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Surge Protection Device, 1 Phase, 120/240V
- Item # 1EC58
- Mfr. Model # PA120T
- UNSPSC # 39121610
- Catalog Page # 275
- Shipping Weight 1.5 lbs.
- Item Surge Protection Device
- Phase 1
- Voltage 120/240VAC
- Max. Continuing Operating Voltage 150/300VAC
- Voltage Protection Rating 700V (N-G), 800V (L-N), 1200V (L-G), 1500V (L-L)
- Nominal Discharge Current 10kA
- Modes of Protection L-G, L-L, L-N, N-G
- Filtering / Nonfiltering Nonfiltering
- Modular / Nonmodular Nonmodular
- Mounting Style Surface
- Enclosure Material Plastic
- Enclosure NEMA Rating 4X
- Length 6.31"
- Width 4.75"
- Depth 3.56"
- Joules 810
- Max. Surge Current Per Phase 80kA
- Max. Surge Current Per Mode 160kA
- Short Circuit Current Rating 5kA
- Number of Poles 2
- Number of Wires 4
- Standards UL1449, CSA C22.2 No. 8
- Includes Protection Status Indicator, Short Circuit and Thermal Fusing
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