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Belkin 12-Outlet Power Strip Surge Protector, 8ft Cord(3,940 Joules), Gray
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- 12 outlet surge protector with 8 feet/2 meter cord and right angle AC plug
- Safeguards computers, appliances, home theater and office equipment from potentially damaging power surges
- Specs: 3,940 Joule energy rating, 6,000 volts maximum spike voltage, AC 15A, 125V, 1875W
- Safe usage: Correct operation is important – see product description section below for useful safety information
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Used only few months, looks like brand new!
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Safeguard Your Electronics
- Home theater equipment
- Kitchen appliances
- Computers and laptops
- Office equipment
- Smartphones and tablets
Premium Protection for Your Electronics
Belkin 12-Outlet Power Strip Surge Protector, 8ft. Cord
Protect your devices from power surges with the Belkin 12-Plug Power Strip Surge Protector. The generous 8-foot extension power strip features six regular outlets and six BlockSpace outlets that accommodate oversized power adapters without blocking other outlets. With an intelligent circuit design that detects and accommodates the power needs of your devices, the multi plug power strip ensures your devices preform optimally.
- 12 surge-protected outlets
- 3,940-Joule energy rating
- 8-foot/2.4-meter heavy-duty power cord
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|Item Dimensions||6.10 x 2.10 x 15.60 inches||11.75 x 2.99 x 1.14 inches||3.97 x 1.10 x 11.40 inches||11.75 x 2.99 x 1.14 inches||13.70 x 2.05 x 1.18 inches||15.80 x 1.70 x 6.00 inches|
|Item Weight||2.15 lbs||1.97 lbs||2.45 lbs||1.42 lbs||1.21 lbs||1.80 lbs|
|Style||12-Outlet||—||Phone Protection||—||Outlet Only||8-Outlet|
Protect your devices from power surges with the Belkin 12-Plug Power Strip Surge Protector. The generous 8-foot extension power strip features six regular outlets and six BlockSpace outlets that accommodate oversized power adapters without blocking other outlets. With an intelligent circuit design that detects and accommodates the power needs of your devices, the multi plug power strip ensures your devices preform optimally. The network surge protector features a right angle plug with a low profile that fits conveniently behind furniture. Easy to use, the commercial power strip has a green "Protected" indicator light that assures your devices are secure and a red "Not-Grounded" indicator light that illuminates when your outlet is not correctly grounded. With a heavy-duty design that resists damage, the Belkin multi outlet surge protector safeguards your devices and helps enhance their performance.
SURGE PROTECTION SAFETY
If a surge protector ever becomes hot to the touch, shut off the unit immediately.
Never daisy-chain power strips to other power strips or extension cords
Never allow a power strip to be exposed to a moist environment
Avoid running too many high-energy consuming appliances through a single surge protector at once
High-energy consuming electronics/appliances include window AC units, space heaters, refrigerators, washers/dryers etc.
Only one power strip should be plugged into a single two-outlet electrical socket
Never cover a surge protector with carpet, furniture, or anything that would limit or prevent air circulation
IMPORTANT: The protective components inside surge protectors that absorb over-voltage spikes will eventually wear out. Most estimates put the average lifespan of a surge protector from 3 to 5 years.
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I have been using the slightly cheaper model of this version from Belkin that doesn't have quite as much in the joules rating, and it has worked flawlessly since Dec 2017.
I am mentioning this because I was put back by the photos of the holes burnt in them. I plug a lot of things into mine and there is never a problem, but of course that is a standard 46" TV, or my 56", stereo equipment etc. etc. etc. and it works without a whisper. I have a few space heaters in the house for emergencies and usually just plug them directly into the wall on a dedicated circuit. Space heaters are cheap and the threat of a lightning spike is remote but due to the price it is not a big risk. I'm not an electrician, but that is my two cents.
I just bought two of these for only a couple of dollars more than my other one just like it. It has a few hundred more joules in the rating like 4 thousand some instead of 3900. Works great. If something goes wrong I will be back to update my review.
Amazon was cool and immediately sent me a replacement, but the replacement is of the same generation and is quite cheaply manufactured. It functions as an on/off switch, but I wouldn't trust it to do anything else. And I can't safely open it to verify the integrity of its internal components because the screws they use are single-use.
So, yeah, pay attention to what you're buying here. The price is cheaper than it was a year ago, and the quality of manufacturing has also decreased.
I live in a suuuper old house, like predating the Civil War old, so I bought this power strip for the Belkin name and the fact that it cost more than your run of the mill $8 ones you pick up at the store and may fair better with my old faulty wiring.
You'd think for double the money it would be better right?
WRONG! After only three months I just found this thing with a melted hole in the back and a big black spot on my wall where it exploded.
I've had power strips from 1988 that've held up longer!
The second minor issue I have with this equipment is the power sockets are too close to each other, so any wider power adapter will cover the adjacent socket.
If you are just looking for some extra outlets, I would suggest buying a cheaper power strip. If you're looking for something to protect against lightning strikes, you can forget this power strip and probably any other. Our electrician suggested we buy a whole house surge protector, which costs about $350, and so that will probably be our solution after we do some research on a reliable brand.. We certainly won't be buying anymore expensive surge protector power strips. This one at least was worthless.
However mounting is easy, the quality looks fine but the false advertisement about the USB outputs is very disappointing.
Belkin sometimes makes good products like Belkin BE112230-08 12-Outlet Power Strip Surge Protector this definitely is NOT one of them.
I got myself APC 6-Outlet Wall Surge Protector 1080 Joules with USB Charger Ports, SurgeArrest Wall Tap (P6WU2) which is cheaper, has better USB output and the plugs are separated from each other.
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This is a great product & helped me clear up a lot of cabling clutter. The power outlets are in different positions which allow you to put different devices with various adapters together, otherwise the last bar i was using had 12 slots but they were right besides each other and if you install an adapter, it would cover 1 other outlet besides it making that outlet useless.
The picture does not show it but there is actually a cable management at the end of the outlet which you can use to run your cables nicely through.
El diseño en general no es muy bonito, pero es funcional pues puedes poner diferentes conectores en diferentes posiciones lo que evita que se pierdan enchufes por la distribución de los conectores.
Tiene unos LEDs indicadores si esta conectado a corriente y si detecta que el enchufe no esta aterrizado. Además me gustó que el cable para conectarlo a la corriente es bastante largo.
En general, recomiendo el producto.