2 Year Electronics Protection Planfrom Asurion, LLC
- No deductibles or added costs. Parts, labor and shipping included.
- Power surge covered from day one. Other breakdowns covered after the manufacturer's warranty expires.
- Includes 24/7 tech support - setup, connectivity issues, troubleshooting and much more.
- File a claim online or by phone 24/7. If we can't repair it, we'll replace it or reimburse the purchase price with an Amazon e-gift card.
- Plans are only valid for new or certified refurbished products purchased in the last 30 days with no pre-existing damage. Protection plan documents will be delivered via email within 24 hours of purchase.
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Weatherproof Ethernet Surge Protector TP323 is capable of protecting a wide array of valuable technology products. The unit is small, extremely well-built, provide deep protective measures for numerous devices. Known to be reliable, when lightning strikes or any voltage surge that put your devices at risk occurs, the surge protector reacts immediately. Ethernet Suppressor is easy to set up, and easy to use. These surge protectors represent one of the most cost-effective solutions for protecting your devices.
Ethernet Surge Protector
Outdoor or Indoor Mount
Gigabit GbE 1000 Mbps
Pover Over Ethernet PoE+
Protects Two Lines/Cables
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Works as described!
TL:DR - I've had this unit for 1 and 1/2 years now. A few weeks ago we had 5 days of continuous bad thunderstorms. I'm not talking about just rain showers, I mean bad lightning for 5 days every afternoon. It was miserable. Many fires in our county because of these storms.So how did these hold up?
I have four in-line Tupavco protectors starting at the outside of my house to protect all downstream network connections before they enter my main house and ultimately into my core networking cabinet.
The first and second Tupavco is on my guest cottage about 5 yards away from the first protector. It sits in-line for the ethernet entering into the guest cottage and a second protector for the main "backbone" ethernet extending down to my workshop, barn, and gym before feeding back into the core networking cabinet. The third and fourth Tupavco is at the base of my grain silo protecting my network from a weather IP camera mounted 33 feet up on my grain silo and the protecting an aerial (overhead) ethernet cable extending to my gym also protecting my network from the switch that is at the gym.
Remember that lightning? At some point lightning struck my fields near my silo (and maybe the silo itself) enough that the UNPROTECTED ends of my network at the gym switch and the actual camera itself were fried. Like deep fried. The networking switch smelled like burnt silicone and the camera did as well. These two devices were UNPROTECTED and I didn't have any Tupavco protection on those ends. The Tupavcos at the base of the grain silo grounded whatever electrical current hit my switch and camera and protected the core network from any transient voltages. WORKED AS ADVERTISED! I lost about $100 in electronics (switch and IP camera) but over $2,000 in core networking gear (switches, servers, routers, access points, etc.) was protected.
I replaced my IP camera and gym network switch and bought two more of these Tupavco protectors to protect my new gym switch and new IP camera.
Well it's hard to review this because I won't know how well made it is until struck by lightning or some other surge.
Beyond reviewing the actual functionality:
The unit is gray in color as opposed to beige in the picture. I think it looks better being gray.
The unit is built with a sturdy plastic housing (not thin, cheap plastic).
The bottom includes a moisture-resistant cable pass through (which should keep the bugs out too).
I have another communications project I am working on and will be purchasing two more in the near future.
In the main time, I do not want another storm to knock out my network again, so I need a good surge protector for this "unprotected" network.
I tried many RJ45 type of network surge protectors. Most of them are only rated for CAT5 connections, and would not be able to connect anything above 100Mbit network. I saw this product, and decided to give it a try.
Other cheap pass through devices would not even register the connection properly. This neat little gadget was able to register gigabit connection right away! I made a grounding wire out of an old computer power cord, and plugged into a 5000j surge protector.
I tested network speed at speedtest website. Upload speed at 915-950 Mbit, and download speed at about the same range.
For reliable gigabit ethernet surge protection, this is the real deal. It is unfortunate that consumer has to go out of the way to fix the inadequate installation of a big network giant like AT&T. I feel sorry for average user who are not electronically inclined, and had to deal with the consequences of a bucks of cost cutting.
If you have "unprotected" installation from AT&T, you should get this and avoid hundreds of hours of frustration going through their support and claim process. That is a story for another time...
See attached photos of before and after my installation to fix what AT&T refused to address.
Have a question? Just ask me, and I will answer to the best of my knowledge.
Product has a design flaw in the copper weight / trace size that carries the signal from the connector pins to the gas tube. Lost that $700 board now because the traces on the printed wire board opened up, and allowed the surge to pass through. See photos.
Why I can’t give 5 stars:
There are no installation instructions that ship with the item, so make sure to watch the video here on Amazon and read the comments and question/answers section. The description of the unit also does not say the gauge of ground wire you need, but I was able to find out asking a question here on Amazon. It’s gauge #10 if you are interested to know, and I purchased the ground wire here on Amazon as well as a separate item.
Several lightning storms later, it is still going strong, which I cannot say for the last varistor version. But then, the effects of lightning are rather unpredictable, so it may just be random chance.