Low and Medium Voltage Panels

Product Announcement from Surge Suppression Incorporated

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Surge Suppression Incorporated parallel connected surge protective devices have, time after time, provided the brute strength and unsurpassed durability needed to protect mission critical systems during lightning strikes and transients that result from severe power system faults. Designed to safeguard delicate microprocessor based electronics, our surge protective devices allow your critical systems to stay up and running, keeping your company in business while neighboring facilities (often competitors) suffer extensive damage, extended downtime and lost revenue. This is a competitive "Advantage" that is critical to your company's well-being, bottom line and future.

The Most Advanced SPD Available Today

The Advantage series of parallel connected surge protective devices represent the latest in surge suppression design and performance. By blending advanced computer circuit modeling with tried-and-true design principals learned over the past twenty-plus years, the Advantage series has the lowest let-through voltage, providing the highest possible protection levels. Component-level thermal fusing combined with patented, internal, circuit board mounted overcurrent fusing and Voltage Responsive and Frequency Responsive Circuitry, gives the Advantage series unmatched performance and safety and makes it the best and most advanced surge protective device available today!

Available in all Single and Three Phase configurations including:
120, 240, 480, 120/240, 120/208, 220/380, 230/400, 240/415, 277/480, 347/600 120NN, 240NN, 480NN, 600NN, 2500NN, 4160NN, 7200NN

Standard Features

  • 25 Year Free Replacement Warranty
  • ANSI/UL 1449-2006 (Third Edition) Listed
    • CSA MC#241804
    • UL File Number E340498 and E315947
  • UL1283 Listed
  • Manufactured at an ISO 9001: 2008 Certified Facility
  • Industry Leading Let-through Voltage Performance
  • Circuit Encapsulation
  • Patented Fusing Methodology
  • Voltage Responsive Circuitry
  • Discrete "All Mode" Circuitry
  • Advanced Internal Diagnostics
  • Component Level Thermal Fusing
  • Peak Surge Current Levels From 90kA To 900kA per phase

Optional Features

  • Multi-stage, Hybrid Frequency Responsive Circuitry
  • Integral Surge Counter
  • Form "C" Dry Relay Contacts
  • Internal or Remote Audible Alarm
  • Remote Lights
  • External Alarm Module
  • Integral Disconnect
  • External Disconnect
  • NEMA 12, 4 and 4X Enclosures
  • Application Specific Design Modifications