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Monoprice 12 Outlet Surge Protector Power Strip with 2 Built In 2.1A USB Charger Ports - White - 6ft Cord | UL Rated, 4, 230 Joules with Grounded and Protected Light Indicator, 12 Outlets - 4230 Joules (109203)
- 2-In-1 power/circuit breaker switch | power outlet safety shutters
- The Surge protector has 4 keyholes on the back, allowing it to be secured to a wall or other surface.
- This model includes twelve protected power outlets, 4 of which are positioned for AC power adapters, and a 2-port 2.1a USB charger.
- Monoprice not only stands behind every product we sell with a 1 year replacement warranty, We offer a 30-day money back guarantee as well! If the product you purchase does not satisfy your needs, Send it back for a full refund.
- Monoprice Rugged design and rigid quality control standards deliver high quality products at fair prices.
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Protect your electronic equipment from damaging voltage and current spikes with this Monoprice surge protector. This model includes twelve protected power outlets 4 of which are positioned for AC power adapters and a 2 port 2.1a USB charger. The clear plastic tabs on the sides of the unit illuminate Green to indicate when the surge protector is providing protection to your equipment and when a proper ground is detected. When the protection circuitry has been fully consumed by power and current spikes the protection light will no longer illuminate indicating that the surge protector should be replaced. When the grounded tab is not illuminated it indicates that there is a problem with the house wiring and that the ground is not properly connected to the power outlet. The surge protector has 4 keyholes on the back allowing it to be secured to a wall or other surface. Features: 2 port 2.1a USB charger protected power outlets 4320 joules of protection power outlet safety shutters foot power cord 2 in 1 Power/circuit breaker switch built in EMI/RFI filter 15a 1800 watts capacity UL/cUL rated.This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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For the first time in about 3 months my internet is working again. Although I didn't make the connection until recently, my internet started to have serious issues around the same time I started using this product in the same room as my WiFi router. My connection would drop from 70Mbps to numbers like 0.16Mbps or 0.67Mbps, which effectively means your internet stalls completely since nothing can operate at such slow speeds. This would happen a few times per hour and last for 5-10 minutes at a time, sometimes more. I replaced my router, modem box, had them send out techs to inspect our equipment and lines, and nothing solved the issue, This went on for about 3 months and ended up costing a few hundred dollars in the end after replacing routers and such.
Eventually I had a weird hunch that it could be this power adapter. Initially I was thinking it could be an issue with the modem and router being connected to the same power brick, so I switched them over to an old power strip for a day. Nothing changed, but during this time I was also reading through all of the reviews here to see if anyone had a similar issue. I noticed in the item description that it has RFI and EMI filters (to block external interference, although I am not sure why this is needed in a power strip). So while keeping the modem and router connected to a separate outlet, I turned off the power to this Monoprice brick. Immediately, my internet shot up from under 1Mbps to its normal 68-70Mbps (monitoring using the Speedtest app on my phone). I turned the brick power back on, and after about 15 seconds, the internet dripped again to almost zero. I did this over and over for about 15 minutes and every single time the brick was on, no internet. When the brick was off, the internet speeds were normal.
I now have a new power brick/surge protector and have had the first few days of functional internet in months. I never suspected anything like this was possible. It only affected the actual speeds of the internet, not the WiFi signal, so it was very hard to track down. I can't fathom why this feature is even needed, but it definitely was not designed properly since it essentially created a bubble where my WiFi signal could not get through.
My room is small so I cannot place my router further than a few feet from the power strip. If you have this product in a different area of the house than your main router, I am not sure if it will have the same effects. However, it might still block the WiFi speeds for the devices plugged into this brick and close by. Since it was located near my router it slowed our internet for the entire house. Had this been used downstairs, maybe it would have only affected devices near the strip itself. Obviously I am not going to use this product any more to find out.
Either way, this product was a waste of money, and caused me hundreds of dollars over the course of a few months. I can't return it so I will just throw it in the trash. Hopefully my headaches can help someone troubleshoot their issues in the future.
There are also two freakin' sweet green LED (Kelly green, not celery green) lightpipes on either side of the unit that make the whole thing look totally wicked. Each plug has a sliding cover which is easy enough to move out of the way when you're plugging in. The USB ports charge my devices as expected.
The whole unit is very lightweight, and is thinner than it looks, which makes me wonder how long it will last, but I'm not terribly worried about it.
I mounted the power strip on the wall next to my office desk for all the plugging and unplugging that I find myself doing from time to time, and it suits my needs perfectly.
Do NOT buy—spend the extra money on a 12 outlet one from Belkin (which literally last decades).
My only gripe would have to be when plugging anything in to charge on the usb outlets I get a buzzing noise. This happens with my tablet, smartphones, and any accessories that I happen to charge on these ports. I don't know if that's normal, it's just odd seeing as I don't get that noise using wall chargers. Lastly, when I first opened the box and took out the surge protector it had a small piece of something inside tumbling around.
Other then those gripes which subtracted only one star, I have been enjoying my Monoprice surge protector. No major malfunctions, no issues what so ever other then what was stated earlier. I would recommend this product to others looking for a decent amount of plugs on a surge protector with the added convenience of usb charging.