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longmanj9 4,776 59,680 January 18, 2016 at 02:15 PM in Surge Protectors (8) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 01-18-2016 by johnny_miller at 03:31 PM View Original Post
TigerDirect via eBay has select Surge Suppressors and Protectors on sale listed below from $1.98. Shipping is free. Thanks longmanj9
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#3
Whats the difference between a surge suppressor and a surge protector? And whats better? I know I know Google is my friend but I want to hear your experiences instead. Thank you very much.
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has anyone's TD purchases shipped or been messaged?
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Whats the difference between a surge suppressor and a surge protector? And whats better? I know I know Google is my friend but I want to hear your experiences instead. Thank you very much.
same thing
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http://images.highspeedbackbone.n...484753.jpg

why does the last outlet have a dotted line around it?
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http://images.highspeedbackbone.n...484753.jpg

why does the last outlet have a dotted line around it?
Transformer plug.
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joules
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#9
the APC one says it's rated for 490 Joules in the item description, however in the picture of the box it shows 840 Joules...

I found the same item at Amazon [amazon.com] and it says 490 Joules, but then I found it again over on Newegg [newegg.com] where it says 840 Joules.

So... I have no flipping clue what the APC one is actually rated for. If it's only 490 then the Tripp Lite one is better, otherwise I'd get the APC one.

EDIT: I found the product page on the APC website, and it looks like it's 840J: http://www.apc.com/shop/us/en/pro...tlet/P-P6B
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the APC one says it's rated for 490 Joules in the item description, however in the picture of the box it shows 840 Joules...

I found the same item at Amazon [amazon.com] and it says 490 Joules, but then I found it again over on Newegg [newegg.com] where it says 840 Joules.

So... I have no flipping clue what the APC one is actually rated for. If it's only 490 then the Tripp Lite one is better, otherwise I'd get the APC one.

yeah im also confused with the ratings, I just jumped on the trip lite
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the APC one says it's rated for 490 Joules in the item description, however in the picture of the box it shows 840 Joules...

I found the same item at Amazon [amazon.com] and it says 490 Joules, but then I found it again over on Newegg [newegg.com] where it says 840 Joules.

So... I have no flipping clue what the APC one is actually rated for. If it's only 490 then the Tripp Lite one is better, otherwise I'd get the APC one.
The Tripp Lite is also wrong, says 790 on Amazon.

Home Depot says 490 but Staples says 840. Need to see the box to be sure I guess.
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Last edited by NihonNoir January 18, 2016 at 03:16 PM
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same thing
Agreed - they're the same thing. Most of the consumer models use a Metal Oxide Varistor (MOV) design to allow voltage through up to a certain limit. When voltage exceeds the limit (the clamping voltage), it is redirected to ground. This both suppresses the spike and protects the equipment from the excess voltage.
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#13
APC is 840j and $50,000 for sure. That's why it costs more as well. Excellent deal, just needs an angled plug.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/APC-SurgeArrest-Essential-Model-P6B-Surge-Protector-NEW-/331677373727?hash=item4d3983151f:g:5ccAAOSwtlhWF-Wn
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Last edited by NihonNoir January 18, 2016 at 03:23 PM
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Tripp Lite is 780J, not 720J which TD listed it as.

http://www.tripplite.com/home-com...k~TLP606B/
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#15
do you really want to buy a $4 surge protector? I would call it extra outlets?
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