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Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor

Receptacles: 6 x NEMA 5-15R - 3330J

Reg. Price $71.99
Our Price $47.39
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Robust surge suppression protects against heavy surge conditions
Multi-component suppression circuits remove EMI/RFI interference
Widely spaced outlets accept transformer plugs without blocking outlets
Circuit breaker provides excellent power control and overload protection
Space-saving, angled input plug keeps your other outlets available

SKU
TRPISOBAR6
Manufacturer
Tripp Lite
Manufacturer Part Number
ISOBAR6
Brand Name
Tripp Lite
Packaged Quantity
1 / Each
Limited Warranty
Lifetime
Additional Information
  • Multi-component suppression circuits combine torroidal chokes, ferrite rod-core inductors, HF/VHF capacitors and multiple layers of metal oxide varistors into exclusive isolated filter banks that remove EMI/RFI interference, even noise from other
Certifications & Standards
  • IEEE 587 category A and B
  • ANSI C62.41
  • UL1449 (Let through rating 330V)
  • UL1283
  • UL1363
  • cUL
Compatibility
  • Ideal for premium protection of personal computers with peripherals, network and CAD/CAM/CAE workstations, internetworking accessories, telecommunications systems, point of sale equipment, audio/video and home theater systems in any home, office o
Package Contents
  • Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor
  • ISOBAR6 Surge Suppressor
  • Set of 4 outlet safety covers
  • Instruction manual with warranty information
Recycled
No
Input Voltage
120 V AC
Output Voltage
120 V AC
Surge Energy Rating
3330 J
Plug/Connector Type
NEMA 5-15P
Protection Type
Surge
Receptacles
NEMA 5-15R

REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor
 
4.8

(based on 85 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (75)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (6)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (2)

96%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Most Liked Positive Review

 

If it's good enough for HTI....

My old company, Hutchinson Technology, Inc. used this product all over the plant. As a world leader in hard-disc drive suspensions, manufacturing demands are critical, so these inexpensive surge protectors are used...Read complete review

My old company, Hutchinson Technology, Inc. used this product all over the plant. As a world leader in hard-disc drive suspensions, manufacturing demands are critical, so these inexpensive surge protectors are used throughout the company to protect valuable manufacturing equipment and meters. Hundreds are in use.

So when I needed some surge protection for my home stereo system, this was the system for me. Now my Audio by Van Alstine Ultravalve tube amp is fully protected from all bad things coming in from the power grid. Not much to pay for security.

Wayner

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

Did not expect it to interfere with Audio Equipment

After reading all the rave reviews about this product, I purchased it to be used with a few high end audio components: Two speakers (with built in Class D amplification) and a...Read complete review

After reading all the rave reviews about this product, I purchased it to be used with a few high end audio components: Two speakers (with built in Class D amplification) and a DAC. I purchased everything new and after plugging in the components I began to hear an electrical hiss / hum that would fade in and out, and it began to grow louder over a week or two. Sometimes it would be barely audible, other times it would be audible, but after shutting down the power source (at the power strip), turning everything back on, the sound would be gone. But it would reappear. One evening, I turned on the system and I heard an unbearably loud electrical crackling out of both speakers instead of music, and they both flashed orange signifying an error. I shut everything down. Restarted, and the same thing. I left things alone overnight shut off. The next morning, The same hiss, and later, that loud crackle with an error. After trial and error, combination and even a warranty replacement of the DAC which was initially suspected as the culprit since both speakers were giving an error at the same time, we did the only thing we hadn't done at the outset which was suspect the power strip and removed it from the equation. Plugged in the system components into the wall outlets, and it has been functioning without an issue ever since. Of course, the question becomes, whether I have tried another power strip, the answer is that I haven't -- sort of leaving well enough alone. What the A/V technician and I could surmise was that there was an electrical leak from the power strip which was bleeding into the signal over the Powerlink (CAT7) speaker cables running from the DAC to the speakers and causing the errors. As for the bottom line, I am hoping that I got a lemon, but from my experience with this particular model, I would have to not recommend it. (See my other review for the 4 port model)

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5.0

Solid surge protector

By mike929

from Grayson, GA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor:

This think feels industrious and looks like it means business. I'm happy with it.

 
4.0

Appears well made. Functions perfectly. In use 3 weeks.

By Torrance Ken

from Torrance, CA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor:

I needed something to protect my amateur radio repeater power supply and other sensitive equipment. This unit is well made and functions perfectly. In service for only 3 weeks. Time will tell how it functions under any type of Edison anomalies. Rated at only 4 stars because I've yet to experience an Edison problem. I like the metal enclosure.

 
5.0

I purchased to protect two computers

By Dan

from Dunnellon, Fl

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor:

I purchased the Tripp Lite surge protector to protect two computers and a DSL modem. It is sturdy
in a metal housing. I like the line fault and protection present LED. I noticed right away that it
filtered the RFI line noise I experienced on the computers. I am pleased with the Tripp Lite
surge protector.

 
5.0

When you want the Best!

By SteamTrain

from Tucson AZ

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor:

I have used Tripp-Lite Isobar and Isotel Ultra products for over thirty years both at work and at home. I have never been disappointed in their protection and performance. They have stopped lightning spikes and crossed electrical supply line surges. I trust Trip-Lite products.

 
1.0

Our business had 2 of these units that failed to protect us

By Mike

from Portland

Comments about Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor:

We had two computers supposedly protected by these units and they failed to prevent damage to the towers during a lightning storm. If the company contacts me and helps me with the cost of repairs to our equipment I'll change my review otherwise it is NO STARS if I could!

 
5.0

Did the research offering superior protection for my laptop!

By Jumpnjack

from Illinois

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor:

I use this protector on my laptop. Not only offering superior protection but also a company that backs their product worry free.

 
5.0

I would indeed buy this product again, and plan to do so.

By DSZ

from Memphis, TN

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor:

Extremely well-built and engineered; provides the quality assurance that all devices from which it is connect, are secured from electrical surges, in addition to the signal isolation provided at each outlet.
Product secures multiple pieces of high-end computer equipment and technology and needed a quality product for stable "noise" control and surge protection.

 
5.0

quality backed with warranty and insurance

By motion 4 you

from Iowa City, IA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor:

This transient voltage surge protector is a well made device I need for the best performance of my audio and video devices. Since I've plugged in my Tripp-lite, my television and dvd have been consistently performing the best.

 
5.0

A necessary piece of kit for the working musician

By HR Bassman

from Washington, DC

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor:

Once you realize that most "power conditiners" are simply well marketed power strips, you need to check out Tripp Lite. The quality of build, combined with real power regulation, and an equipment gurantee make this a no-brainer.

 
2.0

Did not expect it to interfere with Audio Equipment

By SK

from Thousand Oaks, CA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Tripp Lite Isobar 6 Outlet 120V Surge Suppressor:

After reading all the rave reviews about this product, I purchased it to be used with a few high end audio components: Two speakers (with built in Class D amplification) and a DAC. I purchased everything new and after plugging in the components I began to hear an electrical hiss / hum that would fade in and out, and it began to grow louder over a week or two. Sometimes it would be barely audible, other times it would be audible, but after shutting down the power source (at the power strip), turning everything back on, the sound would be gone. But it would reappear. One evening, I turned on the system and I heard an unbearably loud electrical crackling out of both speakers instead of music, and they both flashed orange signifying an error. I shut everything down. Restarted, and the same thing. I left things alone overnight shut off. The next morning, The same hiss, and later, that loud crackle with an error. After trial and error, combination and even a warranty replacement of the DAC which was initially suspected as the culprit since both speakers were giving an error at the same time, we did the only thing we hadn't done at the outset which was suspect the power strip and removed it from the equation. Plugged in the system components into the wall outlets, and it has been functioning without an issue ever since. Of course, the question becomes, whether I have tried another power strip, the answer is that I haven't -- sort of leaving well enough alone. What the A/V technician and I could surmise was that there was an electrical leak from the power strip which was bleeding into the signal over the Powerlink (CAT7) speaker cables running from the DAC to the speakers and causing the errors. As for the bottom line, I am hoping that I got a lemon, but from my experience with this particular model, I would have to not recommend it. (See my other review for the 4 port model)

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