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Tripp Lite Protect It! 6-Outlet Surge Protector, 6' Cord (TLP606)

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Item #: 901-TRPTLP606
  Model #: tlp606
Brand: Tripp Lite
Tripp Lite Protect It! 6-Outlet Surge Protector, 6 Cord (TLP606)
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Description
Protect computers and other sensitive electronics with this Tripp Lite white six-outlet 790-joule 6-foot cord surge protector. Keep scanners, printers, and other devices safe from power spikes with this white surge protector. A 790-joule protection rating shields electronics and suppresses surges in both normal and common modes, while an automatic shutoff stops cuts off power if the protection circuit is compromised. Keyhole slots in the bottom panel let you mount the unit on a wall or desk, and the 6-foot power cord allows flexible placement. A special end-outlet is compatible with transformers without blocking access to other outlets, and the six AC outlets accommodate most computers and accessories. This Tripp Lite surge protector filters out EMI and RFI line noise to avoid data loss, hardware damage or disruptions.
  • Surge protector provides 790 Joules of protection for both home and office electronics
  • Features 6 x power NEMA 5-15R outlets
  • Dimensions 10.8"H x 1.85"W x 1.23"D
    Cord length: 6'
  • AC 120 input voltage
  • Meets or exceeds cUL, UL 1363, RoHS, UL 1449 Third Edition, and IEEE 587 standards
  • EMI/RFI noise filtering reduces line noise that can cause data loss and keyboard errors
  • Comes in light gray
  • Lifetime manufacturer limited warranty
Specifications
Brand : Tripp Lite Customizable : No Depth in Inches : 10.30 Height in Inches : 1.54
Joules Of Surge Protection : 2160 Width in Inches : 2.72
Weight : 1.19 lbs. per Each

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