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Belkin Conserve Surge Protector with Timer (Ivory)

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  • Take Control of Energy Consumption at the Workstation. Conserve energy with a single touch.
  • The Belkin Conserve Surge Protector with Timer is a cost- and energy-saving solution
  • It helps eliminate wasted ¿standby¿ power right at the workstation¿where nearly half of all IT energy costs originate.
  • Its automatic timer makes saving money and energy simple while empowering employees to make an impact.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: BELKIN
  • Model: CNS08-T-06
  • Item Height: 1.5 inches
  • Item Length: 13 inches
  • Item Width: 4 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 4 x 1.5 inches ; 1.7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002NPCDDM
  • Item model number: CNS08-T-06
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 1, 2009

Product Description

Take Control of Energy Consumption

The Conserve Surge with Timer is an easy-to-use cost-saving business solution that helps reduce the energy wasted by office electronics by turning them off automatically, right at the workstation.

The convenient desktop timer button lets you power up electronics at the start of the work day and starts an 11-hour timer. At the end of the day, power is automatically turned off—eliminating wasteful standby power. The button can also be used as an on/off switch to power electronics manually.

The Conserve Surge with Timer controls six Auto-Off outlets for desktop electronics like computer monitors, printers, external hard drives, speakers, chargers and more. Two Always-On outlets stay on for devices that need continuous power, like fax machines or desk clocks. It's the easy way to reduce electric bills and save energy throughout the office.

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Customer Reviews

I use it every day without fail.
Michael B.
This saves money both by cutting power supply to devices that run on full power as well as devices that are in stand-by which will still consume a ghost load.
David R. Stokes
Belkin is a good company and I'm sure the product works as it is intended - it simply was not what I needed.
Greg Vint

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By TeeJayShelton on March 16, 2010
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This product is wonderful other than the timer is only an auto off after 11 hours timer. I would have liked it much better if I could at the very least adjust that duration... It would be even better to be able to set on and off times.... I was disappointed and think it should be clearly written in its description that it is for auto off only and after a fixed time of 11 hours....
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By R. Beaman on December 11, 2009
This device performs as advertised! the timer is right on the money and the switch will flash to warn you that it is about to power off the devices on the kill side.
Working in IT, I was working my typical 10 hr+ day when I saw the timer light flashing to warn me of the impending shut off. Works perfectly on the timer.
RB
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By _nicebook_ on June 14, 2010
This 8-outlet power strip by Belkin has very sharp styling: two-tone muted ivory-creme color around the 6 switched power outlets, & heather gray color surround the 2 always-On power outlets. Rounded edging gives a contemporary styling to this strip. Should fit nicely with the styling of Mac desktops.

The 2 power outlets at the end of the strip supply ample space for most power-brick plugs that need the extra area. There is approximately 1.5 inches empty area separating the 2 plugs on the end from the 4 closer spaced plugs at the center of the strip. The two always-On plugs can also be used for power-brick plugs as these are slightly elevated above the others. The two green LEDs indicate these are always powered On.

The timer switch plugs into the power strip via a 1/8" plug, next to where the heavy duty power cord enters the strip. A thin 6 foot wire leads to the switch that controls the 6 switched outlets Off & On -- they are timed to power On for 11 hours. The timer switch does not control the 2 always-On outlets, and the 11 hour limit is not configurable -- at 10 hours, 45 minutes a small LED light at the center of the switch starts to blink -- this indicates the switched outlets will power Off automatically at 11 hours unless the switch is pressed when it is blinking. This will keep the power On and reset the timer for another 11 hours. Pressing the lit switch at any other time will turn the switched outlets Off.

The problem with this is that the blinking LED light is not too noticeable, and there is no audible alert. The switch should be placed in a very prominent place where you can see that the switched outlets are automatically turning off within 15 minutes.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ann Onimus on March 14, 2010
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It's a good for idea for someone who needs it. The item works fine. It is not , however, what I thought it was. There is no adjustment for the timing. That is not made clear on the website. I may find a use for it someday but for now........not. So, the item is ok but limited in it's use for me. Be aware before you buy!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By John Salazar on May 30, 2012
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Last summer we received an electric bill for $450. As you can imagine we pooped our pants. Well the very next month a $500+ bill showed up and after we picked ourselves off the floor we decided that things needed to change.

We started by getting a Kill-a-watt to measure where we were wasting power and we were shocked at what was consuming ridiculous amounts of power.

The first thing we discovered was that the kids were killing us watching TV! First you have the receiver, a power amp, the Tivo a subwoofer and possibly the dvd player all going at once.

I did 2 things first I ran the HDMI cables directly to the TV instead of plugging it into the receiver that way the kids can watch TV or movies without powering the whole system up that alone saved huge $$.

Secondly by plugging in the receiver, subwoofer and amplifier directly into one of these power strips the units consumer ZERO power compared to the 60 watts they were drawing in standby.

I also did the same thing in our loft. We have a 52" lcd up there for the kids to play xbox & Wii. The system doesn't get used regularly so being able to cut power to everything just makes good financial sense.

In the office I use one of these to connect my 3 printers (a color inkjet a laser and a label printer)

In our master BR I use one to cut power to a 32" tv and a media player.

I can't stress enough how happy I am with this product in fact with most of the Belkin conserve items. we use the Belkin Conserve Socket F7C009q Energy-Saving Outlet to cut power to our coffee maker, towel dryer and to our toaster.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Dragonheart on April 19, 2010
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I purchased this unit as a computer companion. I wanted to be able to turn on my printers only when I actually wanted to use them and not have them running all the time. The unit accomplishes this task, sort of. The remote switch has a cord about a six foot long, which is adequate for my use. Since I have a black & white laser printer, a color laser printer and a label printer I found having them power up at the same time was too much for the unit as it would just shut down. Usually all would power up on the second try. Powering up one laser printer and the label printer works just fine. So if you need to power up six power hungry devices all at once this may not be the unit for you, however if your needs are less it seems to work fine.
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