It could happen in the blink of an eye: a sudden power surge that damages or destroys your valuable audio/video equipment. And even if a catastrophic surge never strikes, smaller power fluctuations and electromagnetic line noise can cause incremental hardware damage, performance problems and data loss. The solution to protect your electronics from surge damage and power-related performance problems? Tripp Lite's TLP1208SAT Protect It!® Surge Suppressor. In one compact, cost-effective unit, the TLP1208SAT provides comprehensive protection and performance enhancement for your PC, peripherals and all electronics. It features a high 2880-joule surge suppression rating—more joules mean more protection for your valuable components! Built-in RJ11, RJ45 and Type F coax jacks prevent surges from damaging your modem, fax, cable and satellite equipment. The TLP1208SAT also filters out disruptive line noise that can degrade picture and sound quality, helping to ensure peak audio and video performance.
Versatile Protection for All Electronics The TLP1208SAT offers cost-effective surge protection and performance enhancement for PCs, peripheral devices, audio/visual equipment and all electronics. It provides 12 AC outlets with built-in safety covers, including four widely spaced outlets that can accommodate bulky transformers without blocking other outlets—ample capacity for all your equipment. An eight-foot cord with space-saving right-angle plug allows furniture to be placed flush against the wall. Four keyhole slots on the back of the unit enable the TLP1208SAT to be mounted on a wall.
Phone, Network and Coax Line Surge Protection Phone and network connections represent potential back doors through which damaging surges could reach your equipment. The TLP1208SAT includes one set of tel/DSL (RJ11) jacks and one set of Ethernet (RJ45) jacks to prevent surges from damaging your modem/fax/phone/network equipment (six-foot phone and network cords included). A built-in splitter enables you to protect two devices that share a single phone line. Additionally, one set of coax jacks protects cable, satellite and DVR connections (six-foot coax cable included).
Improved Component Performance Various electromagnetic and radio sources can cause disruptive interference on the AC line. This line noise is a common cause of incremental hardware damage, data corruption and audio/video performance problems. The TLP1208SAT incorporates technology that filters out disruptive line noise, preventing it from affecting your equipment, and helping to ensure peak audio and video performance.
Powerful AC Line Surge Suppression The TLP1208SAT features 2880 joules of surge suppression to prevent even the strongest surges from damaging your valuable electronics. Includes full normal mode (H-N) and common mode (N-G/H-G) line surge suppression.
Built-In Diagnostic Capability Two diagnostic LEDs (GROUNDED & PROTECTED) show power and protection status, enabling you to recognize power problems before they affect your valuable equipment. The GROUNDED LED verifies that the TLP1208SAT is connected to a properly grounded wall outlet. The PROTECTED LED indicates that surge protection is available. If this PROTECTED LED ever goes out, simply return the TLP1208SAT to Tripp Lite for a free replacement. An illuminated master switch provides one-touch power control over all components.
Ultimate Peace of Mind The TLP1208SAT comes with a lifetime product warranty and $250,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance (USA/Canada) to cover connected components against surge damage—for life!
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