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Ubiquiti Ethernet Surge Protector $9 (Was ~$30) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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cost-effective solution for protecting outdoor Ethernet devices from damaging electrostatic discharge and surges.

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    • +1

      Might be a niche product.
      I personally don't need this, but someone might find a use for it.

  • +2

    So this is more for their beam antennas and such rather than other PoE devices (eg cameras). Makes sense as the antennas would be mounted on the end of a pole in most cases.

  • Showing as $22 for me?

    • +1

      Go to other sellers, and select Amazon AU

  • Correction, go down to more seller opinions to get $9 sold by Amazon AU

  • +1

    Thanks just ordered 4 for work since I was installing some AirMax gear today.

    Cheers.

  • God damnit.. I needed one of these. Last thunderstorm took out my USG and my switch

    • They need to be earthed to work. Not so easy to do inside.

      • Buy an AC mains plug from Bunnings for $3, and use some mains cable to connect this to the MIDDLE pin on the plug 👌

        Leave the Live and Neutral pins disconnected. Plug it in to a power socket.

        Voila.

        • Wave goodbye to your house insurance…

    • That's not likely ethernet surge then unless you've got an antenna of theirs on top of a pole outside. That's just general surge on the electrical line. Get yourself a good UPS.

      • Outdoor Ethernet cable most likely to garden shed.
        It’s underground mostly

        • Ah yeah that might do it.

        • -1

          Probably a good idea to replace in ground copper with fibre and some media converters. Would certainly prevent future equipment fry ups.

  • Bugger, missed it…

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