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Belkin Conserve Socket F7C009 Energy-Saving Outlet

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  • Easy to set timer; 30 minutes, 3 hours or 6 hours
  • Saves energy; completely cuts power after timer expires
  • Makes your home safer by automatically shutting off space heaters, curling irons, coffee makers etc.
  • Can be used throughout home for multiple devices including fans, cell phone chargers, lights, kitchen appliances, electric toothbrushes etc.
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Technical Details

Style: Timer
  • Brand Name: Belkin
  • Model: F7C009
  • Item Height: 5.4 inches
  • Item Length: 2.9 inches
  • Item Width: 2.8 inches

Product Details

Style: Timer
  • Product Dimensions: 2.9 x 2.8 x 5.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003P2UMS0
  • Item model number: F7C009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,399 customer reviews)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 14, 2010

Product Description

Style: Timer

Product Description

Belkin Conserve Socket - Energy Saving Outlet (F7C009q).Makes your home safer by automatically shutting off space heaters, curling irons, coffee makers.Can be used throughout home for multiple devices including fans, cell phone chargers, lights, kitchen appliances, electric toothbrushes.

From the Manufacturer

Save energy and reduce utility costs with the Belkin F7C009 Conserve Socket Energy Saving Outlet. Because a device left plugged in but not in use can still draw power and affect your home's overall energy usage, the Conserve Socket lets you decide when to turn off power to your devices. It automatically shuts off power after the time interval you select, helping you to use energy more wisely.

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F7C009 Conserve Socket
Energy Saving Outlet
At a Glance:
  • Easy to start with a simple switch

  • Three easy timer settings: 30 minutes; 3 hours; or 6 hours

  • Safer home--automatically shuts off space heaters, curling irons, and more

  • Saves energy--completely cuts off power when set time expires

  • Uses zero energy until start is hit

  • Limited 1-year warranty
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F7C009 Conserve Socket Energy Saving Outlet

Automatically shuts off power to devices after selected time interval. View larger.
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Save Energy with Timed Power
At any one time in a typical American household, there could be up to 40 devices drawing constant power. This can average up to $100 year in additional energy costs. To address this problem, the Conserve Socket works like an egg timer for your energy consumption; it shuts off power to your device when the timer expires.

Make Your Home Safer
For a safer, more energy-efficient home, use the Conserve Socket with devices like curling irons, space heaters, lamps, and more.

Three Timer Settings for Easy, Customizable Operation
The Conserve Socket has a timer selection switch with three timer settings--30 minutes, three hours, or six hours--as well as an automatic shut-off to reduce wasted power. It starts with a simple push button, and a green LED illuminates when the socket is active.

Versatile Design
Standard U.S. three-pin power outlet compliant, the Conserve Socket does not obstruct the lower outlet of a standard U.S. power outlet when plugged into the top outlet.

The Conserve Socket Energy Saving Outlet is backed by a one-year limited warranty.

About Belkin's Conserve Products
Belkin Conserve products can help you to do your part by making it easier to reduce your energy consumption.

What's in the Box
F7C009 Conserve Socket Power Timer and user's guide [PDF].


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"Cut power with the flip of a switch"

"Find electricity wasters"

"A powerstrip that turns off when your TV turns off"

"It's a timer for your energy"

"A home for your mobile devices"

"Remote-controlled surge protector"

Features:
  • Cuts power completely to reduce energy costs
  • Easy-to-see illuminated switch
  • Lets you leave cords plugged in without drawing power

Features:
  • Helps Make Better Energy Decisions
  • Customizable for Different Electric Rates
  • Tracking Feature monitors actual usage

Features:
  • Compatible with all TV brands
  • Simple Setup
  • 1080 joules of surge protection
  • Works with satellite/cable boxes

Features:
  • Easy to Set
  • Saves Energy
  • Keeps Home Safe

Features:
  • Charges 4 devices
  • Shuts off automatically
  • Frees up wall outlets
  • Reduces clutter

Features:
  • Wireless remote with mount
  • Save energy and eliminate standby power
  • 6 wirelessly controlled outlets
  • 2 always-on outlets for satellites and DVRs
Uses:
Electric grill, coffee maker, clothing iron, heater, all electric items

Uses:
TV, stereo, microwave, heater, all electric items

Uses:
TV, DVD player, stereo, cd player, cable/satellite box

Uses:
Space heater, curling iron, electric toothbrush, etc.

Uses:
Cell phones, mp3 players and mobile devices in general

Uses:
TV, DVD player, DVR, stereo, cable/satellite box


Customer Reviews

This works as advertised, with a timer that can be set to 6, 3, or 1/2 hour.
Michael
I have used these for: clothes iron, curling iron, dust buster, room fan, space heater, cell phone and laptop charger, and more.
Allyson
Although this is advertised a being an energy saving device, it can be used for a delay timer for a lot of things.
J.C.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Knightwind on August 10, 2011
Style Name: Timer Verified Purchase
I originally bought three of these, as I knew I wanted at least two right away. I sort of figured another usage would show itself eventually.

Anyway, I bought one for my stereo system, as I like to go to sleep with music. Yet, I wanted it to turn off the entire system after so many minutes, as I usually fall asleep pretty quickly. The 30 minute setting was perfect for this, and it performs flawlessly. I really like that the unit has a LED on the same side as the button, so you KNOW when it's on, AND, it's a green LED that turns bright immediately, then drops to a dim glow until the unit turns off. This is wonderful for bedrooms as the light is so low, you don't even notice it.

The other usage I got it for is to turn off my space heater in the winter time, as this unit can handle up to the full 15 amps of pass through current. I tested that, and that also works. I am not sure whether I will use the 30 minute, the 3 or 6 hour setting. See this is for my computer room, and I expect I'll only need it for the first 30 minutes, as my computer does a good job of heating the room after it's on a while.

Update: After only a couple of months, one of the units stopped working as a switch. It now just passes the electricity through, effectively leaving it turned on forever. This makes it worthless when it fails.
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123 of 137 people found the following review helpful By P. Colin McGraw VINE VOICE on August 6, 2010
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With many "Conserve" products, Belkin doesn't necessarily create a brand new concept with their creation, but they excel in design and execution!

I am a fan of their remote-switch "Conserve" power strip, and I love this little gadget too.

It's essentially just a timer for an outlet, not unlike the existing products you can find on Amazon, but Belkin greatly simplified the controls, and made it so the power timer is on-demand instead of on a schedule.

Unlike the relatively complicated dials of some other timers, the controls on the Belkin Conserve Socket are pretty much idiot proof. There's a switch on the site that lets you choose from one of three time increments (1/2 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours), then a button on top to start the timer. It then shuts itself off when the time elapses. That's it! Easy.

It's perfect for keeping a lamp on while the kids go to sleep, for charging gadgets where you want to reduce phantom draw, and this Christmas, I think I'm going to try it out for attaching my Christmas tree lights (turning the lights on only when we want to for a time).

Overall this is a nice, simple (and inexpensive!) product.
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74 of 83 people found the following review helpful By jsinai on August 11, 2010
Style Name: Timer Verified Purchase
This product works as advertised. It is just a relay that kicks off after the set amount of time. I like it because:

* It's dead easy to use
* It draws no power when off
* It is small and nice looking enough that you don't mind leaving it in a power socket
* It's rated for 15 amps, as much as any outlet can deliver, so you don't need to worry about whether you're plugging in something that could burn it out

I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars because I'd like more timeout choices than 1/2 hour, 3 hours and 6 hours.
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202 of 236 people found the following review helpful By John C. Briggs on October 3, 2010
Style Name: Monitor Verified Purchase
The Belkin Conserve Insight is a very nice piece of hardware and has a number of advantages over the Kill-A-Watt. Firstly, there are three outputs.
1) lbs/CO2 per year (or month)
2) $/year (or month)
3) Watts
Both the CO2 and $ setting can be adjusted to account for the cost and CO2 intensity for your local utility.

Averaging. One very nice feature is that after 45 minutes, the Conserve Insight goes in to averaging mode and displays the projected CO2 and $ per year. This is excellent for appliances that are turned on and off like a laptop or a refrigerator. The Watt display, however does not average. It shows the realtime updates.

Location, Location, Location: The small display for the Conserve Insight is located on the end of a 5 foot long cord. This is much better than the Kill-A-Watt that requires you to crawl on your hands and knees to get a reading. Also, the Conserve Insight is very nicely styled and looks great on a desktop. The Kill-A-Watt is much more utilitarian.

Simple: The Conserve Insight is very simple and easy to use. Personally, I do not have any problem with the Kill-A-Watts ease of use, but I have had trouble explaining it to other people.

Range: The Insight Conserve goes down to a much lower range than the Kill-A-Watt. Whereas the Kill-A-Watt bottoms out at 1 Watt, the Conserve Insight goes down to 0.5 Watts. This is a great help when trying to understand the power usage of wall hanging bricks (AC/DC converters). I am always frustrated with the Kill-A-Watt reading either 0,1, or 2. With the Conserve Insight, I can see the difference between 1.0 and 1.2. Nice.

Limits.
There are a couple of things I do not like.
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342 of 412 people found the following review helpful By spin on November 10, 2010
Style Name: Monitor Verified Purchase
I used to own a Kill-A-Watt, buy spilled water on it so I looked after a replacement.

I got this after reading good reviews. I was warned about the lack of functionality, but thought to myself 'surely, it can't be that bad'. It turns out it IS that bad.

Here's what I did:
After setting up the price per kWh, I plugged my small washing machine in it and ran a load. I could see the real time wattage as it was running through its different stages, and that was great. At the end, it showed me the dollar / year and dollar /month amounts. However, that is meaningless to me. I would like to know how many watts or dollars the machine used during the cycle, and it will NOT show you that. I'd like to know whether it cost me 10 cents or 30 cents to run a load. Same thing with my TV. I'd like to know the price of watching TV for one hour.

Kill-a-Watt was bulkier but offered exact and valuable numbers, not CO2 crap.
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