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Walmart.com has Belkin 12-Outlet 3940 Joules Surge Protector w/ 8' Cord (BE112230-08) on sale for $16.19. Shipping is free on $35+ orders. Thanks San Grial

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I have had this surge protector on my Amazon waitlist forever waiting for it to go on sale again. It is on sale for over 35% off now. Normally $25 on sale for $16.19 or $15.15 if you choose No Rush Shipping speed. Update: No Rush Shipping is NLA

https://www.amazon.com/Belkin-BE1...B000J2EN4S - Dead

It is highly rated over 10k people at 4.5 stars and I already own 4. Bought two more.

12 outlet surge protector with 8ft/2M cord and right angle AC plug

Safeguards computers, appliances, home theater and office equipment from potentially damaging power surges

Backed by Lifetime Warranty and protected by $300,000 Connected Equipment Warranty

Specs: 3,940 Joule energy rating / 6,000v maximum spike voltage / AC 15A, 125V, 1875W

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You you can but yes it will interfere with your signal. I was using this for years and all appeared fine until comcast disconnected me one day. Turned out this was causing noise to be injected back into the cable lines, and one of my neighbors was having issues with their service. When they came out, they pinpointed the issue to my residence. It was frustrating because instead of ringing the doorbell, they just disconnected me. I had to call in a separate ticket to get them to come out, and they used their signal meter to figure out that it was the surge protector causing the issue. Running the coax line straight to the cable modem solved it.
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To protect those types of incoming signals - internet, phone, etc. First time ever last week my house had a lightning strike that took out my modem, google hub and ports on my switch. And wouldn't you know it those devices were plugged into this same protector but I didn't run the coaxial thorough it before my modem.... never ever thought it would happen but hey live and learn. They are plugged in now lol.
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I'm trying to decide that myself. Spec wise the Belkin is better, same clamping voltage but higher Joule rating (3940 vs 2880). On the other hand the APC has decidedly less caught on fire reviews...
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Seems like a pretty decent deal. I grabbed this on a previous Slickdeal and according to Amazon I paid $19.54 on 12/27/17.
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Can I run my Comcast coaxial through it, and if so, could it interfere with the signal?
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Can I run my Comcast coaxial through it, and if so, could it interfere with the signal?
Yes you can no it won't.
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What is the coax and Ethernet port for? Thanks!
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Have had this for 3 years now. We're in an old house that doesn't have grounded outlets.

The power has gone out twice and it hasn't fried the Xbox, 55r617, sh7b.

It's nice that the plugs are spread out a bit so they don't block each other.

5/5 would buy again
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What is the coax and Ethernet port for? Thanks!
To protect those types of incoming signals - internet, phone, etc. First time ever last week my house had a lightning strike that took out my modem, google hub and ports on my switch. And wouldn't you know it those devices were plugged into this same protector but I didn't run the coaxial thorough it before my modem.... never ever thought it would happen but hey live and learn. They are plugged in now lol.
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Wish this was for the one with the Ethernet ports
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Seems like a pretty decent deal. I grabbed this on a previous Slickdeal and according to Amazon I paid $19.54 on 12/27/17.
I got 2 of these for $18.99 total on Amazon on 03/31/19.
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Can I run my Comcast coaxial through it, and if so, could it interfere with the signal?
You you can but yes it will interfere with your signal. I was using this for years and all appeared fine until comcast disconnected me one day. Turned out this was causing noise to be injected back into the cable lines, and one of my neighbors was having issues with their service. When they came out, they pinpointed the issue to my residence. It was frustrating because instead of ringing the doorbell, they just disconnected me. I had to call in a separate ticket to get them to come out, and they used their signal meter to figure out that it was the surge protector causing the issue. Running the coax line straight to the cable modem solved it.
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Yes you can no it won't.
I had major issues running coax through.
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Wish this was for the one with the Ethernet ports
Yeah would be nice instead of old phone lines but if you use the coaxial one before your modem it shouldn't matter for your Ethernet items past that in your network unless you have an in house network surge past that point.
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16.19 now? You guys run your antenna through there? And router?
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