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TrickleStar 7 Outlet Advanced PowerStrip 1080 Joules 3ft cord surge protection

$32.99 $29.99

(5 customer reviews)

Tricklestar’s 7 outlet advanced power strip includes 1 Control Outlet, 2 Always On Outlets (1 outlet transformer spaced), and 4 Switched Outlets (1 outlet transformer spaced) with an angled space saver plug. It has selectable switching thresholds 10W / 22W / 42W with ceramic surge protection. Power strip has LED status indication lights (Ground, Surge Status, Control, Switched Outlets). 15A resettable circuit breaker. 72,000 Amps / 1080 Joules. <40dB noise filtering.

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New TrickleStar 7 Outlet Advanced PowerStrip, 1080 Joules, 3ft cord by TrickleStar (Retail Price $29.99)

Product Description


Tricklestar’s 7 outlet advanced power strip includes 1 Control Outlet, 2 Always On Outlets (1 outlet transformer spaced), and 4 Switched Outlets (1 outlet transformer spaced) with an angled space saver plug. It has selectable switching thresholds 10W / 22W / 42W with ceramic surge protection. Power strip has LED status indication lights (Ground, Surge Status, Control, Switched Outlets). 15A resettable circuit breaker. 72,000 Amps / 1080 Joules. <40dB noise filtering.

Brand: TrickleStar
UPC: 859244003229
MPN: 181SS-US-7XX
Model: 181SS-US-7XX

 

Product Features

 
  • The Tier 1 Advanced PowerStrip (APS) provides premium quality, fireproof surge protection for PC and TV peripherals.
  • The Tier 1 APS eliminates standby power consumed by PC and TV peripherals.
  • The Tier 1 APS protects electronics with state of the art surge protection.
  • The Tier 1 APS provides simple automation to reduce plug-load.
  • The Tier 1 APS is easy to install.
  •   7 Outlets
    – 1 Control Outlet
    – 2 Always On Outlets (1 outlet
    transformer spaced)
    – 4 Switched Outlets (1 outlet
    transformer spaced
    •   Selectable switching thresholds
    10W / 22W / 42W
    •   72,000 Amps/1080 Joules
    •  15A resettable circuit breaker
    •   Ceramic Surge Protection
    •    LED Status Indication (Ground,
    Surge Status, Switched)
    •    <40dB noise filtering
    •    Angled space saver plug/
    Standard NEMA straight plug

Additional information

Weight 16 oz

5 reviews for TrickleStar 7 Outlet Advanced PowerStrip 1080 Joules 3ft cord surge protection

  1. Sam D

    These little beasties work perfectly. They’re amazingly low priced (edit: well, they used to be. I paid $12 each for them in Feb. 2017), but they have performed flawlessly in the couple of months I’ve owned them (edit: still flawless after 10 months). I use these to kill the power to my Roku gadgets when their attached displays are powered off. It’s a great way to avoid reaching my ISP’s monthly bandwidth cap without having to retrain my family to exit their video streams before powering off the TV.

    I can imagine other uses as well. If you’ve got a home theater, if your subwoofer has an “auto” setting that sometimes turns it off when you’d rather it didn’t, you can use this strip to handle the power for your sub and disable its auto turn off feature. Such an application would have the added benefit of eliminating or helping to avoid ground loops as well, ensuring the signal source and the subwoofers are on the same A/C circuit. And I guess the most common use would be to have your PC power control the power to the monitor and printer so they aren’t left drawing power in standby.

  2. Mike R

    We cut the cord back in August of last year and after a few months we signed up for Sling and they sent me a Roku Premiere which we hooked up to the bedroom TV. My wife has to have the TV on to go to sleep and will wake up long enough to turn it off later on. We didn’t want to leave the Roku on all night streaming so we didn’t use it at bedtime. We got a new den TV and it was a Roku TV and she liked that you could turn it all off with one button. Well i thought i was going to have to spend $300 on a new Roku TV for the bedroom until i came across this little gem. I plugged the TV in to one of the source plugs, the Tivo into one of the always on plugs, and the Roku into one of the switched plugs. Turn on the TV and BAM Roku comes on and then when she gets sleepy BAM turn off the TV and the Roku cuts off. This thing works great and saved me $$$$. I did have to change the threshold switch to the middle setting. A must have for all Cord Cutters!!!

  3. Robin

    Just got this device, so don’t have any long-term testing to share, but a couple of setup things got my attention.

    First, as others have mentioned, the LEDs are quite bright. If this is a problem for you, may I recommend a piece of duct tape? You don’t have to cover the whole LED, leave part of it visible to verify functions.

    On my setup the threshold switch does double duty. My TV draws around 175W, so it will activate the switched outlets regardless of which threshold position I use (low, med, or high). When I turn-on the TV the switched outlets come on within two seconds in the low position, 3 seconds in the medium position, and 5 seconds in the high position. Turning off the switched outlets is even more interesting. It turns out that the power draw of the control device must drop below the setting of the threshold switch before the switched outlets will turn off. Again, with my 175W TV, the high position turns off within 5 seconds, the medium position has a delay of just over 20 seconds before the switched outlets turn-off, and the low position takes over 1 minute and 15 seconds to shut down. This is not necessarily a problem, and could be useful for someone who wants an off delay to let a system power-down gracefully.

    Finally, I noticed with a chuckle, the warranty. It’s called a “Product Lifetime” warranty. Not a “Lifetime Product Warranty”, as you might guess with a quick read of the outer package, but rather a 10 year warranty because that is the expected length of the product’s lifetime. Dont’cha just love marketing speak?

  4. SmartBuyer

    I use these to kill the power to my Roku gadgets when their attached displays are powered off. It’s a great way to avoid reaching my ISP’s monthly bandwidth cap without having to retrain my family to exit their video streams before powering off the TV.

    I can imagine other uses as well. If you’ve got a home theater, if your subwoofer has an “auto” setting that sometimes turns it off when you’d rather it didn’t, you can use this strip to handle the power for your sub and disable its auto turn off feature. Such an application would have the added benefit of eliminating or helping to avoid ground loops as well, ensuring the signal source and the subwoofers are on the same A/C circuit. And I guess the most common use would be to have your PC power control the power to the monitor and printer so they aren’t left drawing power in standby.

  5. ahlem

    this is great product to save money .

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