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APC 7-Outlet Surge Protector 1440 Joules, SurgeArrest (PE76)
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- 1440 Joule Surge Protector Power Strip
- 7 Total Power Surge Protector Outlets, 1 Block-Spaced Outlet for Larger Adapters
- Recessed Power Switch
- 6' Cord, shielded and flexible for ease of placement, with a right-angle plug
- Lifetime warranty and $50,000 Equipment Protection Policy provides peace of mind
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Reliable protection for your valuable electronics.
At a Glance:
- Protect your devices from surges and spikes.
- 7 surge protected outlets with an adapter block spaced outlet.
- EMI/RFI noise filter for better performance of protected equipment.
- 2 LED indicators warn of unit and wall wiring issues.
APC PE76 SurgeArrest 7 Outlet Surge Protector
Reliable and Safe Protection from Lightning, Surges, and Spikes.
The APC SurgeArrest Essential series represents the primary level of surge protection that should be present on any of your computers and household electronics. Its state-of-the-art circuitry offers protection for sensitive electronic equipment against larger power surges and more common power fluctuations. Seven surge protected outlets, status indicator LED lights, and lifetime Equipment Protection Policy make the APC PE76 SurgeArrest the best value for quality surge protection.
What’s in the Box:
- APC PE76 SurgeArrest 7 Outlet Surge Protector.
Reliable Power Protection
As one of the world’s largest and most respected power protection designers and manufacturers, APC is relied upon daily for power protection and availability. APC products offer the maximum level of protection, safety, convenience, and reliability.
APC surge protectors undergo stringent testing by IEEE, and are awarded 'let-through ratings', which indicate the maximum voltage level that can possibly reach your equipment after a surge or voltage spike has passed through an electric surge protector. Lower IEEE let-through ratings indicate better protection and performance. The APC Essential SurgeArrest series offers optimal performance with a let-through rating of less than 330V for North American products, and a rating of less than 15 percent for products sold worldwide.
Safety-Agency Approved Protector with Lifetime Warranty.
The PE76 has been tested and approved to work safely by a third-party Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL). The APC PE76 surge protector features a Building Wiring Fault LED to warn you of potentially dangerous wiring problems in the wall circuit. The Protection Working LED illuminates when the SurgeArrest is switched on and supplying protection to your connected equipment. If your SurgeArrest PE76 has been damaged by a heavy lightning strike or power line surge, APC will replace it free of charge.
Convenient and Safe for Home or Office
The SurgeArrest will warn you if its circuitry has been damaged by a heavy strike or power line surge and it is unable to provide 100 percent protection. If the Protection Working LED is not illuminated, simply contact APC, and we will replace your SurgeArrest free of charge.
Ensures Maximum Protection
Most other surge suppressors continue to let power through even after their circuits have been damaged, leaving your equipment exposed to future surges. APC SurgeArrest’s Fail Safe Mode disconnects equipment from the power supply if the circuit of an APC SurgeArrest has been compromised, ensuring that no damaging surges reach your equipment.
|Input Voltage||104 to 126 Vac||104 to 126 Vac||104 to 126 Vac||104 to 126 Vac||104 to 126 Vac||104 to 126 Vac|
|Input Current/ Voltage||15A, 104 to 126 Vac||15A, 104 to 126 Vac||15A, 104 to 126 Vac||15A, 104 to 126 Vac||15A, 104 to 126 Vac||15A, 104 to 126 Vac|
|Output Current/ Voltage||15A, 104 to 126 Vac||15A, 104 to 126 Vac||15A, 104 to 126 Vac||15A, 104 to 126 Vac||15A, 104 to 126 Vac||15A, 104 to 126 Vac|
|RF Noise Suppression –Normal Mode||>35-70db, 1-10MHz||>35-70db, 1-10MHz||>35-70db, 1-10MHz||>35-70db, 1-10MHz||>35-70db, 1-10MHz||>35-70db, 1-10MHz|
|Surge Energy Rating||540J||1080J||1080J||1080J||1440J||1440J|
|Telephone Line protection||yes|
|Cord Length||3 feet||6 feet||6 feet||6 feet||6 feet||6 feet|
- Brand Name: APC
- Model Number: PE76
- Power Source Type: AC
- Item Height: 1.18 inches
- Item Length: 13.7 inches
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|Item Weight||1.21 lbs||1.1 lbs||1.72 lbs||2.15 lbs||0.95 lb||2.23 lbs|
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Protection working LED proactively indicates when protection circuitry is working properly. 7 surge protected outlets defend your valuable electronics from dangerous surges, spikes and lightning.
Top Customer Reviews
The joules rating of a surge suppressor is over-hyped. More is fine but several hundred is usually enough, and thousands is overkill.
What is far more important is the key rating is the UL 1449 TVSS ("Transient Voltage Spike Suppression" aka: clamping voltage) Rating, and the specs on APC's website (at [...] ) state that the P74 has a maximum TVSS of 330 volts.
The only problem is, the actual unit I got is far worse than that: 400 volts line-to-neutral, 400 volts neutral-to-ground and 500 volts line-to-ground. In fact, if you look closely at the second picture (of the back side) that has already been posted above, you can see those exact ratings. A good suppressor will have at most 400 volts on all three, and a better quality suppressor (like the P74 is supposed to be) will be 330v on all three.
UPDATE: I have now been in contact with APC technical support. Here is the answer that I got from "Murli" at APC:
"Thank you for contacting Schneider Electric. You have reached APC's customer care center email support on 05/17/2012 10:21 PM. I would be happy to assist you.
Please be advised that P74 has a UL 1449 TVSS Rating of 330V.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by responding to this incident. It would be my pleasure to ensure that your issue is quickly resolved!"
Here's my response to APC tech support:
Thanks for the reply. I appreciate your advisement that the P74 has a UL 1449 TVSS Rating of 330V.
However, the P74 I just bought has a tag on the back that clearly states the UL 1449 rating is 400volts ( L-N & N-G) and 500v ( L-G).
I have taken photos of the back of the P74, clearly showing that the UL 1449 rating on that tag is NOT 330v [photos were attached in the email, and also now posted on Amazon]. As the above photos clearly show, the P74 I received from does not have a a UL 1449 rating of 330v as the specs state. The ratings tag shown in the second photo is unambiguous.
Please advise how I can purchase a P74 that DOES have the advertised UL 1449 rating of 330volts.
I help friends and family out with technology products. Most don’t want to spend much or any money on things like newer outlet strips or replacing ancient extension cords with no surge suppression. Many of the ancient strips with surge suppression have the red light, or the red blinking light flashing that indicates the surge suppression is no longer working. Most ignore it.
For me… it is great to have the option to hand someone a $7-$10 outlet strip that is new and probably has more outlets than their old strip. I feel better as the product appears to be well made and at least has some level of surge suppression. Mostly I feel better at handing them something that looks better than the ancient thing they are plugging their very expensive equipment into. I keep a number of these on hand.
To a small degree, I am also putting some trust into the APC name as they are a well known brand for the much higher quality (and cost) surge suppressors and uninterruptible power supplies.
anyways, when her sister uses it, the tv in my gf's room would start to get fuzzy, i bought this and it has solved the problem. its definitely protecting the tv, roku, pc and blu ray player connected to it