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APC 11-Outlet Surge Protector 3020 Joules with Phone, Network Ethernet and Coaxial Protection, SurgeArrest Performance (P11VNT3)
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- 3020 Joule Surge Protector Power Strip
- 11 Total Power Surge Protector Outlets with Sliding Safety Shutters, 6 Outlets are Block-Spaced for Larger Adapters
- Telephone, Network (Cat-5 Ethernet Port) and Co-Axial Protection against Power Surges along Data Lines
- 8' Cord with 180 Degree Rotation and Right-Angle Plug
- Lifetime warranty and $100,000 Equipment Protection Policy provides peace of mind
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APC P11VNT3 Surge Protector
At a Glance:
- IEEE voltage let-through rating of 40 volts
- Complete data line protection for telephone/DSL, network, and coaxial connections
- 11 outlets with 6 spaced for large box plugs
- Rotating 8-foot cord enables flexible placement in your home or office
- LED lights indicate proper functioning
APC P11VNT3 3020J 11-outlet Performance SurgeArrest Surge Protector
Part of APC's Performance series, the P11VNT3 Surge Protector keeps equipment safe by dispersing excess voltage away from power and data lines. The unit features an IEEE let-through rating of 40 volts to protect from unexpected increases in voltage due to lightning, wiring faults, or utility problems that can damage your valuable electronics. This professional-grade surge protector has 11 outlets as well as inputs for a coaxial cable, network line, and phone line/DSL splitter.
Top IEEE Voltage Let-Through Rating
This unit's IEEE rating of 40 volts means that no more than 40 volts of electricity will ever reach your equipment. The rating indicates that less additional voltage may strain your system and impede performance before the surge protector intervenes to divert the excess voltage.
Power and Data Line Surge Protection
This surge protector has 11 outlets, 6 of which are specially spaced for bulky box plugs. Sliding covers protect outlets from dust when they're not being used. In addition, there are two RJ-11 telephone/DSL connections, an RJ-45 network line connection, and a coaxial connection to protect from power surges any device that uses a standard cable TV input, such as a cable modem, cable box, DSS receiver, A/B switch, splitter, or VCR.
Rotating 8-Foot Power Cord
The P11VNT3 comes with an 8-foot power cord, which rotates 180 degrees where it joins the surge protector to give you flexibility with your home or office setup. The surge protector can also be mounted to the wall. Cord management straps can be used with either arrangement to reduce clutter in your workspace.
Wiring Fault LED Indicators
One LED indicator notifies you of potentially dangerous wiring faults in your building's circuit. Another notifies you if the surge protector's protection capacity has been compromised.
What's in the Box
P11VNT3 Surge Protector, coaxial cable, cord management straps, telephone/DSL cable, and user manual.
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|Item Dimensions||2.4 x 13.6 x 7.6 in||5.7 x 14.1 x 1.9 in||4.7 x 12.9 x 1.4 in||2 x 5.25 x 12 in||15.31 x 1.57 x 29.09 in||6.8 x 3.1 x 5.3 in|
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|Style Name||Coaxial + Tele / DSL + Network||USB Charging||—||10 Outlet + TEL||Block Spaced Outlets||Standard|
APC P11VNT3 6 feet 11 Outlets 3020 Joules Performance SurgeArrest 11 Outlets with tel2/splitter, coax and ethernet jacks
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The APC surge protector doesn't protect. APC denied claim....Stay away!
On June 25th 2013, lightning struck right beside my home. It tripped the main breaker to the house. After getting the power back on, I noticed my electronic equipment that was properly connected to my APC surge protector wasn't working. I filed a claim, and sent in the surge protector as instructed. APC denied the claim as they informed me the surge protector was fine, and showed no internal signs of damage, burning or indicators of power surge.
There are 2 schools of thought -
1. obviously it is ok, as it didn't "perform" as intended and allowed my equipment to be damaged.
2. APC "checked" their own product, in their "own" lab. APC said it showed "no internal signs of damage, burning or indicators of power surge", "no loose parts". There were loose parts, as I heard loose piece(s) inside surge protector while I was preparing it for shipment to APC facility. APC indicated "NO" on loose material section of Test Report, and that just isn't true.
I also filed a claim against Belkin as well (for damaged equipment in 2nd room), and that was denied as well.
Surge protector companies like APC and Belkin are lying to consumers, as their protectors don't protect and their so called "Equipment Protection Policy" is a joke. My equipment was connected properly and simply wasn't protected.
Thank you for providing a false sense of security while using APC/Belkin products. I will no longer be using APC/Belkin equipment, and sharing my thoughts with others.
What ruined it for me on this surge protector was the RJ45 protection ports. I bought this surge protector because we have a PC that keeps getting it's Network Port zapped by lightning. Our network layout is all gigabit (1,000Mbps) and the RJ45 protection ports will only do 10/100 passthrough. What a HORRIBLE design flaw especially in the year 2015! In a nutshell, if you use the network protection port, you will cut your network speed down to 10% of its potential if you have a gigabit router/switch/modem at your home or business. Maybe most people won't care or even use this port but for people with a gigabit network, this is a huge let down.
The plug spacing is just about perfect for what I needed. The cord is long and the plug on the end is right angled and pivoted on center to 45 degrees. All the little things are well done, except the pressure required to plug in something. It takes a heck of a lot of effort to both insert and remove a plug. The one that is not working however, requires very little pressure. While not really a con that the force required is high, it's pretty high. I do wish that one of the plugs was always on, but that's more a product of my needs than an issue.
Turns out, that I am unable to return/exchange this item as well due to it containing "Hazardous materials" or something. At least that's what Amazon's website is telling me "so far" when I tried to go through the motions of returning it. I've contacted Amazon via email to see what my options are. I'm sure they will make me "whole" again, but If not, well, I may open it up and repair whatever wiring is messed up inside. I'd rather not, but you gotta do what you gotta do sometimes.
Update: Amazon emailed back while I was writing this review and is sending me a replacement. Crazy fast response times! But they do not want the original one back due to the hazardous materials policy. Typo in the system maybe, because i don't see what is so hazardous about a general purpose surge protector.
Update 2: Got a replacement, and it's working just fine. The replacement also has a rather high insertion force required, but all the plugs work so whatever. I took the old one apart to see what was going on, and found what I figured happened. Moved some pieces back into position, and the "defective" one is working again. I posted an image of what was inside. Again, I have no idea why this is a hazardous material eligible product. Adding a star from 2 to 3 since my personal "ifixit" rating for this item is a 9. :-D