APC Surge Protector with Phone

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APC Surge Protector with Phone, Network Ethernet and Coaxial Protection, P11VNT3, 3020 Joules, 11 Outlet Surge Protector Power Strip Black
PROS
  • 713 REVIEWS SURGE PROTECTOR
  • 118 REVIEWS POWER STRIP
  • 374 REVIEWS SURGE PROTECTION
  • 117 REVIEWS POWER CORD
  • 69 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
  • 56 REVIEWS HIGH QUALITY
  • 27 REVIEWS PEACE OF MIND
  • 72 REVIEWS COAX CABLE
  • 86 REVIEWS FAR SO GOOD
  • 26 REVIEWS HOME THEATER
  • 69 REVIEWS WELL MADE
  • 51 REVIEWS CABLE BOX
  • 32 REVIEWS BUILD QUALITY
  • 32 REVIEWS YEARS AGO
  • 47 REVIEWS MODEM AND ROUTER
  • 58 REVIEWS CABLE MODEM
  • 312 REVIEWS POWER SURGE
  • 203 REVIEWS GREAT SURGE
  • 28 REVIEWS RIGHT ANGLE
  • 26 REVIEWS HOME OFFICE

3020 Joule surge protector power strip

Top Positive Review

I like that most of these plans are inexpensive and affordable. I don’t like that they never mentioned the product that I am ensuring. This is a problem, since I use this insurance on a lot of gifts that I give. And I’ve had one product fail within the insurance company but it was a gift and we have no way of knowing which insurance product policy is the right one.

60 People Found This Helpful

Top Critical Review

Asurion is by far: the worst company I have ever dealt with as far insurance goes.
Asurion, is a horrible company that attempts at every level to deny any claims using various tactics which no other company does. Square Trade , a different insurance that amazon use to use were great. Too sad amazon now uses Asurion, which is the worst of the worst of all insurance companies. Don??t waste your money on any Asurion Insurance, they are very unethical and lack any credibility
225 People Found This Helpful

Customer Questions & Answers

Does it have hanging holes on the back, so it can be hung 2 or 3 screws? Or does it need to lay on the floor?
Answer: The 320J has 4 hanger holes that will let it be hung in 4 different positions.

does anyone know the clamping voltage for this surge protector?
Answer:

VALUABLE COMMENT ON CLAMPING VOLTAGE RATINGS:

The 120+40 volt rating refers to RMS voltages and is what the suppresor clamps the spike down to, after it is activated. It is not the “kick-in” voltage, which is somewhere from 300-600 volts peak.
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Does this unit have a keyhole screw slots or some manner of attachment on the back so it can be mounted securely instead of just lying loosely?
Answer: Just bought this. Seems odd that distance between screw holes is 116mm. Even odder that their conversion to inches is “4.54?”.

Does this surge protector have a right angle plug so furniture can be pushed close to the wall?
Answer: It does lay flat against the electrical outlet, I have a shelf unit in front of it and there is no conflict, although for safety reasons I would not push furniture too closely up against it.

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Expert Score 9.7
PROS:
  • 713 REVIEWS SURGE PROTECTOR
  • 118 REVIEWS POWER STRIP
  • 374 REVIEWS SURGE PROTECTION
  • 117 REVIEWS POWER CORD
  • 69 REVIEWS HIGHLY RECOMMEND
  • 56 REVIEWS HIGH QUALITY
  • 27 REVIEWS PEACE OF MIND
  • 72 REVIEWS COAX CABLE
  • 86 REVIEWS FAR SO GOOD
  • 26 REVIEWS HOME THEATER
  • 69 REVIEWS WELL MADE
  • 51 REVIEWS CABLE BOX
  • 32 REVIEWS BUILD QUALITY
  • 32 REVIEWS YEARS AGO
  • 47 REVIEWS MODEM AND ROUTER
  • 58 REVIEWS CABLE MODEM
  • 312 REVIEWS POWER SURGE
  • 203 REVIEWS GREAT SURGE
  • 28 REVIEWS RIGHT ANGLE
  • 26 REVIEWS HOME OFFICE
APC Surge Protector with Phone
APC Surge Protector with Phone
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