CJ-D20 2p 1.2ka 20ka Power Lightning Surge Protector SPD Arrester

 Construction and Feature
  • Location of Use:  Sub-Distribution Boards
  • Mode of Protection:  L-N, N-PE
  • Surge Ratings:  In = 10kA(8/20μs)
  • IEC/EN/UL Category:  Class II+III/ Type 2+3
  • Protective Elements:  High Energy MOV and GDT
  • Housing:  Pluggable Design
  • Compliance:  IEC 61643-11:2011 / EN  61643-11:2012

Products Details

Technical Data

IEC Electrical 75 150 275 320 385 440
Nominal AC Voltage (50/60Hz) 60V 120V 230V 230V 230V 400V
Maximum Continuous Operating Voltage (AC) (L-N) Uc 75V 150V 275V 320V 385V 440V
(N-PE) Uc 255V
Nominal Discharge Current (8/20μs) (L-N)/(N-PE) In 10kV/10kA
Maximum Discharge Current (8/20μs) (L-N)/(N-PE) Imax 20kA/20kA
Voltage Protection Level (L-N)/(N-PE) Up 0.2kV/1.5kV 0.6kV/1.5kV 1.3kV/1.5kV 1.5kV/1.5kV 1.5kV/1.5kV 1.8kV/1.5kV
Follow Current Interrupt Rating (N-PE) Ifi 100ARMS
Response Time (L-N)/(N-PE) tA <25ns/<100ns
Back-Up Fuse (max) 125A gL /gG
Short-Circuit Current Rating (AC) (L-N) ISCCR 10kA
TOV Withstand 5s (L-N) UT 90V 180V 335V 335V 335V 580V
TOV 120min (L-N) UT 115V 230V 440V 440V 440V 765V
mode Withstand Withstand Safe Fail Safe Fail Safe Fail Safe Fail
TOV Withstand 200ms (N-PE) UT 1200V
Operating Temperature Range -40ºF to +158ºF[-40ºC to +70ºC]
Permissible Operating Humidity Ta 5%...95%
Atmospheric pressure and altitude RH 80k Pa..106k Pa/-500m..2000m
Terminal Screw Torque Mmax 39.9 lbf-in[4.5 Nm]
Conductor Cross Section (max) 2 AWG(Solid, Stranded) / 4 AWG (Flexible)
35 mm²(Solid,Stranded) / 25 mm²(Flexible)
Mounting 35 mm DIN Rail,EN 60715
Degree of Protection IP 20 (built-in)
Housing Material Thermoplastic: Extinguishing Degree UL 94 V-0
Thermal Protection Yes
Operating State / Fault Indication Green ok / Red defect
Remote Contacts (RC) / RC Switching Capacity Optional
RC Conductor Cross Section (max) AC:250V/0.5A;DC:250V/0.1A;125V/0.2A;75V/0.5A
16 AWG(Solid) / 1.5 mm2(Solid)
Surge Protection Device  (1)  

What is Surge Protective Device (SPD)?

The Surge Protective Device (SPD) is a component of the electrical installation protection system. This device connects in parallel to the power supply circuit of the loads that it has to protect. The surge protective device redirects electrical currents like nominal discharge current from a short circuit. It does that using either a solid-state contact or an air-gap switch. In addition, the surge protective device serves as a load-safe shutoff device for overcurrent conditions and a recloser that controls the voltage level above the rated voltage or low voltage in the event of a fault condition. We can also use the surge protective device at all levels of the power supply network. This approach is often the foremost commonly used and most effective sort of overvoltage protection. Surge protective device connected in parallel features a high impedance. In other words, the sum of the series impedance is equal to the impedance of one surge protective device. Once the transient overvoltage appears within the system, the device's impedance decreases, so surge current is driven through the surge protective device, bypassing the sensitive equipment. That is to protect equipment against overvoltage transients and disturbances, such as voltage spikes and electrical surges, frequency variations, and over-voltages caused by switching operations or lightning. When a user installs a surge strip or a surge protective device into a power line coming from a power utility that includes smoothing capacitors, surge suppressors are not necessary because these capacitors already protect from sudden changes in voltage level.

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