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Surge Protector, DIN Rail, 1250 Series, Data Line, 150 V

1250-1S-120 - Surge Protector, DIN Rail, 1250 Series, Data Line, 150 V

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Manufacturer:
BOURNS BOURNS
Manufacturer Part No:
1250-1S-120
Newark Part No.:
95W5532
Product Range
1250 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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1250 Series
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Data Line
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150V
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50kA
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Product Overview

The 1250 series general duty Surge Protective Device (SPD) designed to protect high risk electrical service entrance and branch panels. This SPD is intended to be installed at the front end of the installation, in the main switchboard, close to sensitive terminals or in installations without LPS (lightning rods). It is a single-pole module that can be configured for both common mode and differential mode protection in single and three phase applications up to 480V.
  • 100kA Maximum discharge current rating
  • Multi-pole uniblock design
  • DIN rail mountable
  • UL 60691 compliant integrated thermal disconnect
  • Visual fault indicator
  • Remote signalling capability
  • Compact design ideal for limited spaces

Applications

Safety, Industrial

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