Belkin SurgeCube 1 Outlet Surge Protector with 2 x 2.4A USB
ONE-OUTLET SURGE PROTECTION WITH TWO USB PORTS
Keep your small electronic devices protected from dangerous power surges and spikes with the Belkin SurgeCube 1-Outlet Surge Protector with two USB ports. Simply plug the surge protector into any AC wall outlet and connect your devices to keep them safe from surges, lightning strikes, and AC contamination. Ideal for laptops, basic household devices, and small kitchen appliances, the Belkin SurgeCube is made with high-quality circuitry and premium absorptive materials to protect your devices and data.
DURABLE CONSTRUCTION AND WALL-MOUNTABLE DESIGN
The Belkin SurgeCube features high-quality construction and a durable design with damage-resistant housing that protects circuits from fire, impact, and rust. Easily mount the SurgeCube to the wall, or bring it with you when you travel. When plugged into an AC outlet, the surge protector has a green indicator that illuminates to let you know your connected device is protected.
PROTECTS AGAINST SPIKES AND FLUCTUATIONS
Connecting your electronic devices to the Belkin SurgeCube protects them from unexpected power surges, such as short circuits and lightning strikes. The SurgeCube also keeps your devices safe from sudden voltage fluctuations or low-level spikes and drops that can damage or even destroy electronics over time.
TWO 2.4 AMP USB PORTS FOR CHARGING
Charge your portable devices quickly while protecting them from damage and data loss thanks to two integrated USB ports. Ideal for smartphones and tablets, these USB ports charge at 2.4 amps, offering faster charging times than traditional USB ports, with added protection.
SURGE PROTECTION UP TO 306 JOULES
The surge protector is rated to handle up to 306 joules and is designed to shield small electronics against harmful voltage fluctuations, surges, and energy spikes. Oversize metal oxide varistors (MOVs) absorb excess electricity and release it as heat. Fiberglass MOV covers also help contain or smother fire if a large surge causes the MOVs to ignite.