Mersen 255 V ac 20kA STPT23, Plug In Mounting

  • RS Stock No. 179-3079
  • Mfr. Part No. 83230000
  • Manufacturer Mersen
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): ES
Product Details

STP T23 20 is the series of combined Type 2+3/Class II+III devices for discharging voltage surges while providing a very fine voltage protection level. Suitable as the final stage of protection in panels with Type 2 protection devices installed upstream such as STP T2 40 SPDs. These SPDs should be installed as close as possible to the equipment being protected.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Maximum Voltage Rating 255 V ac
Mounting Type Plug In
Maximum Surge Current 20kA
Series STPT23
1 In stock for delivery within 3 working days
Price Each
SGD 87.91
(exc. GST)
SGD 94.06
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 - 1
SGD87.91
2 - 4
SGD82.31
5 - 9
SGD77.52
10 - 19
SGD73.33
20 +
SGD68.57
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