Surge Protection Device

Surge Protection Device 277V

Surge Protection Device 277V

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General Information
Suitable For Outdoor Use
Yes
Operating and Electrical
Input Frequency
50 to 60 Hz
Input Voltage (AC)
100-277 V
Sinking Current (Max)
10000 A
Standby Power Consumption (Max)
0.1 W
Open Circuit Voltage (DC) (Max)
10 kV
Protection Level Up (L-N) At 5 kA (Max)
1.6 kV
Protection Level Up (LN-Earth) At 5 kA (Max)
2.5 kV
Surge Current In
5000 A
Required Back-Up Fuse
16A type gL/B
Strikes At 1 kA (Common/Differential)
100/100
Strikes At 3 kA (Common/Differential)
100/100
Strikes At 5 kA (Common/Differential)
10/5
Wiring
Wire Striplength
8-9 mm
Connector Type
Screw
Allowable Wire Diameter
0.5-4.0 mm²
Temperature
T-Ambient (Max)
70 °C
T-Ambient (Min)
-40 °C
T-Case Lifetime (Nom)
70 °C
T-Case Maximum (Max)
80 °C
Approval and Application
Isolation Classification
Class I and Class II
IEC Category
III
Approval Marks
CE marking
Product Data
Order product name
Surge Protection Device 277V
EAN/UPC - Product
8718291161806
Order code
292011
Numerator - Quantity Per Pack
1
Numerator - Packs per outer box
20
Material Nr. (12NC)
929000665202
Net Weight (Piece)
0.058 kg
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Surge Protection Device 277V
Surge Protection Device 277V

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