SURGE PROTECTIVE DEVICES

SURGE PROTECTIVE DEVICES

Applications
  • Installation in 3+1 and 1+1 circuits of TT systems according to IEC 60364-5-534
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II test (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Impulse discharge current of 100 kA 10/350 μs
  • Nominal discharge current of 100 kA 8/20 μs
  • Improved reliability even in conductive pollution environments (Pollution degree 3)
I 1OO N-PE

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Applications
  • Main Distribution Boards (MDB)
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Impulse discharge current of 25 kA 10/350 μs
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms
  • No Follow Current® (NFC) SPD prevents the circulation of grid follow up currents after operation
  • The impulse current is divided along two independent branches. Each branch has its
    own disconnector and Status Indicator
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
  • Improved reliability even in conductive pollution environments (Pollution degree 3)
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Applications
  • TT systems as per IEC 60364-5-534 where 1+1 connection is required
  • Main Distribution Boards (MDB)
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
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Applications
  • TT systems as per IEC 60364-5-534 where 3+1 connection is required
  • Main Distribution Boards (MDB)
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms
  • The impulse current is divided along two independent branches. Each branch has its
    own disconnector and Status Indicator
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
L 25/1OO 23O t ff 3+1

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Applications
  • Installation in 3+1 and 1+1 circuits of TT systems according to IEC 60364-5-534
    between Neutral conductor (N) and Protective Earth (PE) conductor
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Impulse discharge current of 52 kA 10/350 μs
  • Nominal discharge current of 52 kA 8/20 μs
  • Improved reliability even in conductive pollution environments (Pollution degree 3)
  • Potential association with L 13/40 and L 7/30
  • Two coloured Status Indicator (green/red)
I 52 N-PE

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Applications
  • Main Distribution Boards (MDB)
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms
  • Short circuit current up to 100 kA rms with max backup fuse
  • No Follow Current® (NFC) SPD prevents the circulation of grid follow up currents after operation
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
L 13/4O 23O ff

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Applications
  • TT systems as per IEC 60364-5-534 where 1+1 connection is required
  • Main Distribution Boards (MDB)
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
L 13/4O 23O ff 1+1

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Applications
  • TT systems as per IEC 60364-5-534 where 3+1 connection is required
  • Main Distribution Boards (MDB)
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
L 13/4O 23O ff 3+1

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Applications
  • Main Distribution Boards (MDB)
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03), IEC61400-24 (2010-8), and CLC/TS 50539-22 (2012-08)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms (for UN 230/400 V)
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
L 7/3O ff

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Applications
  • TT systems as per IEC 60364-5-534 where 1+1 connection is required
  • Main Distribution Boards (MDB)
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
L 7/3O 23O ff 1+1

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Applications
  • TT systems as per IEC 60364-5-534 where 3+1 connection is required
  • Main Distribution Boards (MDB)
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.02011-03)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
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Applications
  • Installation in N-PE in 3+1 and 1+1 circuits of TT systems according to IEC 60364-5-534 between neutral conductor (N) and protective earth (PE) conductor
  • Low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class I and II tests (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Impulse discharge current of 12.5 kA 10/350 μs
  • Nominal discharge current of 40 kA 8/20 μs
  • Improved reliability even in conductive pollution environments (Pollution degree 3)
  • Potential association with L 3/30 and L 2/10
  • Two coloured Status Indicator (green/red)
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Applications
  • Sub Distribution Boards (SDB) of low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class II test (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms (for UN 230/400 V)
  • Short circuit current of 50 kA rms with max back-up fuse
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
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Applications
  • Installation in 1+1 circuits of TT systems according to IEC 60364-5-534
  • Sub Distribution Boards (SDB) of low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class II test (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
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Applications
  • Installation in 3+1 circuits of TT systems according to IEC 60364-5-534
  • Sub Distribution Boards (SDB) of low voltage systems
Characteristics
  • Impulse test classification: Class II test (according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1.0 2011-03)
  • Overcurrent protection is not required with upstream MCB ≤ 125 A or for Isccr ≤ 4kA rms
  • Status Indicator with three coloured levels for progressive indication of performance
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Applications
  • Signal circuit of equipment with low resistibility levels
  • Installation at LPZ boundaries up to 0–2A in conformity with the lightning protection zones concept
  • Signal circuit protection with grounded electronics
  • Protection against direct and indirect lightning strikes
S-ASI

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Applications
  • Installation in supply circuits
  • Input of control room
  • Data centre
  • EDP
Characteristics
  • Maximum continuous operating voltage UC is calibrated to TOV for a total immunity
  • Test Class: I, II and III according to IEC 61643-11 Ed 1 (2011-03) or T1, T2, and T3
    according to CEI EN 61643-1/A1
ILF 4P

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Applications
  • Restrooms and washrooms
  • Animal odour removal
  • Air care in retirement homes and nursing homes
  • Food storage units
  • Garbage collection units
  • Gymnasiums
Characteristics
  • Efficient removal of germs and bacteria
  • Complete elimination of odour at the source
  • Low energy consumption and minimal maintenance
  • Free from consumables such as fragrance cartridges or batteries
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