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12 Outlet Surge Protector + USB-C and USB-A ports

SKU: SRA007p12tt6
$39.99

12 Outlet Surge Protector + USB-C and USB-A ports

$39.99

12 Outlet Surge Protector + USB-C and USB-A ports

SKU: SRA007p12tt6
5 out of 5 Customer Rating

Power up to 15 devices with our 12 Outlet Surge Protector with USB-C and USB-A ports. Its 6-foot cable is perfect for any professional workstation or home office. It also keeps your laptops, phones, and tablets safe with overvoltage protection.  

$39.99
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Surge Protection for up to 15 Devices

Power up to 15 devices with our 12 Outlet Surge Protector with USB-C and 2 USB-A ports. An included 6-foot cable is perfect for any professional workstation or home office. It also keeps your laptops, phones, and tablets safe with overvoltage at 4000 J overcurrent and overload protection. A convenient on/off switch gives you even more control and easier access to power for your connected devices.

12 AC Outlets, 2 USB-A and 1 USB-C Ports

Charge up to 15 devices simultaneously to save time and precious desk space. Safe power with surge protection in one convenient place via 12 AC outlets, 2 USB-A ports and 1 USB-C port.

Extra-Long 6-Foot Cable

The included extra-long cable reaches up to 6-feet from the outlet, making it even easier to access power from behind furniture and hard-to-reach spots and perfect for any workstation or home office.

4000 Joules Surge Protection

Protect your media and devices when you safely power them with overcurrent and overload protection

Easy Access Mount

Mount on the wall to keep it in place and within easy reach. Keep your workstation or home office cabling organized.

Power Switch

Quickly and easily control the power to all your devices with the onboard power on/off rocker switch.

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The protective components inside surge protectors absorb over-voltage spikes to protect your connected devices which means they will eventually wear out and permanently turn off. Replace them every 3 years or immediately after any over-voltage spike event such as a thunderstorm or power outage because surge protectors degrade faster if they are exposed to high intensity events. Periodically check the surge protector enclosure and cable for signs of wear or heat distress. Replace an expired surge protector with a new one at the end of its useful life.