Surge Suppressor Units

Surge suppressor units are a kind of protective device used to ensure that electrical equipment is not damaged by a sudden voltage spike. This can be caused by a lightning strike or simply an electrical fault. Surge suppressors are often built into devices such as power strips, but they are also available as standalone units.

How do surge suppressor units work?

Surge suppressor units protect devices by blocking or diverting the excess voltage to the ground. They are triggered when the voltage exceeds a pre-determined threshold. They are often used as part of power distribution units, and sometimes come with a warning light to indicate pre-failure.

Types of surge suppressor units

Surge suppressor units can vary in a number of ways, including the mounting method they require, their maximum surge current, and the type of electrical equipment they are to be used with. For example:

  • a coaxial surge suppressor is used with coaxial cable
  • a category 6 surge suppressor is used with category 6 cables

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Description Price Suppressor Type Maximum Voltage Rating Mounting Type Maximum Surge Current Series Length Depth Height Dimensions Lead Pitch Minimum Operating Temperature Maximum Operating Temperature CAD Drawing
RS Stock No. 311-5925
Mfr. Part No.95600000
BrandSollatek
PHP17,030.64
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Over Voltage Protector, Under Voltage Protector 230 V - 6.5kA AVS3P-0 185mm 132mm 53mm 185 x 132 x 53mm - - - -
RS Stock No. 786-9342
Mfr. Part No.DSH TN 255
BrandDehn
PHP17,978.48
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Lightning Arrester 255 V ac DIN Rail 12.5 kA, 25 kA DSH 36mm 72mm 90mm 36 x 72 x 90mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 768-1827
Mfr. Part No.DRL 10 B 180
BrandDehn
PHP7,701.73
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Lightning Arrester 127 V ac, 180 V dc Plug In 10kA DRL LSA 113mm 22mm 36mm 113 x 22 x 36mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 456-8099
Mfr. Part No.ESP 415M1R
BrandWJ Furse
PHP55,595.31
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Mains Surge Protector 280 V Panel Mount 6.25 kA, 80 kA ESP M1 110mm 73mm 180mm 180 x 110 x 73mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 788-6794
Mfr. Part No.ESP RF 111221
BrandWJ Furse
PHP7,697.06
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Coaxial Surge Protector 85 V Screw Mount 2.5 kA, 20 kA ESP RF 58mm 25.8mm 40mm 58 x 25.8 x 40mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 853-0063
Mfr. Part No.2801241
PHP7,507.50
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Lightning Arrester 75 V ac, 100 V dc DIN Rail 30kA VAL-MS-T1/T2 48/12.5/1+0 17.5mm 77.5mm 90mm 17.5 x 77.5 x 90mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 785-8231
Mfr. Part No.1500-2S-W
BrandBourns
PHP6,070.05
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Grounded Ethernet Protector 360 V dc Wall Mount 3kA 1500 65mm 25.12mm 107.01mm 65 x 25.12 x 107.01mm - -40°C +65°C -
RS Stock No. 768-1820
Mfr. Part No.BXTU ML2 BD S 0-180
BrandDehn
PHP9,847.19
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Lightning Arrester 127 V ac, 180 V dc DIN Rail 20kA BXTU 12mm 66mm 90mm 12 x 66 x 90mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 802-6738
Mfr. Part No.2832124
PHP7,882.27
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Protective Plug 24 V dc DIN Rail 10kA TT-EX(I)- 24DC 79.6mm 6.2mm 54.6mm 79.6 x 6.2 x 54.6mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 851-8212
Mfr. Part No.1250-1S-120
BrandBourns
PHP4,240.43
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1 Pole Protector 150 V DIN Rail 50kA 1250 67mm 18mm 90mm 67 x 18 x 90mm - -50°C +85°C -
RS Stock No. 785-8196
Mfr. Part No.1977-09-A01
BrandBourns
PHP5,193.30
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Coaxial Surge Protector 130 V dc Through Hole 20kA 1977 68mm 26 (Dia.)mm - 68 x 26 (Dia.)mm - -50°C +85°C -
RS Stock No. 768-1779
Mfr. Part No.DG S 275
BrandDehn
PHP4,311.16
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Type 2 Arrester 275 V ac, 350 V dc Plug In 40kA DG 90mm 18mm 66mm 90 x 18 x 66mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 785-8134
Mfr. Part No.1250-3S-230
BrandBourns
PHP16,806.38
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3 Pole Protector 415 V ac DIN Rail 50kA 1250 54mm 67mm 90mm 54 x 67 x 90mm - -50°C +85°C -
RS Stock No. 172-7300
Mfr. Part No.1320-S-110
BrandBourns
PHP5,282.03
Each (In a Box of 8)
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2 Pole Protector 150 V dc DIN Rail 40kA 1320 18mm 67mm 90mm 18 x 67 x 90mm - -40°C +85°C -
RS Stock No. 881-5841
Mfr. Part No.DRS48030
PHP19,088.17
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3 Phase - - - - 71.1mm 90.2mm - 71.1 x 66 x 90.2mm - -40°C +85°C -
RS Stock No. 172-8712
Mfr. Part No.1210-3S-230
BrandBourns
PHP17,781.333
Each (In a Box of 3)
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3 Pole Protector 415 V ac DIN Rail 100kA 1210 54mm 67mm 90mm 54 x 67 x 90mm - -50°C +85°C -
RS Stock No. 768-1763
Mfr. Part No.DG M TT 2P 275 FM
BrandDehn
PHP10,490.75
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Type 2 Arrester 275 V ac DIN Rail 40kA DG 36mm 66mm 90mm 36 x 66 x 90mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 853-0114
Mfr. Part No.2801257
PHP10,817.10
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Surge Arrester Protection Module 37 V ac, 53 V dc DIN Rail 10kA PT-IQ-1X2-48DC-PT 17.7mm 77.5mm 109.3mm 17.7 x 77.5 x 109.3mm - -40°C +70°C -
RS Stock No. 802-6722
Mfr. Part No.2818795
PHP9,607.50
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Telephone Line Protector 185 V dc Plug In 2.5kA D-FM-A/RJ45-BB 25.4mm 102mm 25.4mm 25.4 x 102 x 25.4mm - -25°C +85°C -
RS Stock No. 707-9804
Mfr. Part No.DVSB400654TNS
PHP18,822.69
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Lightning Protector 320 V ac, 420 V ac DIN Rail 20kA DVSB 72mm 70mm 90mm 72 x 70 x 90mm - -40°C +80°C -
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