Supplier: M&I Materials Limited
Description: Metrosil Surge Diverters Type VSD have been designed to provide effective protection against voltage surges which may sometimes result from the operation of power distribution switchgear. The range of diverters is suitable for systems having working voltages from 3.3kV to 11kV rms. The diverters
Supplier: Patton Electronics Co.
Description: The Patton EPG Model 503S universal surge protector guards any RS-232 system (synchronous or asynchronous) against data loss and hardware damage due to data line transients. There are many data line surge generators: lightning strikes, fluorescent lights, elevator motors, even UPSs. AC protection
- Device Type: SPD
- Mounting: Plug-in Module
- Applications: Other
Supplier: Littelfuse, Inc.
Description: The DHB34 Series of transient surge suppressors are industrial highenergy Metal Oxide Varistors (MOVs). They are designed to provide surge suppression in the AC mains outdoor and service entrance environment (distribution panels) of buildings. DHB34 applications also include industrial heavy motors
- Mounting Style: Through Hole Technology (THT)
- Diameter: 1.34 inch
- Maximum AC RMS Voltage: 330 volts
- Maximum Clamping Voltage: 843 volts
Supplier: Data Connect Enterprise, Inc.
Description: isolation transformers and Silicon Avalanche Diode surge suppressors. The Model 1035 is available in an RS-232/V.24 version and a CCITT V.35/ (RS-530) version, both supported on a DB-25 connector. Twisted pair connection are made using RJ-11 or RJ-45.
- Form Factor: External
- Bus / Interface Type: Serial Ports (RS232, RS422, RS485)
Supplier: Data Connect Enterprise, Inc.
Description: Features Sync Data Rates of 32, 56 and 64 kbps Distances up to 6 Miles (9.7Km) V.54 and V.52 Diagnostic Modes RS-232 or V.35 (RS-530) Versions Internal, External or Receive Recover Clocking Options Transformer Isolation and Surge Protection Overview The Model 1035 high speed short range
Supplier: Softchoice Corporation
Description: Tripp Lite Line Conditioners keep your equipment (computers, printers, fax machines, home appliances and more) working through brownouts without using emergency power such as UPS systems and auxiliary generators. Line conditioners automatically adjust under- and overvoltages to provide safe
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SELENIUM SURGE SUPPRESSORS
steadystate power dissipation up to 40 times that of an MOV. For a 130V suppressor, the selenium product allows steady-state dissipation of 2.5W to 80W, compared with an MOV that allows only 0.1W to 2.5W. Typical applications for selenium suppressors include: ? On the DC side of a rectified generator output. ? Across the SCRs on large controllers. ? Across DC motors. ? On transformers (for line-to-line suppression). ? Power conditioning (i.e. from power strips to service entrance). For some devices... (read more)
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The generator installation requires that a TVSS (Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor ) module be installed at the breaker panel for adequate line surge suppression.
Design and Development of a Power Supply System for NBI Test Stand of EAST
A power supply sys- tem for the NBI test stand components such as a set of dc power supplies for plasma generator , a dc high voltage power supply of a tetrode accelerator, a transmission line and a surge energy suppressor .
An Overview of Electromagnetic and Lightning Induced Voltage Transients (.pdf)
In the conventional Thevenin's description, the open-circuit voltage (at the terminals of the network or test generator) and the source impedance (of the surge source or test generator ) are sufficient to calculate... ...well as any current for a specified suppressor impedance.
ASTM F1507 - Standard Specification for Surge Suppressors for Shipboard Use
If the suppressor discharge current for these tests exceeds 750 A, a resistance of up to 8 V may be added in series with the surge generator to limit the current after suppressor operation to 750 A.
CR4 - Thread: Flashing Exciter Field Coil
could anybody know what is the part number of the surge suppressor diode. the exciter volts and amperes for this generator is 36V and 7Amp.
CR4 - Thread: Protection Requirement Phase to Neutral Short Circuit
I guess it depends on how much money you have to spend....I would probably go with a surge suppressor and a UPS system....possibly back-up generator for a total package...
Coordination of Surge Protectors in Low-Voltage AC Power Circuits
In Figs. 7e and 7f, the traces show the voltage (7e) and current (70 in the suppressor for a case in which the arrester did not spark over (as... ...of sparkover or a slight difference in the output of the surge generator ).
This class includes: manufacture of power circuit breakers– manufacture of surge suppressors (for distribution level voltage)– manufacture of control panels for electric power distribution– manufacture of electrical relays– manufacture of... ...pushbutton, snap, solenoid, tumbler)– manufacture of prime mover generator sets– .
The Propagation and Attenuation of Surge Voltages and Surge Currents in Low-Voltage AC Circuits
...of these many options with increasing protection, albeit at increasing cost, from a single suppressor to three suppressors The selection would depend... ...be protected The impinging surge is assumed to be... ...that available from the generator set for a 2000 A 8/20...
High Resistance Grounding—Avoiding Unnecessary Pitfalls
Cases described in this paper include the following: 1) transient voltage surge suppressors (TVSSs) that ruptured when improperly applied on an HRG... ...load to risk during ground faults; 4) the need for four-pole breakers on... ...parallel UPS modules and generators .