Tripp Lite Protect It! Direct Plug-In Surge Suppressor, 4 Outlets, 720 Joules, Black

Direct plug-in surge suppressor designed for computers, peripherals and larger home electronics. - View Complete Details

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Tripp Lite Protect It! Direct Plug-In Surge Suppressor, 4 Outlets, 720 Joules, Black - The compact design of this direct plug-in suppressor keeps cords neater and presents less tripping hazard. Designed for computers, peripherals, and larger home electronics, such as stereos and TVs. Features four side-mounted outlets, of which two are designed especially for transformer plugs.

  • Compact direct plug-in design.
  • Designed for computers, peripherals, and larger home electronics.
  • Four side-mounted outlets; two for transformers.
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4.0

excellent format, curious LED indicator

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Comments about Tripp Lite Protect It! Direct Plug-In Surge Suppressor, 4 Outlets, 670 Joules, Black:

This was the right answer for a couple of places in my house - and with lower switched outlets I'm able to defeat that and get 4 items on the "always on" tap.

The odd thing is the red "ground" LED. In my world, red means "fault" but not this time.

 
5.0

User friendly product.

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Comments about Tripp Lite Protect It! Direct Plug-In Surge Suppressor, 4 Outlets, 670 Joules, Black:

Easy to use, just plug it in and plug your equipment in to it and forget about it.

 
5.0

Compact and off the floor

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Comments about Tripp Lite Protect It! Direct Plug-In Surge Suppressor, 4 Outlets, 670 Joules, Black:

So many of these products have 6 or more outlets, but the product is a long strip that sits on the floor, desk, or counter. I like this one because its on the wall, easy to reach, and doesn't collect "dust bunnies".

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