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Surge protectionfor the power supply

Builing and industrial installations throughout the world have different requirements for lighting and surge protection in the power supply units. High-capacity lightning arrester combinations of the protetion levels type1 + type2 are the initial basis for the current supply.
TRABTECH implements a complete three-stage protection concept with convenient and ready-to-install solutions, from type2 surge arresters in the subdistributions up to the termination device protection of protection level type3

Surge protection for measurement and control technology

Interfaces in the MCR area are far more sensitive to surge voltages than power supply systems. Arresters with combined protective circuits are therefore used for their protection. These are installed directly before the signal inputs to be protected. This prevents the risk of surge voltage coupling in along the conductor path between the arrester and the interface.

Surge protection for information technology

Low signal levels with high frequencies require special protective circuits in the field of data processing and telecommunications. The arresters must guarantee short reaction times to quickly limit the surge voltages to safe values, without impairing the quality of signals. In addition, the protective devices from TRABTECH support system-specific connectors and all types of network topologies.

Surge protection for transceiver systems

Exposed antenna systems and outdoor cables that extend beyond a building are considered especially at risk, since they are directly exposed to atmosheric discharges. For broadband and narrowband networks as well as for mobile and radio technology, TRABTECH always has the right solution for protection, and combats surge voltage coupling and the formation of parasitic voltages in sensitive interfaces.

Test system for surge protective devices

Lightning protection systems must be tested as per the IEC 62305-3 requirement and the government specifications. Already damaged surge protective devices cannot, however, be identified by a visual check. Only an electrical check using the CHECKMASTER produces convincing results.