20 kA Surge Protective Devices (SPDs) Datasheets

Monitoring Relay Surge Arrester for PV System Type DSF D -- DSF52CD1000PV
from CARLO GAVAZZI Automation Components

DSF D is a Type 2 (Class C) surge arrester according to EN 61643-11 (VDE 0675, part 6-11) and UL1449 3rd edition suitable for protecting DC systems from transient overvoltage due to both indirect atmospheric discharges and switching actions. It is available both in 2-pole or 3-pole configurations,... [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 20 kA
  • Surge Current: 25000
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Operating Temp: -40 to 176
Equpment Level AC Surge Protector -- DS70US

The DS70US is a universal SPD for the most demanding AC Power applications. The DS70US Series protects any single or three phase voltage up to 690Vac from the effects of lightning and switching transients. These SPD are approved to the new UL1449 4th Edition (effective March. 2016) and have... [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 20 kA
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase; Three Phase
  • Connection: Screw Down Terminals
UL SPD: Surge-Trap® Modular SPDs DIN Rail -- ST1000PV
from Mersen

Surge-Trap ® Surge Protective Device is a no-fuse surge suppressor. The Surge-Trap is a UL 1449 Third Edition compliant modular style surge protective device that is DIN-rail mountable featuring a fail-safe self-protected design, visual indicator and a small foot print. A remote indicator... [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 20 kA
  • Surge Current: 10000
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Operating Temp: -40 to 185
SPDee Series -- S50A120V1P2
from Advanced Protection Technologies, Inc.

The SPDee Series utilizes large Block 50kA Thermal Protected MOV ’s with surge current levels of 50kA per mode. The unit is a perfect replacement to the obsolete surge arrestors. With a small, compact design and line or load side installation flexibility, this unit can be installed anywhere in... [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 10 kA; 20 kA
  • Mounting: Wall/Panel (optional feature); DIN Rail (optional feature); Pipe Nipple
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase
  • Connection: Pre-wired with 3’ of #10 AWG Conductor
400 Series Surge Protective Device -- Model 440
from ASCO Power Technologies

The 400 Series of surge protection devices consist of thermally protected MOV (Metal Oxide Varistor) technology providing reliable protection against repetitive surges and transients. The 440 line of products consists of two sizes with surge ratings of 100kA per mode/200kA per phase and 160kA per... [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 20 kA
  • Mode of Protection: All Mode
  • Mounting: Wall/Panel
  • Surge Current: 100000 to 160000
AC Panel Mount Products -- SES40 Service Entrance Suppression
from ERICO

Lightning transients and surges are a major cause of expensive electronic equipment failure and business disruption. Damage to computers, data and communications may occur, as well as a loss of revenue and profits. The SES40 Service Entrance Suppression, part of the ERITECH ® line of Facility... [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 20 kA
  • Maximum AC Power: 2
  • Surge Current: 40000 to 80000
  • Operating Temp: -40 to 176
Power Quality -- TR Wallmount Series
from GE Digital Energy

It is typical that transient voltage surges from both external and internal sources directly affect the performance and life expectancy of electronic equipment. Products having a printed circuit board inside, from electronic lighting ballasts to computer servers, may be susceptible to transient... [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 10 kA; 20 kA
  • Connection: 10 AWG Pre-Wired Conductors
  • Mounting: Wall/Panel
  • Mode of Protection: 10-Mode
Surge Protective Devices -- 160MXT-120T

Features: 200,000 amps per phase. UL1449 3rd Edition. Independent lab tested modules. NEMA LS 1 Tested. Redundant modular protection withstands multiple lightning strikes. Solid copper bus bar construction for minimal impedance and enhanced current sharing. High performance, low inductance. Micro-Z... [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 20 kA
  • Mounting: Wall/Panel; Device Mount
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase
  • Connection: Micro-Z Cable Connection
Advantage® Series Parallel Connected Surge Protective Device -- CDLB1S1
from Surge Suppression Incorporated

Advantage panel Protection Series, Nema 1, Frequency Responsive Circuitry / Voltage Response Circuitry (Sine Wave Tracking) [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 20 kA
  • Mounting: Device Mount
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase
  • Mode of Protection: All Mode; 6-Mode