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Yes..See info below from APC
"""Complete protection for 10/100/1000 Base-T or PoE network system"""
"""Features … see more
Yes..See info below from APC
"""Complete protection for 10/100/1000 Base-T or PoE network system"""
"""Features

Complete Security for Ethernet and LAN Network Devices

The PNET1GB Surge Protector, part of APC's ProtectNet series, offers complete protection to your 10/100/1000 Base-T networks and Power over Ethernet (PoE) systems in the event of unexpected surges in voltage from lightning, wiring faults, or utility problems.""""
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Yes..See info below from APC
"""Complete protection for 10/100/1000 Base-T or PoE network system"""
"""Features

Complete Security for Ethernet and LAN Network Devices

The PNET1GB Surge Protector, part of APC's ProtectNet series, offers complete protection to your 10/100/1000 Base-T networks and Power over Ethernet (PoE) systems in the event of unexpected surges in voltage from lightning, wiring faults, or utility problems.""""
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JANISMA
Seller · October 14, 2017
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As long as you have a solid connection to true 'ground', then you can attach multiple devices to the same grounding point. The key thing to remember is electrons follow the path of least resistance. A proper ground will always provide such a path for surges in properly wired electrical circuits.
Rex Roper
· April 11, 2017
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This is recommended for any data line coming from outside(where the amplifiers, cables and connectors are exposed and suspected to hit lightening). Please note that the connected in-out for this particular model is Ethernet connector(RJ45). So please verify the service cables coming to your home is compatible with this model.
Abi
· July 22, 2016
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I believe so. Ensure that whatever says it is RJ45 is really RJ45 compliant. We have major lightning here in Central Florida and we have not had another problem since installing this device and another device where the cable comes in the house.
Paul J. Emiro
· August 6, 2015
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The goal of any ground wire is to shunt any voltage to earth-ground instead of going through any device or equipment. Since electrons will always follow the path of least resistance it is best practice to ground at the closest point to a true earth-ground as possible. The electrical outlet is always closer to earth-g… see more The goal of any ground wire is to shunt any voltage to earth-ground instead of going through any device or equipment. Since electrons will always follow the path of least resistance it is best practice to ground at the closest point to a true earth-ground as possible. The electrical outlet is always closer to earth-ground than any ground-point on equipment or devices.
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The goal of any ground wire is to shunt any voltage to earth-ground instead of going through any device or equipment. Since electrons will always follow the path of least resistance it is best practice to ground at the closest point to a true earth-ground as possible. The electrical outlet is always closer to earth-ground than any ground-point on equipment or devices.
I hope this information will assist you with determining the answer to your question.

Rex Roper
· June 29, 2017
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Its designed to sit inline between a possible surge risk (via ethernet) and your network devices... your question makes no sense!
Mr._N
· October 18, 2021
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No. The shielding of the cabling itself prevents EMI. Exterior Rated cable has a grounding wire. When using shielded plugs, the shield itself (when using shielded cable), or the grounding wire is attached to the shielded plugs will ground the cable using the lightning arrestor. You want to install and ground one at th… see more No. The shielding of the cabling itself prevents EMI. Exterior Rated cable has a grounding wire. When using shielded plugs, the shield itself (when using shielded cable), or the grounding wire is attached to the shielded plugs will ground the cable using the lightning arrestor. You want to install and ground one at the antenna and another where cabling enters the building. see less No. The shielding of the cabling itself prevents EMI. Exterior Rated cable has a grounding wire. When using shielded plugs, the shield itself (when using shielded cable), or the grounding wire is attached to the shielded plugs will ground the cable using the lightning arrestor. You want to install and ground one at the antenna and another where cabling enters the building.
Hepcat Vince
· February 12, 2021
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90 V is better
Andreas
· September 13, 2019
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The pigtail is designed to be earthed, as long as it has a straight path to earth you should be fine but i probably wouldn't be connecting it to anything other than the earth plug of a power socket...
Mr._N
· September 30, 2021