Phoenix Contact 21 V ac, 30 V dc 10kA TT-2-PE-M-24DC Surge Protection Device, DIN Rail, Screw Mount Mounting

Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
COO (Country of Origin): DE
Product Details

Terminal block with surge protector TT-UK5/ 24DC

TERMITRAB K5 is the 4mm2 through-terminal with integrated suppressor diode between terminal body and mounting rail
Fitting terminal to earthed DIN-EN mounting rail provides surge protection
An end plate must be ordered separately for closing a terminal block

Technical specifications
Clamping width: 6.2mm
Height: 47mm
Length: 43mm
Nom. current: 34A
Nom. voltage: 24V DC
Max. Signal voltage: 28.2V DC
Nominal impulse discharge current: 303A
Specifications
Attribute Value
Suppressor Type Surge Protection Device
Maximum Voltage Rating 21 V ac, 30 V dc
Mounting Type DIN Rail, Screw Mount
Maximum Surge Current 10kA
Series TT-2-PE-M-24DC
Length 6.2mm
Depth 66.45mm
Height 92mm
Dimensions 6.2 x 66.45 x 92mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +80°C
17 In Global stock for delivery within 4 - 6 working days
Price Each
MYR 409.04
units
Per unit
1 +
MYR409.04
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