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Surge Protection UL 1449 3rd Edition
Mfg: Meter-Treater Published: 2010 Version: 0810 3rd Edition 24 pages
Surge Protection Devices are used to protect equipment in a wide variety of facilities. Printing Houses Surge Protection Devices are used to protect many different types of equipment. The TST Series of SPDs (surge protection devices) are designed to protect sensitive electronic equipment from the harmful effects of transients and RFI/EMI interference. Add to My Library
Surge Protection for Utility Programs
Mfg: Meter-Treater Published: 2010 Version: 0810 24 pages
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Utility Equipment Surge Protection
Mfg: Meter-Treater Published: 2010 Version: MS-272-12052008 16 pages
The TST Series of SPDs (surge protection devices) are designed to protect sensitive electronic equipment from the harmful effects of transients and RFI/EMI interference. Models are configured for ei-ther parallel or series installation or can be either din rail or wall mounted. Units are rated as type 4 SPDs for application in Type 2 locations making the TST Series the ideal choice for incorporation into con-trol cabinets to protect SCADA Systems, PLCs, and most other sen-sitive microelectronic based equipment. Add to My Library
Communication Line Surge Protection
Mfg: Meter-Treater Published: 2010 Version: MS-267-10162008B 12 pages
Transient Voltage that exceeds the nominal signalling volt-age. Each line is protected against surge current impulses up to 10kA. The SST Series is configured to work in series or parallel with the measurement/control lines being protected, divert-ing harmful transient energies while maintaining a tight clamp at the peak voltage. Add to My Library