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OVR 3N Series Compact Transient Voltage Surge Supressor -- OVR3N100320SP
from ABB Low Voltage Products & Systems

The most serious consequences of lightning are the death of people and farm animals, and the destruction of equipment: telephone lines, transformers connected. to the electrical distribution network, electrical meters, household appliances, etc. At the same time, the growing amount of equipment... [See More]

  • Standards: UL 1449 Second Edition; CSA Mark; IEC; File# E238957 & E22406
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Signal Protection: Three Phase
  • Connection: Screw Down Terminals
DS100EG Surge Suppressor -- DS100EG-350
from CITEL SURGE PROTECTION

CITEL model DS100EG is a heavy duty Type 1 AC Surge Protection Device (SPD) for the Neutral (N) to Ground (PE) line mode. It is associated with either the CITEL model DS150E or DS250VG protection modules. The DS100EG provides common plus differential mode protection for a 1, 2 or 3 phase AC power... [See More]

  • Standards: UL 1449 Second Edition; IEC
  • Connection: Screw Down Terminals
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Surge Current: 50000 to 150000
Islatrol™ INXT120NL000-1 AC Power Line Filter
from Emerson Network Power / Liebert Power & Cooling

The Islatrol INXT120NL000-1 is a 120VAC, 60A, EMI/RFI filter. The INXT is a series-connected device designed to filter electrical type transients impinging on electrical distribution of a traffic control cabinet. Features: 60-Amp Series Filter. 50dB attenuation (200kHz to 75MHz). High impact... [See More]

  • Standards: IEC; UL
  • Surge Current: 60000
  • Connection: Screw Down Terminals
  • Operating Temp: -40 to 113
Over Voltage Protector -- HAW562
from Endress+Hauser, Inc.

The HAW562 surge arrester is used to protect electronic components from being destroyed by overvoltage. It ensures that overvoltage surges which occur in signal cables (e.g. 4 to 20 mA), in communication lines (Field buses) and in power lines are safely passed into the ground. The functionality of... [See More]

  • Standards: IEC; SIL2 Conformity
  • Connection: Screw Down Terminals
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Surge Current: 20000
Surge-Trap® Pluggable SPD -- ST1201PG
from Mersen

The Surge-Trap ® Pluggable SPD provides advanced overvoltage protection by utilizing Ferraz Shawmut's patented TPMOV design, which does not require fuses, a fuse holder or additional wiring in meeting the UL 1449 Third Edition standards thus providing substantial cost savings and reduced... [See More]

  • Standards: UL 1449 Third Edition; ANSI; CE Marking; IEC; IEEE; UL; RoHS
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase
  • Nominal Discharge Current: 20 kA
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]

  • Standards: UL 1449 Third Edition; ANSI; CE Marking; IEC; IEEE; UL; RoHS
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase
  • Connection: Screw Down Terminals
400 Series Surge Protective Device -- Model 440
from Emerson Network Power - Surge Protection

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]

  • Standards: UL 1449 Third Edition; ANSI; CE Marking; IEC; UL
  • Nominal Discharge Current: 20 kA
  • Mounting: Wall/Panel
  • Mode of Protection: All Mode
MA30 Series -- Model MA30/D/1/SI
from MTL Instruments Group

10 year warranty, also suitable for DC application, can be used in parallel [See More]

  • Standards: CE Marking; IEC
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase
  • Connection: Screw Down Terminals
Industrial Surge Protector -- SP-TELCO-1
from Sixnet

Telephone lines are one of the most common entry points for voltage surges from lightning strikes or other sources. These surges can easily damage or completely destroy your expensive communications equipment. The solution is simple - install an inexpensive surge suppressor on each telephone device. [See More]

  • Standards: UL 497A Rating; IEC; CCITT K17
  • Connection: RJ11, RJ13 or RJ14 Phone Jacks
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Surge Current: 1900
I2R AC Series -- 120V MOV 10kA
from Transtector Systems, Inc.

Phase interchangeable suppressor modules, hot swap plug in modules [See More]

  • Standards: ANSI; CE Marking; CSA Mark; IEC; IEEE; UL; ISO9001
  • Mounting: DIN Rail
  • Signal Protection: Single Phase
  • Connection: Screw Down Terminals