Belkin 330 V 12 Outlet 10' Cord Surge Protector

Mfg.Part: BE112234-10- | CDW Part: 1068881 | UNSPSC: 39121610
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  • Surge protector
  • 125 V
  • output connectors: 12
  • 10 ft
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Belkin 330 V 12 Outlet 10' Cord Surge Protector
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Main Features
  • Surge protector
  • 125 V
  • output connectors: 12
  • 10 ft
4120 Joules, $300K CEW

Belkin Office Series Surge Protectors provide premium power protection for your professional workstations and connected devices. Belkin backs this series with industry-best Lifetime Product and Connected Equipment Warranties.
The Office Series protects professional workstations, laser printers, broadband modems, home-theater systems, Ethernet networks, and everyday household electronics. Its slim, sleek design blends seamlessly with today’s modern electronics and appliances. The Office Series
features a detachable cord-management clip that helps organize your cables.


Comes with Lifetime Product and Connected Equipment Warranties

Covers each outlet with sliding safety covers

Helps organize your cables with detachable cord-management clip

Saves space with slim design
Belkin 330 V 12 Outlet 10' Cord Surge Protector is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We survived a major voltage spike Thursday our facility had a major spike that knocked out every work-group printer. These had 20 AMP Manufacturer supplied surge protectors.which all failed. 70 computers were down. I bought one of these for our office. we had this strip and none of our computers were damaged. The strip protected all our electronics that were connected thru it! The strip "not grounded" light came on indicating it gave its life, BUT IT WORKED.
Date published: 2018-09-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Product works great!....except mounting I purchased 2 for work. They work great...except when mounting, found that the mounting holes were up side down. See attached photos.As you can see in the attached pictures, this just does not make any sense!
Date published: 2017-05-16
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