• Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
  • Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
  • Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
  • Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
  • Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
  • Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
  • Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)
Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)

Tripp Lite in-Line Surge Protector Power Strip for Network and Phone Lines, 2-Line RJ11/RJ45, (DTEL2)

SKU:HAB0000512ZX
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  • POWERFUL NETWORK AND PHONE LINES: Surge suppressor is designed to protect data and communications equipment against AC transients caused by lightning, electrostatic discharge and ground surges that can enter equipment from the signal lines or chassis ground.
  • TELEPHONE/ETHERNET LINE SURGE PROTECTION: The DTEL2 features RJ45/RJ11 plugs for modems, telephone lines and answering or fax machines.
  • DATALINE SURGE PROTECTION: It protects up to 2 network or phone lines, modems, fax machines and answering machines against damage from lightning, electrostatic discharge and ground surges. Comes with RJ11 telephone patch cable.
  • COMPREHENSIVE PROTECTION: Protects against the effects of electrostatic discharge, faulty wiring and lightning
  • LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY: This In-Line Surge Protector offers a Lifetime Limited Warranty.

Customer Reviews

Pretty much a necessityAfter a recent lightning storm, my phone line went dead. I determined that nothing connected to the line in my house or workshop was causing the problem, and called the telephone company for service. The telco serviceman found an old surge suppressor across the line at the junction box outside the house. This must have been installed by the previous owner of the house. It was shorted out, apparently having given it's life to save my indoor phone equipment. Unfortunately, the label on the device was long gone and I was unable to search out a direct replacement. So I bought two of these. Like the old one, these have a short wire for grounding. However these suppressors are designed to go "as close to the device to be protected as possible," not on the line outdoors. The instructions say to connect the ground wire to the chassis of the device to be protected (satellite TV box, modem, electronic wireless phone base, etc.) This was easy on my satellite TV box. However my wireless phone base is in a plastic case, with no external screws that connect to the ground or chassis. I was able to open the case, route the wire through an existing hole in the bottom of the case, and attach it to a grounded circuit-board mounting screw. However if you are not comfortable doing this, you may wish to purchase a different type of protector.Tripplite is an excellent name in surge suppressors, and I am confident that these will protect my equipment. The only reason I gave four stars instead of five is that they haven't been put to the ultimate test yet.4Installed on my DSL LineNo degradation in speed when installed on my DSL line.Read small print on filter to see which end is to equip and which to phone line.Ground line could be longer, but if need be, just splice a wire (I connected the ground to my electrical box)5Protects your modem, router and computer from surges in the data lineWhy I purchased this item?My modem, router and computer's power supply all died around the same time. Lightning is rare in my area, but I suspect occasional brownouts, some which occurred just before the equipment failures and over the life of these components, was the culprit.To protect my equipment, I first purchased a UPS unit. However, I learned that my equipment was still at risk from surges entering through the DSL line. The DTEL2 protects my modem, router and computer from surges that may enter "through the backdoor", as they call it.RJ-11 vs. RJ-45Although this product is listed to support RJ-11 and RJ-45, the box that the product comes in only says RJ-45, so I did some checking at Tripp Lite's website to confirm it supports both.After connecting the equipment to the DTEL2 and powering up, my Internet connection was established without any problems. As for how well it protects my equipment... I just have to keep my fingers crossed that it works when the time comes.How I installed the DTEL2:Once you know how it's done, it's rather easy to install this product, but a simple diagram to supplement the written instructions would have made it much clearer.- The cable from the DSL ISP goes into the input port of the DTEL2- The cable from the modem connects to the equipment port of the DTEL2- The green ground wire is connected to the ground screw of the UPSThe installation will vary if you are connecting it to different equipment.PROS:- Supports DSL lines with RJ-11- Also supports RJ-45- Everything worked without problems after I installed the DTEL2- Cost is reasonable, especially considering all the equipment it protects.CONS:- A diagram would have been helpful for the non-engineering types NOTE:- It took me awhile to figure what I needed to protect my system from surges and how the components fit together. I'm not an expert in this area, but hopefully this review can help someone in a similar situation.- Please confirm with the manufacturer that this product is compatible with your system.5Saved my equipmentWe lose phones and DSL modems and all other sorts of network equipment to lightning every year. I added this to the line and we were hit by lightning again this morning and this device took the hit and saved our equipment. We heard it pop when the lightning hit and now it doesn't work anymore, but it protected all the downstream equipment. This device does exactly what it is supposed to do! I ordered another one so I am ready for the next storm that passes through.5Easy straight forward install.Installed on the output port of FIOS box to protect equipment after a lightning strike traveled down fiber into FIOS box then out through internal telco lines destroying alarm system and other equipment.5Really wanted this to work.I hate to leave a bad review about anything that Tripp-Lite makes. I have their lighting suppressors on my TVs and I love them. I truly believe they will sacrifice themselves to save my TV. This thing here though, it slowed my WiFi down to a crawl. I thought it was not supposed to do that. Oh well, I guess I will just have to depend on the phone companies grounding practices to save me from lighting.2Works with uverse, but connect it the right way.I am on Day One of installing the DTEL2 surge protector for a customer of mine. I used it in line between the incoming phone line and the plug on the AT&T uverse router where you insert the RJ11 male jack. The structured media center was all plastic so I had to ground it to the case of the nearby circuit breaker panel, taking the trouble not to extend the extra ground wire any longer than I needed to.I have a client in a condominium building of 30 homes that has an abnormally high equipment failure rate, usually after storms. It has been directly struck by lighting a couple of times. Maybe it is that building in Ghostbusters... Anyway, I've pulled out all of the stops and involved any type of protection including whole house surge. Despite these precautions this person had recently lost their smart home hub and a computer in a lightning storm. The only unprotected path was the internet & phone. (Another neighbor in the building had Fiber and no issues)When researching I'd read in the comments where some DSL connections were affected when this filter was added, and it did not seem to happen in this case. I made several speed tests after connecting and couldn't notice a difference. HOWEVER, you do have to plug it in a certain way. Oddly enough, this is not mentioned in the owners manual, and the jacks are inconspicuously labeled.When connecting, plug in your device (in my case, modem/router) into the jack marked EQUIP. The EQUIP port is on the same end as the green ground wire. As a secondary precaution, I used a marker to label the jacks for anyone who could accidentally reverse the connections in the future when working on the panel.So far, so good.5I would only recommend this for phone-only installations This did not work well at all with my DSL modem. It does something to mess with the signal. I would only recommend this for phone-only installations. 3plug and play - just be sure to hook the ...plug and play - just be sure to hook the ground wire up to a 110 VAC electrical outlet screw (on the cover) and NOT to the screws on the low voltage box where the phone/cable connector is - as the box inside is plastic and the screws are not grounded4Works good Working for a month - no issues. 5Protected from lighting strikeI had been hit before and lost DSL modem and router. I installed this and it saved my equipment. The patch cable at wall was black inside and shorted. The DTEL2 was also shorted out. Replaced patch cable and phone and internet came back up. Called customer service and they promptly honored the lifetime warranty and shipped me a new one. Outstanding customer service.5Everything has been good for two years nowAfter losing everything to a lightening strike two years in a row I added protection on every line connected and a lightening rod! Everything has been good for two years now.4
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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Description
  • POWERFUL NETWORK AND PHONE LINES: Surge suppressor is designed to protect data and communications equipment against AC transients caused by lightning, electrostatic discharge and ground surges that can enter equipment from the signal lines or chassis ground.
  • TELEPHONE/ETHERNET LINE SURGE PROTECTION: The DTEL2 features RJ45/RJ11 plugs for modems, telephone lines and answering or fax machines.
  • DATALINE SURGE PROTECTION: It protects up to 2 network or phone lines, modems, fax machines and answering machines against damage from lightning, electrostatic discharge and ground surges. Comes with RJ11 telephone patch cable.
  • COMPREHENSIVE PROTECTION: Protects against the effects of electrostatic discharge, faulty wiring and lightning
  • LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY: This In-Line Surge Protector offers a Lifetime Limited Warranty.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Pretty much a necessityAfter a recent lightning storm, my phone line went dead. I determined that nothing connected to the line in my house or workshop was causing the problem, and called the telephone company for service. The telco serviceman found an old surge suppressor across the line at the junction box outside the house. This must have been installed by the previous owner of the house. It was shorted out, apparently having given it's life to save my indoor phone equipment. Unfortunately, the label on the device was long gone and I was unable to search out a direct replacement. So I bought two of these. Like the old one, these have a short wire for grounding. However these suppressors are designed to go "as close to the device to be protected as possible," not on the line outdoors. The instructions say to connect the ground wire to the chassis of the device to be protected (satellite TV box, modem, electronic wireless phone base, etc.) This was easy on my satellite TV box. However my wireless phone base is in a plastic case, with no external screws that connect to the ground or chassis. I was able to open the case, route the wire through an existing hole in the bottom of the case, and attach it to a grounded circuit-board mounting screw. However if you are not comfortable doing this, you may wish to purchase a different type of protector.Tripplite is an excellent name in surge suppressors, and I am confident that these will protect my equipment. The only reason I gave four stars instead of five is that they haven't been put to the ultimate test yet.4Installed on my DSL LineNo degradation in speed when installed on my DSL line.Read small print on filter to see which end is to equip and which to phone line.Ground line could be longer, but if need be, just splice a wire (I connected the ground to my electrical box)5Protects your modem, router and computer from surges in the data lineWhy I purchased this item?My modem, router and computer's power supply all died around the same time. Lightning is rare in my area, but I suspect occasional brownouts, some which occurred just before the equipment failures and over the life of these components, was the culprit.To protect my equipment, I first purchased a UPS unit. However, I learned that my equipment was still at risk from surges entering through the DSL line. The DTEL2 protects my modem, router and computer from surges that may enter "through the backdoor", as they call it.RJ-11 vs. RJ-45Although this product is listed to support RJ-11 and RJ-45, the box that the product comes in only says RJ-45, so I did some checking at Tripp Lite's website to confirm it supports both.After connecting the equipment to the DTEL2 and powering up, my Internet connection was established without any problems. As for how well it protects my equipment... I just have to keep my fingers crossed that it works when the time comes.How I installed the DTEL2:Once you know how it's done, it's rather easy to install this product, but a simple diagram to supplement the written instructions would have made it much clearer.- The cable from the DSL ISP goes into the input port of the DTEL2- The cable from the modem connects to the equipment port of the DTEL2- The green ground wire is connected to the ground screw of the UPSThe installation will vary if you are connecting it to different equipment.PROS:- Supports DSL lines with RJ-11- Also supports RJ-45- Everything worked without problems after I installed the DTEL2- Cost is reasonable, especially considering all the equipment it protects.CONS:- A diagram would have been helpful for the non-engineering types NOTE:- It took me awhile to figure what I needed to protect my system from surges and how the components fit together. I'm not an expert in this area, but hopefully this review can help someone in a similar situation.- Please confirm with the manufacturer that this product is compatible with your system.5Saved my equipmentWe lose phones and DSL modems and all other sorts of network equipment to lightning every year. I added this to the line and we were hit by lightning again this morning and this device took the hit and saved our equipment. We heard it pop when the lightning hit and now it doesn't work anymore, but it protected all the downstream equipment. This device does exactly what it is supposed to do! I ordered another one so I am ready for the next storm that passes through.5Easy straight forward install.Installed on the output port of FIOS box to protect equipment after a lightning strike traveled down fiber into FIOS box then out through internal telco lines destroying alarm system and other equipment.5Really wanted this to work.I hate to leave a bad review about anything that Tripp-Lite makes. I have their lighting suppressors on my TVs and I love them. I truly believe they will sacrifice themselves to save my TV. This thing here though, it slowed my WiFi down to a crawl. I thought it was not supposed to do that. Oh well, I guess I will just have to depend on the phone companies grounding practices to save me from lighting.2Works with uverse, but connect it the right way.I am on Day One of installing the DTEL2 surge protector for a customer of mine. I used it in line between the incoming phone line and the plug on the AT&T uverse router where you insert the RJ11 male jack. The structured media center was all plastic so I had to ground it to the case of the nearby circuit breaker panel, taking the trouble not to extend the extra ground wire any longer than I needed to.I have a client in a condominium building of 30 homes that has an abnormally high equipment failure rate, usually after storms. It has been directly struck by lighting a couple of times. Maybe it is that building in Ghostbusters... Anyway, I've pulled out all of the stops and involved any type of protection including whole house surge. Despite these precautions this person had recently lost their smart home hub and a computer in a lightning storm. The only unprotected path was the internet & phone. (Another neighbor in the building had Fiber and no issues)When researching I'd read in the comments where some DSL connections were affected when this filter was added, and it did not seem to happen in this case. I made several speed tests after connecting and couldn't notice a difference. HOWEVER, you do have to plug it in a certain way. Oddly enough, this is not mentioned in the owners manual, and the jacks are inconspicuously labeled.When connecting, plug in your device (in my case, modem/router) into the jack marked EQUIP. The EQUIP port is on the same end as the green ground wire. As a secondary precaution, I used a marker to label the jacks for anyone who could accidentally reverse the connections in the future when working on the panel.So far, so good.5I would only recommend this for phone-only installations This did not work well at all with my DSL modem. It does something to mess with the signal. I would only recommend this for phone-only installations. 3plug and play - just be sure to hook the ...plug and play - just be sure to hook the ground wire up to a 110 VAC electrical outlet screw (on the cover) and NOT to the screws on the low voltage box where the phone/cable connector is - as the box inside is plastic and the screws are not grounded4Works good Working for a month - no issues. 5Protected from lighting strikeI had been hit before and lost DSL modem and router. I installed this and it saved my equipment. The patch cable at wall was black inside and shorted. The DTEL2 was also shorted out. Replaced patch cable and phone and internet came back up. Called customer service and they promptly honored the lifetime warranty and shipped me a new one. Outstanding customer service.5Everything has been good for two years nowAfter losing everything to a lightening strike two years in a row I added protection on every line connected and a lightening rod! Everything has been good for two years now.4
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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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