Surge protector

Cooper Bussmann’s surge protective devices provide power quality that is free from damaging surges and overvoltage conditions, with specific modules for photovoltaic, wind power, UL, low-voltage, and IEC applications.

04/13/2012


Surge protective deviceCooper Bussmann’s surge protective devices provide power quality that is free from damaging surges and overvoltage conditions, with specific modules for photovoltaic, wind power, UL, low-voltage, and IEC applications. These surge protectors feature modular DIN-Rail design with color coding and a rejection feature for end-user ease of identification, installation, and maintenance. They also include easyID local visual indication of surge module status and optional remote contact signaling integration with monitoring systems. All modules feature an IP20 finger-safe design, and where applications require, certain devices are also vibration and shock resistant according to EN 60068-2 standards.



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