Type 2/3 surge protection, consisting of protective plug and base element, with integrated status indicator and remote signaling for single-phase power supply networks. Nominal voltage: 120 V AC/DC
Type 1, type 2 and type 3 surge protection for power supplies
Type 1, 2, and 3 surge protection protects against malfunctions and defects caused by overvoltages. In the absence of effective protection, high costs are likely due to system failures. In the worst-case scenario, the affected equipment will need to be repaired or replaced. The multi-stage concept from Phoenix Contact provides effective protection for systems and devices.More information
- Arrester class in accordance with IEC
- Voltage type
- Supply system configuration
- Nominal voltage
- Product type
- Lightning impulse current
- Fault alarm
Surge protective device, three channel with remote indicator contact for 480 V AC DELTA.
Type 3 surge protection, consisting of protective plug and base element, with integrated status indicator and remote signaling for single-phase power supply networks. Nominal voltage: 24 V AC/DC
Type 2/3 surge protection, consisting of protective plug and base element with screw connection. For single-phase power supply network with integrated status indicator and remote signaling. Nominal voltage: 230 V AC/DC
Plug-in surge arrester, in accordance with Type 2/Class II, for 1-phase power supply networks with separate N and PE (3-conductor system: L1, N, PE), with remote indication contact.
Surge protective device, two channel with remote indicator contact for 120 V AC, 2-wire plus ground.
Base element for protective plugs from the PLT-SEC-...-UT/PT product series with remote indication contact.
Replacement plug for type 2/3 surge protection from the PLT-SEC-…-UT/PT product series. Nominal voltage 120 V.
Base element for type 2 arresters of the VALVETRAB MS series of products, with remote indication contact. Design: 1-channel
Surge protection connector type 2 with high-capacity varistor for VAL-MS base element, thermal monitoring, visual fault warning. Design: 500 V AC
- Powerful components enable use in all common power supply systems
- Spark gap technology with no line follow current delivers superior system availability
- Consistent protection across all protection stages with coordinated protective devices
- Narrow design enables space-saving and inexpensive installation
- Know what’s happening in advance with the predictive testing of pluggable protective devices
- Surge protection for power supplies is part of the COMPLETE line system
The Safe Energy Control product range
The SEC (Safe Energy Control) product family is synonymous with exceptional durability and maximum performance in the field of lightning and surge protection. With technologically leading spark gaps, we ensure the uninterrupted protection of your system. The direct coordination between spark gap and varistor in the special combined lightning current and surge arrester ensures that your sensitive devices are given the maximum protection – even in the event of dynamic overvoltages. At the same time, the family offers the first type 3 surge protective device in the world to feature Push-in connection technology for quick and easy installation. The uniform, compact design and operation without the need for a backup fuse completes the SEC family.
The difference between type 1, type 2, and type 3 surge protection
Type 1 combined lightning current and surge arresters are used in unmetered areas. They must satisfy the most stringent requirements, as they are supposed to protect against the effects of direct lightning strikes. The demand placed on the short-circuit current rating is very high in a typical main distribution installation environment. In order to be able to meet these requirements, powerful technology, such as spark gap technology, is required.
Type 1+2 combined lightning current and surge arresters are lightning current arresters which, in addition to the lightning current test, also fulfill the required tests of type 2 surge protective devices. The Type 1+2 special combined lightning current and surge arrester offers a special feature. It combines powerful spark gaps directly with varistor-based surge protective devices.
Type 2 surge protective devices with a low discharge capacity are installed in the metered area. They are generally installed in subdistributions or machine control cabinets. These surge protective devices must be able to discharge induced overvoltages from indirect lightning strikes or switching operations, but do not have to handle direct lightning strikes. Discharge technology with fast response behavior – such as varistor technology – has proven itself here.
Type 3 surge protective devices with the lowest discharge capacity, also known as device protection, are installed as close as possible to the end device. Special surge protective devices are needed for signal lines. These are also installed immediately upstream of the end devices to be protected. The devices are available in a wide range of designs to suit the various different installation environments. In addition to standard DIN rail mounting, there are products for installation in sockets or for direct mounting on a PCB of the end device.
Technologically speaking, type 3 surge protection is similar to type 2, which is based on varistors, but the requirements concerning discharge capacity are even lower compared to type 2. Type 2/3 surge protection is provided above all on cables that lead into a building from the outside.