TE Connectivity FP Series 250 V ac Maximum Voltage Rating 13.5kA Maximum Surge Current Mains Protector

Technical Reference
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
Product Details

Filtered Surge Adaptors & Plugs

Designed to provide low cost protection against mains induced interference for computers and other sensitive equipment
Reduce the effects of RFI, surges and voltage spikes
Capability to withstand 6.5kA surge

Approvals

BT D2976

Approvals

BT D2976

Transient Voltage Suppressors (Mains, Domestic)

Voltage surges, often referred to as spikes or transient overvoltages are typically caused by switching of fluorescent lights, fuses blowing or nearby lightning activity. For protecting mains power systems, categories A, B and C (mains) devices are used. All mains style products in this section are location category B and exceed the requirements of location category A making them suitable for use in both locations.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Suppressor Type Mains Protector
Maximum Voltage Rating 250 V ac
Maximum Surge Current 13.5kA
Series FP
Length 93mm
Depth 63mm
Height 55mm
Dimensions 93 x 63 x 55mm
16 In stock - FREE next working day delivery available
Price Each
£ 33.32
(exc. VAT)
£ 39.98
(inc. VAT)
Units
Per unit
1 +
£33.32
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