Product feature and details
1. Earthing is possible on DIN rail.
2. Different models are suitable to use for universal 20mA current loop, TTL, analog telephone line, measurement system and high-frequency bus and data transmission systems.
3. Compact size to save much installation space.
4. 35mm DIN-rail mounting.
In the company, we have first-class laboratories and R&D platform: Lightening Simulation Laboratory of 8/20μs150KA compatible with 10／350μs50kA, Pressure Sensitive Resistance Tester, Combination Wave Generator of 1.2/50μs, Voltage Generator of 1.2/50μs, Clearance and Discharge Tube Detector, Remote Signal Detector, Thermal Stability Test System, Lightning Online Monitoring System, Intelligent Lightning Protection Detection System, the Frequency Current Test of SPD Backup Protector, Lightning Current Test System and so on. All of these advanced detection equipments ensure the security and stability of our products.
Q1: What's the difference between a surge protector and a fuse?
A: A fuse is designed to stop sudden large electric currents from damaging the equipment in your house. Most fuses are very thin pieces of wire designed to allow only so much current through them. A fuse, then, is a very drastic form of protection: if anything happens, it shuts off the electricity completely. A surge protector is designed to smooth out smaller fluctuations in voltage and it doesn't normally shut down the circuit when a problem occurs. You need both fuses and surge protectors for good protection from electrical problems.
Q2: Are surge protectors worth it?
A: Yes, lightning can and does cause electrical surges, but the voltage of lightning is so great that most surge protectors won't be able to withstand their power. During a lightning storm, the only way to be absolutely sure that your devices won't be surged is to unplug them.
Q3: Do you offer a catalog?
A:Yes. you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your mailing address and CATALOG REQUEST in the subject line of the email.