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. 445-5274
Mfr. Part No.2839282
PHP2,178.75
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Base Element 240 V DIN Rail - PT-BE/FM 90mm 17.5mm 66mm 90 x 17.5 x 66mm - - - -
RS Stock No. 881-5998
Mfr. Part No.420-DIN
PHP4,413.10
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Surge Protection Device - - - 420 - - - - - - - -
RS Stock No. 788-6763
Mfr. Part No.ESP Cat-6/PoE
BrandWJ Furse
PHP22,740.99
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Cat-6 PoE Surge Protector 58 V DIN Rail 1 kA, 10 kA ESP Cat-6 106mm 24mm 60mm 106 x 24 x 60mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 802-6524
Mfr. Part No.2794903
PHP1,323.70
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Surge Arrester Protection Module 24 V dc DIN Rail 2kA TT-SLKK5/ 24DC 66.5mm 6.2mm 69.5mm 66.5 x 6.2 x 69.5mm - -40°C +85°C -
RS Stock No. 793-3783
Mfr. Part No.ESP 240-16A/BX
BrandWJ Furse
PHP11,594.22
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Low Current Mains Protector 280 V DIN Rail 10kA ESP 240 120mm 56mm 80mm 120 x 80 x 56mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 891-3572
Mfr. Part No.STCP0E65FF
BrandSolaHD
PHP4,303.02
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Isolated Ethernet Protector 60 V dc Flange Mount 10kA STC-PoE 58.4mm 25.4mm 20.3mm 58.4 x 25.4 x 20.3mm - - - -
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. 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. 768-1782
Mfr. Part No.DR M 2P 255 FM
BrandDehn
PHP5,178.06
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Surge Arrester 255 V ac/dc DIN Rail 5kA DR 90mm 18mm 66mm 90 x 18 x 66mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 802-6732
Mfr. Part No.2838050
PHP11,602.50
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Telephone Line Protector 7 V dc Plug In 10kA D-DS1-A/RJ45-BB 25.4mm 102mm 25.4mm 25.4 x 102 x 25.4mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 768-1726
Mfr. Part No.DV M TN 255 FM
BrandDehn
PHP30,174.24
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Lightning Arrester 255 V ac DIN Rail 50kA DV 90mm 72mm 66mm 90 x 72 x 66mm - -40°C +60°C -
RS Stock No. 802-8390
Mfr. Part No.2920683
PHP18,216.98
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Surge Protection Device 150 V ac DIN Rail, Screw Mount 10kA SFP 1-15/120AC 112mm 79mm 93mm 112 x 79 x 93mm - -25°C +50°C -
RS Stock No. 802-8340
Mfr. Part No.2881803
PHP6,142.50
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Base Element 1000 V ac DIN Rail, Screw Mount - VAL-MS/3+0-BE/FM 53.4mm 51.5mm 99mm 53.4 x 51.5 x 99mm - -40°C +80°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 -
RS Stock No. 853-0225
Mfr. Part No.2882598
PHP11,707.50
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Surge Arrester Protection Module 28 V ac, 40 V dc Screw Mount 20kA S-PT-1X2-24DC-3/4 34mm 148mm 34mm 34 x 148 x 34mm - -40°C +85°C -
RS Stock No. 788-6741
Mfr. Part No.ESP 110E
BrandWJ Furse
PHP7,096.30
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Twisted Pair Surge Protector 132 V DIN Rail 5 kA, 20 kA ESP E 120mm 19mm 54mm 120 x 54 x 19mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 111-664
Mfr. Part No.3406.17.0009
PHP10,801.25
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EMP Protector 200 V Panel Mount 5 kA, 10 kA 3406 48.1mm - 25.9 Dia.mm - - -40°C +85°C -
RS Stock No. 788-6769
Mfr. Part No.ESP Cat-6
BrandWJ Furse
PHP20,327.83
Each
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Cat-6 Surge Protector 5 V DIN Rail 1 kA, 10 kA ESP Cat-6 106mm 24mm 60mm 106 x 24 x 60mm - -40°C +80°C -
RS Stock No. 851-8221
Mfr. Part No.1500-1D
BrandBourns
PHP6,555.68
Each (In a Pack of 10)
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Isolated Ethernet Protector 150 V Wall Mount 3kA 1500 65.1mm 25.12mm 107.01mm 65.1 x 25.12 x 107.01mm - -40°C +65°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 -
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