APC SurgeArrest Performance

BH #APP11VNT3 • MFR #P11VNT3
APC SurgeArrest Performance
Key Features
  • SurgeArrest 11-Outlet Surge Protection
  • Includes Phone Splitter, Coax & Ethernet
  • Noise Filter Reduces Interferences
  • Safety-Agency Approved
The SurgeArrest Performance from APC has 11 outlets, a phone line (with splitter), coax and Ethernet protection. It provides complete surge protection for high performance computers and electronics.
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APC P11VNT3 Overview

The SurgeArrest Performance from APC has 11 outlets, a phone line (with splitter), coax and Ethernet protection. It provides complete surge protection for high performance computers and electronics.

Phone line splitter
Resettable circuit breaker
Receptacle shock safety shutters
Fail safe mode
Data-line protection
Protection working indicator
Catastrophic event protection
Transformer block spacing
Overload indicator
Noise filtering
Right angle plug
180° rotating cord retainer
Building wiring fault indicator
Adjustable cable management
Lightning and surge protection
IEEE let-through ratings and regulatory agency compliance
Coax protection
UPC: 731304249023

APC P11VNT3 Specs

Connections
Outlets11
USB PortsNone
EthernetNone
BNC CoaxialNone
RJ11None
Electrical
AC Input Power120 VAC, 60 Hz
Surge Energy Rating3020 Joules
Environmental
Operating Temperature32 to 113°F / 0 to 45°C
Storage Temperature5 to 113°F / -15 to 45°C
Physical
Cable ManagementNone
Dimensions11.9 x 4.7 x 1.6" / 302 x 119 x 40 mm
Weight2.3 lb / 1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.835 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.3 x 7.6 x 2.55"
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I recently had a lightning strike near my house that fried all of the HDMI inputs on my TV. The rest of the TV works fine. Also fried a BluRay player, connected via HDMI. Comcast box was connected to outside cable via coax, then ran HDMI from box to TV. Would this prevent a power surge thru HDMI cables (since HDMI was connected to Comcast box)?
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