Protección Contra Sobretensiones

Safe and Reliable Protection for Electrical Equipment

What is surge?

Surge voltages are short, pulse-like voltage peaks also known as transients.  Lightning strikes are the most well-known cause of extreme surge voltage pulses.  Electrical equipment is continually stressed by the hundreds of transients that occur every day in the power supply network, such as those caused by switching operations.  Also known as surge protection devices (SPD), or transient voltage surge suppressors (TVSS), Enerdoor provides comprehensive protection against surge voltages.

Why is surge protection important?

Surge protection is important because surge voltages cause device destruction, system downtime, data loss, production downtime and total system failures.  The comprehensive Enerdoor surge protection series diverts harmful overvoltage transients caused by external (lightning) or internal (switching) events to ground safely.

All models in this series include remote contact and visual indicators, and comply with the UL 1449, IEC 61643-11, and VDE 0675 International Standards.  DIN rail and screw mounting options are available with select models offering plug and play replaceable cards for quick and easy installation and replacement.

Benefits of Enerdoor Surge Arresters:

  • Protect electronic equipment within any industrial or manufacturing facility
  • Prevent production downtime, data loss and total system failure
  • Protect against electrical transients that find their way onto electrical conductors
  • Excellent protection for electrical panels
  • Protection against surge and overvoltage spikes
  • Visual and remote contact indicators

Please contact Enerdoor Support anytime to discuss your application requirements.  We would be esteemed to be your reliable partner for any issues relating to surge protection. Please email us at info@enerdoor.com, call 207-210-6511 or contact your local sales rep. 

To download the Surge Protection catalog, please click here. 

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BG (G) 25
  • Clase I+II
  • Tensión nominal 120 - 600 Vac
  • Máxima protección de fase 100 kA, neutral 200 kA
  • Indicador de contacto visual y remoto

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BG (G) 50
  • Clase I+II
  • Tensión nominal 120 - 600 Vac
  • Máxima protección de fase 150 kA, neutral 200 kA
  • Indicador de contacto visual y remoto

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BM (G) 12.5
  • Clase I+II
  • Tensión nominal 120 - 600 Vac
  • Máxima protección de fase 80 kA, neutral 100 kA
  • Indicador de contacto visual y remoto

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FINPR
  • Clase II
  • Protección contra picos de sobretensión y sobretensión
  • Tensión nominal 120 - 600 Vac
  • Máxima protección de fase 50 kA, neutral 50 kA
  • Cartuchos reemplazables

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FINPRS
  • Clase II
  • Aplicación DC
  • Tensión nominal 500 - 1200 Vdc 
  • Máxima protección de fase 50 kA
  • Diseñado para energía solar fotovoltaica
  • Cartuchos reemplazables

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