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Tripp Lite Isobar 10 Outlet Audio/Video Surge Protector Tel/Modem/Coax/Network 8ft Cord Right Angle Plug, & $500,000 Insurance (HT10DBS)

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  • PROTECT ANY ELECTRONIC DEVICE FROM POWER SURGES & SPIKES: Surge Protector with ten outlets and coaxial/tel/modem/Ethernet protection is ideal for your entire home/business theater installations Protect high-definition TVs, satellite and A/V receivers, DVD/CD players and more, from dangerous power surges, spikes & line noise
  • PREMIUM SURGE PROTECTION WITH BUILT-IN MODEM/COAX/ETHERNET PROTECTION: This surge suppressor offers complete AC protection with ten total NEMA 5-15R outlets, which are arranged in two exclusive isolated filter banks that prevent equipment connected to one bank from interfering with equipment connected to another In addition, three-line 22 GHz gold coaxial protection, one-line phone/modem protection and one-line high-speed Ethernet protection for safeguarding your entire home theater
  • SAFETY FIRST HIGH JOULE-RATING - CONFORMS TO UL 1449 SAFETY STANDARDS: An integrated 12A circuit breaker protects all outlets and shuts down connected equipment in the event of an overload Diagnostic LEDS confirm when you are grounded and protected at a glance 3840 joules mean maximum protection for your equipment Conforms to current UL 1449 3rd Edition safety standards
  • COLOR-CODED LABELS & CONVENIENT RIGHT ANGLE PLUG: This black surge suppressor provides ten total outlets, and color-coded labels above outlets to help identify connections at a glance The extra-long 8-foot AC power cord acts like an extension cord to give you the flexibility to reach distant outlets The right-angle NEMA 5-15P flat plug allows furniture to be moved flush against the wall Keyhole slots on bottom panel allows for convenient wall mounting
  • LIFETIME WARRANTY, $500,000 INSURANCE: Lifetime Limited Warranty and $500,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance covers any connected equipment damaged by a power surge

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Customer Reviews

The coaxial connection weakens the signal & it renders it useless. The entire device is cheaply made. The coaxial cable connection is useless: the signal becomes too weak when routed through the surge protector, and with an HDTV a number of channels become unwatchable or have no reception. I tried with several different coaxial cables (including the flimsy one that came with the surge protector), and it just does not work with a coaxial cable. (Of course, once one connects the HDTV directly without the surge protector, everything is fine again.)Moreover, the entire device is quite poorly made: cheap plastic that comes apart easily. It is most definitely not worth its price: one can buy the same level of protection for almost have the price. (Don't fall for the promised monetary compensation: no brand of surge protectors has ever paid that sort of money to any customer, no matter what. They always find a way to claim that the problem was not the surge protector.)Tripp Lite does make a line of excellent surge protectors: the Isobar models, which are highly recommendable. But their regular surge protectors are cheaply made, grossly overpriced chunks of plastic. 1after less than a year, became noisyI initially bought this to protect my audio and TV systems. It seemed to work well for a while, although I never had a surge to protect against. Then, after about 8 months, it started emitting a high pitched electric whine. This is NOT what you want to hear feeding into your upscale audio system! I contacted tech support several times. On the phone, they told me that it is supposed to do that. Via email, over several days, they keep asking repetitive questions. Its been several days, and they have not committed to honoring their warranty yet. I finally bought a belkin that is half the price, seems to do the same things, has sockets that pivot, and does not emit any noise. Very dissapointed in the lack of support from this company.2These are VERY high quality. I use them professionally...I install home theater systems for a living.I purchase these units for use with larger home theater setups (with multiple devices, such as game consoles, video streamers, bluray players, etc). For smaller systems I use the 6 port model (see below).Here are the reasons I use these units:1) Quality. I only use high quality products in customer installations. These units exude quality both in specs and looks.2) Protection. These surge protectors have a surge suppression rating of 3840 Joules. That's a lot of protection; higher then most in-home surge protector bars. This means whatever is plugged into these (such as TV's and computers) will have a better chance of surviving then a lower rated surge bar. It's backed by a $500,000 Ultimate Lifetime Insurance.3) Noise Filtration. This is a feature found only higher quality surge protectors. This feature prevents appliances (blenders, refrigerators, fans) from degrading your TV picture and sound quality when in use. It also helps prevent lock-ups and data errors on PCs and other high end components. This is a MUST.4) Heavy Duty. Yeah, these aren't breaking, ever. Every surface is solid metal, painted black. They weigh about 5 pounds, which makes them feel SOLID.5) Easy. They plug in and work. No buttons. Plug in, your done.6) Amount of Ports. 10 power ports. This unit is great if you have a lot of devices plugged into your TV (surround sound receiver, game consoles, video streamers, bluray players, etc)To date, I have not had a single one of these products fail on me. If they ever do, I will update this review, with details.Note: If you need a smaller surge protector then this 10 port, I recommend the following:2 outlet (1410 joule): Tripp Lite ULTRABLOK Isobar Surge Protector/Suppressor 2 outlets, Direct Plug In, 1410 Joules6 outlet (3340 joule): TRIPP LITE AVBAR6 Isobar Metal RJ11 Coax 6 Outlet 6-Feet Cord A/V Surge ProtectorI am extremely satisfied with this purchase and the price I paid. If you are looking for a larger, HIGH QUALITY surge protector, I HIGHLY recommend these.I'm a very pleased, very impressed, and very satisfied customer.Thanks Tripp Lite. We appreciate quality products at fair prices. Please keep it up![Please Vote!]I hope this review gives you some insight and help with your choice, and a little knowledge from an unbiased owner. If so, please click on "YES" below this review to vote it as helpful. Thanks!(Thanks for the questions, comments and votes fellow Amazon shoppers... keep them coming too!)5Best Protection for your $$$$$$!!Bought about a year ago...Dec. 2014. Great product! Looks like quality construction and outlets spaced far enough apart for block plugs. Everything goes through this including blue ray player, tv, cable box, sound bar, amplifier, and router/modem. After hooking up all my equipment to it I believe my tv pic is slightly clearer on what already looked picture perfect. The only drawback may be watching "The Walking Dead" as they may enter your living room space! Getting one of these for my new Son-in-Law for Christmas next year! A very practical thoughtful and money saving idea! Will never buy Znythjng but Tripp Lite Iso Bars!!!!!5great protectorI did some researching and found that your average surge protector from all the common brands have quite a high clamping voltage. From HowStuffWorks.com; Tom Harris - http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/everyday-tech/surge-protector7.htm voltage - This tells you what voltage will cause the MOVs to conduct electricity to the ground line. A lower clamping voltage indicates better protection.All those $30-$50 Belkin surge protectors - basically the majority of the plastic housing protectors have clamping voltages of nearly double this unit - ~250-500v. This unit has a 140v clamping voltage. The higher 300-500 voltages can easily destroy more sensitive electronics.As I understand it, these also offer better filtration with separated outlets/banks and have better circuit breakers which could potentially allow the unit to be reused after a strike - other units are often unusable after a surge. Correct me if I'm wrong.The exterior is an all metal housing. You can't get a better combo of quality and protection for the cost offered by Amazon. These are definitely worth the added premium. I replaced my home theater surge with the HT10DBS and all my others with their ISOBAR8ULTRAs. I have not tested the cable or telephone protector ports as many have claimed quality degradation - I can neither confirm nor deny their results.With all of these expensive electronics nowadays - why not spend a little extra to protect your investments and avoid the hassle of having to go through any sort of replacement/insurance through the surge protection plans.NOTE: AS ANOTHER HELPED ME WITH STATING IN THEIR REVIEW - GET THIS ONE VS. THE AVBAR10 - THE NORMALLY MORE EXPENSIVE HT10DBS COSTS LESS ON AMAZON AND OFFERS BETTER FILTRATION.5Dead router I have replaced multiple routers due to lightning strikes so I installed a whole home surge protector as well as this device in my wiring closet. I had the router and modem's power plugged into it as well as the coax going thru it to my cable modem. Grounded and Protected LEDs lit. Shortly after, we had a storm, lightning bolt struck, and router is dead. The Tripp Lite still shows grounded and protected. Cox cable was also knocked out to the neighborhood (as has happened before when my router died) so I believe the surge is coming in through the coax. But bottom line is, the Tripp Lite didn't stop it. I have filed a claim against their insurance guarantee and shipped back the device but have not heard their decision yet. If they back their claim, I will update this review. 1It seems to be performing well.I tried to do a lot of research before I purchased this particular Isobar 10 Outlet Audio/Video Surge protector. I am using this as my primary protection for a high end computer, and associated Modem, Router, Monitor, etc. The unit looks well built, and I have no reason to believe that it is not doing its job. I am not using the protection for the High Speed Cable connection or Phone, but would like to do some research there as well. This unit feels like you could drop it from an airplane, and it would still work fine. In short, other then the external build quality, (and a lack of problems), I do not know if this unit is working well or not, but the other reviews seem to be very favorable. In over a years time, with brown outs, power outages, and surges, (watch the lights flicker), my computer equipment is still running fine. This is one of the few reviews where I am actually trusting the reflections of others. I have no desire to put one of these on the bench, get the scope out, and look to blow out a few MOVs, although that might be fun to do someday. I feel this is a great investment in your high end electronic equipment, and quite frankly, cheap insurance. A bad power spike will knock out sensitive equipment, (and not so sensitive equipment) faster than a heartbeat. This Tripp Lite Isobar 10 is a great source of line protection.5Do your research and buy this one! It's the best surge protector on the market right now. I purchased this Tripp Lite Surge Protector for our home theater set-up which consists of a TV, Blu-Ray player, Xbox, A/V Receiver, cable box, and wireless router. I haven't used Tripp Lite products in the past, I've mainly relied on whatever was cheapest at the "big box" store down the road.As I've matured and added a few more components to our home theater, installing a quality surge protector was an obvious thing to do. Through my research I stumbled upon a website called "WireCutter" that had an article "The Best Surge Protector" which is an extremely informative read. I recommend you look into it if you'd like to know some background information about surge protectors, or just want to find out why this Tripp Lite is the best on the market.To me, the greatest advantage of this Tripp Lite is a feature that is not found on most surge protectors at this price point: in the event of a power surge, spike, or other electrical event in which this Tripp Lite can no longer protect your devices, it has an internal mechanism that will cease power delivery to your devices.This Tripp Lite completely cuts off power to your devices which shows you immediately that the surge protector has sacrificed itself for your expensive electronics. Other surge protectors typically trigger a "problem" light on the surge protector (which is always tucked behind the TV or on the floor where you'd never see it) but continue powering your components even if it cannot protect them. This Tripp Lite makes it extremely obvious that the protector has done its job.Regarding the item itself, I know that some people were complaining that the plugs are extremely snug (eg: hard to insert plugs into the outlets), I do not see this as a negative, as there is very little chance that the plugs could be accidentally removed from the surge protectorNot only will it protect your devices, but you can rely on Tripp Lite in the event of surge protector damage, or even worse, damage of your electronics. Whether your system costs $100, $1000, or $150,000, this one's got you covered! I'd say that ~$30 is a pretty reasonable investment, considering how much protection it offers. 5A Tripp Lite Surge Protector saved my computer We had a flood at our office and the Tripp Lite surge protector was on the floor, so it grounded out and melted completely. But we have not had a single problem with any of the electrical devices that were plugged into it! So I bought another one to replace it and I'll never use any other brand. I only wish they came with shorter cords, as this is a lot of cord to keep under the desk.But we learned a good lesson: try to mount your surge protector instead of leaving them on the floor!UPDATE: We sent the picture of the melted protector to Tripp Lite to thank them for a great product. They responded that we were entitled to a new one under our warranty, and even though we hadn't asked for one and couldn't give them any information on the old one (we had tossed it during the flood cleanup) they sent a brand new one that arrived today! As I said, I'm never buying any other product. This is one company that really stands by its products. Thanks, Tripp Lite. 5Great features and warranty, but Ethernet ports unusable First, I love Tripp Lite's warranty and customer service; it's the only brand I buy anymore because if the product ever fails, Tripp Lite will replace it.This model has great features and reliability with one EXCEPTION: the Ethernet ports are so slow that they are unusable. My thought was to use this model to protect my streaming media box (example: Amazon Fire TV) from a power surge through the Ethernet wiring. The result was constant buffering. The surge protection appears to result in unusable streaming performance issues.I contacted Tripp Lite support and here is part of the response I received: "Most (but not all) current Internet and Cable Service providers don't usually support surge suppressors in line with their data line connections. The reason is because going through a surge protector can cause response time issues (ping) and can cause load times and time outs when attempting to stream. At times when speeds get too fast outside of the support, the unit will usually lose packets and this will cause loading issues of any page."I used the Coax ports for a roof-mounted antenna without any issues. 3Not Worth The Price Of AdmissionLet me first start off by saying that I am a lead (leed) troubleshooting field technician for the most cutting edge cable company is the U. S.. Don't EVER plug your cable coax line or satellite into a surge strip or any other kind of strip that claims to clean up the signal. You don't know how many missing or freezing channel problems I fixed just by bypassing the surge strip with the coax cable. Your cable or satellite service is grounded outside on the side of your house, where a lightening strike would occur, and ours is also grounded up on the poles. So theres no need to ground it inside.Every company uses a different set of frequencies for their channels. And even different channels are on different frequencies. A LOT of these surge protectors filter out some of these frequencies and there's no way of knowing unless you know all the frequencies your cable/satellite company uses for tv channels, and what frequencies the surge strip filters out. Keep in mind, you should most definitely plug the cable/satellite box's power cord into a surge protector, just don't connect the cable wire from the wall to the strip and then to the cable box.Secondly, if you own a Gigabit Router, don't plug it in the RJ-45 (Ethernet) ports on a strip either. These ports are only 10/100 (Megabit), not 10/100/1000 (Gigabit). This will make the fastest part of your router, the hardwired lines, dramatically slower.These companies are betting on the general public's ignorance about these things and trying to pass them off as features, while instead they'll end up hindering the very expensive services you pay for. Just use the surge protectors for power plugs only.Last but not least... I own this unit. Either I have very clean power in my 40 year old house, or this doesn't clean out any electrical noise whatsoever. Because I see HDTV's day in & day out and I notice absolutely no difference between this unit and the regular, older Monster brand, surge-only unit I switched from. My older unit didn't "filter out electrical noise" like this one claims to. Yet they look the same on the tv.One very good thing this unit has going for it is it's a solidly built metal unit, and it's very nice looking as well. But if that doesn't matter to you, there's a Belkin unit sold here on Amazon (model# BP112230-08) that has a higher surge suppression rating than this unit and the Belkin has 12 outlets instead of this ones ten outlets. Not to mention the Belkin is HALF the price. Keep in mind the Belkin is just a straight surge protector, no "line or noise filtering." I own them both and of course I prefer the look and build of the metal Tripplite over the plastic Belkin. But what it really comes down to is what it can do for you and how much you want to spend.So that's my advice, make of it what you will. You can't go wrong with either unit, but as for the noise filtering features of the Tripplite... I don't buy it. More of a marketing gimmick in my opinion unless you have major electrical problems in your place. In that case you should be calling an electrician. And remember what I said about not plugging certain wires into the unit. You pay a lot for those services. There's no reason to let a simple surge protector hold them back from their full potential.Also, make sure all of your coax cable fittings (connections) are wrench tight. A good rule of thumb is to tighten them as much as you can with your fingers, then do a quarter turn tighter with a wrench. Use RG-6 shielded coax cable, not the skinny, dollar store RG-59 cable, and make sure all of your splitters are DIGITAL. Technology moves fast. You gotta keep up or get left behind.Happy Holidays (written in December)3Failed in a storm Originally I gave this a 5 star review. However, then during a thunderstorm one of the items plugged into this power strip was zapped and no longer functions. The "protected" light is still green and the unit did not shut off as it's supposed to. I've only owned it for 2 months.My original review:The small plugs are very close together, but everything fits. The outlets are tight so you have to really push the plugs in there, but on the plus side they won't get unplugged my mistake. All the receptacles close up to keep dust out, except the phone jacks. Overall, it's a solid unit and I purchased it because it shuts off all power in case of a big power surge. 1Computer started within seconds. Excellent!I had a Panamex that was expensive 10 years ago.I noticed my computer would pause,and knew it was time to buy a new surge protector, but not just any surge protector.In the meantime,I bought a new desktop, and it seemed slow to start. I bought this Tripp Lite, due to our electricity sometimes going out, and I didn't want the model that beeped constantly.This model comes in a huge Amazon parcel, and a huge box. It it made of metal, has 10 outlets, and 2 phone outlets, 2 ethernet outlets. It doesn't have a USB port, but it's not a big deal or even something I would need. The outlets are labeled, and along with the labels, there's a phone cord, an ethernet cable,and some kind of coax cable. There is a red light to turn on after you get everything plugged in. The cord is 6 foot long, which is a plus. There are 6 gold cable plug ins, atleast I think that's what they are for.I plugged the Windows 10 HP Envy computer, monitor, cable modem and printer, and turned on the computer. It turned on within seconds, no lag what so ever. I'm so happy with this that I'm getting a second for my home office and work laptop and monitor. I swear by excellent surge protector. These aren't cheap but you get what you pay for.5Very large surge protector with lots of room, but read below! FIRST - YES, IT IS EXTREMELY HARD TO PLUG THINGS INTO THIS SURGE PROTECTOR INITIALLY. But, there is a way to fix this. The first time plugging anything into this surge protector is very difficult. But once this initial resistance is "broken", future plug ins are very easy! I would highly recommend (before using the surge protector) plugging the item's own 3 prong cord into each outlet until that initial plug resistance is broken. I found it easier to break the resistance by wiggling the plug side to side parallel to the long axis of the surge protector whilst pushing down. The connect is very tight and feels very secure even AFTER this initial break in period.The built in outlet safety covers are very handy and easy to use. They slide back and forth with a nice click at each position. These covers are so easy to use, that a child could operate them...Also, included with the item are 2 cords/cables: 1 telephone cord and 1 cable tv/antennae cable. This, if anything, should encourage you to use the cable and telephone surge suppression features of this unit.The power cord is of the right angle/low profile variety. It is quite long and pretty easy to bend into shape.The construction seems nice, but it sure doesn't feel like a Tripp Lite Isobar. But then again, it is prettier.My only complaint so far is that 8 outlets along the one edge are VERY close together. So close that it is hard to place 2 usb/plug type adapters next to each other - such as an iPhone charger/usb plug next to a iPad charger/usb plug. Anything bigger than a standard 3 prong cord might get a little tight. I suppose you could alternate a charger/plug next to a typical 3 prong plug. 4>>> MAY CAUSE INTERFERENCE ON YOUR TV A major reason for choosing the Tipp Lite 12 over other models was the additional coax cable protection (for TV cabling).After about a year of use , suddenly I began to get intermittent, but often very bad, pixilation on over-the-air broadcast (that is, from an old fashion outside antenna) on VHF channels 7 and 10. After about a month I began to get pixilation on channel 6. After trying everything else imaginable (carefully re-aiming my antenna several times, cleaning all coax connections, installing a signal booster, etc.), I bypassed the coax connections on the Tripp Lite 12 (that is, I hooked the coax cable directly from the antenna to my TV) --- magically the pixilation vanished. 1Review: Tripp Lite HT10DBS - Excellent Product, Isolated Filter Banks, EMI/RFI AttenuationThis review is for the "Tripp Lite HT10DBS Home Theater Isobar Surge Protector"OVERVIEW:-----------The HT10DBS is a well-reviewed, high quality value sweet spot among premium surge protectors. It offers UL 1449 3rd Edition verified surge protection with decent EMI/RFI AC line noise protection.This is a premium AV surge protector offering from a company that takes surge protection seriously.NEW TECHNICAL DETAIL:[03/2014]------------------------(1) EMI/RF AC NOISE ATTENUATIONAlthough HT10DBS specs say 60dB EMI/RFI AC line NOISE ATTENUATION, Tripp Lite engineering says that with current units the outlets CLOSEST TO THE POWER CORD are 80dB and those furthest away are 50dB. So clearly we want components most likely to benefit from noise attenuation plugged into outlets closest to the power cord.(2) MORE ISOLATED FILTER BANKSTripp Lite engineering says that current units have 5 ISOLATED FILTER BANKS, that each outlet pair is its own isolated filter bank like most of the ISOBAR/ISOTEL units. They said it used to be 3 and before that 2.If these two technical details are accurate, it makes the HT10DBS more competitive with other models of the ISOBAR/ISOTEL line. It would now be an alternative to ISOBAR/ISOTEL for those who might just get it as an ISOBAR/ISOTEL with 10 outlets and greater spacing convenience, with the upgraded EMI-RFI noise reduction being just icing on the cake.MISC. DETAILS:---------------(1) Ethernet line (RJ45) surge protection is, like most RJ45 consumer surge protection these days, not for gigabit speed ethernet, it is for up to 100baseT. I confirmed with the company.(2) The EMI/RFI and noise attenuation is for the unit's AC outlets, not for the coaxial cable, tel/fax line, and ethernet line, they however get the surge protection, of course. Source: Tripp Lite engineering.(3) If the outlet isn't grounded, surge protection won't work (however you would get the outlet EMI/RFI and noise reduction).(4) The on/off switch (which doubles as a circuit breaker) takes just enough force to make it a little more cat proof than some others.WHAT IT HAS IN COMMON WITHALL ISOBAR SURGE SUPPRESSORS:---------------------------------The ISOBAR/ISOTEL line of surge protectors (HT10DBS is one of them) is technically respected, the line has been around over 20 years and they have sold almost 20 million of them. Even their plug receptacles are high quality. These are a great value.Some key ISOBAR/ISOTELs benefits:(1) UL1449 3RD EDITION TESTED (see below for details) with let through 140V RMS "CLAMPING" VOLTAGE (UL Verified at 330V). This means at 140V it starts passing the over voltage to electrical ground. If a surge protector doesn't have a clamping voltage at 330V or lower, consider looking for one that does if you are serious about surge protection.(2) ISOLATED FILTER BANKS. Some equipment send more noise than others back down their AC cords. The isolated filter banks eliminate interference between equipment in this regard.As noted above, starting sometime in 2013/2014 the HT10DBS model of the ISOBAR line now has five isolated filter banks (each outlet pair). Thus electrical noise from each outlet pair won't affect other outlet pairs.For example, you might isolate equipment with motors like DVRs and DVD players from noise sensitive equipment like TV and speakers.Note: I was told that versions older than sometime in 2013/2014 of the HT10DBS had only 2 (and I heard later 3) isolated filter banks and most of the marketing materials still reflect that, and their sales people and even some of their engineers may still refer to that old material.(3) SURVIVABILITY, unlike many surge protectors this isn't designed to be a disposable product. ISOBAR surge protectors are designed to be highly survivable in addition to doing their job of protecting your equipment. And if it does sacrifice itself protecting your equipment there is a good chance the company will send you a new one at no cost. Comments on sites suggest they take their lifetime warranty and equipment protection guarantee seriously. There is circuit breaker (12A) built-in too, of course.(4) EMI/RFI FILTERING, the db attenuation level is model dependent. Although the HT10DBS model specs say it goes up to 60db noise attenuation (depends on frequency range), Tripp Lite engineering says it is up to 80dB closest to the power cord and 50dB furthest away. Again, this does not apply to the coax cable, tel/fax line (RJ11), or Ethernet (RJ45) line, they get the surge protection, though, of course.I don't know why the online specs are different than the understanding of Tripp Lite engineering. If I resolve anything I'll modify accordingly.(5) A tough all metal housing, thus for example no melting plastic cases in extreme conditions.(6) For over 20 years, the ISOBAR line has committed to the technical high-road and showed product durability/survivability over the long haul and the company appears to make a good faith effort to honor their warranty.NOTE: The rest of the benefit laundry list I won't cover as they are to be expected for any premium surge protector and there is nothing to clarify or add:- expected status indicators- high joules protection (HT10DBS has 3840)- thermal fusing to avoid fires, etc.- etc.HT10DBS SPECIFIC BENEFITS:-----------------------------[ Rewritten in 03/2014 to reflect spec changes ]At its core HT10DBS is a 10-outlet ISOBAR/ISOTEL surge protector with BETTER OUTLET SPACING than the 2-8 outlet models.Like the other 10 outlet member of the ISOBAR/ISOTEL family, the AVBAR10, it adds surge protection for:- coaxial cable (x3)- RJ11 (fax/phone)- RJ45 (computer network/ethernet - only up to 100BaseT, NOT gigabit).So what does the HT10DBS have over its nearly identical twin of the ISOBAR line, the AVBAR10?- The HT10DBS now has up to 80db EMI/RFI noise protection/filtration (source: Tripp Lite engineering) for the outlets as opposed to AVBAR10's up to 40db. As noted earlier that is 80dB closest to the power cord and it is down to 50dB at the other end. Note that the online specs still say 60dB max., however Tripp Lite engineering says it is now 80dB.- HT10DBS has 3840 joule suppression rating vs. AVBAR10's 3384. Some say this isn't significant, however I include it as some care.- The new HT10DBS design now has 5 isolated filter banks (source: Tripp Lite engineering) vs. the 3 on the AVBAR10 (source: Tripp Lite engineering). HT10DBS is the more premium product.UL1449 3rd EDITION - WHY DEMAND IT ATTHE MINIMUM FOR YOUR SURGE PROTECTOR:-------------------------------------------Okay, so you read somewhere that you want a UL1449 verified/tested product and preferably a maximum of 330V let-through clamping voltage, <1 nanosecond response time, etc., but what added value does UL1449 3RD EDITION give us?UL1449 3rd Edition became effective 09/2009. Any surge protection device (SPD) made after that must meet the new tests to be UL1449 verified. Why choose a product that meets the new edition of the certification (much less meets any old UL1449 cert.) if you are serious about protecting your equipment? Here are two reasons:(1) It added a STRESS TEST for Type 3 SPDs like this called the Duty Cycle Test. They electrically whack it 15x to see if they can ruin its ability to protect, cause a fire, etc.(2) The UL1449 3rd Edition tests with 6x MORE SURGE AMPERAGE than the 2nd Edition test did.A UL Listed product that claims to be a surge protector is not necessarily UL1449 3rd Edition listed. For example, it may only be UL1283 listed (or one would hope rarely, even UL1449 2nd Edition listed in the past and not following the rules for listing continuation). Watch out for carefully constructed marketing that really is just claiming to be as good as UL1449 listing or verification, instead of actually being UL listed/verified.SOME SELECT NOTES FROMINSTRUCTIONS AND ELSEWHERE:(Reworded for brevity)-------------------------------- Plug the unit directly into the wall socket, don't daisy chain extension cords.- If socket is ungrounded, surge protection won't work, be sure warning light shows socket has ground. At least you'll get EMI/RFI noise reduction for the outlets, but without ground you've got an extension cord not a surge protector.- If you are serious about surge protection from nearby lightning strikes or power line events, be sure to get whole house surge suppression in addition to these kinds of surge protector units (unit and installation can be as little as $200ish, Note: Get a unit with status indicators).- Under UL 1449 3rd Edition, these kinds of surge protectors are Type 3, which are partly defined as being 30'+ from circuit breaker box. This is why you will see reference to premium surge protectors being 30ft. from a circuit breaker box. It doesn't mean that at 29.9' your surge protector will go nuclear.SOME OTHER UL1449 3rd EDITIONSURGE PROTECTORS:---------------------------------- FURMAN:Furman PST-8 Power Station Series AC Power ConditionerFurman PST 8D Advanced Level Power Conditioning, SMP, EVS, LiFT, 15 Amp, Aluminum Chassis, 8 Outlets, Isolated Outlet Banks, Cable & Telco Protection- WALL PLUG-IN:TRIPP LITE SK5TEL-0 Surge Protector Wallmount Direct Plug in 5 Outlet RJ11 1080 Joule- ISOBAR:Tripp Lite ISOBAR8ULTRA Isobar Surge Protector Metal 8 Outlet 12 feet Cord 3840 JoulesTripp Lite ISOBAR6 Isobar Surge Protector Metal 6 Outlet 6 feet Cord 3330 JoulesTripp Lite ISOBAR4ULTRA Isobar Surge Protector Metal 4 Outlet 6 feet Cord 3330 Joules- ISOTEL:Tripp Lite ISOTEL8ULTRA 8-Outlet ISOTEL Surge Protector (3840 Joules, Tel/DSL)Tripp Lite ISOTEL6ULTRA Isobar Surge Protector Metal RJ11 6 Outlet 6-Feet Cord 3330 Joules- AVBAR:Tripp Lite AVBAR10 Isobar Audio Video Surge Protector 10 Outlet Tel/Coax 8 feet CordTRIPP LITE AVBAR8 Isobar Metal RJ11 RJ45 Coax 8 Outlet 8-Feet Cord A/V Surge ProtectorMonster doesn't publish whether or not some of their surge protectors are UL1449 or UL1449 3rd Edition verified, but they are considering doing so some day. They also don't publish their surge protectors EMI/RFI noise attenuation, but they are considering doing so in the future, as well. Obviously many folks and companies serious about surge protection are not likely to use surge protection that doesn't show UL1449 listing.INTERESTING FORUMS:----------------------avsforumhometheaterforumecousticsSOME RELATED PRODUCTSOTHER UL LISTINGS:-------------------------UL497A/UL1459 - Relates to Telco (ex: RJ11 protection in our case)UL 991 - Tests for safety-related controls using solid state devicesUL 1283 - EMI Filtering for these kinds of unitsUL 1363 - "Relocatable power taps" (think extension cords) with or without EMI filtering or surge protection5Needs an internet-era update but is still the benchmark in protectionI emailed Tripp-Lite about this filtering issue being discussed, and THEY CALLED ME.I nearly died.They confirmed this is nearly identical to the AVBAR10 except for joule rating so whichever is cheaper, go nuts.One star removed because:-NOBODY needs all these coax plugs. I'd rather have only one input that splits to two outputs and have a supplied termination plug if one isn't used-Needs two pairs of ethernet ports so I can protect incoming WAN and protect an outgoing LAN port on a single router (to protect from transients incoming from another remote switch to device behind protector-Ethernet needs to support gigabit ethernet, no need for PoE support or anything crazy, but come on it's 2014 and we have Wifi faster than 100MbOther than it being dated, it's surviving powering my TV, Receiver, Sub, Blu-Ray Player, and router.4Great coverage, solid feeling power centerThis is my second Tripp lite power bar I have purchased. The coverage is what sells it for me, hopefully I never have to use it. Cord length is generous, with a right angled plug head to keep from kinking the cord and to get furniture closer to the wall if tucked into an entertainment center. Several cords are present in the box ,what looks like a coaxial cable, Ethernet cable and phone cable. Ten sockets are present, each labled for a particular piece of equipment but it's just a name only, there doesn't seem to be any special hardware for a particular piece. Plugs fit snug, a little tight at first but I expect over time that will loosen up a tad. A very solid rocker switch is present for the on/off and lighting is also present to visually show you the strip is on. The case is quite hefty, there is definitely some hardware built into the strip for protection.5Did You Know That Surge Protectors Eventually Burn Out? I was surprised to learn that surge protectors burn out. Yep, they can usually take a lot of little hits, but the hits add up and all of a sudden, the protection doesn't work anymore. So I decided to get new surge protectors as ours were pretty old. One of the comparison sites I checked out was thewirecutter(dot)com. As of 12/1/15, the Tripp-Lite Surge Protector TLP1008TEL is their highest recommended surge protector.To be upfront, thewirecutter tells you that it gets compensation when someone clicks on a seller link on their website (which I didn't do). They also highly recommend the AP SurgeArrest 3020J, the difference being that the SurgeArrest doesn't turn off when the surge protection no longer works. I guess it's a matter of whether you're going to see that a light went off or not.This is a BIG protector. It will not fit in a small spot. It has a keyhole slot to hang it on the wall, but I'm using it on the floor. I think the size is a plus, though, because this means that four of the grounded outlets are spread far enough apart to allow for transformers. The surge protector's plug is at a right angle, which is a plus if it's plugged in behind furniture. And the 8-foot cord lets you run it easily behind a long couch.If you've got young ones who might poke their fingers into things, each outlet has a safety cover which slides over it.There are three lights on one end of the protector, and they are bright. The big middle light, a orange-red oval kind is the on-off switch. This is good for energy savings. Don't just shut down your computer and TV at the end of the day. They are still using electricity in the background. So for energy savings, you need to actually unplug them. It is easy to cut the power to more than one machine at a time, when they are plugged into a surge protector like this. Instead of unplugging each machine, you just hit the on/off switch on the protector.A small red light on means that the outlet the surge protector is plugged into is grounded. A small green light means the surge suppressor is working. If this light goes out, you will supposedly be given a new Tripp-Lite, because it has a life-time guarantee.Happy Reader 4Best Budget Tripp Lite Surge Protector Pros:- Price- Tripp Lite Warranty (details below)- Several ports specifically for power bricks- Has a higher joule rating than anything I've seen at this priceCons:- Ports can be VERY stiff at first, but after they're used once they're much easier to work with- No USB portsOther Thoughts:I have two or three of these surge protectors laying around the house now, as I won't buy any other brand anymore. I used to work in retail selling TV's and Laptops, and one of my functions was to try to sell accessories. I wanted to make more money (and keep my job), but I also wanted to do right by the customer as much as possible, so I decided to learn as much as I could about each accessory and point people to the ones they needed, and away from the ones they didn't. I would say that what I learned over the years about surge protectors over the years was the most fruitful.Many people believe that once you buy a surge protector, that it will work in perpetuity forever, and that isn't the case. Most (if not all) surge protectors have a 1-3 year warranty for a reason, and that's because the Joule rating that it claims to have is cumulative, not a constant level of protection. If your SP is rated for 1000 joules and you're hit with lightning that has 1100 joules, you just lost all protection on your SP and might have lost other equipment in the process, but it's not that easy to measure how much power a hit will have, so at any point you really could end up with a protector that's little more than a glorified extension cable.Due to this lack of predictability, I find myself leaning heavily on the warranty included on these. Over the years I've heard and seen many stories of equipment frying (whether it's the SP or the attached equipment) and people attempting to use their warranties to replace the products, only to be turned down. This is where Tripp Lite has stood apart, in my experience. I've heard stories where they've replaced entire home theater setups with very few questions asked and no hassle. I've heard stories where the SP saved their equipment, but died in the process, and Tripp Lite replaced that piece of equipment for free. I even heard of them honoring a warranty on a 10 year old SP once, and that's practically unheard of. I'm not saying that every experience will be 100% the same, but I KNOW that the experiences I've mentioned are not common (in fact it's unheard of with some companies), and I feel safer knowing that I at least have a good chance to have my warranty honored.I also know that Tripp Lite (some Belkin SPs do as well) includes equipment in their SPs that will actually shut off power to the ports if it's unable to protect them, which makes it far easier to know when to replace your equipment. 5
Tripp Lite Isobar 10 Outlet Audio/Video Surge Protector Tel/Modem/Coax/Network 8ft Cord Right Angle Plug, & $500,000 Insurance (HT10DBS)

Tripp Lite Isobar 10 Outlet Audio/Video Surge Protector Tel/Modem/Coax/Network 8ft Cord Right Angle Plug, & $500,000 Insurance (HT10DBS)

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