Surge protectors

Universal Lighting Technologies' EVERLINE Surge Protectors is capable of managing a surge of up to 20 kV.

05/20/2015


Universal Lighting Technologies' EVERLINE Surge Protectors is capable of managing a surge of up to 20 kV. Inserted between line voltage and the driver/module or ballast/lamp system, EVERLINE Surge Protectors provide system-wide protection, eliminating the need for internal fixture components that are rated to handle large spikes in input voltage. While fixture components are designed to handle variations in input power, being connected directly to the main power lines introduces complications when it comes to power surges. Because lightning strikes, switching, and other events can be far more severe directly on the power lines, these components need additional protection. The EVERLINE Surge Protectors protect more sensitive components against line surges and transients. EVERLINE Surge Protectors are available for 277  and 480 V applications.

Universal Lighting Technologies

www.unvlt.com



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