Surge protective devices

Intended for installation at any point in an electrical distribution system, the 400 Series surge protective devices suited for most applications within a facility.

09/05/2014


Intended for installation at any point in an electrical distribution system, the 400 Series surge protective devices suited for most applications within a facility.Intended for installation at any point in an electrical distribution system, the 400 Series of surge protective devices by Emerson Network Power are suited for most applications within a facility. The surge current ratings range as high as 200 kA per mode or 400 kA per phase. They're also UL safety tested, receiving 1449 3rd edition, Type 1 approval, with an I-nominal of 20 kA, a short circuit rating of 200 kAIC and a 10-year warranty, all to meet or exceed industry requirements.

Emerson

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