Mersen 230 V ac, 275 V dc 20kA STET23, DIN Rail Mounting

  • RS Stock No. 179-3072
  • Mfr. Part No. 83230403
  • Manufacturer Mersen
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Exempt
COO (Country of Origin): ES
Product Details

STE T23 20 is the series of combined Type 2+3/Class II+III devices for discharging voltage surges while providing a very fine voltage protection level. Complete with a built-in powerful EMI filter. Suitable as the final stage of protection in installations with electromagnetic disturbances which might interrupt, degrade or limit system performance. Series connection for applications up to 20A rated current.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Maximum Voltage Rating 230 V ac, 275 V dc
Mounting Type DIN Rail
Maximum Surge Current 20kA
Series STET23
Length 62mm
Depth 69mm
Height 90mm
Dimensions 62 x 69 x 90mm
2 In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 6 working days
Price Each
MYR 1,421.90
units
Per unit
1 - 1
MYR1,421.90
2 - 4
MYR1,292.60
5 - 9
MYR1,184.90
10 - 19
MYR1,093.80
20 +
MYR992.10
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