6-Outlet Surge Protector Outlet Strip, 35.5kA, NEMA: 5-15P, 10-11/32"L, Black
- Item# 4HHG7
- Mfr. Model# TLP606B
- Catalog Page# N/A
- UNSPSC# 39121610
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- Item Surge Protector Outlet Strip
- Number of Outlets 6
- Color Black
- Cord Length 6 ft.
- Rated Joules 790
- Medical Grade No
- Housing Material Plastic
- Voltage 120
- Max. Amps 15
- Length 10-11/32"
- Max. Surge Current 35.5kA
- Mounting Style Keyhole
- Power Indicator Yes
- NEMA Receptacle Configuration 5-15R
- NEMA Plug Configuration 5-15P
- Width 1-21/32"
- Depth 1-17/64"
- Coax Surge Protection No
- NEC Cord Designation SJT
- Gauge/Conductor 14/3
- Circuit Breaker Yes
- Number of Transformer Outlets 1
- Outlet Center Distance 28.5mm
- For Use With Desktop, Network Or Home Computing Application Requiring Ac Line Protection
- Hz 50/60
- Includes (6) Safety Covers, Instruction Manual with Warranty Information
- Standards UL1449 3rd Edition (AC Suppression), UL1363 (Power Tap), cUL / CSA (Canada), Exceeds IEEE 587 category A&B specifications, Approvals RoHS
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