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Garage Door Opener Surge Protector by Woods

Garage Door Opener Surge Protector by Woods
Garage Door Opener Surge Protector by Woods
Garage Door Opener Surge Protector by Woods
Garage Door Opener Surge Protector by Woods
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Item# 41008
$13.32$11.10
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
This item is currently out of stock!
$13.32$11.10
This item is currently out of stock!
Garage Door Opener Surge Protector by Woods
Garage Door Opener Surge Protector by Woods
Product Description
Our Garage Door Surge Protector can be used with Genie, Liftmaster and other garage door opener systems. It offers one-outlet surge protection up to 1080 joules and includes an audible alarm that notifies you when it needs replaced. North Shore Commercial Door usually ships these garage door surge protectors the next business day.
  • Protects garage door openers from surges, spikes and sudden changes in electrical voltage, like when home appliances are turned on/off
  • 1080 joules of surge protection
  • Audible alarm alerts you when surge protector needs replaced


•Manufacture: Woods

•Model: 41008

•1080 Joules of Surge Protection

•Protection Indicator Led

•End of Protection Alarm
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COMMENT: Because I have lost two garage door motherboards to surges. by Terry S 10/1/2017
COMMENT: Want to prevent losing another board from a florida lightning storm by Tom B 9/27/2017
QUESTION: Does this device just have to be plugged in for use? by None N 9/14/2016
ANSWER: Yes. by Joeseph K a
ANSWER: Yes, to any grounded outlet. by David F a
ANSWER: Yes, plug the surge protector into a 120 volt ac socket and plug the device you want to protect into the surge protector ,. by Richard R a
ANSWER: Yes. by Steven A a
ANSWER: Yes, just plug it in and it's ready to use. by Mark R a
ANSWER: As the name implies the surge protector is designed to suppress surges on your power line. If not plugged in<br />To the outlet then there is No protection of equipment . by Robert W a
ANSWER: Yes, that's all. by David D a
ANSWER: Yes. by Mark P a
ANSWER: Yep. Just plug it in to the outlet then the garage opener cord plugs into this. Very simple. by Tom R a
QUESTION: packaging says for appliances. Can it be used for garage doors? by None N 8/6/2016
ANSWER: Yes, I am using these on my garage door openers currently. by Mark R a
ANSWER: Yes it can be used. by Richard R a
ANSWER: That is exactly why I bought it. Hope this helps. by Steven A a
ANSWER: I've had my garage door opener plugged into one for over a year. No issues. I would consider a garage door opener an appliance, similar to a refrigerator or washing machine. It has electronics and motors like those appliances. by Kurt N a
ANSWER: I've been using this on both my Genie garage doors for about two years with no problems. by Darrell W a
ANSWER: I have two garage door openers , so with two circuit <br />boards to Protect I purchased two surge protectors and<br />They are working perfectly. by Robert W a
ANSWER: Yes, it is protecting the electrical portion of the garage opener. This is what it does for your appliances. by J. D a
ANSWER: Yes by Roger B a
ANSWER: I've had this unit on my garage door for 8 months now.... It's working great! by Don A a
ANSWER: Yes. I've been using it for my garage door for well over a year with no problems so far. by David D a
ANSWER: I bought one specifically for use with my garage door opener and it has worked fine for the last year. by David F a
QUESTION: Is this a simple plug in surge protecter or are there abunch of wires to connect to it? by Sue I 6/15/2016
ANSWER: It's a simple plug-in surge protector. There are no wires to connect. by David D a
ANSWER: The one I bought is just a plug in. No other connections on it. It does have an audible alarm on it that will sound if the surge protection is tripped by Mark R a
ANSWER: It just plugs in. Plug it into the outlet, then plug the door opener cord into the surge protector. 30 second procedure. by Kurt N a
ANSWER: It's just a simple plug in unit. No other wiring is needed. A must have item here in florida. by Don A a
ANSWER: It is a plug in protector. Simple to install. by David F a
ANSWER: No; it just plugs in. by Steven A a
ANSWER: No you plug it into a 120 volt ac receptacle and plug the device you want to protect into the surge suppressor. by Richard R a
ANSWER: Yep, simple plug in by Don S a
ANSWER: It is a plug in surge protector. It is a Woods brand. Simple and easy to use. by Bernard W a
ANSWER: It's as simple as can be. by Omayra C a
QUESTION: Difference between clssi & 6910 and which one is best for my Chamberland whisper drive # HD800D? by None N 9/8/2015
ANSWER: for the cost you can not go wrong. glad I purchased mine. by Richard C a
ANSWER: Got me... sorry by Don S a
STAFF ANSWER: One is chamberlain branded the other is not but both would work just fine for you ! by Matthew O a
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