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EATON CHSPT2ULTRA Ultimate Surge Protection Whole House Surge Protector Regular Price $239.82 On Sale for $109.99

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The Surge protector is regularly priced for $239.00, on sale for $109.99

Universally connects to any manufacturer's load center (breaker box). Quick connect design—easy to mount telephone and cable protection modules. LED status indication. Type 2 AC Power protection. Indoor/Outdoor.120/240V Surge Protective Device. 108kA/Phase, UL 1449.

Product Dimensions : 2.38 x 5.25 x 7.5 inches; 8 Ounces
Item model number : CHSPT2ULTRA
Date First Available : July 11, 2011
Manufacturer : EATON
ASIN : B01AQAKRSS
Best Sellers Rank: #93 in Surge Protectors
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If you want something pluggable into your breaker box you should look into this: https://www.phoenixcontact.com/on...usen&tab=1
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How's this compare to Siemens?
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I have this one, my electrician recommended me to install it because at the country side areas the current it's not stable, which makes electric devices to have a shorter life span.
I definitely recommend.
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I think this is about regular price. It is $111 at Home Depot.
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Have a look at one of the comments.. Yikes

"Install was easy. both lights lit so i assume all is working well. product claims $75k of protection of attached devices, however the warranty this ships with the product says: "failure due to direct lighting strikes and temporary over-voltage are not covered". "temporary over-voltage" is a surge and the product is a surge protector."
Linky [amazon.com]
Thank you for posting this OP though, appreciate the effort!
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Quote from AlexisG9900 :
I have this one, my electrician recommended me to install it because at the country side areas the current it's not stable, which makes electric devices to have a shorter life span.
I definitely recommend.
Not sure this will save you from variable voltage unless there's a significant surge :/.

If you have pricey sensitive equipment, I'd suggest a power conditioner/filter
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This POS does not work. I got so many things fried in my house and the EATON warranty / damage coverage is a JOKE. Never got a penny from EATAON.

I swaped mine with a Siemens FS140 and never had an issue ever since
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Pretty much everyday price as attached.... if you have to have this, go to the 3-C's and put in a notice for $90 because these are often less.

As well, this device/model requires a dedicated 50amp 2 pole breaker that fits your breaker box. Install as close as you can to the main disconnect within 12 inches or less preferred and twist the wires once per inch to lower impedance.

Do these really work? There is nothing that is going to protect against a direct or often enough, even an indirect lightning strike that can jump feet in searching for ground, or back feed from elsewhere in or out of the house. The far majority of voltage surges are from the providing utility itself and you need to check the maximum voltage this, or any model allows... surprisingly enough, most allow voltage far above normal that will fry a lot of electrical equipment. I would use individual protection for expensive items and keep your home or rental insurance up to date with the minimum deductible you feel comfortable with and can afford.
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Anybody has specs on Siemens [costco.com]? Clamping voltage? Anything better than Siemens in that regard? (my blind guess is the OP unit is not the way to go)
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Anybody has specs on Siemens [costco.com]? Clamping voltage? Anything better than Siemens in that regard? (my blind guess is the OP unit is not the way to go)
After comparing multiple brands I went with Siemens. Make sure you have enough room to install it, it is a huge unit
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After comparing multiple brands I went with Siemens. Make sure you have enough room to install it, it is a huge unit
I went with the same (Siemens) unit a couple of years ago, has been perfect. It is huge though, and takes some space to install.

Side note, JEALOUS of your panel! I was tempted to swap the entire panel for that one for a much cleaner install, but the previous owners had already upgraded to a newer "standard" one. What are the red tags for? Your own labeling or is that a code thing where you live (MA?)?.
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Quote from dungeonlaa :
After comparing multiple brands I went with Siemens. Make sure you have enough room to install it, it is a huge unit
Great feedback, I went with the Siemens and Costco combo! Now just need an electrician to hook it up, going to use Nextdoor to get a knowledgeable and affordable one.
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I went with the same (Siemens) unit a couple of years ago, has been perfect. It is huge though, and takes some space to install.

Side note, JEALOUS of your panel! I was tempted to swap the entire panel for that one for a much cleaner install, but the previous owners had already upgraded to a newer "standard" one. What are the red tags for? Your own labeling or is that a code thing where you live (MA?)?.
My own labeling with a breaker number, it will be messy after the panel is full. I am slowly upgrading my second floor electrical and decided to replace a dumb subpanel with the smarter one from Leviton to complement my Sense energy monitoring.
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Was $89.99 for months. Ordered one and then sat on installing for a while. Was super easy to install. I needed to order for the next box, but it went up to $99. Was kind of annoyed and waited a while to see if it would go down. I reluctantly paid up for the second one. Sorry $109 is not a deal when it was everyday price of $89 for months.
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