It could happen in the blink of an eye: a sudden power surge that damages or destroys your valuable electronic equipment. And even if a catastrophic surge never strikes, smaller power fluctuations and electromagnetic line noise can disrupt equipment settings and corrupt or erase important data. The solution to protect your computer and other electronics from surge damage and data loss? Tripp Lite's TLP712 Protect It!™ Surge Suppressor. In one compact, cost-effective unit, the TLP712 provides reliable surge protection for all electronics. It features seven outlets, an extra-long 12-ft. cord and a 1080-joule surge suppression rating—more joules mean more protection for your valuable components! The TLP712 also filters out disruptive line noise that can degrade component performance, helping to assure that your equipment performs at its peak.
TLP712 Surge Suppressor Offers:
Economical surge protection for all home and office electronics
1080-joule surge suppression rating
7 surge-protected AC outlets; extra-long 12-ft. cord
$25,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance coverage for connected equipment
Versatile Protection for All Electronics with an Extra-Long Cord The TLP712 offers economical surge protection for PCs, peripheral devices and all electronics in an attractive all-black housing. It provides 7 AC outlets, including one outlet that accommodates a bulky transformer without blocking other outlets. An extra-long 12-ft. cord enables connection to a distant wall outlet. Two keyhole slots on the rear of the housing enable the TLP712 to be wall mounted.
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 performance problems. The TLP712 incorporates technology that filters out disruptive line noise, preventing it from affecting your equipment, and helping to assure peak performance.
Powerful AC Line Surge Suppression The TLP712 provides 1080 joules of surge suppression to prevent 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 A green diagnostic LED indicates that surge protection is available. If this PROTECTED LED ever goes out, simply return the TLP712 to Tripp Lite for a free replacement. An illuminated master switch provides one-touch power control over all components.
Ultimate Peace of Mind The TLP712 comes with $25,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance—guaranteed lifetime protection for your equipment in case of surge damage, including direct lightning strikes. And it's simple: Ultimate Lifetime Insurance coverage begins the moment you purchase the TLP712, with no forms to fill out or send in. Additionally, this Tripp Lite Protect It! Surge Suppressor is backed by a lifetime product warranty and a rapid-response, no-questions-asked replacement policy that's unmatched in the industry.
Tripp Lite TLP712 Protect It!™ Surge Suppressor:
Voltage compatibility: 120 VAC
Frequency compatibility: 50/60 Hz
Output volt amp capacity (amps): 15
Overload protection: 15-amp circuit breaker
AC suppression rating (joules): 1080
Outlet quantity/type: 7 x 5-15R
Input cord: 12 ft.
Input plug: 5-15P
Switches/LEDs/alarms: On/Off power/circuit breaker switch; 1 diagnostic LED
Dimensions (HWD): 1.32 x 11.69 x 2.05
Weight: 1.76 lbs.
Material of construction: Plastic
Agency approvals: UL 1449 & UL 1363; RoHS
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Product DescriptionIt could happen in the blink of the eye:
a sudden power surge that damages or destroys your valuable electronic components. And even if a catastrophic surge never strikes, smaller power fluctuations and electromagnetic line noise can disrupt ...