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- ItemSurge Protection Device
- TypeModular Din-Rail
- Location TypeType 4
- Nominal Discharge Current20kA
- Number of Poles1
- Max. Surge Current Per Phase50kA
- Max. Surge Current Per Mode50 kA
- Max. Continuing Operating Voltage180
- Voltage Protection Rating500V (L-N)
- Short Circuit Current Rating200 kA
- Modes of ProtectionL-N
- Mounting StyleDIN-Rail
- Material of ConstructionPolyethelene Terphthalate
- Enclosure TypeIP20
- Wire Gauge6 -14 AWG
- StandardsUL1449 3rd Edition/ IEC 61643
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