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Littelfuse Launches SPD2 Series Type 2 Surge Protection Devices

Littelfuse launches its SPD2 series of Type 2 surge protection devices. Transient overvoltage, or power surges, can damage components and drive added costs to repair or replace as well as create unplanned downtime. To prevent these events, the SPD2 series, utilized at power distribution or branch circuits, safeguards components from surges by limiting the fault current to a load or the unit being protected.

Littelfuse SPD2 series

The Key applications of the devices include:

  • The SPD2 series is DIN-rail mounted for electrical cabinets and comes in a wide range of operating voltages including DC power for:
  • solar applications
  • power distribution
  • electrical loads
  • industrial controls
  • computers and communications
  • HVAC
  • medical equipment

The Key Features of the SPD2 Series consists:

  • Capability to clamp and withstand high-energy transients to prevent disruption, downtime, and degradation or damage to equipment
  • Thermal protection to eliminate catastrophic failure
  • Each part is both UL Recognized and IEC-compliant to reduce inventory and support global usage
  • A compact footprint to increase electrical panel design flexibility
  • An interlocking tab mechanism to withstand vibration
  • An SPD type and voltage-coded plug to prevent the module from being placed in the wrong base, eliminating the risk of improper protection
  • A visual life indicator for quick determination of module replacement status

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