Din-Rail AC Surge and Filter Protection Device

Din-Rail AC Surge protectors & RFI noise to protect sensitive equipment
Din-Rail AC power surge protectors are integrated products that cut the remaining electrical impulses at very low, RFI filter especially designed to protect sensitive equipment. This combination of functions result in enhanced efficiency against transient overvoltages and RF interferences. It is connected in series on AC network, installed in the main electrical switchboard, to protect a remote or sensitive equipment.
Model : DSH63
DSH63 Coordination inductor for surge protectors These coordination inductors are specially designed to control the implementation of the primary and secondary levels of SPD surge protectors. They are necessary where ...
Model : DS41HFS-230
DS41HFS-230 - TYPE 2 AC SURGE PROTECTOR + RFI FILTERING DS40HF Surge Protectors are designed for primary surge protection AC networks. They provide common-mode protection (between the active conductors and ...
Model : DSH35
These coordination inductors are specially designed to control the implementation of the primary and secondary levels of SPD surge protectors. They are necessary where the coordination cannot be accomplished using ...
Model : DS-HF
DS-HF - TYPE 2+3 SINGLE-PHASE SURGE PROTECTOR AND FILTER The DS-HF is a secondary type 2 surge protector and RFI filter especially designed to protect sensitive equipment connected to single-phase ...
Model : DUC
DUC - DIN-rail filtering Capacitor CITEL model DUC is a din rail mount filter devices compliment AC Surge Protective Devices (SPDs) and will help to completely protect downstream equipment from ...
Model : AT-8435
ATLINK 35 Decoupling inductor for protector power supply coordination Proper protection against transient overvoltages requires good coordination between protectors. ATLINK series inductors produce decoupling between protectors when they are connected ...
Model : AT-8463
ATLINK 63 Decoupling inductor for protector power supply coordination Proper protection against transient overvoltages requires good coordination between protectors. ATLINK series inductors produce decoupling between protectors when they are connected ...