Surge Protector with 11 Outlets & 2 USB Ports
Professional-Grade Electrical Surge Protection
Protect Your Electronics
Power disturbances such as surges, lightning, and power grid fluctuations can have a devastating impact on the valuable electronics you rely on every day. The APC SurgeArrest® P11U2 provides guaranteed protection from damaging power surges and spikes. As one of the world's largest and most respected power protection designers and manufacturers, APC is relied upon daily for power protection and availability. SurgeArrest Home/Office and Performance products offer the maximum level of protection, safety, convenience, and reliability the industry has to offer.
Fail Safe Mode
Most other surge suppressors continue to let power through even after their circuits have been damaged, leaving your equipment exposed to future surges. APC's SurgeArrest fail safe, which means that once the circuit of an APC SurgeArrest has been compromised the unit disconnects equipment from the power supply ensuring that no damaging surges reach your equipment.
Protection of data lines (Ethernet, Coaxial and Phone lines) ensures complete protection of your equipment from surges. It is very important to protect your equipment from "back door" electric surges traveling through data lines, as they can be as damaging to your equipment as surges traveling over power lines.
Besides the quality lighting and surge protection offered by the P11U2, its design has several beneficial features. Transformer block spacing allows you to connect bulky transformer block plugs without covering up other outlets. Shutters protect users from accidental contact with unused outlets. The right angle plug allows for equipment and furniture to be placed closer to the wall than with a standard power cord. A 180° rotating cord with strain relief offers flexibility in positioning the SurgeArrest, and in routing the power cord. Adjustable cable management keeps cords and cables neat and organized. APC's P8US also has a building wiring fault indicator. This LED informs users of potentially dangerous wiring problems in the wall circuit.