Dehn 275 V ac 40kA DG Type 2 Arrester, DIN Rail Mounting

  • RS Stock No. 768-1750
  • Mfr. Part No. DG M TN 275 FM
  • Manufacturer Dehn
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COO (Country of Origin): DE
Product Details

DEHNguard Modular Surge Arresters Type 2

DEHNguard Modular Type 2 surge arrestors, supplied as a prewired base with plug in modules

Energy coordinated with other Dehn Redline products in accordance with BS7671 amendment 1
High discharge capacity using heavy duty metal oxide varistors and spark gaps
Status indication using Thermo Dynamic Control for monitoring of the SPD
Tool less replacement of the plugs for repair and test functions

Surge Protection Devices, SPDs (DIN-rail)

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 surges of over 3000A. The maximum size of the voltage and current surges depends on the location within the building's wiring system. BS7671: 2011 Amendment 1 Sections 443 and 534 cover risk assessment and provides guidance on protection of electronic equipment for installation engineers to follow. The fullest information on lightning and surge protection comes from the BSEN 62305 series of standards.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Suppressor Type Type 2 Arrester
Maximum Voltage Rating 275 V ac
Mounting Type DIN Rail
Maximum Surge Current 40kA
Series DG
Length 36mm
Depth 66mm
Height 90mm
Dimensions 36 x 66 x 90mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +80°C
17 In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 6 working days
Price Each
MYR 634.39
units
Per unit
1 - 4
MYR634.39
5 +
MYR602.38
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