Protect your systems and electrical devices against excessively high voltage peaks caused by switching operations and lightning strikes.
You should plan your protection concept for lightning and surge protection so that all cables, devices, and systems are protected.
The protective circuit principle is easy to illustrate: Draw an imaginary circle around the object you want to protect. Surge protective devices must be installed at all points where cables intersect this circle. This ensures that the area within the protective circuit is protected in such a way that conducted surge voltages are prevented. An effective protective circuit helps ensure seamless surge protection.