3 kA Surge Protective Devices (SPDs) Datasheets

AC Power 1 Pole -- D120V1P
from Advanced Protection Technologies, Inc.

Industrial computers, PLCs, and sensitive instrumentation are at the heart of today's automation systems. Maintaining reliability and uptime are essential to the processes running on the factory floor. Semiconductor technology has advanced over the last several decades increasing equipment's... [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 3 kA; 10 kA
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase
  • Connection: Screw Down Terminals
300 Series Surge Protective Device -- Model 320
from ASCO Power Technologies

The 300 Series of surge protection devices are specifically designed for low to medium exposure locations. The 320 line is available with surge current ratings up to 25kA per mode or 50kA per phase. A status LED and relay contacts provide indication of the suppression system failure or power loss. [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 3 kA
  • Mounting: Wall/Panel
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase (optional feature); Three Phase (optional feature)
  • Surge Current: 25000 to 100000
Wiremold® Sentrex Perma Power Point
from Legrand

Wiremold Sentrex High Performance Surge Protector Series and the Perma Power Computer Grade Surge Protector Series include a wide range of solutions for point-of-use surge protection applications. By dissipating and diverting excess voltage, Sentrex and Perma Power surge protection devices keep your... [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 3 kA
  • Mode of Protection: All Mode
  • Connection: Has Electrical Outlets
  • Standards: UL 1449 Third Edition; UL
400 Series OEM Surge Protection -- Model 415

Max. Continuous Operating VAC: 130% Rated Line Voltage. Response Time: <5 Nanoseconds. Modes of Protection: L-N, L-G, N-G. Surge Current (8x20us): 1 Event - 10kA, 100 Events - 2kA, 1000 Events - 1kA, 10,000 Events - 500A. Status Indicators: Green LED. Operating Altitude: 13,000 ft. (4000m). Temp. [See More]

  • Nominal Discharge Current: 3 kA
  • Mounting: Wall/Panel; DIN Rail (optional feature); Device Mount; In-line or Integrally Attached
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase
  • Connection: Screw Down Terminals