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  • The new generation of SPDs that represents the new state of the art in surge protection devices and brings to market a new technology.

     

     

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  • SPDs for applications with additional interference filtering demand.

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  • SPD for direct current DC applications and for photovoltaic applications. They are generally installed as close as possible to the origin of the installation, e.g. in Main Distribution Boards (MDBs), as well as in Sub Distribution Boards (SDBs). 

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  • SPDs for protection of public illumination used in urban or extra-urban areas to protect against direct or indirect lightning strikes.

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  • SPDs for protection of network equipment (HUBs/SWITCHES) in structured cabling systems according categories 5 and 6 and for the protection of telephone and ADSL-ISDN circuits.

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  • SPDs for telecommunication and signalling applications. Typical installation: in series with the signal/telecommunication circuit for the equipment with "low resistability" according Recommendation ITU-T K.45 / "low surge immunity" according IEC/EN 61000-4-5.

     

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  • Isolating Sparks Gaps (ISGs) for lightning protection systems and low-voltage limiters for use in railways systems.

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  • Surge Arresters for protection of transformers, switchgears and transmission lines in MV plants. Surge Arresters in line discharge class I and superior on request.

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  • High Voltage Surge Arresters. Typical use: high voltage surge arresters for the protection of HV/MV transformers, switches and power transmission lines. Designed, produced and tested in accordance with the IEC standards. 

     

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