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Belkin SurgeMaster 6 Outlet Wall-Mount Surge Protector

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6-Outlet
  • 6-outlet surge protector offers surge protection for your entry-level computers, peripherals, kitchen appliances and more
  • 1045 Joule energy rating provides standard protection for your basic electronic devices
  • 6 surge-protected outlets supply complete protection
  • Illuminated LEDs indicate your devices are ground and protected
  • Lifetime warranty; $50,000 connected equipment warranty
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Technical Details

Style: 6-Outlet
  • 1240 Joules

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Dimensions 8 inches x 9 inches x 3 inches 4.02 inches x 5.51 inches x 1.5 inches 5 inches x 2.1 inches x 3.5 inches 5.3 inches x 3.1 inches x 6.8 inches
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Product Description

Style: 6-Outlet

Product Description

Belkin F9H620-CW 6-Outlet 1045 Joule energy rating provides maximum protection Wall Mount Home Series

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The Home Series from Belkin offers wall mount-direct, plug-in surge protection for your entry-level desktop computers, peripherals, phone/fax/modem, kitchen appliances, standard household electronics, and more. This model boasts 1045 Joules, 45,000 Maximum Spike Amperage, six outlets, and a lifetime 50,000 dollar connected equipment warranty. It also includes a built-in phone line splitter and filters EMI/RFI noise up to 43 dB reduction. Additionally, this surge protector plugs directly into the wall to avoid cord problems.

Product Details

Style: 6-Outlet
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 3 x 8 inches ; 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00006BBAC
  • Item model number: F9H620-CW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,157 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 21, 2002

From the Manufacturer

  • Input Voltage: AC 120 V
  • Input Connector(s): 1 x power NEMA 5-15
  • Output Voltage: AC 120 V
  • Output Connector(s): 6 x power NEMA 5-15
  • Energy Rating: 1045 Joules
  • Interfaces: 1 x modem - phone line - RJ-11
  • Features: Wall mountable
  • Equipment Protection Value: $5,0000 US Dollars
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty

Belkin SurgeMaster 6 Outlet Wall-Mount Surge Protector

Belkin's Six-Outlet Wall-mount SurgeMaster Surge Protector comes with RJ-11 Phone/Fax/Modem Protection delivers reliable assurance by equipping users with 1045 joules of energy rating, a terrific 45,000 Amp maximum spike current, and six three-prong outlets to fit several key appliances.

The Home Series offers wall mount-direct, plug-in surge protection for your entry-level desktop computers, peripherals, phone/fax/modem, kitchen appliances, standard household electronics, and more. This model boasts 1045 Joules, 45,000 Maximum Spike Amperage,6-outlets.

  • Lifetime $50,000 Connected Equipment Warranty to give you peace of mind
  • 1045 Joule energy rating provides maximum protection of all your sensitive electronic devices
  • 6 Surge-protected outlets supply complete, 3-line AC protection
  • Solid-state protection safeguards your phone/fax/modem lines
  • Built-in-phone line splitter
  • Illuminated LEDs indicate your devices are ground and protected
  • Filters EMI/RFI noise up to 43 dB reduction
  • Maximum Spike Amperage of 45,000 Amps
  • Model plugs directly into the wall to avoid cord problems

Six Outlets For Any and Every Device

This surge protector gives you six outlets with three-prong AC block protection. Protect your basic household electronics.

1045-Joule Surge Energy Rating

This surge protector offers an impressive 1045-joule surge protection. All your connections are given room to spike or surge without running the risk of a damaging electrical burst.

Flat Wall-mount

Convenient wall mount keeps floor space clear of clutter and slips easily behind desks for an out of view SurgeMaster central hub.

Phone, Modem, and Fax Protection

Get solid-state protection for your home phone, fax, and modem; protect these key devices like you would any advanced device. the Home Series safeguards your phone/fax/modem lines with a built-in phone line splitter


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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

236 of 238 people found the following review helpful By KevinR on March 27, 2007
Style Name: 1-Outlet
I bought six of these. These are the least expensive surge protectors I could find that have significant protection against surges. Why do I say this? Two reasons:

1) Most inexpensive surge protectors only protect for surges between the hot and neutral power lines. Better ones (like this) are called "3 line" surge protectors, with protection from hot to neutral, hot to ground, and neutral to ground.

2) Surge protectors are also rated by the amount of energy they can absorb. You can find very cheap ones as low as 70 joules. These are specified as absorbing up to 885 joules.

These units also have an LED which tells you if your outlet is grounded, which is useful information.

However, on one of the six units I bought, the ground LED does not illuminate. It's not worth the shipping to send it back, so I took it apart to see if I could spot the problem. I couldn't, but the construction is solid and I can verify that there are, in fact, three MOVs (metal oxide varistors - the surge absorbing component of most surge protectors).

I'm sure there are better surge protectors out there, but at this price point, these are hard to beat.
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188 of 199 people found the following review helpful By Mattopoo on February 15, 2009
Style Name: 6-Outlet Verified Purchase
I just recently purchased this for my TV and 1 week later a mixup caused 220V to surge throughout the house for about 10 seconds. What happened? Some lights went out, the fridge completely burned out and I need a new one, I could smell smoke from something, but....my TV is perfectly OK.

The surge protector no longer works and now I need another one, but at least it's cheaper than a new TV. Oh yeah, I'm now buying units for EVERYTHING in the house, and even if it fails, Belkin has a warranty to replace the equipment, what else could someone ask?
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512 of 552 people found the following review helpful By Expert_Review on December 24, 2012
Style Name: 6-Outlet
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I am a degreed Electrical Engineer. I design and work with electrical and electronic devices every day. So when my Belkin SurgeMaster unit became intermittent, it was a natural response for me to pop the case and fix whatever was wrong inside. It was to my great surprise that the unit, not only was defective, but appeared to be defective by design. Not only did it appear defective by design, but in a way that the degree of defectiveness could be controlled. As you will see in my video, the degree of defectiveness can be adjusted with just a turn of a screw. Turn it tight, and you have a great product, but as the factory settings get looser and looser, the product time to failure will get shorter and shorter.

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Having popped off the case of the device, I noticed right away that one of the outlet prongs was loose. Furthermore, the wire attached to the loose prong was not soldered as was all the other connections. Had the prong been soldered to the wire, the loose screw would not have posed a problem. Also, since the distance from the prong to the screw is very short, any twisting of the prong would have a greater impact on the looseness of the screw. Once the screw works itself loose, you begin to have intermittent failure of the device. If the screw is torqued properly in the factory, you will likely never have a problem. If you secure the unit with the set screw provided, you will likely not have a problem. If you plug the unit in once and never touch it, you will likely never have a problem. This is a design flaw that only affects a few people and only after the product has been used for some time.
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51 of 54 people found the following review helpful By JP on April 26, 2009
Style Name: 1-Outlet Verified Purchase
After reading numerous forum articles about the use of a surge protector on a refrigerator (it's about a 50/50 opinion on using one), I figured I'd give this one a try since it's description said it can be used for appliances. The other reason I got it was because of another Amazon review that said all 3 prongs are protected, which is good. My concern was the starting load of the compressor tripping the surge protector thus not allowing the refrigerator to operate. Well, so far so good. The real test will be in the coming months when the daily afternoon thunder storms roll into our area (down South).
If you own one of the newer refrigerators that has a motherboard, you should really consider a surge protector. It's the cheaper of the 2.
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54 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Blair on May 23, 2011
Style Name: 1-Outlet
Recently our home was hit with a powerful electrical surge -- whether it was from lightning or from a transient power surge we can't say for certain (we suspect lightning). Three out of four Belkin surge suppressors were 'fried' and failed to protect the attached devices, including a new 32" Samsung LCD TV and a Canon fax machine. The surge cube suppressor I am reviewing here actually melted (the plastic bubbled from heat). Other units evidenced actual brown (burnt) singe marks. Based on this experience we are switching back to TrippLite Isobar. As for Belkin's $25,000 warranty, go on-line and check out what you must do and the costs you must expend to seek reimbursement for damage. Plan on spending lots of time and money at the Post Office or UPS.

Whatever suppressor you choose, opt for the most Joules protection and fastest clamping speed you can afford. If your device is worth protecting, spending a bit more on the surge suppressor is cheap insurance.
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