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wutang700 388 133 November 30, 2015 at 07:48 PM in Surge Protectors (6) More Home Depot Deals
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Promoted 12-01-2015 by Corwin at 04:17 PM View Original Post
HomeDepot.com has Square D HEPD80 Home Electronics Protective Device on Sale for $70 - $5 w/ promo code HDHOLIDAY = $70. Shipping is Free. Thanks wutang700

Alternatively, Amazon.com also has Square D HEPD80 Home Electronics Protective Device on Sale for $75. Shipping is Free.

Note: This is temporarily out of stock via Amazon.com, but you may still place your order.

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This has earned 4.8 out of 5 stars based on 55 customer reviews at Home Depot and has earned 4.7 out of 5 stars based on 92 customer reviews at Amazon. -Corwin

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Edited December 1, 2015 at 04:30 PM by widgit
been watching this price for awhile finally hit $75 again

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/...PDKIKX0DER

also found at home depot for $75 - $5 off coupon (HDHOLIDAY)
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Square...NT&cj=true


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Square D by Schneider Electric HEPD80 Home Electronics Protective Device

Equal protection to circuits and receptacles throughout home. Protects appliances/equipment that are not plugged into a surge strip
Includes an LED indicator
NEMA 4X rated for outdoor/indoor use, 80,000 amp Surge Current Rating, 25,000 amp SCCR. CSA and UL 1449 3rd Edition Type 1 SPD
Can be mounted to an brand of residential load center
Product warranty of 5 years and 50,000 residential downline warranty
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Last Edited by jooksing December 2, 2015 at 10:18 AM
A lot of people seem to think this will protect totally* against lightning. Lightning can jump over this if it wants. Like another posted said "you can't stop lightning" You can try to redirect it with grounding and this device.

This is UL listed as a Type 1. but the set up for most people is Type 2 at the Power panel.

Square D™ brand Home Electronics Protective Devices (HEPDs) are
compact and affordable surge suppressors designed for residential load
centers. HEPDs work together with surge protection plug strips to provide
surge suppression for sensitive electronics. HEPDs reduce surges that
might otherwise overwhelm plug strips and damage connected household
equipment.
HEPDs also provide surge suppression for important items such as
washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves, and lighting that plug strips don’t
protect.

Features
• High-energy suppression circuitry helps protect household equipment
• Each Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV) is individually fused
• NEMA Type 4X enclosure rating suitable for installing indoors, outdoors,
or in other harsh environments.
• US and Canadian UL Listed as Type 1 SPD to UL 1449 3rd Edition.
• Complies with requirements of CSA C233.1-87, and CSA C22.2
No. 8-M1986 as appropriate.
• LED indicates operational status
• Short circuit current rating: 25 kA
• Convenient side-nipple mounting

HEPD Specifications
Performance
Surge Current Rating per Phase 80 kA
Short Circuit Current Rating 25 kA
Modes of Protection 6
Fusing Individually fused MOVs
Thermal Fusing Yes
Overcurrent Fusing Yes
Operating Frequency 50/60 Hz
Mechanical Description
Enclosure Non-metallic
NEMA Rating Type 4X
Connection Method #12 AWG, Solid
Weight 1.8 lbs
Mounting Method Close-nippled, side-mounted
Operating Altitude Sea Level to 12,000 ft. (3,658 m)
Storage Temperature -40°F to +149°F (-40°C to +65°C)
Operating Temperature -40°F to +149°F (-40°C to +65°C)
Diagnostics
Green status LEDs
Listings and Performance
• cULus Listed to UL 1449 3rd Edition Type 1 SPD
• CSA C22.2 No. 8-M1986, C233.1-87

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A few years ago. Damage: 1 router, 1 network switch, network ports on motherboard in 2 PCs, network port in media server, 1 digital clock.

You sound like a person who is saying that home insurance is a waste of money since his house never burned down.
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Interesting product.
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The surge break plus which includes a HEPD 80, mounting cabinet and telephone/cable/Ethernet protection is also on sale for $150.

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Square.../205905090

http://www.amazon.com/Square-Schn...B00UICHLEI

From the pictures its using an APC protectnet chassis/cards for the cable/phone/Ethernet. Since that's $20 + $20-$30 per card and you get a nice flush mount cabinet its a decent deal if you want all 4 in one package. Link to the APC chassis below.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product
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Just noticed "Made in USA."
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Gim......mick!

When was the last time your whole house surged?
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I cabt tell if some of you are being serious ir not but this abd a series of devices are legit protection devices.

Its the same as a surge protector 6 strip just meant to add another line of protection especially for devices you cant put a standard surge protector on. Furnance, lights, and/or air conditioners to name a few.
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I bought one to protect my new ac and furnace. washer and dryer. nice to protect even slightly than non at all
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No place to put "HDHOLIDAY" coupon code during checkout. shake head

Nice buy though when purchased through Top Cash Back w/5.1% discount and a 24/7 365 10% Veterans discount when picked up at store. Thank OP
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Gim......mick!

When was the last time your whole house surged?
A few years ago. Damage: 1 router, 1 network switch, network ports on motherboard in 2 PCs, network port in media server, 1 digital clock.

You sound like a person who is saying that home insurance is a waste of money since his house never burned down.
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No place to put "HDHOLIDAY" coupon code during checkout. shake head

Nice buy though when purchased through Top Cash Back w/5.1% discount and a 24/7 365 10% Veterans discount when picked up at store. Thank OP
gotta do it before you checkout
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Our old house had a similar product that worked well since were in lighting prone area (on top of the highest hill in the area). We got hit a number of times (had lightning rods as well). Our immediate neighbors 20 ft away always suffered much more catastrophic electronic failures than we did. We did have it replaced after two major hits, electrician in Austin said that these have special metal components inside that eventually burn out (similar to GFCI's).

We had this installed on our new house/remodel. Electrician installed it on the main breaker panel (we have two secondary panels) as he said it has to be in the main. I would suggest professional installation. Especially for house insurance reasons.
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After the last storm took from me: 27" TV, 32" TV, 42" TV, (2) cable boxes, vonage box, wireless router, cable modem, and Xbox.... I have been looking for one of these. Seems like a good deal at $75.
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