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SPD for communication equipment

 
SPD for communication equipment  

These SPD are for the protection of human personnel and equipment installed in communication, control and instrumentation lines.

The SPD shape and form can be selected according to the installation location, and the internal circuitry selected according to the line type.

 
     

SPD related terminology

 
 

ZP type

 

ZPW-NM type

 

CLP type

ZP type   ZPW-NM type   CLP type

Category C2, category D1 compliant
RoHS compliant

This is a thin type SPD (surge protective device) for communication equipment that affords ample protection against induction lightning.

 

IEC Category C2 / D1 compliant
RoHS compliant
Deterioration display function

SPD for communication, controlling and instrumentation lines. Applicable to 4-core lines.

 

Category C2, category D1 compliant
RoHS compliant

This is a high withstand capacity SPD (surge protective device) for communication equipment that protects equipment from lightning surges that may enter telephone lines, control lines and other communication lines.

 

SmartSPD SMB-KRAPS1 type

 

KR type

 

RM-VS type

Smart SPD SMB-KRAPS1 type   KR type   RM-VS type

Smart SPD series
Category C2, D1 compliant
RoHS compliant
SPD for KRONE LSA-PLUS terminals. A lightning sensor mounted in a compact cabinet shows replacement recommendation levels.

 

Category C2, category D1 compliant
RoHS compliant

The KRONE LSA-PLUS terminal SPD (surge protective device) boasts a worldwide share of the communication terminals used in MDF and IDF.

 

Category C2, category D1 compliant
RoHS compliant

SPD (surge protective device) for R&M made compact terminals

 

SN type

 

Insulation modules

(insulation transformers for communications equipment)
   
SN type   Insulation modules (insulation transformers for communications equipment)    

RoHS compliant

This SPD (surge protective device) provides protection for equipment against lightning surges that may enter communication and instrumentation lines.

 

These devices are used to protect equipment from irregular voltage that occurs between floors in communication center buildings.

   
 
 
 
 

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