The Electronics 6-Outlet Surge Protector protects household electronics from surges, spikes, and sudden changes in electrical-Voltage. The red surge protection LED indicator illuminates to show the unit is working properly. The green ground LED indicator illuminates to show the unit is plugged into a properly grounded wall receptacle. The surge protector has (6) grounded 3-pronged outlets and a 4 ft. power cord. The EMI/RFI noise filter allows clean power to enter your equipment and reduces harmful EMI and RFI noise that may cause unexpected data loss and unintended signal infiltration. The light-up power switch displays when power is on and comes with a built-in resettable circuit breaker in the event of an overload. This surge protector protects digital cameras, TVs, MP3 docking stations plus much more. The Electronics 6-Outlet 1000-Joule Surge Protector comes with a 150,000-dollar connected equipment warranty. Coleman Cable, Inc. is a leading manufacturer and innovator of electrical and electronic wire and cable products for the security, sound, telecommunications, electrical construction, retail, commercial, industrial, irrigation, HVAC and automotive markets. Coleman Cable, Inc. offers a family of leading brands such as Moon rays, fire shield and Woods. Woods has been a leading developer of electrical products for consumers and professional contractors. With years of experience, wood industries collaborates with their customers to deliver quality products to retail.
- Features 1000-joules of surge protection and (6) grounded 3-pronged outlets
- 4 ft. power cord with right angle plug that allows you to move furniture closer to your wall
- Sliding safety covers to protect children from accidentally inserting objects into unused outlets
- EMI/RFI noise filter allows clean power to enter your equipment and reduces harmful noise
- Comes with a 150,000-dollar connected equipment warranty protection
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