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Non Surge Power Strip

A non surge power strip is a convenient and affordable choice for expanded power connectivity. It expands the number of available electrical outlets, making it easier to connect multiple devices to a single source. It is versatile and useful for organizing electronics in homes, offices, and various other locations.

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In the field of non surge protector power strips, Anker’s premium models have proved as exceptional as they can get. Featuring up to 6 outlets (including USB-C, USB-A, and AC ports), our non-surge power strips excel in powering up to 6 devices simultaneously. But the real remarkableness lies in their rapid charging capability. For example, the 65W USB-C output on our power strips can charge a MacBook Pro 14" to 50% in a mere 37 minutes.

Moreover, featuring strikingly compact designs, our non-surge power strips conserve desk space and fit seamlessly into your travel bag, making them perfect choices for any scenario of use. However, Anker's steadfast dedication to safety can’t be overlooked too, which is evident through the exclusive 7-point safety system equipped on our non-surge power strips, safeguarding them against overheating, short circuit, fire, and any other safety hazard conceivable.

In short, Anker’s non-surge power strips elevate your charging experience as well as guarantee peace of mind. Enhance your charging capabilities now by getting the Anker non surge protected power strips today! By the way, if you happen to be an iPhone user, be sure to explore our MagSafe chargers for iPhone 15, which are a testament to Anker’s wireless advantage.

FAQ about Non Surge Power Strip

What is a non-surge power strip, and how does it work?

A non-surge power strip, often referred to as a basic power strip, provides multiple electrical outlets for plugging in various devices but lacks surge protection. It works by distributing electrical power from a single source to the connected devices, making it a convenient solution to expand the number of available outlets without safeguarding against voltage spikes or surges.


Are non-surge power strips safe to use?

Yes, non-surge power strips are generally safe to use. Albeit not offering surge protection, quality non-surge power strips like the Anker 524 Power Strip still provide all the necessary safety features you can think of, including over-voltage protection, short-circuit protection, fire resistance, and many more.


Can I use a non-surge power strip with an extension cord?

Yes, you can use a non-surge power strip with an extension cord. However, it's essential to follow safety guidelines, ensure the extension cord can handle the combined load, and avoid daisy-chaining too many cords together to prevent overloading the circuit and reduce fire hazards.


Can I use a non-surge power strip outdoors?

No, most non-surge power strips are generally designed for indoor use. They lack the necessary weatherproofing and protection from moisture and outdoor elements. Using them outdoors can be unsafe and may lead to electrical hazards. For outdoor applications, consider using specialized outdoor-rated power distribution solutions.


What should I consider when buying a non-surge power strip?

When buying a non-surge power strip, consider factors like the number of outlets, cord length, and the types of devices you'll be connecting. Then, ensure it has a sufficient amperage rating for your needs to avoid overloading. Additionally, look for a reputable brand, durable build quality, and safety certifications like the Anker 615 USB Power Strip (GaNPrime 65W) with a comprehensive safety system. Lastly, assess your budget and prioritize features that best suit your intended use.


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Non Surge Power Strip
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