Hi all - this is /not/ a question about the wyze surge protection power strip
I have almost a dozen v2 indoor security cams. a little over a week ago, we had a power brownout/blackout (hard to tell which, it was less only about 1/4 second) and about half my cams are nonfunctional now. I did test with clean USB power supplies, so it isn’t the wall warts
2/3rds of my cams are in small enclosures (in covered but vented porch light fixtures, siphoning power from the bulb adapter and using low wattage LED bulbs to minimize heat), - no room for a full power strip, and barely enough room for the camera and the original wall wart. As I’m ordering replacement cams, I started looking for a small surge protector option and haven’t found anything ideal; posting to see if members of this forum have already identified better options. Either a wall wart with built in surge protection, or a small in-line 5v-5v surge protector (diode array, or whatever).
It seems this is an edge use case, most folks can just use regular power strip surge protectors, but having equipment powered by USB in remote locations (like wyze cams all over) does seem like it could benefit from some additional/local/small surge protection.
I welcome your advice and/or URLs to related products that might be worth considering.