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Surge Suppressor, 15A, 6 Outlet, 4 ft, Gray
- Item # 2MY53
- Mfr. Model # TLP604
- UNSPSC # 39121610
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 0.9 lbs.
- ItemSurge Protection Outlet Strip
- Number of Outlets6
- Cord Length4 ft.
- Rated Joules790
- NEMA Receptacle Configuration5-15R
- NEMA Plug Configuration5-15P
- Max. Amps15
- Coax Surge ProtectionNo
- NEC Cord DesignationSJT
- Power IndicatorYes
- Circuit BreakerYes
- Number of Transformer Outlets1
- Outlet Surge ProtectionYes
- Max. Surge Current36kA
- Mounting StyleKeyhole
- Housing MaterialPlastic
- Outlet Center Distance28.5mm
- For Use WithDesktop, Network Or Home Computing Application Requiring Ac Line Protection
- IncludesInstruction Manual with Warranty Information
- StandardsUL1449 3rd Edition (AC Suppression), UL1363 (Power Tap), cUL / CSA (Canada), Approvals RoHS
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