WJ Furse ESP E Series 58 V Maximum Voltage Rating 5 kA, 20 kA Maximum Surge Current Twisted Pair Surge Protector, DIN

  • RS Stock No. 456-8184
  • Mfr. Part No. ESP 50E
  • Brand WJ Furse
Technical Reference
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): GB
Product Details

Single 1.25A twisted-pair lightning surge arrestors - ESP E Series

Low-resistance enhanced surge protector suitable for twisted pair signalling applications.

Low let-through voltage between all lines
Very low (1Ω) in-line resistance
High (1.25A) maximum running current
Wide bandwidth
Sturdy, flame retardant, ABS housing
Removable DIN rail foot for easy installation. Product can also be flat-mounted
Colour coded terminals
M6 earth stud

Accessories

Combined Mounting & Earth Kit: CME 4 (239-731)
Weatherproof enclosures available: WBX3 230x80x85mm (456-8112); WBX4 235x160x117mm (456-8106)

Approvals

Network rail approval (ESP 06E and ESP 15E). NRS PADS ref. 086/000201 (ESP 06E), 086/000200 (ESP 15E)

Approvals

UK Oftel NS/G/1235/W/100025

Transient Voltage Suppressors (Data Lines)

Specifications
Attribute Value
Suppressor Type Twisted Pair Surge Protector
Maximum Voltage Rating 58 V
Mounting Type DIN Rail
Maximum Surge Current 5 kA, 20 kA
Series ESP E
Length 120mm
Depth 19mm
Height 54mm
Dimensions 120 x 54 x 19mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -25°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +70°C
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