Henry Engineering Powerclamp Series 10
Powerclamp Series 10 wire-in parallel TVSS devices are rated at 200,000 surge amps per phase, and will suppress lightning-induced transients, massive high energy surges, and power line spikes. Their surge suppression will greatly reduce equipment failures and computer lockups that are caused by power line disturbances. Operation is not affected by the power requirements of the load. Each line phase is fused, with a fuse status lamp. An unlikely failure will not interrupt power to the load. The Series 10 offers optional remote failure detection to monitor the suppression integrity of the device from a remote location. A Series 10 unit should be installed at the main entry electrical panel in any environment where frequent and severe lightning occurs.
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