Home Office Surge Protector

    Home Office Surge Protector

    Save Energy. Save Money

    Smart surge protection can help you help the planet by automatically shutting down your entire system with a single touch. Shut off the master component, then all the others attached to the secondary outlets automatically shut down. See all benefits

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Home Office Surge Protector

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Protect your electronic devices

  • 2160 Joules

    Prevent thousands of dollars of damage to your electronic devices.

  • $250,000 connected equipment warranty*

    Protects your connected equipment for the life of the product.

  • Power Blocker

    Automatically shuts down power to the connected devices.

  • Protected Phone/DSL connections

    Sidactors are used for protecting the phone lines. These connectors accomodate and RJ11 cord, routing the telephone line through the surge protector to guard against spikes and surges.

  • 6 outlets

    Converts one outlet into six outlets allowing you to plug in multiple devices from one single AC outlet.

  • 6 ft power cord

    Provides power to the unit which can be 6 feet from the AC outlet.

  • Master outlet

    Provides power exclusively to the master device.

  • 4 secondary outlets

    Flow of power to these outlets is automatically controlled by the master device, conveniently averting stand-by modes for energy savings.

  • 1 always-on outlet

    An outlet that is not controlled by the master power switch. Constant power is maintained for devices like rechargers, fax machines, etc.

  • Worry free protection indicators

    LED lights let you know if your surge protector is functioning properly.

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