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Belkin BE10700007-CM 7 Outlet 7 Foot Cord Surge Protector

MPN: BE10700007-CM | SKU: PY8545
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  • 750-joule energy rating provides maximum protection of all your sensitive electronic devices
  • 7 surge-protected outlets supply complete, 3-line AC protection
  • Filters EMI/RFI noise up to 43 dB reduction
  • Maximum Spike Current: 102,000A (H-N: 39000A, H-G: 39000A, N-G: 24000A)
  • $75,000 Connected Equipment Warranty.  The product is also covered by Belkin Limited lifetime warranty
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Key Selling Points

  • 750-joule energy rating provides maximum protection of all your sensitive electronic devices
  • 7 surge-protected outlets supply complete, 3-line AC protection
  • Filters EMI/RFI noise up to 43 dB reduction
  • Maximum Spike Current: 102,000A (H-N: 39000A, H-G: 39000A, N-G: 24000A)
  • $75,000 Connected Equipment Warranty.  The product is also covered by Belkin Limited lifetime warranty
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Description

The Belkin Commercial Series Surge Protector provides premium power protection for commercial office environments. We've used advanced design elements, top-quality construction, and superior circuitry and components to provide the most complete protection from surge, spike, and other electrical abnormalities. Our products are backed by Belkin's Lifetime Product and Connected Equipment Warranties.

  • 750-joule energy rating provides maximum protection of all your sensitive electronic devices
  • 7 surge-protected outlets supply complete, 3-line AC protection
  • 7-foot power cord delivers optimal, safe AC power through a 14-gauge, heavy-duty cord
  • Filters EMI/RFI noise up to 43 dB reduction
  • Maximum Spike Current: 102,000A (H-N: 39000A, H-G: 39000A, N-G: 24000A)
  • AC RATING: 15A/125V/1875W
  • Max. Spike Voltage: 6000V
  • Total Number of Outlets: 7
  • AC Plug Style: Right Angle
  • Clamping Voltage: 330V
  • EMI/RFI Noise Filter: 150K Hz ~100M Hz, up to 43dB
  • Circuit Total Joules: 750J
  • 7 Feet
  • 7 outlets
  • 750 Joule

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  • Belkin BE10700007-CM 7 Outlet 7' Cord Surge Protector


Brand: Belkin

MPN: BE10700007-CM

UPC: 722868739242

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Packaging: Retail

Condition: New



Product Details

Manufacturer
BELKIN
MPN
BE107000-07-CM
Cord Length
6 - 9 Feet
Input Voltage
120V
Voltage Compatibility
125 V
Output Amperage Capacity
15
Output Watt Capacity
1875 Watts
Maximum Spike Amperage
102,000A
AC Suppression Joule Rating
501- 1000 joule
EMI/RFI Noise Filter
150 KHz - 100 MHz, up to 43dB
Clamping Voltage
330 Volts
Features
750 Joules energy rating provides maximum protection of all your sensitive electronic devices

7 surge-protected outlets supply complete, 3-line AC protection

7-foot power cord delivers optimal, safe AC power through a 14-gauge, heavy-duty cord

Filters EMI/RFI noise up to 43 dB reduction

Maximum Spike Current: 102,000A (H-N: 39000A, H-G: 39000A, N-G: 24000A)
Unit Weight
1.6

Package Includes

Customer Reviews

Review Summary
4.5
Reviews
5
68.0% (17)
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20.0% (5)
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8.0% (2)
By Poppy Singh
Always dependable
The belkin works great and that is why i always buy belkin surge protectors..They are always dependable and you should find them that way too.
By Odile Hubert
Basic, sturdy, suits my needs.
The cord is sufficiently long, the spacing of the outlets is convenient, and the glow from the power indicator led is not obnoxiously bright. The switch is located on the side with the power cord, making it much harder to hit accidentally, though it can be somewhat difficult to reach depending on how you mount it.
By Wayne Taylor
Wide-spaced sockets, round plug, offset cord
I'm a big fan of belkin and have a variety of their surge protectors - i wouldn't trust my sensitive electronics to anything but belkin. There's a belkin for every need - this particular surge protector is about 13.5" long and 2.5" wide - large for a 7-socket unit. I as well have a 6-outlet belkin; it's only 10" long and 2" wide. So - why do you want a broader, longer protector? The advantage in this case is mostly that the sockets are wide-spaced to accept plugs with large heads. As well, though this is not necessarily an advantage (depending on your application) this surge-protector's plug is round with an off-set cord, so you can plug it into an upper wall socket (i.E. Above an existing three-prong plug) and the cord will be offset a quarter turn to the right. If that (and the cord length) suits your application, this is the protector for you, because - it's a belkin!
By Silas Thomsen
Solid choice if you're looking for a very basic configuration
This surge protector feels solid enough, but obviously the socket configuration is very, very basic. You will get maximum use only if you plan on using it with standard two and three-pronged plugs. If you try to use it with any bulky power plugs that are very common these days, you will easily block two or three otherwise free receptacles. Many of the power strips from monster, for example, have much better socket configurations that accommodate bulky plugs without blocking other receptacles on the strip. But if you need a basic, affordable power strip for typical plugs, this will work for you. But don't expect it to grow with your needs or to be very flexible. Having said that, belkin is a reliable name and the strip comes with an equipment warranty.
By Callum Rogers
Good for what it is - basic protection only
You don't have a lot of time, so here's the short form. As a general rule, any surge protector your buying for less than $20 and probably less than $30 is not providing you with a lot of protection. The really cheap ones can sometimes provide so little protection you might as well not be using anything. This strip is quite good for what it is. While still basic, it's at least a step above those worthless ones; just don't expect it to do more than the bare minimum.You are probably familiar with a lightning strike frying electronics, but there are other reasons for a protector. The power in your area may not always be "clean". There can be highs and lows to the normal output that comes from your wall and those changes can damage sensitive electronics over time. This unit provides at least a minimum level of filtering and good spike protection, for the price point. The design is quite good in my opinion, though it could have used some side ones for bigger power blocks. The outlets are suitably wide to handle a big cord, but if you have a power brick it's still going to cover up other outlets.Construction is good and the model i'm using, the 7' one, has a great reach. The plug into the wall is small enough to not get in the way too much. It as well has the on/off button on the back of the strip, which while i usually prefer on the top, is not a big deal. It's got the warning lights on it to tell when it's not grounded and when it's not protecting any longer. However, i have read reports that many strips still have the light even after their effectiveness is at an end, still belkin is a good brand so i lean towards trusting what they tell me. Personally, i've never had a reason not to yet.If you want something to protect your expensive hardware, you really ought to be looking at a ups (uninterruptible power supply) or in other words a backup battery. If you get a good one it will protect you from voltage spikes by suppressing high voltages and supplementing low voltages. There's as well the added benefit your computer/tv/etc. Will run for a brief time on battery power if you have an outage. However, this should really be saved for expensive hardware since they're quite a bit more expensive than a basic power strip. It's all a matter of what your needs are. For a baseline protection, you can't go wrong with one of these.
By Yolanda Cabrera
Good basic surge protector
This won't win any design awards but it's a good solid surge protector. The 7-foot cord is a generous length. If you have electronics with large ac adapters they'll probably take up more than one socket on this protector. I've been using it for a few weeks for my computer setup (using every socket) and it hasn't given me any trouble. Belkin's warranty/equipment coverage is generous, but expect to jump through a lot of hoops in the unlikely event that you'll ever need to use it.
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No complaints for basic plugging-in needs
It's hard to go wrong with belkin products in my experience, and i'm happy to recommend things like the belkin 3-outlet mini travel swivel charger surge protector with dual usb ports, 5 charging outlets total (1 amp / 5 watt) to others. This surge protector isn't as fancy or as multi-functional as that, but for basic yet essential protection and multiple outlet needs, this no-frills product fits the bill. There is plenty of room to plug in larger power blocks, while the seven-foot cord length makes this fairly flexible in where you position it. There are lots of options for entry-level surge protectors, but belkin products have a good record with me so i'm happy to default in their favor.
By Kadir Demirel
Side laying plug
Product has a side laying plug, like the long cord, very happy with belkin quality. Works great for outlet behind couch
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It works
Works great, cord is long and sturdy. Haven't had any issues and don't expect to. I would recommend this to anyone
By Samantha Wheeler
Very well made.
High quality, dependable, good power strip. Lights indicate how well you are protected. Very nice and efficient. I liked mine.

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