Taking advantage of the acquired experience during the design and manufacture of electrical protective devices (SPU, SPE y SDK series) we have developed the modular protective devices range.
This product line is characterized by its robustness, compactness, simply assembly and high performances.
Type 1 Surge protective devices.
Type 1+2 Surge protective devices.
Type 2 Surge protective devices.
Type 2+3 Surge protective devices.
Type 2 surge protective devices for 1000 VDC installations.
Electrical and electronic devices are protected against transient overvoltages of atmospheric and manoeuver origin.
Class II protective devices in accordance with IEC 61643-1.
Type 2 protective devices in accordance with IEC 61643-11.
Easy supervision thanks to the disconnecting device.
Two-part design consisting in a base and a plug-in protective module.
Fault indication via red flag.
Optional remote alarm terminal.
Type 2+3 surge protective devices are installed next to the loads to be protected.
They are recommended to protect LED lighting devices against surges of atmospheric and manoeuvres origin.
Class II+III protective devices according to IEC 61643-1 standard.
A compact design.
IP65 weatherproof enclosure.
LED status indication.
TD series protective devices are designed to protect devices associated with communication networks from transient overvoltages, in particular those induced by lightning strikes, parasites of industrial origin, etc., and propagated by the communication networks themselves, mainly through galvanic and inductive coupling.
These protective devices are specially designed to protect communication lines. For this Purpose, the communication protocol, the number or pairs of wires and communication voltages you wish to protect must be taken into consideration.
These devices must be installed in series with circuits to be protected. Surge protective devices in data lines must be installed as close as possible to the devices you wish to protect and always connected to earth.
CD series protective devices are designed to protect devices associated with facilities, which use coaxial cable, from transitory overvoltages (surges) produced by lightning strikes, parasites of industrial origin, etc.and propagated by the communication networks themselves through galvanic and inductive coupling.
These devices must be installed in series with circuits to be protected, such as surveillance cameras, video recorders, telemetry devices, OF/Coax converters, etc.
To choose the proper device to install is necessary to know: the connector type, characteristic impedance and operating voltages.
Surge protective devices must be installed as close as possible to the devices to be protected and always connected to earth.