3 Outlet Power Surge Protector Wall Tap w/ 2 Built-In USB Charger - 1050 Joules - Plastic
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    3 Outlet Power Surge Protector Wall Tap w/ 2 Built-In USB Charger - 1050 Joules - Plastic
    Product # 7991
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    3 Outlet Power Surge Protector Wall Tap w/ 2 Built-In USB Charger - 1050 Joules - Plastic

    This charcoal colored, 3-outlet surge protector, with 2 built-in USB charging ports, is a great solution for keeping your 3 outlets protected, while at the same time charging your USB devices without having to purchase separate USB wall chargers. The vertical position of the charger conveniently plugs into the wall socket while the LED lights let you know that your devices are protected.


    • A/C Rating: 125 Volts, AC 15A
    • Outlets: 3 surge protected outlets and 2 USB charging ports
    • Joule Rating @ (8x20 us): 1050J
    • Clamping Volt: 500V
    • Response time < 1 nanosecond: Yes
    • Surge indication: Yes
    • Wire Fault indication: Yes
    • Max Spike Current: 19500A
    • Max. Surge Voltage: 6000V
    • Power shut down: Yes
    • EMI/RFI Frequency: 150kHz to 30MHz
    • Noise filter Attenuation: up to 20 dB
    • Up to 2A of USB charging power
    • Safety Standard: UL/CUL

    Support Files:

    4.0 / 5.0
    110 Reviews
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    1 Star
    Great but USB slot need QC
    The USB slot is poor quality and a potential fire hazard.

    I tried to charge my phone through the USB but realized that the unit got so hot while charging. Anyways I set it to charge in my basement for the night and went back to bed. Fortunately I forgot to take my glasses from the basement, so when I went back down again...I could start to smell plastic melting. Took it off the power outlet immediately and also stopped using the rest of them...since it could have been much much worse.

    I have a newborn in the house, so I can't really use anything that might melt or even be a potential fire hazard with such limited use.

    I'd still recommend it for the other ports, just skip the USB.

    PROS: I bought a couple of these 3 outlet surge protectors.


    Great small profile wall multi-outlet surge protector (minus the USB ports).

    Good price.

    CONS: Cons:

    Covers the 2nd outlet (if your outlets are on the side of each other and you're using the left socket)

    The USB slot.
    February 21, 2014
    Been using the product for about two weeks now and both of the usb ports no longer work. As stated in the user manual, "converts one grounded outlet of similar rating to 3 grounded outlets." I purchased the product under the impression that I would be able to use all the ports. A couple hours after plunging in 4 devices both of the usb ports died. Seems pointless if I can't use more than 3 ports.

    PROS: 3 AC and 2 USB ports

    CONS: output current is only enough for 3 plugs, meaning you can only use 3 of the 5 outlets simultaneously

    blocks one of the wall outlets
    June 13, 2014
    Not even close to 2.1Amps
    I bought this unit along with PID - 5459 (10ft USB 2.0 A Male to Micro 5pin Male 28/24AWG Cable w/ Ferrite Core). A combination which would excite me as a user to fast charge my Nexus 5.

    However, after using it for a week or so and trying different combinations between the Original Nexus 5 charger/cable and Monoprice charger/cable, I don't think this unit delivers 2.1A of power. To sum up, I got the following mA with different combinations:

    Monoprice 2.1A adapter + Monoprice Cable = My phone actually discharges slowly at -33mA.

    Monoprice 2.1A adapter + Nexus 5 Cable = I cannot seem to pass 100mA

    Nexus 5 charger (1,2A) + Monoprice Cable = Did not pass above 350mA

    Nexus 5 charger + Nexus 5 cable = I average at 981mA.

    I don't if I have received faulty units but I am not getting the required power.

    PROS: 3 Outlets and 2 USB ports

    CONS: Not enough power to charge. It is suppose to give me 2.1A of power to charge my Nexus 5. It does not even reach a 1.2A powered Nexus 5 Charger.
    April 3, 2014
    Pros & Cons
    As it provide the additional 120V and USB outlets, the height of the unit covers the adjacent plug, hence you will actually loose one of your 120V connection.
    This alone made the unit unsable for me and it is now just sitting in a drawer.

    PROS: Sturdy, build well, good engineering

    CONS: Too long at connection point and covers the 120V adjacent plug
    January 27, 2013
    2A? No more than 500mA in reality!
    The only reason I purchased this unit was that I needed usb ports capable of providing 2 A current. After trying with several units that are capable of drawing 1 or 2A currents, this unit couldn't provide any more than 500mA. The funny thing is that my Nexus 7 does not even register this as a charger!

    PROS: 3 outlets are conveniently positioned. The build is solid.

    CONS: USB ports provide no more than 500 mA!
    August 23, 2012

    PROS: has red led light indicating power is supplied from wall. has usb outlet to charge. bought two, use both works fine.

    CONS: none so far
    May 18, 2013
    Plugged it in and it works fine. Use it to recharge my phone every night and the phone alarm rings every morning.

    PROS: The wall taps are side mounted which can be handy. Three taps increase a typical wall outlet by one, and you get built in USB power outlets. Typical monoprice.

    CONS: black surface makes it harder to see ports if the unit is mounted on a hard to access outlet. Yea, that's the worst thing i can think of. Didn't improve my golf game either. Oh wait, I don't play golf....
    April 6, 2013
    good portable item
    while I have not tried it yet, it looks like it will be a trip companion.

    PROS: portable
    August 15, 2016
    Another great product with great price
    Overall, I am pleased with my purchase of this product and would recommend it to all.

    PROS: This is a great little item to carry when travelling and unsure about power supply. With 3 outlets and 2 USB ports it is more than adequate for most all situations.

    CONS: The only negative I have is the plug does not retract or fold down like some others. I haven't had the issue, but I could see where the prongs might get bent or damaged.
    July 23, 2012
    Its Ok.
    Overall a decent travel Surge Protector with USB charging capability. USB charges my Samsung Note phone just fine.

    PROS: Has Two USB ports. Three outlets

    CONS: The unit takes up two of the sockets on a standard wall outlet. USB does not have enough juice to charge HP Touchpad (I should get rid of that thing anyway).

    June 10, 2012
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