Surge suppression devices

Strikesorb voltage surge protection devices from Raycap provide continuous protection from overvoltage and other transient voltage activity for electronic automation and control equipment. The SPD modules are available in a variety of application-specific voltages and packaging configurations to protect highly sensitive equipment and electronics.

06/01/2008


Strikesorb voltage surge protection devices from Raycap provide continuous protection from overvoltage and other transient voltage activity for electronic automation and control equipment. The SPD modules are available in a variety of application-specific voltages and packaging configurations to protect highly sensitive equipment and electronics. The modules meet requirements of IEC 61643-1 standard and the recently (2007) revised UL-1449 2nd edition standard without the use of fuses. Modules successfully have passed three-cycle testing at available short circuit currents of up to 85 kA rms, and can be integrated within panelboards, switchboards, switchgear, automation, and motion control centers without conducting additional UL testing.

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