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Monster Digital PowerCenter MDP 650 with GreenPower (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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Computer Surge Protector
6-Outlet
  • Ships in Amazon Frustration-Free Packaging
  • GreenPower switched outlets for automatic energy savings
  • 6 color-coded AC outlets with matching labels
  • 1 pair surge protected phone connections
  • Mountable design easily attaches to desk or AV cabinet
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Technical Details

Style: Computer Surge Protector | Size: 6-Outlet
  • Brand Name: Monster
  • Model Number: DL MDP 650G NF
  • Item Height: 10.13 inches
  • Item Length: 2.5 inches
  • Item Width: 9.63 inches
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Product Description

Style: Computer Surge Protector | Size: 6-Outlet

From the Manufacturer


green power Technology in Today's Lifestyle
These days there are more and more electronic devices in the average home, from home theaters to computers, the average household has more electronic devices then they did just 10 years ago. All of these devices require power in order to function; even rechargeable devices need to plug in at some point. While some, if not most devices have a Stand-By mode that lowers the power consumption, they are still drawing electrical power. Even portable device chargers draw power when just plugged into an outlet.

Many of us do out part to help the planet remain green, but what about the power being consumed in our homes??How do we continue to enjoy our electronics and still help the planet??
green power
Going Green to Save the Earth
Monster, known as a leader in cables and power, has solutions that will help you save the planet while enjoying your electronics. With Monster Green Power™ the amount of energy used while devices are off or in standby it is greatly reduced allowing for lower energy use that saves you money and cuts down on your carbon foot print.

chartUtilizing exclusive technology, the Monster HDP650G
Green Power™ outlets monitor the power of your main device and turn off the power to the other outlets. When you turn off your HDTV or receiver the power to your connected equipment is shut off as well saving money and power. Turn your HDTV back on and power is restored to your connected devices, making them ready to use. No more having to go around unplugging devices to save energy and money, with Monster GreenPower™, its all automatic...
  
dual mode Protection You Can Rely On
Unlike standard surge protectors, the Monster GreenPower­­™ HDP650G protection provides multiple layers of defense against harmful surges and spikes. The Dual Mode Plus circuitry continuously monitors power conditions to not only block out surges and spikes, but also disconnects all connected devices when a surge is present. After power is disconnected, Dual Mode Plus circuitry continues to monitor power conditions and automatically reconnects the power once a safe condition is reached.
clean power Keeping It Clean
Fluctuations in power are bad enough for proper electronic device functionality; add the noise pollution in power lines created by the appliances in your home and outside interference, and protection is only the beginning of the requirement. Electrical devices all generate electromagnetic interference and radio frequency which pollutes the AC power.

The pollution in the power line has an adverse effect on the performance of electronic devices preventing them from performing at an optimum level. Video will not be as crisp and jittery; audio will sound unclear and accurate to the point of even having noticeable levels of buzzing and noise. Patented HD CleanPower™ Circuitry filters out power pollutionby utilizing special filters to dramatically reduce electronic noise on your AC power line. You'll see a more vivid picture and hear more natural sound with increased dynamic range and less noise giving back the performance you never knew you lost...
warranty Peace of Mind
In addition to protecting your valuable electronics, Monster PowerCenter™ provides convenience for connecting that placement generic surge protectors cannot. The FlatProfile™ plug allows for furniture to be flush with your walls, and the color coded labled outlets let you know just what is connected, no more unplugging the wrong device. All this combines with an 8-foot power cord ensuring that no wall outlet is out of reach.
 
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Number of Outlets:  6 8 8 8 8 8
Joule Rating:  555 1295 1480 2590 2225 2160
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Product Details

Style: Computer Surge Protector | Size: 6-Outlet
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 9.6 x 10.1 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B0023RRRBS
  • Item model number: DL MDP 650G NF
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #988,529 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 30, 2009

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

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94 of 104 people found the following review helpful By HMMWV VINE VOICE on December 5, 2009
Style Name: Computer Surge ProtectorSize: 10-Outlet
Update: 08-2010 It's been over a year and a half since this product first came through my laboratory for testing and certification. The three units we were left with are still in use and have saved their equivalent costs. I fully expected by now that the price would have dropped by 1/3 to 1/2, but it has not. I am tempted to subtract a star for being overpriced since I know what is inside it and how it works, but I'm going to leave the product for now at 5 stars simply because depending on your situation (TV, PC, entire lab workbench, etc) it can pay for itself in 1-3 years. If it did not save that much power, it would drop 1 to 2 stars for being overpriced given the internal simplicity. On the other hand, simple is good because simple designs are less likely to fail due to fewer parts. I still expect a price drop from amazon when I see CFL's selling for $1 ea at the hardware store, which used to be $8 ea.

Almost every electrical device nowdays draws some small, meaningless amount of power - say 4 watts in "sleep" or off mode. Its waiting to hear from the remote to turn on usually, or perhaps waiting for a wake on lan signal that nobody uses. Not to mention those so called "wall warts" that plug into the wall outlet and look like, well, a wart. Well, technically a 7 watt wart.

The idea of this device (my lab was involved in early certification) is to ONLY turn on secondary devices when a "MAIN" device is operational, thus saiving the 6 devices x 5 watts = 30 watts x 24 hours x 365 = 262.8 KWH / year * 10c/kwh + tax = about $30/year, so the device pays back conservatively in 3 years, faster if you have more addon devices.

Say your home stereo centers around the nice TV. CD player - 7 watts, Amplifier for THX audio?
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 5, 2010
Style Name: Home Theater Surge ProtectorSize: 8-Outlet (3240 Joule)
Your TV or Component must drop below 17 watts in standby mode to disconnect the Green Outlets. My Plasma TV would not disconnect the Green Outlets but the AV receiver did.
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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By RST_ HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on September 10, 2009
Style Name: Home Theater Surge ProtectorSize: 8-Outlet (2160 Joule) Verified Purchase
I use this for my computer setup. Being that I have WAY too many devices that do not shut off when I shut the computer off like a USB hub, a Dymo Label Writer, and more, I use this to shut off those little power leaches when I shut down the computer.

The device seems very well built and is very solid. It does emit some blue and green light from the power switch area so you'll want to plan on putting it some place where that light isn't a problem. I got mine in Amazon Frustration Free Packaging, which was awesome.

The only thing I wish were different is that I wish more of the outlets were "green" outlets that shut off when the main device shuts off. I am breaking the rules a bit and using a second power strip off of one of the green outlets so I can shut off a few more devices. I'm not overloading the device as they're all tiny power consumers, but still, not a recommended use but it does work if you ask it to.

I couldn't be any happier with this device, other than the price. I've always used Monster on my home theater setup too, and may get another one for that location.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By NLee the Engineer HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on October 1, 2012
Style Name: Computer Surge ProtectorSize: 6-Outlet
[Note: Amazon combined three different Monster Digital PowerCenter products on the same product page. My review below refers to the 6-outlet version, but it applies to the 8- and 10-outlet versions as well.]

The concept behind this Monster Digital PowerCenter MDP 650 with GreenPower is good, though hardly "revolutionary" as claimed. I have purchased the Smart Strip LCG5 Energy Saving Power Strip more than two years ago, and it operates on exactly the same auto-off principle. Basically, you need to draw a minimum amount of current or power from the 'Master' device, before all the 'Slave' devices can power on. Once the Master device is turned off, or its current drops below a lower threshold, all the Slave devices are tripped off.

Compared to the Smart Strip LCG5, the Monster MDP650 has one major drawback: its current-detection threshold is non-adjustable. The manufacturer did not disclose what is the minimum current (or power) of the Master device required for reliable detection. The following is my own measured data based on one unit (your result may vary):

- When the Master device draws over 0.4A of current or ~48W power at 120V [*see REMARK below*], all Slave devices are turned on
- When the Master device's current drops to below 0.22A (or ~26W or power), all Slave devices are turned off.

So here lies the problem: if I plug in a Master device that consumes less than 50W of power, it may not be able to turn on all Slave devices.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Thinh Dang on September 19, 2009
Style Name: Home Theater Surge ProtectorSize: 8-Outlet (2160 Joule) Verified Purchase
Very nicely made,.. Monster is the best for your money.

I tested with kill-lo-watt reader,..standby is 0 sometime 1 watt.

Will get more soon,.. my old similar size surge protector used about 30 watts standby.

This might pay for itself within 1 year.
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