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Belkin 12 Outlet Home/Office Surge Protector with Telephone and Coaxial Protection

by Belkin
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12 Outlet
  • 12-outlet surge protector with 8-foot cord ideal for high-end home and professional workstations
  • 500V, Ideal solution for computers, laser printers, and home-theater systems; includes connections to protect telephone, coaxial and Ethernet lines
  • Outlets include sliding safety covers; detachable cord-management clip for cable organization
  • Right-angle plug keeps cord close to the wall
  • Belkin Lifetime Warranty and $300,000 Connected Equipment Warranty
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Technical Details

Size: 8 feet | Style: 12 Outlet
  • Brand Name: Belkin
  • Model: BE112230-08
  • Item Height: 5.89 inches
  • Item Length: 2.44 inches
  • Item Width: 0.79 inches
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Product Details

Size: 8 feet | Style: 12 Outlet
  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 0.8 x 5.9 inches ; 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000J2EN4S
  • Item model number: BE112230-08
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2,279 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

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  • Belkin PivotPlug 12-Outlet Surge Protector and instructions

Belkin 12 Outlet Home/Office Surge Protector with Telephone and Coaxial Protection

Ideal for your home office or entertainment center, the Belkin PivotPlug 12-Outlet Surge Protector reduces damaging voltage fluctuations, surges, and spikes, ensuring superior protection for your high-end electronic equipment. Unlike traditional surge protectors, this unit features rotating outlets to give you greater flexibility when plugging in your devices. It includes a heavy-duty, 8-feet cord and damage-resistant housing. Rated to withstand a surge of up to 4,320 joules, this unit also safeguards your telephone and coaxial connections. It is ideal for protecting home computers, laser printers, broadband modems, home-theater systems, and other electronic devices while simultaneously ensuring clear picture and sound.

Rotating Outlet Design with 4,320 Joules of Surge Protection

The Belkin PivotPlug Surge Protector allows you to power up to 12 electrical devices using one AC outlet while protecting your electronics from voltage fluctuations, surges, and spikes. It includes four regular outlets and eight pivoting outlets that provide extra space for large power adapters.

Rated to withstand a power surge of up to 4,320 joules, this surge protector uses essential power filtration to reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI), resulting in a clearer picture and sound. Oversized metal oxide varistors (MOVs) absorb excess electricity for increased protection. In addition, indicator lights let you know when your equipment is secure and warn you if your outlet is not properly grounded.

PivotPlug 12-Outlet Surge Protector at a glance:

  • 12 outlets provide 4,320 joules of surge protection
  • Eight pivoting outlets provide extra space for large adapters
  • Protects coaxial and telephone connections
  • Durable 8-feet power cord reaches your devices
  • Colored indicator lights alert you to protection status
  • Mounts to wall or baseboard

Provides Telephone and Cable/ Satellite Protection

This surge protector features protection for telephone and DSL cables to ensure your data connections are working at peak performance. One-in, one-out coaxial protection safeguards cable and satellite connections, while one-in, two-out RJ11 ports provide protection for phones and fax machines.

Heavy-Duty, 8-Feet Cord with Cable Management

An 8-feet power cord allows you to keep the surge protector in an unobtrusive location while making sure it reaches your devices. A cable management system lifts and locks cables, keeping them neat and tangle free.

Mountable, Damage-Resistant Housing

Durable, damage-resistant housing protects your circuits from fire, impact, and rust, as well as preventing dents and scratches. For secure installation, the protector can be easily mounted to a wall or baseboard.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The low profile plug on the cord is nice for fitting behind furniture.
T. Mccleary
I've been told it is best to have a surge protector of more than 3200 Joules to reasonably protect electronic equipment from lightning strikes.
M. S. Lange
The 12 outlets are perfectly spaced to allow you to plug in a ton of devices even if those devices have large power adapters.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,349 of 1,435 people found the following review helpful By T. Rosenbalm on September 14, 2010
Style Name: 12 OutletSize Name: 8 feet
I had a power surge in my house. The only thing items that got damaged were the ones on this surge protector. It made loud pops, smoked, and arced until I unplugged it. I called file a claim but the policy is such that

1) you only get reimbursed for the value you could resell your damaged products before the damage occurred
2) you have to go to a repair store (lugging your tv and electronics) and pay the repair store to give you a quote ($40 fee) just to have a chance at a refund
3) you have to pay to mail back your surge protector
4) Belkin may request you to mail your damaged devices for them to check at your own cost (seriously, mail my dead tv?!?)

After multiple phone calls with Belkin (whose customer service is polite), I've come to the following conclusions. This is a scam. The $5 surge protectors did their job. My laptops were fine. The expensive surge protector made a mess, let my equipment get toasted and resulted in a lot of hassle that didn't even help me get a replacement tv.

I wouldn't recommend this to an enemy!
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504 of 534 people found the following review helpful By wogan TOP 100 REVIEWER on April 4, 2008
Style Name: 12 OutletSize Name: 10 feet Verified Purchase
There are a lot of reviews on this product, but I had to add mine. After lightning struck a tree next to our house, our neighbors suffered several appliance failures, including a blown TV. Ours, including our computer survived (plugged into one of these). More amazingly, the outlet this was plugged into blew out of the wall, frying the protector, the TV lost its color for 3 days, but then popped back in and we are still using it. Our electrician says, he's never seen anything like it, but he's recommending this surge protector now.
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95 of 100 people found the following review helpful By Average Joe on August 3, 2012
Style Name: 8 OutletSize Name: 12 feet Verified Purchase
I bought this product last year from Amazon for a home theater system based on the largely favorable reviews. Two weeks ago lightning hit a tree near the house, traveled down the trunk and entered the house wiring. We had a JBL Home Theater System (7 speakers + subwoofer), a Panasonic Blu-ray player, and a Pioneer receiver, all new, plugged into our Belkin surge protector. It was grounded and operating properly according to its lights. Nevertheless, all components were damaged beyond use.

All of this prompted me to do some research. The real news: none of Belkin's products, or other similar surge protectors, can protect electronic equipment during a catastrophic surge, such as that caused by a close lightning strike. They just aren't designed to do that. For them to have a chance to do their job, you need a whole house surge protector wired into your exterior electrical service (where the meter is and the power enters your house from the grid). Such a protector, properly connected by an electrician, will dissipate 85-90% of the initial surge from a lightning strike, and allow a Belkin-type protector, if good enough, to do its intended job. Belkin doesn't tell you that, but leads you to believe that it doesn't matter, because they give you a "$200,000 Connected Equipment Warranty" for this model. So you're still okay after a lightning strike that fries your expensive equipment, right? Wrong!

If you read the fine print on the warranty claim form, you are screwed from the minute you depend on Belkin for protection. First, they require you to mail them your surge protector, at your expense. Once it is out of your hands, and in theirs, you have no control over what they may claim about whether it did its job or was properly installed.
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109 of 116 people found the following review helpful By A. Dent #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 19, 2009
Style Name: 8 OutletSize Name: 12 feet
Brief evaluation
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This surge protector allows for up to 8 devices, including 4 'wide' DC adapters to be plugged in. It will protect them against power surges and, in addition, it can protect one phone line (RJ-11) and one coax wire if they are connected to pass through the Belkin surge protector.

My personal experience does validate the claims the manufacturer makes for the features that I am using and I can verify at this time. So far, I am happy and, in my opinion and based on its meeting real needs, good design, features and low price I recommend it as (in my view) one of the better it its class.

Soon after purchasing this unit I learned that for very little extra I could get and, in fact, I purchased the Belkin 12-Outlet Home/Office Surge Protector with Phone/Ethernet/Coaxial Protection and Extended Cord which has 4 extra outlets and comes with a true RJ-45 Ethernet support.

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The following are noteworthy, in my view.

Positives:

+ TRUE 8-outlet capacity. Unlike the traditional surge-protected power strips where one beefy AC adapter would cover 2 slots, Belkin's device truly accommodates 4 AC adapters and allows for 4 more plugs to fit in.
+ 'Protected' green light (must be on) provides assurance that the surge protector is operational. When the green light stays off it usually means that the surge protector 'expired' while protecting your device from a power surge and it must be replaced ASAP.
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