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Electronic Surge Protection

Electronic Surge Protection

Surge Protector ESP CCTV Series

Surge Protector ESP CCTV Series

Application:
CCTV Systems
Type:
-
Current:
0.3A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
40V
Voltage:
1V/2V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Connect in series with the CCTV cable in a convenient place close to the equipment being protected. For outdoor CCTV cameras, protectors should be mounted in the junction box, or in a separate enclosure, close to the camera. Protect central control and monitoring equipment inside the building by installing protectors on all incoming or outgoing lines, either: a) near where they enter or leave the building, or b) close to the equipment being protected (or actually within its control panel).
Description:
Combined Type 1 and 2 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for a Photovoltaic PV solar panel system that is on a building where a structural Lightning Protection System (LPS) is employed, for equipotential bonding. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (on the DC side of the DC-AC inverter) through to LPZ 2 to protect the PV system from damage.
Surge Protector ESP LN

Surge Protector ESP LN

Application:
Telecom & Computer Line
Type:
-
Current:
0.3A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
13.5V
Voltage:
4V
In-line Resistance:
0 ohm
Installation:
Suitable for systems signalling on up to 8 wires of unshielded twisted pair cable - protects all 8 pins in each line –– Use to protect 1, 4, 8 or 16 lines Combined Category C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable to protect equipment on twisted pair applications using Cat-5 wiring with RJ45 connectors. For use on lines running within buildings at boundaries up to LPZ 2 through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Description:
Combined Category C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable to protect equipment on twisted pair applications using Cat-5 wiring with RJ45 connectors. For use on lines running within buildings at boundaries up to LPZ 2 through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP Cat-6

Surge Protector ESP Cat-6

Application:
Telecom & Computer Line
Type:
-
Current:
0.3A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
120V
Voltage:
5V
In-line Resistance:
1.5 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the network cable, either: – Near to where it enters or leaves the building, or – As it enters the network hub, or – Close to the equipment being protected This should be close to the system’s earth star point (to enable a good connection to earth).
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable to protect twisted pair Ethernet networks, including Power over Ethernet (PoE), with RJ45 connections. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06D

Surge Protector ESP 06D

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
0.3A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
12V
Voltage:
6V
In-line Resistance:
9.4 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal lineeither near where it enters or leaves the building or close tothe equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth starpoint.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for most twisted pair signalling applications. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. ESP TN suitable for Broadband, POTS, dial-up, T1/E1, lease line and *DSL telephone applications. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 06E

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
1.25A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
36V
Voltage:
6V
In-line Resistance:
1 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth star point. Install protectors either within an existing cabinet/ cubicle or in a separate enclosure.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for twisted pair signalling applications which require either a lower in-line resistance, an increased current or a higher bandwidth than the ESP D Series. Also suitable for DC power applications less than 1.25 Amps. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 06H

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
1 ohm
Current:
4A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
12V
Voltage:
6V
In-line Resistance:
0.05 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the signal or data line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected. Install in a cabinet/cubicle close to the system’s earth star point.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for twisted pair signalling applications which require either a lower in-line resistance or an increased current than the ESP D or E Series. Also suitable for DC power applications less than 4 Amps. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06Q

Surge Protector ESP 06Q

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
0.75A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
15V
Voltage:
6V
In-line Resistance:
1 ohm
Installation:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for 4 twisted pair lines. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. ESP TNQ suitable for Broadband, POTS, dial-up, T1/E1, lease line and *DSL telephone applications. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for 4 twisted pair lines. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. ESP TNQ suitable for Broadband, POTS, dial-up, T1/E1, lease line and *DSL telephone applications. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive
Surge Protector ESP 12 DC

Surge Protector ESP 12 DC

Application:
DC Power
Type:
Combined Type 2-3
Current:
-
Phase:
N.A.
Let through Voltage (Up):
190V
Voltage:
12V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Install in parallel, within the power distribution board or directly on the supply feeding the equipment
Description:
Combined Type 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on DC systems to protect connected electronic equipment from transient overvoltages on the mains supply, e.g. control equipment. Available for 12, 24, 36 and 48 V DC systems. For use at boundaries LPZ 1 through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 15D

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
0.3A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
25V
Voltage:
15V
In-line Resistance:
9.4 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal lineeither near where it enters or leaves the building or close tothe equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth starpoint.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for most twisted pair signalling applications. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. ESP TN suitable for Broadband, POTS, dial-up, T1/E1, lease line and *DSL telephone applications. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 15E

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
1.25A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
39V
Voltage:
15V
In-line Resistance:
1 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth star point. Install protectors either within an existing cabinet/ cubicle or in a separate enclosure.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for twisted pair signalling applications which require either a lower in-line resistance, an increased current or a higher bandwidth than the ESP D Series. Also suitable for DC power applications less than 1.25 Amps. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 15H

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
4A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
27.5V
Voltage:
15V
In-line Resistance:
0.05 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth star point. Install protectors either within an existing cabinet/ cubicle or in a separate enclosure.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for twisted pair signalling applications which require either a lower in-line resistance or an increased current than the ESP D or E Series. Also suitable for DC power applications less than 4 Amps. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06Q

Surge Protector ESP 15Q

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
0.75A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
28V
Voltage:
15V
In-line Resistance:
1 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the signal or data line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected. Install in a cabinet/cubicle close to the system’s earth star point.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for 4 twisted pair lines. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. ESP TNQ suitable for Broadband, POTS, dial-up, T1/E1, lease line and *DSL telephone applications. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive
Surge Protector ESP 24 DC

Surge Protector ESP 24 DC

Application:
DC Power
Type:
Combined Type 2-3
Current:
-
Phase:
N.A
Let through Voltage (Up):
190V
Voltage:
24V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Install in parallel, within the power distribution board or directly on the supply feeding the equipment
Description:
Combined Type 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on DC systems to protect connected electronic equipment from transient over voltages on the mains supply, e.g. control equipment. Available for 12, 24, 36 and 48 V DC systems. For use at boundaries LPZ 1 through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 30D

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
0.3A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
44V
Voltage:
30V
In-line Resistance:
9.4 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal lineeither near where it enters or leaves the building or close tothe equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth starpoint.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for most twisted pair signalling applications. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. ESP TN suitable for Broadband, POTS, dial-up, T1/E1, lease line and *DSL telephone applications. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 30E

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
1.25A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
60V
Voltage:
30V
In-line Resistance:
1 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth star point. Install protectors either within an existing cabinet/ cubicle or in a separate enclosure.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for twisted pair signalling applications which require either a lower in-line resistance, an increased current or a higher bandwidth than the ESP D Series. Also suitable for DC power applications less than 1.25 Amps. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 30H

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
4A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
46V
Voltage:
30V
In-line Resistance:
0.05 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth star point. Install protectors either within an existing cabinet/ cubicle or in a separate enclosure.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for twisted pair signalling applications which require either a lower in-line resistance or an increased current than the ESP D or E Series. Also suitable for DC power applications less than 4 Amps. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06Q

Surge Protector ESP 30Q

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
0.75A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
53V
Voltage:
30V
In-line Resistance:
1 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the signal or data line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected. Install in a cabinet/cubicle close to the system’s earth star point.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for 4 twisted pair lines. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. ESP TNQ suitable for Broadband, POTS, dial-up, T1/E1, lease line and *DSL telephone applications. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive
Surge Protector ESP 36 DC

Surge Protector ESP 36 DC

Application:
DC Power
Type:
Combined Type 2-3
Current:
-
Phase:
N.A
Let through Voltage (Up):
190V
Voltage:
36V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Install in parallel, within the power distribution board or directly on the supply feeding the equipment
Description:
Combined Type 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on DC systems to protect connected electronic equipment from transient over voltages on the mains supply, e.g. control equipment. Available for 12, 24, 36 and 48 V DC systems. For use at boundaries LPZ 1 through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 48 DC

Surge Protector ESP 48 DC

Application:
DC Power
Type:
Combined Type 2-3
Current:
-
Phase:
N.A
Let through Voltage (Up):
190V
Voltage:
48V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Install in parallel, within the power distribution board or directly on the supply feeding the equipment
Description:
Combined Type 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on DC systems to protect connected electronic equipment from transient over voltages on the mains supply, e.g. control equipment. Available for 12, 24, 36 and 48 V DC systems. For use at boundaries LPZ 1 through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 50D

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
0.3A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
78V
Voltage:
50V
In-line Resistance:
9.4 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal lineeither near where it enters or leaves the building or close tothe equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth starpoint.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for most twisted pair signalling applications. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. ESP TN suitable for Broadband, POTS, dial-up, T1/E1, lease line and *DSL telephone applications. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 50E

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
1.25A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
86V
Voltage:
50V
In-line Resistance:
1 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth star point. Install protectors either within an existing cabinet/ cubicle or in a separate enclosure.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for twisted pair signalling applications which require either a lower in-line resistance, an increased current or a higher bandwidth than the ESP D Series. Also suitable for DC power applications less than 1.25 Amps. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06E

Surge Protector ESP 50H

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
4A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
67V
Voltage:
50V
In-line Resistance:
0.05 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the data communication or signal line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected (e.g. within its control panel). Either way, it must be very close to the system’s earth star point. Install protectors either within an existing cabinet/ cubicle or in a separate enclosure.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for twisted pair signalling applications which require either a lower in-line resistance or an increased current than the ESP D or E Series. Also suitable for DC power applications less than 4 Amps. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 06Q

Surge Protector ESP 50Q

Application:
Data/Signal
Type:
-
Current:
0.75A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
84V
Voltage:
50V
In-line Resistance:
1 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the signal or data line either near where it enters or leaves the building or close to the equipment being protected. Install in a cabinet/cubicle close to the system’s earth star point.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable for 4 twisted pair lines. Available for working voltages of up to 6, 15, 30, 50 and 110 Volts. ESP TNQ suitable for Broadband, POTS, dial-up, T1/E1, lease line and *DSL telephone applications. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive
Surge Protector ESP 120-5A

Surge Protector ESP 120-5A

Application:
AC Power - Low Current
Type:
Combined Type 2-3
Current:
-
Phase:
Single Phase
Let through Voltage (Up):
400V
Voltage:
120V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Connect in-line with the power supply usually either within the equipment panel (or for CCTV cameras, in an enclosure close by), or on the fused connection that supplies equipment
Description:
Combined Type 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on low current (up to 5 or 16 A) single phase systems to protect connected electronic equipment from transient overvoltages on the mains supply, e.g. fire/intruder alarm panels. Protectors with /BX suffix come ready-boxed, to IP66, for use in dirty or damp environments. Available for 90-150 Volts, 200-280 Volts and 232-350 Volts supplies. For use at boundaries LPZ 1 through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 120-16A

Surge Protector ESP 120-16A

Application:
AC Power - Low Current
Type:
Combined Type 2-3
Current:
-
Phase:
Single Phase
Let through Voltage (Up):
600V
Voltage:
120V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Connect in-line with the power supply usually either within the equipment panel (or for CCTV cameras, in an enclosure close by), or on the fused connection that supplies equipment
Description:
Combined Type 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on low current (up to 5 or 16 A) single phase systems to protect connected electronic equipment from transient overvoltages on the mains supply, e.g. fire/intruder alarm panels. Protectors with /BX suffix come ready-boxed, to IP66, for use in dirty or damp environments. Available for 90-150 Volts, 200-280 Volts and 232-350 Volts supplies. For use at boundaries LPZ 1 through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 240 M1

Surge Protector ESP 240 M1

Application:
AC Power
Type:
Combined Type 1-3
Current:
-
Phase:
Single Phase
Let through Voltage (Up):
600V
Voltage:
240V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Service entrance - after meter Main Distribution Board or sub-distribution board. Flat mounting
Description:
Combined Type 1, 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on mains power distribution systems primarily to protect connected electronic equipment from transient overvoltages on the mains supply, e.g. computer, communications or control equipment. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the main distribution board location, with multiple metallic services entering) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 240/I/TNS

Surge Protector ESP 240/I/TNS

Application:
AC Power
Type:
Combined Type 1-2
Current:
-
Phase:
Single Phase
Let through Voltage (Up):
1400V
Voltage:
240V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Service entrance - after meter Main Distribution Board or sub-distribution board. DIN rail mounting
Description:
Combined Type 1 and 2 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on the main distribution board, particularly where a structural Lightning Protection System (LPS) is employed, for equipotential bonding. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the main distribution board location) through to LPZ 2 to protect electrical equipment from damage.
Surge Protector ESP 240-5A

Surge Protector ESP 240-5A

Application:
AC Power - Low Current
Type:
Combined Type 2-3
Current:
-
Phase:
Single Phase
Let through Voltage (Up):
680V
Voltage:
240V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Connect in-line with the power supply usually either within the equipment panel (or for CCTV cameras, in an enclosure close by), or on the fused connection that supplies equipment
Description:
Combined Type 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on low current (up to 5 or 16 A) single phase systems to protect connected electronic equipment from transient overvoltages on the mains supply, e.g. fire/intruder alarm panels. Protectors with /BX suffix come ready-boxed, to IP66, for use in dirty or damp environments. Available for 90-150 Volts, 200-280 Volts and 232-350 Volts supplies. For use at boundaries LPZ 1 through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 240-16A

Surge Protector ESP 240-16A

Application:
AC Power - Low Current
Type:
Combined Type 2-3
Current:
-
Phase:
Single Phase
Let through Voltage (Up):
680V
Voltage:
240V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Connect in-line with the power supply usually either within the equipment panel (or for CCTV cameras, in an enclosure close by), or on the fused connection that supplies equipment
Description:
Combined Type 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on low current (up to 5 or 16 A) single phase systems to protect connected electronic equipment from transient overvoltages on the mains supply, e.g. fire/intruder alarm panels. Protectors with /BX suffix come ready-boxed, to IP66, for use in dirty or damp environments. Available for 90-150 Volts, 200-280 Volts and 232-350 Volts supplies. For use at boundaries LPZ 1 through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP PV Series

Surge Protector ESP PV Series

Application:
Solar Panel
Type:
-
Current:
0.5A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
<2kV
Voltage:
250V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Use on the DC side of the DC-AC inverter for protection against partial direct or indirect lightning strikes. ESP Type 1 AC mains protectors (e.g. ESP 415/III/TNS) are further required at the AC side of the DC-AC inverter.
Description:
Combined Type 1 and 2 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for a Photovoltaic PV solar panel system that is on a building where a structural Lightning Protection System (LPS) is employed, for equipotential bonding. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (on the DC side of the DC-AC inverter) through to LPZ 2 to protect the PV system from damage.
Surge Protector ESP LN

Surge Protector ESP TN

Application:
Telecom & Computer Line
Type:
-
Current:
0.3A
Phase:
-
Let through Voltage (Up):
395V
Voltage:
296V
In-line Resistance:
4.4 ohm
Installation:
Connect in series with the telephone or ISDN line. These units are usually installed close to the equipment being protected and within a short distance of a good electrical earth.
Description:
Combined Category D, C, B tested protector (to BS EN 61643) suitable to protect telephony equipment plugged into a BT telephone (BS 6312), Modem (RJ11) or ISDN (RJ45) socket. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the service entrance location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 415 M1

Surge Protector ESP 415 M1

Application:
AC Power
Type:
Combined Type 1-3
Current:
-
Phase:
3 Phase
Let through Voltage (Up):
600V
Voltage:
415V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Service entrance - after meter Main Distribution Board or sub-distribution board. Flat mounting
Description:
Combined Type 1, 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on mains power distribution systems primarily to protect connected electronic equipment from transient overvoltages on the mains supply, e.g. computer, communications or control equipment. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the main distribution board location, with multiple metallic services entering) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 415 M2

Surge Protector ESP 415 M2

Application:
AC Power
Type:
Combined Type 1-3
Current:
-
Phase:
3 Phase
Let through Voltage (Up):
600V
Voltage:
415V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Service entrance - after meter Main Distribution Board or sub-distribution board. Flat mounting
Description:
Combined Type 1, 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on the main distribution board directly feeding electronic equipment such as computers, communication and control equipment, particularly where a structural Lightning Protection System (LPS) is employed. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the main distribution board location) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 415 D1

Surge Protector ESP 415 D1

Application:
AC Power
Type:
Combined Type 1-3
Current:
-
Phase:
3 Phase
Let through Voltage (Up):
600V
Voltage:
415V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Service entrance - after meter Main Distribution Board or sub-distribution board. DIN rail mounting
Description:
Combined Type 1, 2 and 3 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on three phase mains power distribution systems primarily to protect connected electronic equipment from transient overvoltages on the mains supply, e.g. computer, communications or control equipment. Innovative remote display options allow both protector and display to be mounted in their optimum position. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the main distribution board location, with multiple metallic services entering) through to LPZ 3 to protect sensitive electronic equipment.
Surge Protector ESP 415/I/TNS

Surge Protector ESP 415/I/TNS

Application:
AC Power
Type:
Combined Type 1-2
Current:
-
Phase:
3 Phase
Let through Voltage (Up):
1400V
Voltage:
415V
In-line Resistance:
-
Installation:
Service entrance - after meter Main Distribution Board or sub-distribution board. DIN rail mounting
Description:
Combined Type 1 and 2 tested protector (to BS EN 61643) for use on the main distribution board, particularly where a structural Lightning Protection System (LPS) is employed, for equipotential bonding. For use at boundaries up to LPZ 0 to protect against flashover (typically the main distribution board location) through to LPZ 2 to protect electrical equipment from damage.