1 Phase Surge Arrester, 1.2 kV, DIN Rail Mount

Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): DE
Product Details

Phoenix Contact Surge Arresters

Surge protection for the power supply with safe energy control

Varistor arrester free of leakage current
Extremely narrow design, just 12mm per position
Plug-in
Low voltage protection level of 1.5 kV
Optical and mechanical status indicator

Industrial Circuit Protection

Specifications
Attribute Value
Voltage Protection Rating 1.2 kV
Electrical Phase 1
Series VAL-SEC-T2-1S-175-FM
Mounting Style DIN Rail
Impulse Discharge Current 40kA
Length 97.9mm
Width 25.4mm
Depth 74.5mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -40°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +80°C
Dimensions 97.9 x 25.4 x 74.5 mm
Operating Temperature Range -40 → +80 °C
Temporarily out of stock - back order for despatch 23/06/2020, delivery within 5 working days from despatch date
Price Each
SGD 387.23
(exc. GST)
SGD 414.34
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 +
SGD387.23
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