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- ItemHardwired Surge Protection
- Location Type2
- Nominal Discharge Current5kA
- Number of Poles2
- Max. Surge Current Per Phase80kA
- Max. Surge Current Per Mode160kA
- Max. Continuing Operating Voltage130/260V
- Voltage Protection Rating800VL-N
- Short Circuit Current Rating5kA
- Modes of ProtectionAll-Mode
- Mounting StyleSurface
- Material of ConstructionPlastic
- Enclosure Type4X
- StandardsUL1449, CSA C22.2 No. 8
- IncludesShort Circuit and Thermal Fusing and Visual Indication of Protection Status
Compliance and Restrictions
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