SurgeX has released a range of surge eliminators and power conditioners that cover the global market.
SurgeX has released a range of surge eliminators and power conditioners that cover the global market. Previously only available with USA compatible connectivity and load-capable circuitry, models are now available with power ratings and connectivity suitable for the rest of the world. Advanced Series Mode surge suppression and proprietary power conditioning technologies such as Impedance Tolerant EMI/RFI filtering, SurgeX ICE (Inrush Current Elimination), and COUVS (Catastrophic Over/Under-Voltage Shutdown) are now available worldwide.
Advanced Series Mode technology is the latest generation of SurgeX Series Mode circuitry, which uses an inductor as the first and primary surge suppression component to intercept and contain destructive surge energy. In addition, it creates no ground-wire contamination or common-mode surges and has zero let-through voltage.
The SX1200 product line provides Advanced Series Mode surge protection and power conditioning for audio, video and computer equipment. There are four ranges with region specific connectivity and load-capable circuitry, three models are available in each range (RTi, RLi & i). This gives contractors a choice of Advanced Series Mode surge suppressors with application specific features such as remote turn-on or front-panel lighting.SX1210 models are 10A load-capable (China and Australia), SX1213 models are 13A load-capable (UK), SX1215 models are 15A load-capable (South Africa) and SX1216 models are 16A load-capable (Europe). All models have eight grounded AC receptacles on the rear panel, with six switched and two always on. Both RTi and i models also provide a front-panel courtesy outlet.
All SurgeX SX1200 models incorporate Advanced Series Mode and Impedance Tolerant EMI/RFI ﬁltering. RLi and RTi models also feature the manufacturer’s proprietary ICE and COUVS technologies. SurgeX ICE solves problems typically encountered when powering up large power ampliﬁers and multicomponent systems, smoothing out inrush current spikes to prevent blown circuits and eliminating the need for expensive time-delay circuit breakers. COUVS is a fast-acting circuit that turns off within a half-cycle of an over-voltage event. It will not false trigger on transients and automatically restores power when line voltage has returned to normal.
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March / April 2010