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Belkin SurgePro BV108050-06 8-Outlets Surge Suppresor

  • 6ft
  • 8 Outlets
  • 3690 Joules
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Model

Brand
BELKIN
Model
BV108050-06

Specification

Outlets
8
Cord Length
6ft
Maximum Spike Amperage
135,000A
AC Suppression Joule Rating
3690 Joules
EMI/RFI Noise Filter
150kHz~100MHz up to 58dB Reduction
Clamping Voltage
UL 1449 500V
Protection Modes
H-N, N-G and H-G
Features
3690-Joule energy rating provides superior power protection for all your high-end home entertainment system devices

Recessed power switch prevents accidental shutdowns

Protection indicators show protection is active and outlets are grounded

BlockSpace Outlets accommodate large adapters

USB charging for one 2.1A device or two 1A devices

Heavy-Duty Power Cord delivers clean, reliable power

Mounting Holes easily secure the Surge Protector to walls, baseboards, or furniture

Low-Profile plug fits in tight spaces

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  • Jaime S.
  • 5/31/2014 9:05:37 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsHow to Choose the best SURGE PROTECTOR

Pros: ·Buy the right number of ports.
·Consider the gear you'll plug into the surge protector.
·Check for the UL seal, and make sure it's a "transient voltage surge suppressor." Making sure that the surge protector you're planning to buy is both certified by Underwriter's Laboratories, and at least meets their UL 1449 standards (required for the label "transient voltage surge suppressor,") will make sure the surge protector you take home will actually protect the equipment you plug into it.
·Check the surge protector's energy absorption rating, and its "clamping voltage." The absorption rating is, as the name implies, how much energy it can absorb before it fails. You'll want something at least 6-700 joules or higher. (Higher is better here.) The clamping voltage is the voltage that will trigger the surge protector—or essentially when the surge protector wakes up and starts absorbing energy. Look for something around 400 V or less. Lower is better here. Finally, see if response time is listed in the product details—it's good to know, and lower is better.
· And for last, Check the warranty. Some surge protectors warranty the devices connected to it for some amount of damages if a power surge does get through. Check to see what's covered (and what isn't), and how you can file a warranty claim if the surge protector fails.
-IMPORTANT TO KNOW:As far as cost, the most expensive is not always the best. The best thing to do is figure out what you need to protect and buy accordingly.
This Belkin Model is really accurate, high quality building and enough joules to support your best technology.
Be sure you're getting the best of the best.

Cons: none at all.

Other Thoughts: Don't Daisy Chain Multiple Surge Protectors:
Odds are you've daisy chained, or plugged a power strip into another power strip or surge protector, when you were desperate for more outlets. It's tempting, and it's easy, but it's also dangerous. Charles explains:P

As far as daisy chaining surge protectors, it doesn't work. The first strip will trip if a second is plugged into it and used. In theory power strips can be daisy chained since they lack surge protection, however I would severely advise against it.

Remember in "A Christmas Story," when they had all those cords plugged in at once and it blew a fuse? Yeah, it's kind of like that except that overloading the circuit can create the source of ignition for an electrical fire.P

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  • Alejandro C.
  • 4/23/2014 6:53:54 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsawesome

Pros: 6 outlets to connect electronics 2 separated for transformers

Cons: none

Other Thoughts: i like this design a lot, 2 usb chargers, 2 separated outlets to connect those big transformers some things still have, works great no cons at all

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