Mersen 275 V ac 20kA STMT23, DIN Rail Mounting

  • RS Stock No. 179-3071
  • Mfr. Part No. 83230511
  • Manufacturer Mersen
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): ES
Product Details

STM T23 20 S is the series of combined Type 2+3/Class II+III devices for discharging voltage surges while providing a very fine voltage protection level. Suitable as the final stage of protection in panels with Type 2 protection devices installed upstream. These SPDs should be installed as close as possible to the equipment being protected. Ideal for limited spaces. Wide range of voltage ratings

Specifications
Attribute Value
Maximum Voltage Rating 275 V ac
Mounting Type DIN Rail
Maximum Surge Current 20kA
Series STMT23
Length 18mm
Depth 65mm
Height 86mm
Dimensions 18 x 65 x 86mm
Temporarily out of stock - back order for despatch 03/02/2020, delivery within 4 working days from despatch date
Price Each
MYR 769.00
units
Per unit
1 - 1
MYR769.00
2 - 4
MYR699.10
5 - 9
MYR640.90
10 - 19
MYR591.60
20 +
MYR536.60
Related Products
The ABB OVR series surge suppressor unit is ...
Description:
The ABB OVR series surge suppressor unit is a protective device to ensure that electrical equipment is not damaged by a sudden voltage spike. It has an electrical rating of 296V and 20kA. It is a combined category D, C, ...
STP T12 12.5 is the series of combined ...
Description:
STP T12 12.5 is the series of combined Type 1+2/Class I+II devices for discharging lightning currents and protecting against voltage surges. Suitable as the first step of protection in incoming power supply panels and areas with exposure to the atmosphere, ...
STP T2 40 is the series of Type ...
Description:
STP T2 40 is the series of Type 2/Class II devices for discharging voltage surges. Suitable for the second stage of protection in supply distribution panels in which Type 1 protection devices are installed upstream, or for the first stage ...
Voltage surges, often referred to as spikes or ...
Description:
Voltage surges, often referred to as spikes or transients are typically caused by switching of fluorescent lights, fuses blowing or nearby lightning activity. The worst voltage surges are usually caused by lightning and can reach up to 6000V, with current ...