Belkin BE112230-08 12-Outlet Power Strip Surge Protector
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- 12-plug power strip with 8-foot cord, ideal for home or office use
- Electrical rating for continuous duty is 15A/125V/1875W. AC Plug Style-Right Angle
- Features sliding outlet safety covers and a cord-management clip
- Protects heavy-duty devices with a 3,940-joule energy rating ; Phone line protection ensures open and continuous phone line connections
- Backed by a lifetime warranty and $300,000 connected equipment warranty
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At a Glance:
- 12 surge-protected outlets with 3940-Joule energy rating.
- Eight-foot heavy-duty power cord.
- Six BlockSpace outlets.
Surge Protection For up to 12 Devices
1. Six regular surge-protected outlets.
2. Six Block Space surge-protected outlets.
3. Eight-foot heavy-duty power cord.
4. Right angle plug.
5. 1-in, 2-out RJ11 telephone/fax protection.
6. Protected/Not Grounded indicators keep equipment safe.
7. Sliding safety covers.
8. Coaxial cable protection.
Reduced Electromagnetic Interference
The essential power filtration on this surge protector reduces electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI) to block unwanted line noise, ensuring better performance of protected equipment. It also helps prevent equipment lockup.
Surge Protection For up to 12 Devices
The Belkin 12-Outlet Surge Protector safeguards your electronic devices from power surges and spikes. This 3940-Joule surge protector features 12 surge-protected outlets with sliding safety covers that provide reliable protection for your workstations, printers, broadband modems, home theater systems, and everyday household electronics. Simply plug the surge protector into any AC wall outlet and connect your device to keep it safe from surges, lightning strikes, and AC contamination.
Protects Against Spikes and Fluctuations
With the Belkin 12-Outlet Surge Protector, you never have to worry about things like power spikes or storms damaging your valuable devices. Intelligent circuitry with built-in voltage sensing detects and responds to your device's power needs, while safety features ensure that your devices are protected.
Indicators Show When You're Protected
With the Belkin 12-Outlet Surge Protector, you don't have to guess whether or not your electronic devices are protected against damaging voltage fluctuations, surge, and spikes. The 'Protected' indicator light turns green to let you know that your equipment is secure, while the 'Not-Grounded' indicator light turns red to warn you when your outlet is not properly grounded.
Heavy-Duty Eight-Foot Power Cord
Protect your connected devices while keeping the Belkin Surge Protector out of the way thanks to an eight-foot power cord. Its heavy-duty design helps protect the cord from damage and ensures optimal power flow to your devices.
Blockspace Outlets for Larger Adapters
With six regular outlets and six BlockSpace outlets, the Belkin Surge Protector can accommodate larger power adapters -- like oversized printer and charger plugs -- without blocking other outlets. The detachable cord management clip helps keep your cables organized and out of the way.
Protection for Cable Box/Satellite and Telephone/Fax
The Belkin 12-Outlet Surge Protector power strip features coaxial cable protection to safeguard cable box/satellite connections, and 1-in, 2-out RJ11 telephone/fax protection. Oversized Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs) absorb excess electricity, and damage-resistant housing protects circuits from fire, impact, and rust while preventing dents and scratches.
Space-Saving Design with Right Angle Plug
Ideal for a home office, entertainment center, or any room with multiple electronic devices, the Belkin 12-Outlet Surge Protector has a slender, space-saving design. The right angle plug features a low profile that fits easily in tight spaces and behind furniture. It fits flat against the wall so that furniture can be pushed up against it with no damage to the cord, and the right-angle design creates room for other plugs to share the outlet.
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12 OUTLETS WITH SAFETY COVERS; 3780 JOULES; TELEPHONE/ETHERNET PROTECTION; COAXIAL PROTECTION; IDEAL FOR COMPUTERS, LASER PRINTERS & HOME THEATER SYSTEMS; INCLUDES DETACHABLE CORD MANAGEMENT FOR CABLE ORGANIZATION; RIGHT-ANGLE PLUG KEEPS CORD CLOSE TO THE WALL; 8-FT POWER CORD; $300,000 CONNECTED EQUIPMENT WARRANTY
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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 originally purchased this around February 2012. The product failed within the first 30 days while being hooked up to my computer and a TV. There was no smoke or surge - it simply shut off and never turned on again. No fuses tripped within my home... something apparently just shorted out inside the unit.
I did a simple exchange with amazon and received unit #2. This one worked until this week when the same thing happened. Powers down and never provides power again. I know amazon no longer will be able to aid me in the process but I know there is also a manufacture warranty.
I visit Belkin.com and find the warranty page. They have a process similar to Amazon which allows them to ship you the new product, then you return the defective one to them once the new one is received. I'm thinking this is great... nice and easy like amazon. So I type in the model number (BE-112234-10), select defective product, and click next. At this point it wants my shipping and billing information. I understand they will want they billing details as they need to have someone to charge in the event I do not return the product.. okay, no problem.
So far there has been no mention about how shipping charges are covered (both return shipping and new product shipping). This is obviously a huge part of the equation for a $25.00 product and I assume it will be covered eventually once they provide some actual dollar figures about what I will be charged if I don't return the bad one. So I click next after filling in my shipping/billing details... and... Surprise! You have been charged $64.99+ tax for a total of $69.80. It allows me to print a shipping label which is basically just their address and nothing is prepaid. So now I am annoyed. They have charged me $70 dollars and I have to pay to ship the item back. They couldn't highlight EITHER of those two points before charging me?
So I check my email for an order number so I can contact them to get this straightened out. No email. Fantastic. No record of a transaction except them telling me I'm getting charged.
So I contact CitiBank (my credit card) to notify them of a probable dispute at this point... and they tell me the actual charge was $80.30. So not only did Belkin deceptively charge my credit card but they charged it for more than the stated amount. I am assuming the extra is for the shipping to send me the new one. So they want me to pay $10 dollars to ship the product to them, $10 dollars to ship me a new one... wait... the math is starting to fail here. This product varies from $18 to $25 here on Amazon.
Anyway, short version: product failed twice (which to me warrants the one star review alone), Belkin customer service then provides the trifecta of failure. I'd buy a new one from amazon but at this point I don't really want to give Belkin even a dollar.
**Review update 1 month later -
After my initial issue, I emailed Belkin support to notify them of the issue and request the order cancelled. Five days later I received a response that appeared to be written by an actual person (versus an automated reply) that stated
"Thank you for contacting Belkin Technical Support.
In response to your query, I understand that you have experienced issues while filling the replacement form, you have been charged $69.80 for the replacement and $20 for the shipment.
I apologize for the inconvenience caused. I will certainly help you with this.
It seems that you have been charged $20.00 for shipment and you haven't received about the status of your order. I do understand how you feel from your end. Please call our customer support department during business hours"
So that was great. I try to call their customer service. Excessive hold times killed my lunch hour so I give up and instead notify UPS that I am refusing delivery of the package. So they reroute the shipment back to Belkin. I assume all is well - until today... a month later.. They charged me again. No words. I never received anything and tracking shows it was returned to their docks almost a month ago, yet they charge me. How is this a major company.
1- Joule rating: This is the maximum amount of energy it can absorb or redistribure before letting through your device. So higher the rating, better the product. Technically over 400-500 joules are considered to be OK and in this aspect 4156J rating for this device is excellent
2- Response time: This is the delay between a surge hits to this device and the protective mechanism kicks off. Most modern devices are pretty good in this aspect. Ideally the delay should be in picosecond range and this product specifies the delay as less than 1 nanosecond so again in the picosecond level, which is fine
3- Wattage: This is the maximum wattage that can pass through this device. Assume that you daisy chain a plug extender and connected various appliances to the same protector. The sum of the wattage of those devices should be less or equal to the wattage of this device. This device allows a maximum of 1800 watts which means you can not attach a 800W kettle and a 1500 watt heater onto the same plug adapter. However since these surge protectors are mainly designed for small electronic appliances, not for kettles or heaters, then, pratctically there is no possibility to exceed this limit. So which is fine too..
3- The last but not least is the clamping voltage or let through voltage: This is very important when buying a surge protector however in many websites this information is overlooked and not included. Clamping voltage is the voltage, above which the surge protector starts protecting. So basically our appliances are designed for 110V and when there is an electrical surge the voltage coming through the power line can go up to thousands in a split second, which means that all your unprotected devices get instantly toasted and that is why we need a surge protector, however a surge protector does not mean that it will protect you from small voltage deviations. Most standard surge protectors do nothing until the voltage goes above 500V this is their clamping voltage, some cheap ones have clamping voltage of 800V or even more. Considering that most delicate electronic appliances start showing damage above 380V these cheap ones basically do nothing but watch your device burn. The lower the clamping voltage the better protection. Ideally clamping voltage should be between 330- 500 V for a decent unit. This one has a 400V value which is pretty decent too. Some sources even value 400V over 330V due to the fact that lower clamping voltage also means the shorter lifespan for the protector. So 400V triline clamping voltage is great for this unit.
A few words about the ethernet protection: most people think it is really unlikely that your internet or telephone line gets hit instead of your powerline but the internet protection protects you for this possibility. Basically you plug your main the ethernet cable to this device and attach your modem with a separate cable originating from this device. You may think this would have a detrimental effect on connection speed but for my 50/25 mb (down/up) verizon fios connection there was no speed lost (compared before and after with ookla speed test). Yet you may find it troublesome at faster speeds and find this an overkill and that is completely up to you.
Although this protector is advertised as a 12 outlet one, there is no way you can use all at the same time especially if you have bulky adapters like I do.
Finally, I am also surprised about the recent price increase. I bought this a couple of months ago for $21 and now it is almost $29. To me, that is an unfair price jump and you may wish to look for external vendors for better price, but apart from that with all features, I believe this device is the best you can do to protect your valuables from an electrical surge...