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Available for $75 at Amazon and Home Depot. Connects to the electrical panel to protect the entire home.

I use this to protect smart home automation devices such as wall switches, light bulbs and even major appliances such as ranges and dryers that can't be connected to a surge protector. I connect more sensitive home electronics to a regular surge protector as second line of defense.

https://www.amazon.com/Square-Sch...B00CONA1OQ

Also available at Home Depot.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Squar.../203540660


Also recommend this for a clean install if your electrical panel is mounted into the drywall.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GOWT...IG5359708/
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This is a pretty cool fp deal. On SD you learn about crypto mining, surge protection and really comfy boxers all in one place. +1 op
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All depends if your panel is surface mounted (raised off wall), and how comfortable/experienced/knowledgeable you are with electricity and working inside a panel.

If your panel is not raised (access to side of panel) you will need a sub panel, or box that is run to the panel to connect it to.

If you still have questions about your ability to work in a panel, then get someone capable to help you install this.

Remember that electric can kill, and cause a fire if you don't know what you are doing.....and the fire might not happen until you and your family are sleeping, or away.... BYMMV

Its really not hard to install usually...
If someone can mount it to the side of your panel, and you also have available space in the panel for the required breaker it can be done in about 30 minutes.
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They have newer styles that mount into the breaker panel. No breakers needed. Similar to this one at HD. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Squar.../100182531.
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$74.25 at home depot

was $70 at amazon before and home depot puts it onsale sometimes for $50
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They have newer styles that mount into the breaker panel. No breakers needed. Similar to this one at HD. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Squar.../100182531 [homedepot.com].
but that one is only 22,500amp while this one is 80,000amp.
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They have newer styles that mount into the breaker panel. No breakers needed. Similar to this one at HD. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Squar.../100182531.
Don't offer the same level of protection
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You can get this from zoro.com at this price if you sign up for their email list (25% off your first order). I did it about 4 months ago to get this and a 200a breaker.
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Redeemed from Amex points for Home Depot gift cards.
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Any thoughts on installation? Is this DIY? I'm thinking not and if not about how much would it cost to get one installed?
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Any thoughts on installation? Is this DIY? I'm thinking not and if not about how much would it cost to get one installed?
All depends if your panel is surface mounted (raised off wall), and how comfortable/experienced/knowledgeable you are with electricity and working inside a panel.

If your panel is not raised (access to side of panel) you will need a sub panel, or box that is run to the panel to connect it to.

If you still have questions about your ability to work in a panel, then get someone capable to help you install this.

Remember that electric can kill, and cause a fire if you don't know what you are doing.....and the fire might not happen until you and your family are sleeping, or away.... BYMMV

Its really not hard to install usually...
If someone can mount it to the side of your panel, and you also have available space in the panel for the required breaker it can be done in about 30 minutes.
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I have curcuit breakers so no need for this?
This is SD. You don't buy things because you *need* them.
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Is this a landmine?
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I have curcuit breakers so no need for this?
This is surge/lightning protection, breakers don't do that.

Breakers are for shorts and electrical faults, including over current protection.
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