Industrial Surge Protection, 10kA, 750 V, DIN Rail Mount

Datasheets
Wetgeving en conformiteit
Conform
Land van herkomst: DE
Productomschrijving

The Phoenix industrial surge protector has integrated status protector with two signal wires . It suitable for maximum protection of sensitive equipment normally in harsh environments. It used polyamide material and its colour is grey.

Degree of protection is IP20
Ambient temperature is -40 °C to 85 °C

Specificaties
Kenmerk Waarde
Maximum Surge Current 10kA
Range Surge Protection Device
Voltage Protection Rating 750 V
Series TTC
Mounting Style DIN Rail
Impulse Discharge Current 0.5kA
Tijdelijk niet op voorraad – nieuwe voorraad verwacht op 05/11/2020, met een levertijd van 1 werkdag.
Prijs Each
83,00
(excl. BTW)
100,43
(incl. BTW)
Aantal stuks
Per stuk
1 +
83,00 €
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