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Pro When it dies, some outlets keep providing power while others don't
Some outlets will completely cut off their power once the surge protection ends while others will keep running. This is the best of both worlds as you can choose to use the outlets which continue running specifically for electronics which shouldn’t be unexpectedly turned off, like computers. And use the rest of the outlets for electronics that won’t be impacted by a sudden power outage, like a radio.
Pro Another protection against an overload
It has its own circuit breaker. If a component fails inside the surge protector, then only the protector’s circuit breaker will switch off. This way the failed component won’t shut off power for the whole house.
Pro High joule rating
It has a high joule rating of 3020. This generally indicates how much electricity it can divert before it stops functioning. The length of the time is also largely dependent on weather and other connected electronics.
Pro Ensures very basic outlet protection
All of the power sockets have safety covers to protect the outlets from random particles or to protect children from potential danger.
Pro Lifetime warranty
The manufacturer offers lifetime warranty and promises to reimburse up to $100,000 worth of equipment if it is damaged by a power surge while their surge protector is active.
Pro Can be placed in various spots
It can be mounted on a wall and the outgoing cable can be rotated by 180 degrees to prevent it from being damaged when situated in tight spaces. In addition, it comes with a cable management strap to neatly organize all the cables.
Pro Panel has space for big power plugs
The six outer outlets are spread out to allow for big power plugs to be plugged in without covering other sockets.
Con Higher chance of damaging the plugged-in devices compared to others
It has a high clamping voltage of 500V that is tied with the outlets which keep working when the protection ends. On the other hand, it has a reasonable clamping voltage of 400V on the lines that cut off power immediately. Clamping voltage is the threshold when the surge protector starts redirecting excess energy away from the plugged-in devices. Generally, a lower voltage is better.