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HAMMOND 1000V Power Surge Protection Device Outdoor For Electronic Instruments

Place of Origin China
Brand Name HAMMOND
Certification ISO9001
Model Number HDGF-C40
Minimum Order Quantity 50
Price Negotiable
Delivery Time 8 days
Payment Terms L/C, T/T

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Product Details
Color White Product Name Surge Protector
Maximum Continuous Operating Voltage Uc 1000V CERTIFICATE ISO9001
Maximum Discharging Cu 40KA Nominal Discharging C 20KA
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Direct Selling 1000V Outdoor Surge Protector Lightning Protection Electronic Equipment
Surge protection device (Surge protection Device) is an indispensable device for lightning protection of electronic equipment, often referred to in the past as
"The role of the surge protector is to limit the transient overvoltage into the power lines, signal transmission lines within the voltage range that the equipment or system can withstand, otherwise the powerful lightning current will be released into the ground. Protect the equipment or system being protected from damage caused by the shock.
The type and construction of a surge protector varies according to the application, but it should contain at least one non-linear voltage limiting element. The basic components used in surge protectors are: discharge gaps, inflatable discharge tubes, varistors, suppression diodes and choke coils.
The difference between surge protectors and lightning arrestors Editorial Voices
Lightning arrester
1, lightning arrester has a number of voltage levels, from 0.38KV low voltage to 500KV extra high voltage are available, while surge protectors are generally only low-voltage products.
2, lightning arrester more installed in the primary system to prevent the direct intrusion of lightning waves, and surge protector more installed in the secondary system, is in the lightning arrester to eliminate the direct intrusion of lightning waves, or lightning arrester does not eliminate lightning waves when the supplementary measures;.
3, lightning arrester lightning arrester is to protect electrical equipment, and surge protectors are mostly used to protect electronic instruments or meters;.
4, lightning arrester due to the connection of the electrical primary system, to have sufficient external insulation, the appearance of the size is relatively large, while the surge protector due to the connection of low voltage, the size of the production can be very small.
Surge protector
1, must be retrofitted with inverter control cabinets
2, the use of vacuum circuit breakers in the control cabinet must be retrofitted with vacuum circuit breakers
3, the power supply system must be added to the incoming switch
4, other control cabinets can not be added, of course, if the budget space is large, for insurance purposes can be added.
Surge protector is generally divided into two categories: motor protection type, power station protection type, in the selection must pay attention to [3] .
Lighting Protection
Electronic Equipment
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Maximum Continuous Operating Voltage Uc (V)