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53TZ15 36362 UNSPSC # 39121710

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Surge Protector Outlet Strip, 7 Total Number of Outlets, White, 15 ft, 1,080 Rated Joules

  • Item # 53TZ15
  • Mfr. Model # 36362
  • UNSPSC # 39121710
  • Catalog Page # 403 403
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Home and office surge-protected power strips provide multiple electrical outlets to power devices from one location while protecting the devices from damage due to voltage increases. Also called surge suppressors, these lightweight strips plug into a wall receptacle and are suitable for use with printers, computers, audio/video equipment, and other electronic devices in residential and commercial environments. They consist of a flexible cord with a plug on one end attached to a block of sockets that devices plug into.

Surge-protected power strips are portable blocks of electrical sockets that supply power to multiple devices from one outlet and protect the connected devices from damage due to unexpected voltage increases. Also called a surge suppressor, the surge protector absorbs the excess voltage and diverts it to the ground wire, preventing it from reaching the connected equipment. A surge protector's joule rating determines how much energy it can absorb before it fails. A higher number indicates greater protection. These outlet strips are typically used to provide additional outlets in areas that don't have enough wall receptacles for the number of devices. They are portable and can be unplugged and moved to another location as needed. They are suitable for homes, offices, medical facilities, and industrial environments where protection from power spikes is a priority.

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GE

Surge Protector Outlet Strip, 7 Total Number of Outlets, White, 15 ft, 1,080 Rated Joules

  • Item # 53TZ15
  • Mfr. Model # 36362
  • UNSPSC # 39121710
  • Catalog Page # 403 403
Country of Origin China. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Home and office surge-protected power strips provide multiple electrical outlets to power devices from one location while protecting the devices from damage due to voltage increases. Also called surge suppressors, these lightweight strips plug into a wall receptacle and are suitable for use with printers, computers, audio/video equipment, and other electronic devices in residential and commercial environments. They consist of a flexible cord with a plug on one end attached to a block of sockets that devices plug into.

Surge-protected power strips are portable blocks of electrical sockets that supply power to multiple devices from one outlet and protect the connected devices from damage due to unexpected voltage increases. Also called a surge suppressor, the surge protector absorbs the excess voltage and diverts it to the ground wire, preventing it from reaching the connected equipment. A surge protector's joule rating determines how much energy it can absorb before it fails. A higher number indicates greater protection. These outlet strips are typically used to provide additional outlets in areas that don't have enough wall receptacles for the number of devices. They are portable and can be unplugged and moved to another location as needed. They are suitable for homes, offices, medical facilities, and industrial environments where protection from power spikes is a priority.

Technical Specs

  • Item Surge Protector Outlet Strip
  • Total Number of Outlets 7
  • Color White
  • Cord Length 15 ft
  • Communication Port None
  • Rated Joules 1,080
  • Application Home and Office
  • Housing Material Plastic
  • Max. Amps 15 A
  • Power Indicator No
  • Receptacle Configuration NEMA 5-15R
  • Plug Configuration NEMA 5-15P
  • Wire Size 14 AWG
  • Number of Transformer Outlets 3
  • USB Charging Port 2
  • Medical Facility Use Not Allowed
  • Number of Conductors 3
  • Voltage 120V AC
  • Length 10 in
  • Max. Surge Current 45 kA
  • Mounting Style Keyhole
  • Width 3 in
  • Height 1 3/8 in
  • Trade Designation SJT
  • Circuit Breaker 1
  • Outlet Center Distance 28.5mm Standard and 42.8mm Transformer
  • For Use With AC Powered Distribution
  • Hz 60
  • Standards UL Listed
  • Plug Style Right Angle
  • Includes Instruction Manual with Warranty Information

Home and office surge-protected power strips provide multiple electrical outlets to power devices from one location while protecting the devices from damage due to voltage increases. Also called surge suppressors, these lightweight strips plug into a wall receptacle and are suitable for use with printers, computers, audio/video equipment, and other electronic devices in residential and commercial environments. They consist of a flexible cord with a plug on one end attached to a block of sockets that devices plug into.

Surge-protected power strips are portable blocks of electrical sockets that supply power to multiple devices from one outlet and protect the connected devices from damage due to unexpected voltage increases. Also called a surge suppressor, the surge protector absorbs the excess voltage and diverts it to the ground wire, preventing it from reaching the connected equipment. A surge protector's joule rating determines how much energy it can absorb before it fails. A higher number indicates greater protection. These outlet strips are typically used to provide additional outlets in areas that don't have enough wall receptacles for the number of devices. They are portable and can be unplugged and moved to another location as needed. They are suitable for homes, offices, medical facilities, and industrial environments where protection from power spikes is a priority.

Compliance and Restrictions

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