Industrial Type 1 And Type 2 Surge Protection Imax 60ka For Power Supplies
|Place of Origin:||Dongguan China|
|Certification:||CE / SGS / ISO9001|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||200 piece|
|Packaging Details:||export package / Negotiate|
|Delivery Time:||5-15 days after payment|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||60000 pieces per month|
|Name:||Industrial Power Surge Protector||Material:||MOV|
|CertificationCE,CQC:||CE / CQC / SGS||Application:||Lightning Protection|
|Environment Temperature:||(-40℃~+85℃)||Imax:||60kA (8/20us)|
|In:||30KA(8/20us)||Status Indicator:||Green(good)/red(need Replacement)|
Imax 60KA industrial surge protector,
ISO9001 type 1 and type 2 surge protection,
60KA type 1 and type 2 surge protection
60KA Industrial Power Type 1+2 Surge Protection For Power supplies
The combination lightning current and surge arrestors OBV5-B60 meet the type 1+2 requirement class according to IEC 61643-11. These devices protect low-voltage consumer systems from overvoltages of all types and are available in single-pole to four-pole versions. The use of high-performance varistors permits a rapid response time and a low protection level, without any line follow current. If circumstances are uncertain and there is a risk of fire from an overload, the internal cut-off unit disconnects the arrestor from the mains if necessary. In addition, the QR code printed on the arrestor allows direct access to the online installation instructions.
1.High energy surge protection
2.Remote alarm interface
3.Failure detection indicator
4.Standard modular installation
G2060MT: The power line blocks the total power disribution cabinet of the nuildings that are embedded in the ground.
A distribution box with an outside entry and exit line in the building.
Outdoor distribution cabinet/distribution box.
|Maximum continuous voltage AC||Uc||V||275/320/385/440|
|SPD to EN 61643-11||Type 1+2|
|SPD to IEC 61643-1||class I+II|
|Lightning impulse current (10/350µs)||Iimp||kA||12,5|
|Nominal discharge current (8/20µs)||In||kA||30|
|Maximum discharge current (8/20µs)||Imax||kA||60|
|Voltage protection level||Up||kV||< 1,5/1,8/2,0/2,2|
|Response time||tA||ns||< 25|
|Maximum back-up fuse||A||125|
|Protection rating||IP 20|
|Max. cable cross-section flexible (fine-wire)||mm²||25|
|Max. cable cross-section rigid (single wire/multi-wire)||mm²||35|
1,Protect electric system and on-loading electrical apparatus from thunder and instantaneous over-voltage.
2,Protect transmission of Ethernet signals with 48V DC / 34V AC power supply circuits against
lightning induced surges.
3,Enhanced surge protection.
4,For mounting on 35mm DIN rails acc. to EN 60715
5,It can effectively ensure the equipments work properly
Easy installation or retrofit
Fail-safe /self-protected designRemote indicator (optional) with 3pin NO/NC contact
IP20 finger-safe designVisual indicator
Small foot print
●Motor controls systems
●Power transfer equipment
● AC drives
Technology SPD parameter(Note:According to user requirement ,can be customized Uc=140V,440V,550V,voltage range of range of the SPD):
|Type No.||Rated Voltage(V) Un||Continuous Voltage Uc(V~)||Standard Discharge Current In(KA)||
Max Discharge Current
|Protection Level(KA~)||Response Time(ns)|
Transient voltage surgesin lv power lines
Transient overvoltages are voltage surges that can reach tens ofkilovolts with a duration of the order of microseconds.Despite theirshort duration, the high energy content can cause serious problemsto equipment connected to the line, from premature aging to
destruction, causing disruptions to service and financial loss.Thistype of surge can have various different causes, including
atmospheric lightning directly striking the external protection(lightning rods) on a building or transmission line or the associatedinduction of electromagnetic fields on metallic conductors.
Outdoor and longer lines are the most exposed to these fields,which often receive high levels of induction.
It is also common for non-weather phenomena, such as
transformer centre switching or the disconnection of motors orother inductive loads to cause voltage spikes in adjacent lines.
Although a lower current is induced,the effect produced is equally or moredestructive, due to the greatersensitivity of electronic equipmentconnected to communications lines(telephone, Ethernet, R, etc.).