12 Outlet Power Surge Protector w/ 2 Built-In USB Charger Ports - 4230 Joules
    Product # 9203
    12 Outlet Power Surge Protector w/ 2 Built-In USB Charger Ports - 4230 Joules
    Product # 9203
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    12 Outlet Power Surge Protector w/ 2 Built-In USB Charger Ports - 4230 Joules

    Protect your electronic equipment from damaging voltage and current spikes with this Monoprice surge protector!

    This model includes twelve protected power outlets, 4 of which are positioned for AC power adapters, and a 2-port 2.1A USB charger. The clear plastic tabs on the sides of the unit illuminate green to indicate when the surge protector is providing protection to your equipment and when a proper ground is detected.

    When the protection circuitry has been fully consumed by power and current spikes, the protection light will no longer illuminate, indicating that the surge protector should be replaced. When the grounded tab is not illuminated it indicates that there is a problem with the house wiring and that the ground is not properly connected to the power outlet.

    The surge protector has 4 keyholes on the back, allowing it to be secured to a wall or other surface.


    • 2-port 2.1A USB charger
    • 12 protected power outlets
    • 4320 joules of protection
    • Power outlet safety shutters
    • 6 foot power cord
    • 2-in-1 power/circuit breaker switch
    • Built-in EMI/RFI filter
    • 15A, 1800 watts capacity
    • UL/cUL rated
    Electrical Rating 120VAC/60Hz
    Power Capacity 15A, 1800 watts
    Joules Rating 4320 joules
    Clamping Voltage 330V
    Max. Spike Voltage 6,000V
    Max. Spike Current 252,000A
    Response Time < 1 nanosecond
    EMI/RFI Filter Range 150 KHz ~ 100 MHz
    EMI/RFI Filter Attenuation 58 dB
    Dimensions (LxWxD) 12 1/4" x 5 3/4" x 1 1/4"
    Keyhole Spacing 9 5/8" x 4 1/2"
    UL File Number E115193

    88 Reviews

    86.36% of the reviewers recommend this product


    This is a beast

    •  West Covina, CA 
    • 3/12/2016 4:38:09 AM

    Pros: USB too? Thanks. I'll take two

    Cons: absolutely NONE

    This has worked for me as a DJ for years now, never gives out or gives problems. Handles everything i throw at it. It just won't quit.

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    Item died after only being used for a few months.

    • James G,
    •  Oceanside, CA 
    • 2/16/2016 9:25:23 AM

    Pros: Price, of outlets, USB ports

    Cons: Didn't last long before they died.

    I bought 2 of these as gifts for my family. They ended up never using them so they gave them back to me. Everything seemed to work fine until one day i noticed one stopped working. A few weeks later I noticed that my other one stopped working too.

    Very sad to see these not working after a few months. Monoprice has always had quality items. Maybe this was a bad batch?

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    Bright Green Lights

    • Joe,
    •  Santa Cruz, CA 
    • 11/17/2015 7:57:12 AM

    Pros: Spacing and layout of outlets. Two 2.1 amp USB ports. Not larger than it needs to be.

    Cons: Bright, very bright green lights that I cannot seem to figure out how to turn off.

    These are very distracting. I cannot use this unit in the bedroom or in the livingroom as the lights are really bright and extend along the entire side of the unit.

    Does anyone here know how these lights can be turned off or at least turned down? I do understand their purpose, but I don't need the protected/grounded status to be broadcast as a beacon throughout the room. Thanks!

    by Monoprice Administrator
    Hello Joe,

    Thank you for your review. Unfortunately, there is not a way to lower the brightness of the LED nor turn it off. Some users have used tape to cover it. If you were to I would recommend using masking tape but leaving a portion visible that way you can see when the surge protector is grounded and protected. Possibly using tape that is a bit transparent that way you can still see the light but it would lower the brightness.

    Mark P.
    Tech Support Associate

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    USB Ports Failed on Mine

    • Harold Glade,
    •  Highland, UT 
    • 11/16/2015 3:33:34 PM

    Pros: Two 2.1 A USB ports.
    Four transformer outlets.
    Dust covers on outlets.

    Cons: Both USB outlets failed within two weeks.
    The grounded and protected lights along the side are very large and bright. They cannot be shut off.

    I bought it mainly because of the 2.1 A USB outlets. Because they failed, I'll be requesting an RMA. I don't think I'll take another chance on this product. If a second one fails, I'll be out the cost of shipping twice.

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    Nice unit - no go with RPI2 unfortunately

    • Ernie,
    •  Edison, NJ 
    • 10/25/2015 11:38:52 AM

    Pros: Lots of outlets. Well spaced. Safety plugs. Built in high amp USB ports.

    Cons: Large foot print. Mounting holds underneath are far apart - be nice is there were a few more in between but a minor grip. Not enough voltage for a Raspberry Pi via USB

    I was replacing a 12 port belkin with the swivel ports which has a smaller foot print but the plugs seems to break too easy and no usb. This unit does the job well. The light indicators for power and protection are cool looking. Has a low profile, and a long enough plug. I put it in a closest in the middle of the house which is our "media closet". Filled it up right away including 2 fios boxes, Intel Nuc, URC remote control equipment, 6x6 HDMI switch, 24 port Ethernet switch, and other misc devices. All works smoothly.

    The usbs were an added bonus one of which went to a chromcast. The other I was hoping to power a Raspberry Pi 2 because of the 2.1 amp rating but amp is just half the equation. Voltage is the other half and the Pi is very picky if it is not getting a steady 5V current. Without a proper current you can end up with stability issues with the software and can even damage the power regulator of the Pi's. With the Pi 2 (and the Pi 1's with updated firmware I believe) it will actually let the user know if it is getting under voltage and under current by showing graphic icons in the upper right corner of the video. This does happen with this power strip unfortunately. Every once in a while is ok but it was happening pretty regularly running Kodi. I was half expecting this but figured it was worth a shot. I will have to stick with the $15 USB power supply I bot off amazon specifically for the Pi.

    But still, happy with the purchase and would recommend.

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