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Old 07-11-2016, 06:26 AM   #11
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Mine has a lock loop on it which I either lock to the power pedestal or close the lid and lock it closed.

I have never heard of anyone stealing one in my personal travels. Not that it never happens.
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Old 07-11-2016, 07:44 AM   #12
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Curious but those of you with the $250 surge protector - how do you keep it from getting stolen?
The security question is one factor that leads to a physical install. Of course, it is always possible to lock it as norty1 and others suggest. But, an installed EMS also suits my general laziness ... one less thing to do.
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Curious but those of you with the $250 surge protector - how do you keep it from getting stolen?
We have a locking cable that goes through the bracket on the cord, and wraps around the power pedestal. I think it's called a Cobra from Master Lock. Probably designed to be a bicycle lock.
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