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Zap Cap Systems Primary UnitThe Zap Cap Systems primary unit is installed at your home for a one-time installation charge of $44.95, plus tax. It protects your air conditioning system, dishwasher and other major appliances. The primary unit is owned and maintained by Tampa Electric and cannot be tampered with in any way. A monthly maintenance fee of $7.95, plus tax, is conveniently added to your electric bill to cover any unit upkeep or replacement.

We offer several state-of-the-art plug-in protectors for the electronics you want covered by warranty. Plug-in protectors are owned by you, and all electronic equipment must be connected to a plug-in protector PDF Icon to qualify for the manufacturer's warranty coverage.

Zap Cap Home Entertainment Plug-in
$79.95, plus tax.

Protecting your HDTV, DVD or Blu-ray players, stereo equipment and gaming systems is easy with the home entertainment plug-in. With 8 wide-spaced outlets, extra cable connectors, a 3-foot coaxial cable and a $5 million limited connected equipment protection policy from the manufacturer, you'll have everything you need.

HD-ready Home Office Plug-in
$49.95, plus tax.

To help protect your computer, printer, fax and router, choose the HD-ready home office plug-in with 8 outlets spaced to accommodate small power supplies, a 3-foot coaxial cable and a $100,000 limited connected equipment protection policy from the manufacturer.

Zap Cap Belkin Single
$11.95, plus tax.

The single-outlet protector helps protect individual household electronics such as microwave ovens and garage door openers. This model features a lifetime $50,000 connected equipment warranty from the manufacturer.

About surges

Did you know a high-voltage surge can be caused by a squirrel? We work with environmental experts to protect birds and other animals by researching new ways to prevent them from coming into contact with power lines.

Occasionally, they do make contact and a surge occurs. Weather, tree limbs and automobile accidents involving utility poles also can cause surges.

High-voltage surges can enter your home through electric lines, telephone wires or your cable TV wiring.

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