Would you use a surge protector in your home if you knew it could catch fire?
In the event of a surge, excess energy is absorbed by a component called an MOV (Metal Oxide Varistor). The excess energy is then dissipated as heat. The problem is that in ordinary surge protectors the dissipated heat can cause sparks and eventually a fire that can quickly spread in your home. With Monster Fireproof MOV Protection, the MOV is encased in ceramic to contain the excess heat, making it your first line of defence against electrical fires.
The damage caused by power surges can also be extremely costly as they can damage your costly electronics and reduce their lifespan.
Ethernet connectivity using existing AC power lines provides a reliable internet connection.
Step 1: Plug the included powerline adapter into an available power outlet, then connect it into your router/modem.
Step 2: Plug the Monster Black Platinum PowerCentre into an available power outlet, then connect any ethernet enabled device to the ethernet port on the PowerCentre.
Enjoy a more reliable streaming and gaming experience without the need for unreliable WIFI connectivity.
Featuring eight AC outlets for AV equipment or computers, plus two USB ports for ultra-fast charging of mobile devices, the Black Platinum Surge Protector outlet has plenty of connection options for all your gadgets and gear.
The Power in your home is subject to interference that can affect your TV picture and sound quality. Our surge protectors include Monster Clean Power technology to help ensure that your components can perform at peak levels. With Clean Power Stage 2 you get two isolated filters optimised for audio and video.
Each of our surge protectors is backed by a connected equipment warranty. If any equipment properly connected to this device(provided it is used as instructed) is damaged by a power surge, we will replace the damaged equipment up to a value of AUD $1,000,000. Coverage amount will vary by product.
Note: Connected Equipment Warranty covers a five year period from the initial date of purchase of the Monster Powerboard.