1 phase wall mount surge protector
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Wall Mount Power Distribution Protectors
Meets the requirements of BS EN 62305-4:2006 (which replaced BS6651:1999 Annex C in August 2008) and BS EN 61643-11/12.
Designed to be quickly and easily installed alongside the incoming electrical supply panel, in parallel with the mains supply.
Eliminates complicated by-pass wiring associated with series suppressors. Connected in this way the unit carries only the current associated with the transient being discharged.
RCD nuisance tripping can be reduced by connecting unit ahead of the RCD.
Suitable for direct connection to lines rated at 60A. (For ratings over 60A the unit should be connected via a fuse or MCB).
BS EN 61643-11/12 – Type II, Class II.
BS6651:1999 Annex C - Location category C, 10kA surge withstand capability.
|Model||Single Phase||Three Phase|
|Max. Let-through Voltage @ 3kA 8/20μs (All Modes L-N, L-E, N-E)||<900V (0.5m Cable); 650V (at Terminals)||<900V (0.5m Cable); 650V (at Terminals)|
|Cable core diameter||2.5mm2||2.5mm2|
|Dimensions (mm)||182 x 81 x 61||182 x 81 x 61|
|Leakage current (mA)||0.15||0.4|
0.5m cable, which can be cut to ensure unit is installed as close as possible to the distribution panel.
Transient Voltage Suppressors (Modules,Industrial)
Voltage surges, often referred to as spikes or transient overvoltages are typically caused by switching of fluorescent lights, fuses blowing or nearby lightning activity. The worst voltage surges are usually caused by lightning activity and can reach up to 6000V, with current surges of up to 3000A. The maximum size of the voltage and current surges depends on the location within the buildings wiring system. BS6651:1999 Annex C which was replaced in August 2008 by BS EN 62305-4:2006 is complemented by BS EN 61643-11/12 and covers location categories and provides guidance on protection of electronic equipment. For mains power systems, Types I, II and III are used. Surge protection devices not designed to fit into these categories may only provide limited protection and the equipment they protect may suffer damage.