- Class-2 insulation : continuous safety for operators and unqualified personnel.
- VISI-TRIP : detects faulty type-2 Surge Protector Devices (SPDs) outgoers quickly and reduces intervention time.
- Maximum discharge current: 8 to 65 kA.
- Surge Arrester Device or disconnector combinations certified for short-circuit current withstand, Isc, up to 50 kA (IEC 61643-11, version 2011).
- Maximum continuous operating voltage, Uc = 340 VAC, 460 VAC.
- Suitable for any earthing system: TT, TN-S, TN-C and IT.
- Fixed or pluggable Surge Arrester Device.
- Multiple-pole or single-pole products for assembly.
- Contacts for the remote transfer of end-of-life information.
It is possible to use multipolar or unipolar products for serial assembly.
The Acti9 iPRD surge arresters "r" version have dry contacts for transfering remotely the end-of-life information.
The Acti9 iPRD8 Type 3 is placed in cascade near the loads to be protected.
They should be installed in the secondary panel board, as soon as the distance from the incoming surge arrester is more than 10 meters, to ensure secondary protection.For more information click here
- Class 2 insulation: continuous safety for operators and unqualified personnel,
- VisiTrip™: quickly detects the defects of protection against the surges and reduces intervention time,
- Certified coordination with disconnection circuit-breakers,
- The strength and robustness of the connections,
- Remote monitoring of protection device state (additional feature).
- In every new house without a lightning rod (primary protection) it is now mandatory to install in the electrical switchboard a Type 2 Surge Protection Device to reach the IEC 61643-11: 2011 standard
- In a building with a height greater than 10 meters, with several dwellings, if a Type 1 surge arrester is installed in the main electrical switchboard, a Type 2 surge arrester must also be installed at the head of each divisional switchboards in order to distribute the constraints
- This complementarity of the protections is mandatory to meet the IEC 61643-11: 2011 standard.