about this item
Protect your electronics and charge your portable devices at the same time using the Advanced Surge Protector with 7-Outlets and 2 USB Charging Ports from GE. Ideal for smartphones, tablets, eReaders and more, the surge protector features a 2.1A power supply for rapid charging of all your USB devices. The 7 outlets feature twist-to-lock safety covers to cover any unused outlets. There is one adapter spaced outlet to accommodate those bulky power adapters. The protected indicator lights show that the surge protection components are working properly and the grounded indicator lights shows the wall receptacle is properly grounded. The power filter reduces interference to provide a cleaner sound and picture. Automatic Shutdown Technology ensures surge protection for your electronics in the event that the protection capacity is exceeded by a power surge or the protection components expire. The integrated circuit breaker provides overload protection. The keyhole slots on the surge protector and its slim profile make it easy to mount on a wall behind a flat-screen TV. The surge protector has a 1500 Joule protection rating and comes with a $100,000 connected equipment warranty. This product is UL listed and backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
Dimensions (Overall): 48 inches (L) x 2.23 inches (W) x 1.42 inches thick
Weight: 1.16 pounds
Features: Automatic Shutdown Technology, Circuit Breaker, USB Charging Port, Rotating Safety Outlet Covers
Joule Rating: 1500
Response Time: Less than 1 Nanosecond
Number of Outlets: 7
Clamp Voltage: 400.0 Volts
Warranty: Lifetime limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Warranty Information:To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's warranty for this item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869.
Item Number (DPCI): 085-07-0252
overall: 3 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
most recent reviews
Annoying safety covers and only one adapter spaced plug
3 out of 5 stars
Brent10 — 1 year ago
First, the safety covers over each plug spin freely at the slightest touch so you're always having to align them before plugging anything in. And they call them "twist-to-lock" which is a misnomer because they do no lock but spin freely and annoyingly. Also, why is there only one adapter-spaced pl...