Surge protection devices

Thomas & Betts Power Solutions’ line of Current Technology Select (SL3) SPDs offers selenium-enhanced protection from utility-induced switching surges.

04/08/2013


Current Technology Select (SL3) Surge Protection Devices (SPDs) by Thomas & Betts Power SolutionsThomas & Betts Power Solutions’ line of Current Technology Select (SL3) surge protection devices (SPDs) offers selenium-enhanced protection from utility-induced switching surges. In addition to protection, Current Technology SL3 SPDs also feature an advanced power quality monitoring system with remote accessibility via ModBus and Ethernet, which helps the user identify and quantify critical power quality issues. Current Technology SL3 SPDs also provide true single- and repetitive-surge test data that fully comply with engineering specifications.  

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