformers is even better. Where we have been through 3 cable modems, 2 vonage boxes, and 3 wireless routers with our old setup, this new protector has offered us a worry free summer in Florida's lighting an surge prone environment.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Dave on September 30, 2009
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I have both this model--the P11VNT3--as well as a couple of the previous version (the PF11VT3). An improvement in this new model is a better recessed on-off switch, so less of a chance of accidentally shutting off your cable-modem, or your DVR (tho I still think it could be even more recessed, or perhaps a spring-loaded slider switch that would be nearly impossible to shut off accidentally). The surge numbers are basically the same, tho you should also look at the actual "joules surge energy" rating, which is a lower number on both old and new units than the 3400 "eJoules" rating. The new unit has outlet shutters that you flick to the right to allow access to the outlet itself; the older version had shutters, but you had to push the plug into them pretty hard to get them to open. But the old unit had a longer (ten foot) cord, vs. the new unit's eight-footer.

I personally liked the look of the older unit better--the new unit seems a bit "old-fashioned" to my eyes--but this is just esthetics as it will probably be buried behind your TV cabinet or under your computer desk.

I think the co-ax filter is more marketing hype than of any real use--I have asked every single cable guy I ever met, as well as cable company tech support at several different companies, and they all say the co-ax filter isn't needed, that co-ax cables don't have surges. You can take that w/a grain of salt, but at one point (before I knew this) I had my cable hooked up to the co-ax filter on a high-end APC Back-UPS, and my cable signal kept dropping. The cable guy who came out told me that the filter was partly to blame for the signal degradation, and sure enough once it was unhooked my internet connection got better.
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71 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Pluggy68 on July 6, 2009
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I purchase this because it had a great layout of receptacles. The one issue I have with this unit is the coaxial filter degrades signal too much where It drops my internet connection and I do not get a Picture on my TV. the Manufacture sent me another one and the same problem occurred. These are great surge protectors but if you want coaxial protection look elsewhere or buy a separate protector....
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Acontius VINE VOICE on June 30, 2009
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I've had the 3400J since mid-February. Until last week, I only had it hooked up to a bedroom 24" Sony and a DVD player, but I transferred it to my living room where I have a home theater system. (So I'm ordering a new one for the bedroom setup.)

(I had a leftover APC UPS that I had been using for the home theater, but the battery finally died after four years of over-use! Instead of replacing the battery, I'm just getting another 3400J.)

Must aggree with other reviewers: Excellent layout for multiple devices.

I am using the coax protector and find it in no way affects my picture quality. I've tried it with straight digital feed, standard cable, and the HDMI cable box. Crystal clear. (I tried all the input methods because of reading two other reviews that complained about "pixelization." I found no problems--and I don't understand how a degraded signal would cause pixelization. Snow maybe, but pixelization? That is usually a compression issue, not a connection problem.)

Could this protect us against a massive surge? I sure hope we never need to find out. When lightning comes here in Central Florida, we unplug the home theater and computer. But we have had some brownouts and surges that trigger our computer's UPS alarm, and these fluctuations seem to be handled well by the 3400J.

I'm giving 5 stars because of ease of use, four months of trouble-free ownership, and the APC brand (which I've relied on for server and PC protection since the early 90's). I did have a customer service need for a UPS once, about two years ago, and found APC to be helpful and pretty easy to get through to.
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