Monster Cable GreenPower Digital PowerCenter MDP 800 - Regleta (3140J, Color blanco)
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Descripción del producto
Cantidad de puertos RJ-11: 3
Cantidad de salidas AC: 8
Color del producto: Color blanco
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 2
Funciones de protección de sobrecarga: Coax
Indicadores LED: Si
Interruptor de encendido/apagado integrado: Si
Protección de cable (Coaxial): Si
Protección de línea de red: Si
Protección de línea de teléfono: Si
Índice de aumento de energía: 3140J
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The answer was this power-center. Now I turn off the TV and a second or two later, the box goes off too. I haven't calculated the savings yet, but I'd fully expect the cost of this would be made up in a year of savings. I'll update the review with some math (I'm an electrical engineer). It also fully shuts down other components like receivers that can go into power-wasting *standby* mode.
Ergonomics are good- bug bright switch, brightly labeled plugs. Blue/Green lighting is very contemporary.
My only complaint is, like most of these, a wall-wart takes up >1 outlet because they are too close together.
These are great choice for the green, cost-conscience consumer!
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Note- I measured my SET TOP box and discovered the small ones use about 5w continuous, and the large one almost 20w. I reviewed my KWH rates and did some math- looks like in my area, off-peak, I save about $10/year on the small boxes by having them off 20 hours a day, and accordingly, $40 / year on the large one.
But the set top boxes aren't the only *idling* component, so savings are actually higher.
The HomePlug/PLC filtering doesn't seem to be giving me higher speeds (still is around 40mbit), so I guess the house wiring itself or equipment at the other end of the bridge(s) was a bigger limiting factor than my home theater equipment. Being able to plug the HomePlug adapter into the power strip is nice, though, because it was a real hassle trying to plug it directly into the outlet under the TV where space was very limited.
It does seem to have possibly cleared up some occasional buzzing that I was hearing in my subwoofer as well, which I was hoping it would do.
At any rate, this is a good ideal if you find any of the special features to be useful. If you just want a basic power strip, however, you can probably find one at less than half the price.
On top of that, this has a 5-year warrantee (where most surge protectors that I've seen only have a 2- or 3-year) for protecting anything plugged into them. That means if my computer fries while hooked to it, I will be able to replace it.
I'll definitely be looking at getting Monster Power more often!