PRF1 master modular surge arrester - 1 pole - 440VShow more characteristics >
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Main range of productMulti 9 product nameMulti 9 PRF1 product or component typeSurge arrester device short namePRF1 device applicationDistribution poles description1P remote signallingWithout surge arrester typeElectrical distribution network earthing systemIT Complementary surge arrester class typeType 1 surge arrester technologySpark gap [Ue] rated operational voltage230 V (+/- 10 %) AC 50/60 Hz [In] nominal discharge current50 kA [Iimp] impulse currentCommon mode : 35 kA L/PE 17.5 A.s [Uc] maximum continuous operating voltageCommon mode : 440 V L/PE [Up] voltage protection level<= 1.5 kV type 1 common mode L/PE [If] follow current50 kA common mode L/PE disconnector device typeAssociated circuit breaker Compact NSX160F 160 A curve C - Icu 36 kAAssociated circuit breaker Compact NSX160N 160 A curve C - Icu 50 kAAssociated circuit breaker Compact NSX160B 160 A curve C - Icu 10 kAAssociated circuit breaker Compact NSX160B 160 A curve C - Icu 15 kAAssociated circuit breaker Compact NSX160B 160 A curve C - Icu 25 kA mounting modeClip-on mounting supportDIN rail 9 mm pitches4 height151.5 mm width36 mm depth81 mm colourAnthracite grey ( RAL 7016 ) response time<= 1 µs connections - terminalsTunnel type terminal, top or bottom 10...50 mm² cable(s) rigidTunnel type terminal, top or bottom 10...35 mm² cable(s) flexible tightening torque2.5 N.m Environment standardsEN 61643-11IEC 61643-11 product certificationsCE IP degree of protectionOn front face : IP40 conforming to IEC 60529On terminal : IP20 conforming to IEC 60529 IK degree of protectionIK05 conforming to IEC 62262 relative humidity5...95 % ambient air temperature for operation-25...60 °C ambient air temperature for storage-40...85 °C Contractual warranty Warranty period18 months 18 months
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