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Yes, this surge protector can be used with a computer even though my personal preference is to plug my computer straight into the wall outlet.
By JovsMom on 24 February 2015
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No expert but the literature appears to say yes? If that helps..
By E. Turnbull on 29 June 2014
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Sure. This takes up to 4 plugs, so I don't see why not.
By L. Zozulia on 31 December 2014
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Hi Nicodemus, The answer is yes.
By JP on 08 July 2014
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Sorry I can't help, mine has never tripped.
By KarinaE on 25 February 2015
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The cable comes out of the switch end.
By Colin Mossman on 21 February 2015
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No. This is 'Essential' protection level for house appliances e.g., microwave, blender (1181 joules) 'Advanced' protection level covers mid-level audio/video equipment (1940 joules). 'Extreme' protection level protects & secures High Technology Equipment e.g., sound system; computer; LCD TV (3240 joules). Extreme pr… see more No. This is 'Essential' protection level for house appliances e.g., microwave, blender (1181 joules) 'Advanced' protection level covers mid-level audio/video equipment (1940 joules). 'Extreme' protection level protects & secures High Technology Equipment e.g., sound system; computer; LCD TV (3240 joules). Extreme protection level is what you need. see less
By KarinaE on 13 August 2014
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I use it on my TV / Sky and hand held telephone plugs .
By Mary J. on 06 November 2015
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I'm sorry but I can't answer your question as I'm not aware of the voltage capacity. I use it for domestic purpose, to plug in kids gaming devices and laptops etc and seems to work fine. Sorry I couldn't be more specific to your query.
By Kazi on 28 January 2014
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The cable comes out from the end where the switch is.
By JovsMom on 17 January 2015
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