• Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Home & Office Power Strip, 6ft Cord with 5-15P Plug (TLM306NC)
  • Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Home & Office Power Strip, 6ft Cord with 5-15P Plug (TLM306NC)
  • Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Home & Office Power Strip, 6ft Cord with 5-15P Plug (TLM306NC)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Home & Office Power Strip, 6ft Cord with 5-15P Plug (TLM306NC)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Home & Office Power Strip, 6ft Cord with 5-15P Plug (TLM306NC)
Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Home & Office Power Strip, 6ft Cord with 5-15P Plug (TLM306NC)

Tripp Lite 3 Outlet Home & Office Power Strip, 6ft Cord with 5-15P Plug (TLM306NC)

SKU:HA0L4CH3I
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  • Multi-outlet power strip offers reliable, convenient and cost-effective power distribution for appliances, power tools, lighting and other electrical equipment
  • Includes 3 NEMA 5-15R outlets
  • Illuminated on/off switch provides one-touch power control for connected equipment
  • Rugged metal case provides extra safety and durability
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Weight - N/A
  • Number of Power Socket - 3
  • Maximum Current - 15A
  • Number of Power Socket - 3
  • - Convenient keyhole slots on removable brackets provide secure mounting options for a wide variety of surfaces and applications

Customer Reviews

Great for heavy usage. Might have saved my life!This is a great power strip for heavy duty usage. I use this for my saltwater fish tank. I have lots of expensive equipment running electricity around saltwater filled with expensive fish. Not a good combo. I purchased these units to run on a new tank. I plug them into a GFCI outlet just for added safety.One day while cleaning my tank I bumped a light fixture and it fell into the tank while on. This power strip tripped as soon as it touched the water. The light was fine, the fish were fine and I was fine. I wasn't even shocked. The GFCI outlet didn't even trip this thing was so quick. Might have saved my life or at least saved me from a good shock. I couldn't ask for a better power strip. I now use them throughout the office for our computers. You can't go wrong with this power strip. 5INPUT PLUG is NEMA 5-20P (not 5-15P as stated in the specs) The 5-20P is a 3 prong plug like used on a washerThe description is misleading if you don't catch the disqualification stated in main text. INPUT PLUG is NEMA 5-20P (not 5-15P as stated in the specs) The 5-20P is a 3 prong plug like used on a washer. One of the positive prongs is turned 90 degrees from the other one instead of 2 prongs being in the same direction ( - I vs II ) . Had to return because it would not work in standard outlet. Seemed to be built well and had good specifications. Description should be updated to correctly reflect the type of input plug. 4Beware the Socket Covers!While I generally find this to be a durable power strip sans the extra cost of any surge suppression, I have a major complaint with the fragile covers inserted into each socket. They might lend a clean appearance or a modicum of safety, but you have to be very careful removing them. I lifted one off using a fingernail and when I went to plug a device into the socket it wouldn't go in. Thinking there was something wrong that socket, I repeated the process with another one. That's when I realized what was happening. The little plastic prongs that hold these covers into the socket break off very easily and now I have two sockets that are unusable! I wasn't aping these or trying to pry them out sideways. I got the remainder out by lifting each with a flat blade screwdriver in the most gentle way possible, but it would be nice to be able to remove these with a fingernail without such risks.Of course this all happened after I'd owned it for quite some time so there was no returning it. I don't see any conceivable way to get the broken prongs extracted. My best option would be to replace the socket pair; these are more or less standard household receptacles but I have to consider the value of my time in doing so.My advice: Buy the strip if it looks suitable to you, but remove all of the covers upon receipt of the unit. If any break, return the unit. If you succeed in getting them all out, discard them immediately.Had it not been for this issue, I would have gladly given the product a 5-star review. 2Standout solution that solves several problemsThe three excellent reviews from Brad Ackerman, R. Jensen, and zolof911 posted here at the time I stopped by tell the story of this product quite adequately.I wanted a "pure" power strip sans the extra cost of surge protection, as most outlet strips want to throw that in for market appeal. I wanted a strip that could not be easily turned off, as with so many other strips simply staring at them hard seems to flip the flimsy rocker switch. And I wanted to be able to plug in a large number of power bricks without having to resort to shorty extension cords.This unit does all that. Turning the AC outlets 90 degrees so that many/most bricks stick OUT in the air rather than DOWN over another outlet was a simple design choice, yet so few power strip designers have had this light bulb come on (hello!?).If they had placed the cord at the opposite end of the toggle switch we would be talkin' 5 stars here. 4Excellent Power Strip for All Those Big AdaptersI bought this strip for 2 main reasons: a) to be able to fit more plugs in and b) because it had no power surge protection. Let me explain both of those reasons:Regarding fitting more plugs, it lets you use all the slots when you have plugs with the large headed power supplies. Those big plugs cover the outlet next to them on "normal" power strips so you don't get to use all the outlets. This strip "rotates" the outlet. Such a simple thing that makes organizing easier.Regarding no surge protection, I prefer that because I can use Powerline Ethernet Adapters in it (they doesn't work in surge protection outlets). If you don't know what those adapters are, here is a link: TP-LINK TL-PA511 KIT AV500 Powerline Gigabit Adapter Starter Kit, up to 500MbpsIt seems well made & it's worth paying a bit more money for a "dependable" brand rather than the power strips in the grab bin for $9 because it probably means its inside wiring is heftier. The cord is a generous length at 15 feet. 5Excellent quality Power Strip, Safe Metal Construction, Quality MaterialsAs a consumer and electrical engineer, I have increasingly become concerned about the fire safety of commonly available power strips, especially with recalls and incidents of fires due to plastic construction, improperly protected MOV surge components, switches that develop arcing failures, and in some cases, counterfeit UL labeling, undersized components found in cheap, off shore imported power strips.Power strips using MOV surge protectors, if not properly protected, can in failure mode can create ignition temperatures, Combining that with housings made of combustible plastic, from off shore suppliers, sometimes with unknown quality control is just not a good idea in my opinion. While statistically the incidents of these type failures may be low, I do not wish to become a statistic.As a result I will only use metal enclosed power strips, built standards commonly seen in commercial applications.More expensive, but cheaper than a house fire. 5Standard outlets. No soldered connections between outlets. Outlets can be reversed if you need the cord to come out the topI won't repete the features or other complete reviews here. For my purposes, this was nearly ideal. I recharge quite a few batteries. I wanted a bank of Eneloop and PowerMax battery chargers that was stable on top of a tool cart. The design of this device increases stability on top of a tool cart because of it's weight, spacing of outlets and flat surface on top. Most other power strips are either too narrow, too lightweight, have a side-to-side plug orientation instead of up and down or don't have adequate spacing between the outlets.When my battery chargers are plugged into the top plug, they do conceal the bottom plug but they rest on the top and nothing moves when I charge and remove batteries. Most of my chargers are two prong so it doesn't matter if the outlets were upside down to get the cord to come out the back but I do have a few polarized 2 prong and 3 prong devices and that is why I needed to "operate" on this device to change the orientation of the plugs because of where the cord comes out. I noticed a few complaints about the orientation of the cord relative to the outlets and that I why I am leaving this review.I did say this strip was "nearly ideal" above. It wasn't completely what I wanted since the cord comes out the bottom and not the top. I wanted the outlets to have the grounding plug on the bottom with the power cable to go back behind the tool chart. The orientation of the plugs matters if you are using polarized two prong devices (where the neutral blade is slightly wider than the hot blade) and three prong devices. For those that want to have the power cord come off the top of the outlets instead of the bottom, you can change the orientation of the outlets (that is, flip them) and achieve the same result. It can be done pretty easily if you have some Roamex 14 awg cable around and a wire nut.Removing all the screws on the top and taking the plate off reveals that these are standard 15a outlets with 14 awg cooper wire connections between them in push connectors. Nothing is soldered. The outlets can simply be disconnected from the white and black wire coming off the switch and the green ground wire daisy chain. Then the outlets can then be flipped and reconnected. The green ground wire daisy chain is long enough to go to the other side of the outlets when flipped.The only slight problem with doing this is the black wire off the switch to the first outlet is a little shorter than the white wire that comes off the switch. That is because the black wire did go to the near side of the switch and the white to the far side. When the outlets are flipped, the black wire now must go to the far side of the first outlet. It may not be long enough. My was a hair too short. I used a small length of (black) 14 awg insulated solid copper wire and wire-nutted it to the black wire coming off the switch. The length of the white wire coming off the switch is fine since it was on the far side relative to the switch and now it is on the near side.When putting everything back together, attach the outlets to the top plate first but just barely engage the screw. You need some play in the outlets to get them back in.I'm not recommending that anyone do this though. If you are not an electrician or very comfortable with household wiring, things could go wrong. I also had some 14 awg Roamex lying around and the appropriate size wire nut which made this project only take about 10 min. You just need something to pop the wires out of the push connectors. I used a small drill bit. 5Perfect small power strip for appliances.Installed in a stack of Ikea cabinets to house some appliances. Good quality. Switch is handy. Good thick cord (14AWG). I used the end tabs to fasten to cabinet rather than the slots on the back. Drilled a whole in each (theres already a dimple) and voila. Running a convection toaster and 900 watt microwave. I usually dont run them at the same time. Neither appliance individually taxes this thing out. Stays cool to the touch after 30 mins of baking. Cord cool to the touch as well. Ill be ordering another for a second custom Ikea cabinet build. 5Well built, functions rightI use this for my home treadmill and dedicated 20 Amp circuit. It works as planned, with the orange lit power indicator being a positive feature, so I don't have to wonder if my treadmill is powered or not (my treadmill soaks up power even when not being used, so keeping the power off to the unit is helpful).I've run at high speeds while adjusting the elevation of the treadmill, and the power strip didn't trip, so the 20 Amp rating seems right for me. 4Nice weight and works greatI bought this for our vintage travel trailer that doesn't have electricity.. The trailer used to have electricity, but the control box is shot, so we wanted something to use for lights and a little personal heater. This worked great.My husband popped out one of the outlets (that would have been used to plug in an extension cord to the trailer) and replaced it with the plug of this unit, so this unit is inside the trailer. All we had to do was plug this into a heavy duty extension cord and plugged that into the campsite electrical box, and we had power without having to leave a window or the door cracked open for the cord.It has little holes in each end so you can screw it down. The only problem is, the holes aren't tapped through when you receive it.. My husband had to tap out the holes, but it wasn't a big deal. The unit is made from metal so it's heavy duty and doesn't flip around like many power outlet strips do...The only reason I screwed it down is so it would stay put when traveling. The on off switch has a plastic cover for protection.. You just flip it up to turn the unit on and off. For what we're using it for, we really don't need that cover, but it's there if you want it.. 5
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.ae, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • Multi-outlet power strip offers reliable, convenient and cost-effective power distribution for appliances, power tools, lighting and other electrical equipment
  • Includes 3 NEMA 5-15R outlets
  • Illuminated on/off switch provides one-touch power control for connected equipment
  • Rugged metal case provides extra safety and durability
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Weight - N/A
  • Number of Power Socket - 3
  • Maximum Current - 15A
  • Number of Power Socket - 3
  • - Convenient keyhole slots on removable brackets provide secure mounting options for a wide variety of surfaces and applications
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great for heavy usage. Might have saved my life!This is a great power strip for heavy duty usage. I use this for my saltwater fish tank. I have lots of expensive equipment running electricity around saltwater filled with expensive fish. Not a good combo. I purchased these units to run on a new tank. I plug them into a GFCI outlet just for added safety.One day while cleaning my tank I bumped a light fixture and it fell into the tank while on. This power strip tripped as soon as it touched the water. The light was fine, the fish were fine and I was fine. I wasn't even shocked. The GFCI outlet didn't even trip this thing was so quick. Might have saved my life or at least saved me from a good shock. I couldn't ask for a better power strip. I now use them throughout the office for our computers. You can't go wrong with this power strip. 5INPUT PLUG is NEMA 5-20P (not 5-15P as stated in the specs) The 5-20P is a 3 prong plug like used on a washerThe description is misleading if you don't catch the disqualification stated in main text. INPUT PLUG is NEMA 5-20P (not 5-15P as stated in the specs) The 5-20P is a 3 prong plug like used on a washer. One of the positive prongs is turned 90 degrees from the other one instead of 2 prongs being in the same direction ( - I vs II ) . Had to return because it would not work in standard outlet. Seemed to be built well and had good specifications. Description should be updated to correctly reflect the type of input plug. 4Beware the Socket Covers!While I generally find this to be a durable power strip sans the extra cost of any surge suppression, I have a major complaint with the fragile covers inserted into each socket. They might lend a clean appearance or a modicum of safety, but you have to be very careful removing them. I lifted one off using a fingernail and when I went to plug a device into the socket it wouldn't go in. Thinking there was something wrong that socket, I repeated the process with another one. That's when I realized what was happening. The little plastic prongs that hold these covers into the socket break off very easily and now I have two sockets that are unusable! I wasn't aping these or trying to pry them out sideways. I got the remainder out by lifting each with a flat blade screwdriver in the most gentle way possible, but it would be nice to be able to remove these with a fingernail without such risks.Of course this all happened after I'd owned it for quite some time so there was no returning it. I don't see any conceivable way to get the broken prongs extracted. My best option would be to replace the socket pair; these are more or less standard household receptacles but I have to consider the value of my time in doing so.My advice: Buy the strip if it looks suitable to you, but remove all of the covers upon receipt of the unit. If any break, return the unit. If you succeed in getting them all out, discard them immediately.Had it not been for this issue, I would have gladly given the product a 5-star review. 2Standout solution that solves several problemsThe three excellent reviews from Brad Ackerman, R. Jensen, and zolof911 posted here at the time I stopped by tell the story of this product quite adequately.I wanted a "pure" power strip sans the extra cost of surge protection, as most outlet strips want to throw that in for market appeal. I wanted a strip that could not be easily turned off, as with so many other strips simply staring at them hard seems to flip the flimsy rocker switch. And I wanted to be able to plug in a large number of power bricks without having to resort to shorty extension cords.This unit does all that. Turning the AC outlets 90 degrees so that many/most bricks stick OUT in the air rather than DOWN over another outlet was a simple design choice, yet so few power strip designers have had this light bulb come on (hello!?).If they had placed the cord at the opposite end of the toggle switch we would be talkin' 5 stars here. 4Excellent Power Strip for All Those Big AdaptersI bought this strip for 2 main reasons: a) to be able to fit more plugs in and b) because it had no power surge protection. Let me explain both of those reasons:Regarding fitting more plugs, it lets you use all the slots when you have plugs with the large headed power supplies. Those big plugs cover the outlet next to them on "normal" power strips so you don't get to use all the outlets. This strip "rotates" the outlet. Such a simple thing that makes organizing easier.Regarding no surge protection, I prefer that because I can use Powerline Ethernet Adapters in it (they doesn't work in surge protection outlets). If you don't know what those adapters are, here is a link: TP-LINK TL-PA511 KIT AV500 Powerline Gigabit Adapter Starter Kit, up to 500MbpsIt seems well made & it's worth paying a bit more money for a "dependable" brand rather than the power strips in the grab bin for $9 because it probably means its inside wiring is heftier. The cord is a generous length at 15 feet. 5Excellent quality Power Strip, Safe Metal Construction, Quality MaterialsAs a consumer and electrical engineer, I have increasingly become concerned about the fire safety of commonly available power strips, especially with recalls and incidents of fires due to plastic construction, improperly protected MOV surge components, switches that develop arcing failures, and in some cases, counterfeit UL labeling, undersized components found in cheap, off shore imported power strips.Power strips using MOV surge protectors, if not properly protected, can in failure mode can create ignition temperatures, Combining that with housings made of combustible plastic, from off shore suppliers, sometimes with unknown quality control is just not a good idea in my opinion. While statistically the incidents of these type failures may be low, I do not wish to become a statistic.As a result I will only use metal enclosed power strips, built standards commonly seen in commercial applications.More expensive, but cheaper than a house fire. 5Standard outlets. No soldered connections between outlets. Outlets can be reversed if you need the cord to come out the topI won't repete the features or other complete reviews here. For my purposes, this was nearly ideal. I recharge quite a few batteries. I wanted a bank of Eneloop and PowerMax battery chargers that was stable on top of a tool cart. The design of this device increases stability on top of a tool cart because of it's weight, spacing of outlets and flat surface on top. Most other power strips are either too narrow, too lightweight, have a side-to-side plug orientation instead of up and down or don't have adequate spacing between the outlets.When my battery chargers are plugged into the top plug, they do conceal the bottom plug but they rest on the top and nothing moves when I charge and remove batteries. Most of my chargers are two prong so it doesn't matter if the outlets were upside down to get the cord to come out the back but I do have a few polarized 2 prong and 3 prong devices and that is why I needed to "operate" on this device to change the orientation of the plugs because of where the cord comes out. I noticed a few complaints about the orientation of the cord relative to the outlets and that I why I am leaving this review.I did say this strip was "nearly ideal" above. It wasn't completely what I wanted since the cord comes out the bottom and not the top. I wanted the outlets to have the grounding plug on the bottom with the power cable to go back behind the tool chart. The orientation of the plugs matters if you are using polarized two prong devices (where the neutral blade is slightly wider than the hot blade) and three prong devices. For those that want to have the power cord come off the top of the outlets instead of the bottom, you can change the orientation of the outlets (that is, flip them) and achieve the same result. It can be done pretty easily if you have some Roamex 14 awg cable around and a wire nut.Removing all the screws on the top and taking the plate off reveals that these are standard 15a outlets with 14 awg cooper wire connections between them in push connectors. Nothing is soldered. The outlets can simply be disconnected from the white and black wire coming off the switch and the green ground wire daisy chain. Then the outlets can then be flipped and reconnected. The green ground wire daisy chain is long enough to go to the other side of the outlets when flipped.The only slight problem with doing this is the black wire off the switch to the first outlet is a little shorter than the white wire that comes off the switch. That is because the black wire did go to the near side of the switch and the white to the far side. When the outlets are flipped, the black wire now must go to the far side of the first outlet. It may not be long enough. My was a hair too short. I used a small length of (black) 14 awg insulated solid copper wire and wire-nutted it to the black wire coming off the switch. The length of the white wire coming off the switch is fine since it was on the far side relative to the switch and now it is on the near side.When putting everything back together, attach the outlets to the top plate first but just barely engage the screw. You need some play in the outlets to get them back in.I'm not recommending that anyone do this though. If you are not an electrician or very comfortable with household wiring, things could go wrong. I also had some 14 awg Roamex lying around and the appropriate size wire nut which made this project only take about 10 min. You just need something to pop the wires out of the push connectors. I used a small drill bit. 5Perfect small power strip for appliances.Installed in a stack of Ikea cabinets to house some appliances. Good quality. Switch is handy. Good thick cord (14AWG). I used the end tabs to fasten to cabinet rather than the slots on the back. Drilled a whole in each (theres already a dimple) and voila. Running a convection toaster and 900 watt microwave. I usually dont run them at the same time. Neither appliance individually taxes this thing out. Stays cool to the touch after 30 mins of baking. Cord cool to the touch as well. Ill be ordering another for a second custom Ikea cabinet build. 5Well built, functions rightI use this for my home treadmill and dedicated 20 Amp circuit. It works as planned, with the orange lit power indicator being a positive feature, so I don't have to wonder if my treadmill is powered or not (my treadmill soaks up power even when not being used, so keeping the power off to the unit is helpful).I've run at high speeds while adjusting the elevation of the treadmill, and the power strip didn't trip, so the 20 Amp rating seems right for me. 4Nice weight and works greatI bought this for our vintage travel trailer that doesn't have electricity.. The trailer used to have electricity, but the control box is shot, so we wanted something to use for lights and a little personal heater. This worked great.My husband popped out one of the outlets (that would have been used to plug in an extension cord to the trailer) and replaced it with the plug of this unit, so this unit is inside the trailer. All we had to do was plug this into a heavy duty extension cord and plugged that into the campsite electrical box, and we had power without having to leave a window or the door cracked open for the cord.It has little holes in each end so you can screw it down. The only problem is, the holes aren't tapped through when you receive it.. My husband had to tap out the holes, but it wasn't a big deal. The unit is made from metal so it's heavy duty and doesn't flip around like many power outlet strips do...The only reason I screwed it down is so it would stay put when traveling. The on off switch has a plastic cover for protection.. You just flip it up to turn the unit on and off. For what we're using it for, we really don't need that cover, but it's there if you want it.. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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