Transient Voltage Surge Suppression

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Transient Voltage Surge Suppression
TVSS Product Catalogue
Transient Voltage
Surge Suppression
Australia and New Zealand
Transient Voltage Surge Supression
Understanding Surge Protection and it’s Applications
Why do I need surge
protection?
If a surge is of sufficient
energy level then it can
damage or destroy electrical
equipment or even the
electrical infrastructure itself.
Direct and indirect costs
to a business can be very
expensive. A surge protection
device is in real terms very inexpensive and when correctly
selected and installed can
prevent damage occurring.
What is a surge?
A surge is a random, short
burst of excess electrical
energy to a system. It is
typically measured in micro
and milli-seconds. Also
referred to as a transient,
impulse or spike, these
electrical disturbances can
damage or even destroy
sensitive microprocessorbased equipment. Surge
protection devices are
designed to reduce the
amount of harmful energy that
flows into a system.
Where do they come from?
80% of transients are
generated from internal
sources such as load
switching, motors starting
up or even turning on air
conditioning systems. The
other 20% of transients are
typically generated from
external sources such as
lightning strikes and power
company grid switching. Like it
or not, most electrical systems
are subjected to some level of
transients.
What is TVSS?
Transient Voltage Surge
Suppressor (TVSS), otherwise
referred to as Surge
Protection Device (SPD). They
are defined as:
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“ A device designed to protect
electrical equipment from
power surges and voltage
spikes.”
Are there any standards that
apply ?
For many years now there
have been internationally
recognised standards for
surge and lightning risk
assessment and protection.
Research and standards
committees publish many
standards relating to surge
risk and immunity. These
standards however differ from
one geography to another.
Of importance is that there
are two basic low voltage
standards in the world. In the
U.S. it is 120Vac, 60Hz. ( half
the voltage and twice
the current ). In Europe,
Australasia and parts of
Asia it is 220-240Vac, 50Hz.
( twice the voltage, half the
current ). It is important to
recognise that there are
differing methodologies and
compliance regulations for
both systems. There are
similarities between the US
and European standards, but
at key points the standards
become mutually exclusive.
So what standards do I use ?
Our electrical infrastructure in
Australia has been developed
based on European standards.
It is therefore appropriate to
use the European standards
as our guide. There are many
surge standards that can
be followed. Most AS/NZS
standards have great similarity
to the IEC standards. There
are several levels of standards
that can apply to any solution.
It is important to understand
that there is a hierarchy of
standards. At the highest level
there are the Low Voltage
Framework Directives. Below
this are Lightning and Surge
Risk Assessment standards.
Below this again are TVSS
and SPD equipment standards
and within these are test
and waveform standards. All
these standards need to be
used in conjunction with local
electrical switchboard and
wiring codes. Some of the
standards that apply and are
often mentioned are:
easier to deal with it at the
point of entry).
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It’s that simple. However,
understanding what the
correct risk rating is, what
needs to be protected vs. what
does not, what product to use
and how to correctly install it
for full performance benefit
can be difficult. By following
the next few pages we make it
easier to identify risk, classify
protection zones and identify
suitable products.
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Waveform, test and current
standards and limits.
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and Surge Protection - Risk
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EMI/RFI generation and
immunity
And that’s not all of them.
There’s a lot to understand.
Some standards overlap,
it is easy to confuse them
and apply an in appropriate
standard. Understanding the
standards is key to success.
System design
System design is not as
difficult as it seems. As long
as the basic principles of
applicable standards are
applied then the job at hand
is to:
1. Divert the incoming excess
energy at the point-of-entry.
(Stop it BEFORE it gets into
the system. It’s cheaper and
2. Control current flow to the
next zone.
Do it again!
1. Divert excess residual
energy.
2. Control current flow to the
next zone.
What are the rules for
installation ?
One of the key issues often
overlooked is the correct
placement and installation
practice that should be
applied. Each site is different.
There is no single definitive
design that can be applied
across the board for all surge
protection situations. It very
much depends on the specific
site infrastructure. There are
however, some basic rules
that should be practiced to
ensure that a solution will
work effectively. Whilst not
comprehensive, the following
are guidelines for successful
installation.
Physical & electrical location.
Location, Location, Location.
It’s a familiar line but very true.
Getting the location of an SPD
right is paramount to success.
It should be located as close
as possible to Main Switch or
metering point – within Main
SWB if possible. The earthing
point for the SPD (for Main
SWBs) must be located within
a short distance. The main
earthing point is where you
want the excess energy to end
up being safely dissipated.
Safety disconnectors.
It is preferred to use HRC
Gg/Gl fuses, not CBs. HRC
fuses perform better than
CB’s which are not designed
for surge waveforms and fast
rising transients. For medium
& high-current services
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fuse as recommended by the
manufacturer. For low-current
services (<250A), the fuse
rating will limit surge capacity.
For very low-current services
(<80A), it may be necessary to
rely on line fuses.
Cable length and type.
Cable length (inductance) is
the biggest issue. Multiple,
small cables are better than
one large cable. Where
permitted, busbars are much
preferred as they provide the
lowest impedance return
path for the surge energy.
Wherever possible, keep the
total connection length below
0.5m on any cable and always
tie cables tightly together.
Try to keep surge voltage
drop to <1kV/cable. Don’t loop
extra cable! It only adds more
inductance and reduces the
surge withstand capacity of
the circuit. EVERY millimetre
counts.
Earthing.
The site earth must be as good
as possible. This is where the
excess energy will end up.
Again, if possible, busbars
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Use a ‘star’ (or ‘single-point’)
earthing system in all cases.
Do not daisy-chain earth in a
surge circuit. Daisy chaining
earth simply allows the surge
return path to be connected
to the load with the potential
to damage the load instead
of being diverted to the main
earth and safely dissipated
AWAY FROM THE LOAD.
By following the above
guidelines you will maximise
your investment in a surge
product. All products in
this catalogue have been
designed and tested to
international standards by
Eaton’s TVSS Engineering
Division in laboratories in
Australia and China. For
more information including
engineering support, white
papers, specification advice
and product support, contact
your Eaton representative.
Contents
Selecting Surge Protection Equipment
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CSFi – Din Rail Compact Surge Filter
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SPD50NGi – Neutral-Earth Surge Protector
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Point of Entry Protection
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Selecting Surge Protection Equipment
Understanding Surge Protection Categories
Protection Categories
Surge Protection Zones (ANSI/IEEE C62.41)
Cat E
Cat D
Cat C
Cat B
Cat A
6kV/70kA
6kV/30kA
6kV/15kA
6kV/3kA
6kV/200A
generates electrical noise (variable speed motor drives, highfrequency welders etc.), a Surge/Power Filter (SPFi) should
be used. In an SPFi, surge diverters are utilised in conjunction
with low-pass filtering to reduce the surge voltage and remove
noise. In normal operation, an SPFi can be expected to reduce
surge potentials to less than 1000V whilst providing up to 40dB
of noise attenuation.
Method
Firstly determine whether or not you require filtering or just
surge diversion. If selecting a surge diverter, select a device
appropriate for the protection category. The MSDi and SPDi are
suitable for category C & B locations. Quickmov surge diverters
can also be used in these locations for protection of Quicklag
and DIN panelboards.
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Eaton manufactures a complete range of power protection
components. These components fall into a number of
categories, depending upon where they are utilised in an
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Category A (6kV/200A): Long final sub circuits and power outlets
Category BK6K!-AJORSUBMAINSSHORTlNALSUBCIRCUITS
Category C (6kV/15kA): Point of entry
In addition to these categories, there are 2 more categories
which simply extend the Category C rating:
Category DK6K!0OINTOFENTRYHIGHEXPOSURE
Category EK6K!Point of entry, very high exposure and
critical load
Equipment listed in this catalogue is referenced by category to
make the selection of correct components easier.
If the site requires filtering at the point of entry, select an SPFi
with the appropriate current rating for the load, then select the
model appropriate for the protection category.
Minor sub mains and short final sub circuits – Category B
Once past the main board, most protection involves both surge
diversion and filtering. Non-critical loads such as lighting and
general-purpose power circuits do not necessarily require
protection.
Method
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computer-controlled machinery, select an SPFi appropriate for
the load. In this case the protection level required is usually
taken as ‘one step’ below the protection level applied to the
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MSFi filter ranges are suitable (for current < 25A, the CSFi
filter also provides installation compatibility with modular
switchboards). Generally, filters should be mounted as close as
possible to the equipment being protected.
Selecting Surge Protection Equipment for Commercial
& Industrial Applications
Point of Entry – Category C
Basically, all installations should at least be protected at the
point of entry. The starting point for protection is the surge
diverter. Surge diverters effectively clamp the incoming lines
to neutral or earth, protecting switchboards, contactors,
transformers and motors from burnout due to extreme voltages.
A properly installed surge diverter can limit surges to below
2000V.
If the main load in an installation is critical of high voltages
(computers, communications systems, test equipment etc.), or
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Long Final Sub circuits and Power Outlets - Category A
When protecting final sub circuits and power points there are 2
options. Either fit hard-wired filters to the circuit or use plug-in
filters on the equipment to be protected. This choice will be
determined by the load (plug-in filters are only rated up to 10A),
and whether or not there is space for a plug-in filter adjacent
to the equipment. With large computer networks, many
administrators prefer not to use plug-in filters as they can be
accidentally unplugged by the operator’s foot, causing network
problems. For small servers however, a plug-in filter provides
extra protection at the computer for ‘insurance’.
If the site requires filtering at the point of entry, select a DSFi
filter with the appropriate current rating for the load. The DSFi
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provides installation compatibility with modular switchboards).
Method
Firstly select whether a hard-wired or plug-in filter is to be
used. If selecting a hard-wired filter, the DSFi range is suitable
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provides installation compatibility with modular switchboards).
For plug-in filters, the SSFi series provides high levels of
protection with good filtering.
Selecting Surge Protection Equipment for Domestic
& Home-office Applications
Point of Entry – Category C & B
As with commercial and industrial applications, all installations
should at least be protected at the point of entry. Again, this
usually involves the use of surge diverters. Surge diverters
effectively clamp the incoming lines to neutral or earth,
protecting the switchboard and wiring from damage due to
extreme voltages.
Surge diverters are a ‘must’ if the building is located in an
exposed position or fed by long aerial cables, as in rural
installations. If the building is part of a medium or high-density
development and is fed by an underground cable, the risk
of high-energy surges is quite low. In these cases, a surge
diverter may not be necessary.
In most domestic buildings, the main switchboard is the only
switchboard and therefore, if it is desired to provide filtered
power for critical applications such as computers, office
equipment or entertainment systems, this should be done on
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power and those that do usually only use it for heating or airconditioning. For this reason, only the phase supplying power to
critical equipment is actually filtered. The remaining phases are
simply fitted with shunt diverters.
Final Sub circuits and Power Outlets – Category A
When protecting final sub circuits and power points there are 2
options. Either fit hard-wired filters to the circuit or use plug-in
filters on the equipment to be protected. This choice will be
determined by the load (plug-in filters are only rated up to 10A),
and whether or not there is space for a plug-in filter adjacent
to the equipment. Generally, a plug-in filter, used in conjunction
with protection at the switchboard, gives the best protection.
Method
Firstly select whether a hard-wired or plug-in filter is to be
used.
If selecting a hard-wired filter, the DSFi is suitable for currents
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installation compatibility with modular switchboards).
For plug-in filters, the SSFi and POD provides high levels of
protection with good filtering. The POD also provides protection
for ancillary devices such as phone/fax, network and coaxial
cables - ideal for protecting video TV systems in domestic
applications.
Note: cable systems are electrically referred to mains neutral
which only increases the potential of damage from electrical
faults. If high levels of filtering are required such as for home
automation or high-end audio visual, or other noise-critical
equipment, the sub circuits supplying these systems should be
protected at the switchboard by a high level device such as the
CSFi.
Selecting Surge Protection for Dataline Applications
Method
Firstly determine whether or not you require filtering or just
surge diversion. If selecting a shunt diverter, select a device
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and SPDT60 are suitable for single and multi-phase installations
whilst the SPD120i is ideal for very exposed sites (on hilltops or
with long aerial cables).
For IT and telecommunication applications, dataline network
protectors provide further protection against transients which
can enter the electrical system through “back-doors”. The
EMTJ and ERAK series offer transient protection for single
port or multi-port configuration on CAT5 and CAT6 networks.
The PWSF8RU is designed for surge protection in data rack
cabinets where space is typically limited.
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Point of Entry Protection
Category C (6kV/15kA)
(6kV/15kA
A)
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Powerware® SPFi
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The SPFi is designed to provide point-of-entry (Category
C) and sub-circuit protection (Category B) against power
surges caused by external sources such as lightning strikes
and substation switching as well as providing a measure of
protection from surge events generated on the secondary side
of the filter. An ideal device for all Category locations.
Series Power and Noise Filter with Shunt Surge Diverter
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secondary MOV protection in conjunction with a Low-Q LC
filter. The unit provides filtering of the line harmonics, noise
and RF transmitters with a cut-off frequency of <10kHz and a
minimum attenuation of 40dB above 1MHz. Special care has
been taken in the design of the filter to minimise ringing caused
by light loads, surge diverter operation and inductive load
back-EMF.
All models in the SPFi Series are fully enclosed in wall
mounting IP24 steel enclosures. A graphical mimic display
provides at-a-glance indication of the status of the SPFi with
indicators showing correct functions in green and faults in
red. The alarm function provides a summary alarm output for
protection failure and power failure.
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Powerware® SPFi
Specifications
Technical Specifications
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Maximum continuous voltage – MCOV
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Temporary overvoltage - TOV
Service type
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not be connected to an ungrounded system
Test classification
Class II
Energy Absorption rating - per mode (Joules)
Primary protection L-N:
Secondary protection L-N:
Common mode protection N-E:
Aggregate rating:
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600J/ph, 1,600J total.
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1,800J/ph, 5400J total.
600J/ph, 1800J total.
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600J/ph, 1,800J total.
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Current rating – continuous (standard
models)
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Recommended maximum over current protection
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Residual current
<1 mA
Short circuit withstand (1 sec)
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Protection modes
Line-Neutral,
Neutral-Earth
Line-Neutral,
Neutral-Earth
Line-Neutral,
Neutral-Earth
In 8/20us (Line-Neutral) Nominal Surge Life
K!XHITSPH
45kA x 20 hits/ph
K!XHITSPH
In 8/20us (Neutral-Earth) Nominal Surge Life
45kA x 20 hits
45kA x 20 hits
45kA x 20 hits
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Neutral) Max surge level
80kA
120kA
240kA
Ismax 8/20us (Neutral-Earth) Max surge level
120kA
40kA
40kA
Filter attenuation
40dB nominal above 1MHz
Initial clamp voltage (Line-Neutral)
66AC2-3
Initial clamp voltage (Line-Earth)
66AC2-3
Initial clamp voltage (Neutral-Earth)
680V (420Vac RMS)
Residual voltage (Vpl) Line-Neutral
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Residual voltage (Vpl) Line-Earth
6ACK!U3
Residual voltage (Vpl) Neutral-Earth
6ACK!U3
Internal protection (fusing)
Terminations
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Bolted lug. 8mm bolts for phase and neutral connections. 8mm PE (earth) stud
provided on geartray.
Alarms/indicators
Mimic panel display via LED (2 colour), OK - Green; Protection Fault - Red.
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Alarm under-voltage cutoff 180Vac.
Enclosure rating
IP24
Design standards:
Dimensions
Weight
Environment
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Powerware
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Powerware
SPFi
Block Diagram & Mimic Display
1 Mode Multi-Element Series Filter
2 Mode 2 Stage Surge Diverter
Surge Category
Primary
MOV
Protection
The SPFi is suitable
for use in all category
locations:
Series
Blocking
Inductor
Secondary
MOV
Protection
High
Frequency
Capacitor
Normal
Mode
Category D
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Entry, High Exposure
High
Frequency
Capacitor
Normal
Mode
Power
Input
Power
Output
UL1283
EMF/RFI
Filter Block
Common Mode
Common Mode
Category C
(6kV/15kA) Point of
Entry/ Service Entrance
SPFXXX3CEi Block Diagram
1 Mode Multi-Element Series Filter
2 Mode 2 Stage Surge Diverter
Category B
(Special Applications)
Primary MOV
Protection
K6K!-AJORSUB
mains & short final sub
circuits
High
Frequency
Capacitor
Series
Blocking
Inductor
Normal
Mode
High
Frequency
Capacitor
Secondary MOV
Protection
Normal
Mode
Power
Input
Power
Output
UL1283
EMF/RFI
Filter Block
Common Mod
Mode
SPFXXX3DEi & SPFXXX3EEi Block Diagram
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Powerware® SPFi
Connection and Line Diagram
Min dis tance
to ceiling 300mm
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L2
L3
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Earth
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L2
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Earth Stud
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Important:
Before installing the
device, please read and follow the
installation and operation instructions.
Differential protection and filtering.
One phase shown, all phases identical
LINE IN
LINE OUT
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L-N protection
FILTER BLOCK
FSEC
L-N protection
NEUTRAL OUT
NEUTRAL IN
N-E protection
NO
DIN-ADD
SPF
Display Driver
Display PCB
COM ALARM OUT
NC
EARTH STUD
Common-mode
protection.
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Powerware® MSDi
Three Phase Surge Diverter
The MSDi surge diverter is designed to provide point-of-entry
protection against power surges caused by external sources
such as lightning strikes and substation switching. Commonmode protection is available for sites remote from the M.E.N.
point including industrial sites and rooftops in multi-storey
buildings. An ideal device for all Category locations.
The MSDi surge diverters utilise MOV protection for both
differential and common-mode protection. Multiple MOV
devices are used in parallel for primary circuit redundancy.
The status of protective devices is continuously monitored and
displayed using LED bar-graph indicators. All MOV devices are
thermally fused and isolated by ceramic fuses.
Shunt Surge Diverter, 0HASEK!
MSDi unit is provided with an alarm relay. The alarm function
provides a summary alarm output for protection degradation as
well as power failure. The alarm may be configured to indicate
either partial or total protection failure. The level of protection
remaining is indicated by LED bar-graph indicators on the front
panel. A summary alarm relay contacts provide remote
signalling to remote equipment.
Typical applications:
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Surge Category
3 Mode 2 Stage Surge Diverter
The MSDi is suitable
for use in category
locations:
Primary
MOV
Protection
Normal
Mode
Category D
K6+!0OINTOF
Entry, High Exposure
Category C
Secondary
MOV
Protection
Common Mode
Power
Input
Power
Output
Common Mode
(6kV/15kA) Point of
Entry/ Service Entrance
MSDi Block Diagram (Only 1 phase shown, all phases are identical)
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Powerware®® MSDi
Powerware
MSDi
Specifications
Technical Specifications
MSD200CM60i
6!#6!#0HASE
Input voltage
6!#
Maximum continuous voltage (MCOV)
6!#MINS
Temporary overvoltage - TOV
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Service type
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Energy Absorption rating - per mode (Joules)
Recommended max. overcurrent protection
125A GL HRC fuse
Protection modes
Line-Neutral, Line-Earth, Neutral-Earth
In 8/20us (Line-Neutral) Nom. surge life
K!PERPHASEXTIMES
In 8/20us (Line-Earth) Nom. surge life
15kA per phase x 20 times
In 8/20us (Neutral-Earth) Nom. surge life
45kA x 20 times
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Neutral) Max. surge life
200kA
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Earth) Max. surge life
40kA
Ismax 8/20us (Neutral-Earth) Max. surge life
120kA
Initial clamp voltage (Line-Neutral)
66AC2-3
Initial clamp voltage (Line-Earth)
680V (420Vac RMS)
Initial clamp voltage (Neutral-Earth)
680V (420Vac RMS)
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Internal protection (fusing)
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isolation, Alarm under-voltage cutoff 180Vac.
Alarms/indicators
Enclosure rating
IP24
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Design Standards:
Dimensions & Weight
370 x 160 x 560 mm (W x D x H), 14kg
Environment
-10 to 65°C, 10 to 90%RH (non-condensing)
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Connection and Line Diagram
Min distance
to ceiling 300mm
Differential protection.
One phase shown, all phases identical
LINE
T O LOADS
FPRI
L-N protection
INP UT
F US E
L3
L2
L1
N
E
E AR T H S T UD
ON C AS E
8mm
NEUTRAL
L3
N-E protection
L2
L-E protection
NO
Min distance
to floor 600mm
L1
Protection alarm
COM
NE UT R AL LINK
OR
M.E .N.
MAIN S W B
Common-mode protection.
One phase shown, all phases
identical
< 3m line distance
MAIN
E AR T HING
P OINT (S W B )
Important: Before installing the device,
please read and follow the installation
and operation instructions.
12 Eaton TVSS Point of Entry Protection
NC
EARTH STUD
FROM OTHER PHASES
Powerware® SPDi
Din Rail Mounted Surge Diverters
Key Features:
s3URGERATINGSSTARTINGFROMK!UPTOK!U3
s$).PROFILE)0ENCLOSUREALLOWSCOMPATIBILITYWITHMOST
common switchboards
s6ERSATILEMOUNTINGCLIPSOFFERTHEOPTIONOF$).RAILORSURFACE
mount with ease
s#LEARANDCONCISEPROTECTIONSTATUSINDICATORSANDADRY
contact alarm
s%XTENDEDVOLTAGERANGETOSUITMOSTCOMMONPOWER
distribution systems
Shunt Surge Diverter, AND0HASEK!ANDK!
Eaton's SPDi surge diverters provide the ultimate solution for surge protection in single and multi-phase systems. Whether the
application involves residential homes, telecommunication facilities, hospitals, schools or heavy industrial plants, the SPDi surge
diverters provide protection against the damaging effects of lightning, utility switching, switching electric motors and more. SPDi
surge diverters can be installed as point-of-entry or sub-board protection and are connected in parallel with the power circuit via
separate protection HRC fuses. These devices are ideal for Category C & B locations.
1 Mode (L-N) 1 Stage Diverter
MOV
Protection
Normal Mode
Power
Input
Power
Output
SPD120i Block Diagram
The SPD120i is designed to protect single-phase power systems against surges and spikes caused by lightning strikes and other
electrical sources. The unit is intended for point-of-entry or main board protection in medium to high exposed locations. SPD120i
are easily configured for L-N or L-E protection for installations adjacent or remote from the M.E.N. link, which means it can provide
protection for commercial buildings to rural sites.
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Powerware® SPDi
Din Rail Mounted Surge Diverters
Applications:
s)DEALFOR0OINTOF%NTRYOR3UBBOARD0ROTECTION
s4ELECOMMUNICATION3YSTEMSAND2ECTIFIERS
s0ROCESSAND#ONTROL3YSTEMS
s#OMPUTER3YSTEMS
s-EDICAL3YSTEMS
s!LL3ENSITIVE%LECTRONIC%QUIPMENT
4HE30$.IISDESIGNEDTOPROTECTPHASEPOWERSYSTEMSAGAINSTDAMAGEFROMSURGESANDSPIKESCAUSEDBYLIGHTNINGANDOTHER
electrical sources. The unit is intended for point-of-entry or sub-board protection in low to medium exposed locations adjacent to the
-%.LINK&ORPROTECTIONINLOCATIONSREMOTEFROMTHE-%.LINKUSEA30$'I'AS!RRESTORMODEL
Surge Category
2 Mode 1 Stage Surge Diverter
L1 MOV
Protection
L1
L2 MOV
Protection
L3 MOV
Protection
L1
Normal
Mode
Normal
Mode
L2
Power
Input
L2
Power
Output
Normal
Mode
L3
The SPDi is suitable for use in
category locations:
L3
K6+!0OINTOF%NTRY(IGH
Exposure (SPD120i Only)
N
N
Category D
Common Mode
E
E
Category C
(6kV/15kA) Point of Entry/ Service
Entrance
SPD3Ni Block Diagram
Category B
2 Mode 1 Stage Surge Diverter
L1 MOV
Protection
L2 MOV
Protection
K6K!-AJORSUBMAINSSHORT
final sub circuits
L3 MOV
Protection
L1
L1
L2
L2
Common
Mode
Power
Input
L3
Power
Output
Common
Mode
L3
Common
Mode
N
Common
Mode
E
E
SPD3Gi Block Diagram
14 Eaton TVSS Point of Entry Protection
N
Powerware® SPDi
Specifications
Technical Specifications
Input voltage
SPD120i
30$.I
30$'I
6!#6
(Z
6!#6
(Z
6!#6
(Z
6!#
6!#
6!#MINS
420VAC, 15 mins
4.#AND4.#3WIREWITHGROUNDEDNEUTRAL
4.3AND44WIREWITH
grounded neutral)
Maximum continuous operating voltage (MCOV)
Temporary overvoltage - TOV
Service Type
4EST#LASSIlCATION)%#
Class II
Initial clamp voltage
560V
Maximum rated surge current - Ismax 8/20us
680V
100kA
Nominal surge current - In 8/20us
50kA
2ESIDUALVOLTAGE6PL K!US
1.0kV
Residual voltage (Vpl) @ 40kA, 8/20us
1.65kV
40kA / Phase
20kA / Phase
<K6,.6.%
<1.2kV L-N, 1.4kV N-E
<2.1kV L-N, 1.46kV N-E
<2.1kV L-N, 2.45kV N-E
*OULES
Energy absorption (2ms)
Nominal surge lifetime (In)
50kA (8/20us), 20 times
Recommended maximum overcurrent protection
*OULES
20kA (8/20us), 20 times
gG/gL HRC fuses, 1 per phase, 125A maximum
Power terminals 16mm2, Alarm terminals 1.5mm2
Terminations
Alarms/Indicators
INDICATORSDRYCONTACTALARMRELAY6!#6$#!
Design standards
)%#)%#!.3)%%%#!3!3#%MARK
$).XXMM7X$X(G
Dimensions and Weight
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Connection Diagrams
L-E Connection
L-N Connection
SPD120i
SPD3Ni
SPD3Gi
Important: Before installing the device, please read and follow the installation and operating instructions.
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Powerware® SPDV60 & SPDT60
Modular Single Pole DIN Surge Diverters
Key Features:
sMODEPLUGINPROTECTION
sK!U3MAXIMUMSURGERATING
s#OMPACTSOLUTIONFORPRIMARYPROTECTION
s$).CASEMM$).RAIL
s2EMOVABLEDRYCONTACTALARMCONNECTION
s4HERMALLYPROTECTED
Applications:
s-AINSPOINTOFENTRY3UBBOARD
s&ACTORIES7ORKSHOPS
s3MALL/FFICES2ESIDENTIALHOMES
Shunt Surge Diverter, 1 Pole 60kA
4HENEW30$6AND30$4SINGLEPOLE$).SURGEDIVERTERSOFFERK!OFSURGE
suppression, making them suitable for either main or sub-board protection. The compact
modular design allows the units to be easily installed in new or retrofitting existing
installations. The units feature a plug-in module that may be replaced without rewiring in the
event of a fault.
4HE30$6UTILISESTHELATESTTHERMAL-/6TECHNOLOGYMAKINGITSUITABLEFORPOINTOF
entry protection in main switchboards and can be used in conjunction with an SPDT60-225
Gas Arrestor for protection on distribution boards remote from the M.E.N. point. Both models
come as standard with mechanical flag status indication and a dry contact alarm for remote
status monitoring.
1 Mode (L-N) 1 Stage Diverter
Surge Category
The SPDV60 & SPDT60 is suitable
for use in category locations:
Category C
(6kV/15kA) Point of Entry/ Service
Entrance
Category B
K6K!-AJORSUBMAINSSHORT
final sub circuits
1 Mode (N-E) 1 Stage Diverter
MOV
Protection
GDT
Protection
Normal Mode
Power
Input
Power
Output
Power
Input
Power
Output
Common Mode
SPDV60 Block Diagram
16 Eaton TVSS Point of Entry Protection
SPDT60 Block Diagram
Powerware® SPDV60 & SPDT60
Specifications
Technical Specifications
Input voltage
Maximum Continuous voltage - MCOV
Shunt Technology
Service type
30$6
SPDT60-255
6!#6(Z
Neutral - Earth connection only. System
VOLTAGE6!#6
6!#
255VAC
(no conduction under load fault conditions)
MOV
GDT
4.#AND4.#30HASEWITH
grounded neutral)
3INGLEAND0HASEWITHREMOTELY
grounded neutral
Class II
Test Classification )%#
Supply Current
<10mA
Initial clamp voltage
6
N/A
Initial spark over voltage
N/A
600V
Maximum rated surge current - Ismax 8/20us
60kA
Nominal surge current - in 8/20us
K!
2ESIDUALVOLTAGE6PL K!US
1.0kV
N/A
Residual voltage (Vpl) @ Ismax, 8/20us
1.4kV
1.8kV
Energy absorption (2ms)
Nominal surge lifetime (In)
Internal protection
Recommended maximum over-current protection
40kA
*OULES
N/A
K!USTIMES
40kA (8/20us), 20 times
MOV thermal disconnect device
Thermal disconnector
gG/gL HRC fuses, 1 per phase, 160A max
None
Power terminals 16mm2, Alarm terminals 1.5mm2
Terminations
Alarms / indicators
Flag indicator, dry contact alarm relay - 250VAC/24VDC, 2A
Design Standards:
)%#)%#!.3))%%%#!3!3#%MARK
$).XXMMNOTINCLRELAYG
Dimensions & Weight
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Connection Diagrams
SPDV60-300
SPDT60-255
Important: Before installing the device, please read and follow the installation and operating instructions.
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Eaton Quickmov™
Integrated Surge Protection Device
Key Features:
s3URGERATINGK!)NOMK!)MAX
s)NTEGRATED3URGE0ROTECTIONSOLUTION
s)NBUILT(2#FUSING
s$UAL"ARRIER&LAME2ETARDANT(OUSING
s&AIL3AFE3TATUS)NDICATOR
s0ROTECTIONFOR-%.ANDNON-%.APPLICATIONS
s#OMPATIBILITYWITH1UICKLAGÍACCESSORIES
s$ESIGNEDIN!USTRALIA
1 Mode (L-N) 1 Stage Diverter
MOV
Protection
Shunt Surge Diverter, 1 Pole 60kA
Normal Mode
1UICKMOVÍIS!USTRALIAgSFIRSTFULLYINTEGRATED3URGE0ROTECTION
Device (SPD), designed to protect single and multi-phase
electrical distribution systems against the damaging effects of
voltage spikes and surges.
4HENEW1UICKMOVÍ30$PLUGSSTRAIGHTINTOA1UICKLAGÍ
loadcentre, connecting to the chassis busbar for the lowest
source impedance. Its integrated HRC fuse enables the
1UICKMOVÍTOBECONNECTEDDIRECTLYTOTHENEUTRALBAR
providing the shortest possible cable length for superior
protection of the entire loadcentre. The advanced MOV
technology is housed in a dual barrier flame retardant case
to provide optimum surge protection performance without
compromising safety and reliability.
4HE1UICKLAGÍRANGEOFMOUNTINGACCESSORIESCOMPLIMENTS
THE1UICKMOVÍEXTENDINGITSFEATURESANDBENEFITSTO
many applications. Its integrated protection reduces the
amount of extra components required to carry out a typical
installation, saving valuable space and installation time.
With a 60kA (MOV Imax)
Surge Category
surge suppression
RATING1UICKMOVÍ
4HE1UICKMOVÍISSUITABLEFOR
is ideal for primary
use in category locations:
protection in main
switchboards and can
be used in conjunction
with an Eaton SPD50NGi
Neutral-Earth arrestor
for distribution boards
remote from the M.E.N.
point.
Category C (6kV/15kA) Point of
Entry/ Service Entrance
Category B K6K!-AJORSUB
mains & short final sub circuits
18 Eaton TVSS Point of Entry Protection
HRC Fuse
Power
Input
MOV
Thermal
Fuse
Element
Quickmov Block Diagram
Power
Output
Eaton Quickmov™
Specifications
Technical Specifications
Protection Mode
Service type
System voltage - Un
Test Classification
SPDQM1
Single Mode - connected L-N
TNC, TN C-S (for TNS add 1 x SPD50NGi protector)
6!#6!#0H(Z
#LASS)))%##ATEGORY#!.3))%%%#
6!#
Maximum Continuous Over Voltage (MCOV - Uc)
6!#
Temporary Over Voltage (TOV) (5s)
External disconnector requirements
Surge current rating In (20 times)
None. In-built 100AgL/50kA HRC fuse
K!US
Surge current rating Ismax (2 times)
60kA (Imax MOV rating, 8/20us)
2ESIDUALVOLTAGE6PL K!
1.1kV (cable trimmed to 250mm)
Residual voltage (Vpl) @ In
Connections
Dimensions & Weight
1.8kV (device only)
1UICKLAGÍTERMINALFORPHASECONNECTION
6mm2 cable (black) for Neutral connection (500mm length)
XXMM7X$X(G
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Connection Diagram
Important: Before installing the device, please read and follow the installation and operating instructions.
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Faster than a
speeding bullet
Much faster.
In nanoseconds a power
surge can do major damage
to sensitive equipment and
data. It can come from
anywhere, and like a bullet,
you only know it has been
by the destruction left
behind. That's why surge
protection is so critical. And
why Eaton builds so much
20 Eaton TVSS
quality into our full line of
Powerware surge protection
products. Eaton has a world
beating reputation for Power
Quality and a full range of
surge protection solutions,
covering every eventuality.
Secondary Point Protection
#ATEGORY"K6K!
21
Powerware® MSFi
0HASE!3ERIES3URGE&ILTERS
Typical applications:
s!LL0OWER#IRCUITSINCLUDING0OINTOF%NTRY
s4ELECOMMUNICATIONS3YSTEMSAND2ECTIlERS
s0ROCESSAND#ONTROL3YSTEMSAND5033YSTEMS
s#OMPUTER3YSTEMSAND-EDICAL3YSTEMS
s!LLSENSITIVE%LECTRONIC%QUIPMENT
Key Features:
s3URGESUPPRESSIONANDlLTERINGINASINGLEPACKAGE
sMODE%LEMENT3ERIES&ILTER
s-ODE3TAGE3URGE$IVERTER
s3URGESUPPRESSIONRATINGOFK!
s0OWERAND0ROTECTIONSTATUSINDICATORS
s0ROTECTION&AIL!LARM2ELAY
s9EAR7ARRANTY
Series Filter with Shunt Surge Diverter,
0HASE!!K!
The MSFi is designed to provide point-of-entry protection against power surges caused by external sources such as
lightning strikes and substation switching as well as providing a measure of protection from surge events generated on
the secondary side of the filter. An ideal device for Category B and some Category C locations.
4HE-3&IISASTAGEPROTECTIONUNITUTILISINGPRIMARYANDSECONDARY-/6PROTECTIONINCONJUNCTIONWITHA,OW1,#
filter. The unit provides filtering of the line harmonics, noise and RF transmitters with a cut-off frequency of <10kHz and
a minimum attenuation of 40dB above 1MHz. Special care has been taken in the design of the filter to minimise ringing
caused by light loads, surge diverter operation and inductive load back-EMF.
1 Mode 2 Element Series Filter
3 Mode 2 Stage Surge Diverter
Surge Category
Primary
MOV
Protection
The MSFi is suitable for
use in category
locations:
Normal
Mode
Series
Blocking
Inductor
High
Frequency
Capacitor
Secondary
MOV
Protection
Normal
Mode
Some Category C
(6kV/15kA) Point of Entry/ Service Entrance
Power
Input
Power
Output
Common Mode
Category B
K6K!-AJORSUB
mains & short final sub
circuits
22 Eaton TVSS Secondary Point Protection
MSFi Block Diagram (Single Phase shown)
Powerware® MSFi
Specifications
Technical Specifications
-3&##-I
MSF401CCMi
Input voltage
-3&##-I
-3&##-I
6!#0HASE
220 – 254VAC 1 Phase
6!#
Maximum continuous voltage - MCOV
6!#MINS
Temporary overvoltage - TOV
Service type
TT, TN, TN C-S or any system with a grounded neutral. This unit must not be connected to
an ungrounded system
#LASS)))%##ATEGORY#!.3))%%%#
Test Classification
0RIMARYPROTECTION,.*PH4HREE0HASEUNIT*TOTAL
Secondary protection L-N = 600J/ph, Three Phase unit = 1,800J total
Common mode protection L-N & N-E = 1,420J, Three Phase unit = 4,280J total
!GGREGATERATING*SINGLEPHASEUNITS*THREEPHASEUNITS
Energy Absorption rating - per mode (joules)
Current rating - continuous
40A
!
40A
!
Recommended maximum over current protection
40A
!
40A
!
K!
Short circuit withstand (1 sec)
Protection modes
Line-Neutral, Line-Earth, Neutral-Earth
In 8/20us (Line-Neutral) Nom. surge life
60kA x 20 hits
60kA x 20 hits/ph
In 8/20us (Line-Earth) Nom. surge life
15kA x 20 hits
15kA x 20 hits/ph
In 8/20us (Neutral-Earth) Nom. surge life
15kA x 20 hits
45kA x 20 hits
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Neutral) Max surge level
160kA
160kA/ph
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Earth) Max surge level
40kA
40kA/ph
Ismax 8/20us (Neutral-Earth) Max surge level
40kA
Filter attenuation
120kA/ph
40dB nominal above 1MHz
66AC2-3
Initial clamp voltage (Line-Neutral)
Initial clamp voltage (Line-Earth)
680V (420Vac RMS)
Initial clamp voltage (Neutral-Earth)
680V (420Vac RMS)
!LLSURGEDIVERTERCONNECTIONSAREFUSEDVIA(2#FUSESTO)%#
Internal protection (fusing)
,%$DISPLAYDRYCONTACTALARMRELAYOUTPUTn6AC6DC!K6ISOLATION!LARMUNDERVOLTAGE
cutoff 180Vac.
Alarms/indicators
Enclosure rating
IP24
)%#)%#!.3))%%%##AT"#$%!3#AT"#$%!3!3#%MARK
Design Standards:
Dimensions
XXMM7X$X(
210 x 160 x 560 mm (W x D x H)
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Connection Diagrams
Min dis tance
to ceiling 300mm
N
L1
Min distance
to ceiling 300mm
L2
L3
OUT P UT
N
LOAD
OUT P UT
L
LOAD
E arth
E arth
N
L1
L2
L3
E
INP UT
N
Earth Stud
On Case
8mm
Min distance
to floor 600mm
Min dis tance
to floor 600mm
MAIN S WB
0HASE
Connection
INP UT
L
E
Earth Stud
On Case
8mm
MAIN
E AR T HING
P OINT (S W B )
MAIN S WB
Important: Before installing the
device, please read and follow the
installation and operating instructions.
MAIN
E AR T HING
P OINT (S W B )
Single Phase
Connection
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Powerware® DSFi
Single Phase High Performance Surge Filter
Applications:
s3ECONDARYPOWERCIRCUITS3UBBOARDS
s5033YSTEMSAND2ECTIFIERS
s4ELECOMMUNICATIONS3YSTEMSAND2ECTIFIERS
s0ROCESSAND#ONTROL3YSTEMSAND503gSUPTOK6!
s#OMPUTER3YSTEMSAND-EDICAL3YSTEMS
s!6CIRCUITSFORCLUBSANDHOTELS
s!LLSENSITIVE%LECTRONIC%QUIPMENT
Key Features:
s3URGESUPPRESSIONANDFILTERINGINASINGLEPACKAGE
s-ODULARDESIGN
s%NCLOSEDIN)0PAINTEDSTEELHOUSING
s0ROTECTION&AIL!LARM2ELAY
sMODE3TAGE0ROTECTION
s9EAR7ARRANTY
Series Filter with Shunt Surge Diverter,
0HASE!K!0RIMARY
The DSFi is designed to provide secondary protection against power surges caused by external sources such as
lightning strikes and substation switching as well as providing a measure of protection from surge events generated
on the secondary side of the filter.
4HE$3&IISASTAGEPROTECTIONUNITUTILISINGPRIMARYANDSECONDARY-/6PROTECTIONINCONJUNCTIONWITHASTAGE
Low-Q LC filter (i.e. 2 inductive coils) using separate differential mode and common mode circuits. The unit provides
filtering of the line harmonics, noise and RF transmitters with a cut-off frequency of <1.5kHz and a minimum attenuation
of >55dB to 10MHz.
3ECONDARY-/6PROTECTIONINALLMODESISLOCATEDAFTERTHEINDUCTIVECOILSTOPROVIDEFURTHERSURGEREDUCTIONANDTO
protect against load-generated surges. An ideal device for Category B and A locations.
2 Mode 5 Element Series Filter
3 Mode 2 Stage Surge Diverter
Surge Category
Primary
MOV
Protection
The DSFi is suitable
for use in category
locations:
Series
Blocking
inductor
High
Frequency
Capacitor
Series
Blocking
Inductors
High
Frequency
Capacitor
Normal
Mode
Secondary
MOV
Protection
Normal
Mode
Category B
K6K!-AJORSUBMAINS
& short final sub circuits
Power
Input
Power
Output
Common Mode
Common Mode
Category A
(6kV/200A) Long final sub
circuits & power outlets
DSFi Block Diagram
24 Eaton TVSS Secondary Point Protection
Powerware® DSFi
Specifications
Technical Specifications
DSFi
Input voltage
200-250VAC 1 Phase
Service type
TT, TN, TN C-S or any single-phase system with a grounded neutral.
#LASS))))%##ATEGORY!"!.3))%%%#
Test Classification
0RIMARY0ROTECTION,.*
0RIMARYCOMMONMODEPROTECTION,%.%*
Secondary protection L-N = 225J
Secondary common mode protection L-E & N-E = 480J
Aggregate rating = 2,225J
Energy Absorption rating - per mode (joules)
!
Current rating – continuous
!#CURVE-##"
Recommended max. overcurrent protection
Short circuit withstand (1 sec)
Suitable for use with a 6kAIC C Curve MCB
Protection modes
Line-Neutral, Line-Earth, Neutral-Earth
In 8/20us (Line-Neutral)
15kA x 20 hits
In 8/20us (Line-Earth)
10kA x 20 hits
In 8/20us (Neutral-Earth)
10kA x 20 hits
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Neutral)
40kA
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Earth)
25kA
Ismax 8/20us (Neutral-Earth)
25kA
Filter attenuation
>55dB to 10MHz
Internal protection (fusing)
Thermal
10mm2 PCB Mounted Terminals
Terminations
Alarms/indicators
,%$DISPLAY0OWER/+0ROTECTION/+,%$S$RYCONTACTALARMRELAYOUTPUTn6AC6DC!K6ISOLATION!LARMUNDERVOLTAGE
cutoff 180Vac
Enclosure rating
IP20
)%#)%#!.3))%%%##AT"#$%!3#AT"#$%!3!3#%MARK
Design Standards:
XXMM7X$X(KG
Dimensions & Weight
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Connection and Line Diagram
Differential filtering
Common mode
filtering
Thermal fuse
LINE IN
LINE OUT
INDUCTOR
Indicator/Alarm
L-N protection
CM TX
L-N protection
NEUTRAL IN
NEUTRAL OUT
N-E protection
L-E protection
L-E protection
EARTH STUD
N-E protection
EARTH STUD
Common-mode protection.
Important: Before installing the device, please read and
follow the installation and operating instructions.
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Powerware® CSFi
Din Rail Compact Surge Filter
Applications:
s3ECONDARYPOWERCIRCUITS3UBBOARDS
s5033YSTEMSAND2ECTIFIERS
s4ELECOMMUNICATIONS3YSTEMS
s0ROCESSAND#ONTROL3YSTEMS(OMES5NITS
s#OMPUTER3YSTEMSAND-EDICAL3YSTEMS
s!LLSENSITIVE%LECTRONIC%QUIPMENT
Key Features:
s3URGESUPPRESSIONANDFILTERINGINASINGLEPACKAGE
s-ODULARDESIGN
s%NCLOSEDIN)0!"3PLASTICHOUSING
s$).RAILMOUNTABLEPOLEWIDE
s0ROTECTION&AIL!LARM2ELAY
sMODE3TAGE0ROTECTION
s-ONTH7ARRANTY
Series Filter with Shunt Surge Diverter,
0HASE!K!0RIMARY
The CSFi is designed for mounting in distribution boards to provide secondary protection against power surges caused by external
sources such as lightning strikes and substation switching as well as providing a measure of protection from surge events generated
on the secondary side of the filter. An ideal device for Category B locations.
4HE#3&IISASTAGEPROTECTIONUNITUTILISINGPRIMARYANDSECONDARY-/6PROTECTIONINCONJUNCTIONWITHA,OW1,#lLTER4HEUNIT
provides filtering of the line harmonics, noise and RF transmitters with a cut-off frequency of <10kHz and a nominal attenuation of
45dB.
All CSFi units are provided with indicators showing power and protection status. Alarms are indicated on the front panel of the unit.
The alarm function provides a summary alarm output for protection degradation as well as power failure. The protection alarm is
configured to partial protection failure. The summary alarm relay contacts provide remote signalling to other equipment.
2 Mode 3 Element Series Filter
3 Mode 2 Stage Surge Diverter
Surge Category
Primary
MOV
Protection
The CSFi is suitable
for use in category
locations:
High
Frequency
Capacitor
Normal
Mode
Category B
K6K!-AJORSUB
mains & short final sub
circuits
Series
Blocking
Inductors
Secondary
MOV
Protection
Normal
Mode
Power
Input
Power
Output
Common Mode
Common Mode
Category A
(6kV/200A) Long final
sub circuits
& power outlets
26 Eaton TVSS Secondary Point Protection
CSFi Block Diagram
Powerware® CSFi
Specifications
Technical Specifications
CSFi
Input voltage
200-250VAC 1 Phase
Service type
TT, TN, TN C-S or any single-phase system with a grounded neutral. This unit must not be connected to an ungrounded system
#LASS))))%##ATEGORY!"!.3))%%%#
Test Classification
0RIMARYPROTECTION,.*
Primary common mode protection L-E & N-E = 480J
Secondary protection L-N = 225J
Secondary common mode protection L-E & N-E = 480J
Aggregate rating = 1555J
Energy Absorption rating - per mode (joules)
!
Current rating - continuous
Recommended max. overcurrent protection
25A (C curve MCB 25A)
Protection modes
Line-Neutral, Line-Earth, Neutral-Earth
In 8/20us (Line-Neutral) Nominal surge life
10kA x 20 hits
In 8/20us (Line-Earth) Nominal surge life
K!XHITS
In 8/20us (Neutral-Earth) Nominal surge life
K!XHITS
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Neutral) Max surge level
25kA
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Earth) Max surge level
10kA
Ismax 8/20us (Neutral-Earth) Max surge level
10kA
Filter attenuation
45dB nominal above 1MHz
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Internal protection (fusing)
6mm2 PCB Mounted Terminals
Terminations
Alarms/indicators
,%$DISPLAY0OWER/+0ROTECTION/+,%$S$RYCONTACTALARMRELAYOUTPUTn6AC6DC!K6ISOLATION!LARMUNDER
voltage cutoff 180Vac
Location Category
Indoor
Enclosure rating
Design Standards:
IP20
)%#)%#!.3))%%%##AT"#$%!3#AT"#$%!3!3#%MARK
XXMM7X$8(G
Dimensions & Weight
Due to continual product improvement specifications are subject to change without notice. Copyright 2008 Eaton Industries Pty Ltd
Connection and Line Diagram
Thermal fuse
Differential protection
Differential and common-mode filtering
LINE IN
LINE OUT
Indicator/Alarm
L-N protection
CM TX
CF
L-N protection
NEUTRAL IN
NEUTRAL OUT
N-E protection
L-E protection
L-E protection
N-E protection
EARTH IN
EARTH OUT
Common-mode protection.
Important: Before installing the device, please read and
follow the installation and operating instructions.
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Eaton SPD50NGi
Neutral-Earth Surge Protector
Applications:
s%QUIPOTENTIAL#OUPLER
s.EUTRAL%ARTH3URGE!RRESTOR
s3UBBOARDSREMOTEFROM-%.POINT
Key Features:
s#OMPACT.EUTRAL%ARTH0ROTECTION3OLUTION
s3URGECURRENTRATINGFROMK!K!)NK!K!)MAX
s#OMPATIBLEWITHMOSTSWITCHBOARDS
s1UICKANDSIMPLEINSTALLATION
Neutral-Earth or Earth-Earth Equipotential Clamp
The SPD50NGi is designed for use as an equipotential coupler between separately-grounded systems to provide protection against
surge transients. Under normal conditions the coupler does not conduct, preventing earth loops and inter-circuit coupling. Under surge
conditions, effectively interconnecting the circuits for the duration of the surge.
4HE30$.'IISANIDEALCOMPANIONFORTHE1UICKMOVÍSURGEDIVERTERFORSURGEPROTECTIONINDISTRIBUTIONBOARDSREMOTEFROMAN
M.E.N point. the SPD50NGi equipotential coupler (gas arrestor) is connected between the neutral and earth bar for N-E surge
PROTECTION4HE30$.'IISSUPPLLIEDASANINLINECABLEASSEMBLYFOREASEOFINSTALLATION
Surge Category
1 Mode (N-E) 1 Stage Diverter
The SPD50NGi is suitable for
use in category locations:
GDT
Protection
Some Category C
Power
Input
Power
Output
(6kV/15kA) Point of Entry/
Service Entrance
Category B
Common Mode
K6K!-AJORSUBMAINS
short final sub circuits
SPD50NGi Block Diagram
28 Eaton TVSS Secondary Point Protection
Eaton SPD50NGi
Specifications
Technical Specifications
Protection Mode
SPD50NGi
Single Mode - connected Neutral-Earth or between separately earthed systems
Service type (N-E protection only)
System voltage - Un
TNS or similar (neutral must be grounded either locally or remotely)
Applicable to any common LV system voltage
#LASS))))%##AT"#!.3)#
Test Classification
External disconnector requirements
None
DC breakdown voltage (1mA)
6
Firing voltage
6
Operating current
<1mA
Surge current rating In (20 times)
Surge current rating Ismax (2 times)
50kA (8/20us)
K!US
Residual voltage with full cable
K6K!U3
Residual voltage with minimal cable
(100mm total)
K6K!U3
<2.5kV (50kA, 8/20uS)
6mm2 cable (black and green/yellow) for connection
Connections
Mounting
None required for fixed installation (suspended by cable)
Dimensions & Weight
XXMMNOTINCLUDINGCABLESG
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Connection Diagram
Sub-board with remote MEN
link connection
Important: Before installing the device, please read and follow the installation and operating instructions.
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Point of Use Protection
Category A (6kV/200A)
30 Eaton TVSS
Powerware® POD
Surge Powerboard for IT and AV applications
Series Power Filter and Shunt Surge Diverter
10A, 220-250V, 60kA
The Powerware POD protects your precious Computer System,
Home Entertainment System and other valuable electronic
equipment from surges, spikes and noise caused by lightning
and other power disturbances.
Its series power filter provides superior protection against
surges and spikes, with the additional benefit of protecting
against line noise that may affect sensitive equipment. With a
surge rating of 60kA, the POD out-performs and outlasts many
other products that provide shunt-only protection.
The POD not only protects your power circuits, but also protects
against “back door” surges that can enter your systems
telephone lines, aerials or network cables.
The POD is manufactured from the highest quality materials and
is ergonomically and aesthetically designed to suit office and
home installations. Rest easy with a five year full replacement
warranty and a $100,000 load protection guarantee* (Australia
and New Zealand).
Key Features:
s0/$/UTLETOR0/$/UTLETMODELS
s!MPSURGEPROTECTION
s(IGHESTQUALITYPOWERSOCKETSWITHEXTRAWIDESPACING
s6ISUALINDICATIONOF0OWERAND3URGE0ROTECTIONSTATUS
sMETREPOWERCORDWITHINSULATEDPINS
s2ESETTABLECIRCUITBREAKER
s0OWER/N/FFSWITCH
s$ATA6IDEO!ERIALAND0HONE,INESURGEPROTECTIONON0/$
s$ATA6IDEO!ERIAL#ABLE46AND0HONE,INESURGE
PROTECTIONON0/$
s.ETWORKCABLETELEPHONECABLEAND#OAXCABLESUPPLIED
s7ALLMOUNTABLETOSAVEVALUABLEFLOORSPACE
2 Mode 3 Element Series Filter
3 Mode 2 Stage Surge Diverter
Surge Category
Primary
MOV
Protection
0/$AND0/$ARESUITABLE
for use in category
locations:
Series
Blocking
Inductors
High
Frequency
Capacitor
Normal
Mode
Secondary
MOV
Protection
Normal
Mode
Category A
(6kV/200A) Long final sub
circuits & power outlets
Power
Input
Power
Output
Common Mode
Common Mode
POD Block Diagram
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Powerware® POD
Specifications
Power Connections
0/$
POD
Input Voltage:
220-250VAC
Frequency:
Maximum Continuous Load:
Current Limiting:
0/$
POD
Nominal Line Impedance
6000 Ohms
6RMS
50/60Hz
Maximum Line Voltage
10 Amps
Clamping Voltage (Line to Line)
66AC2-3
Clamping Voltage
(Line to Earth)
66AC2-3
#LASS))))%##ATEGORY!!.3))%%%
C62.41)
Test Classification
Phone/Fax Connections (RJ11)
Resettable Circuit Breaker
Clamping Voltage (Line to Neutral):
6
Clamping Voltage (Neutral to Earth):
680V
Response Time
500ns nominal
Maximum Surge Current
0EAKLETTHROUGHVOLTAGEK!,,
20,000 Amps
1000V
JOULES
Aggregate energy absorption
Response Time:
5nS Nominal
Aggregate Surge Current:
Video/Aerial Connections
60,000 Amps
Maximum surge current (one pulse L-N):
Connections
40,000 Amps
Maximum surge current (one pulse L-E):
10,000 Amps
Nominal Line Impedance
Maximum surge current (one pulse N-E):
10,000 Amps
Signal Loss
Aggregate Energy Absorption:
*OULES
Clamping Voltage
Attenuation at full load:
>40dB @ 1MHz
Network Connections (RJ45)
Lines Protected
Clamping Volage (Line to Line)
Weight
<20V
Layout Diagrams
Indication
for Protected
& Earthed
Power Sw itch
with illumination
TV Antenna
In/Out
Network
(broadband / Ethernet)
Telephone / Fax
/ Answeri ng
machine etc.
Ex tra-wide spacing
for plug packs
Insulated pins
32 Eaton TVSS Point of Use Protection
Video Connector & F Type
Screw Connector
/HMS
!PPROXD" -(Z
66AC2-3
20,000 Amps
Aggregate energy absorption
Dimensions (L x W x Hmm)
Due to continual product improvement specifications are subject to change without notice.
Copyright 2008 Eaton Industries Pty Ltd
Circuit
B reaker
0/$
Video Connector
Maximum Surge Current
0/$
POD
POD
200 joules
XX
XX
0.8 kg
1.0 kg
Powerware® SSFi
Portable Surge Filter
Applications
s0LUGIN503SYSTEMS
s3ERVERS
s0ORTABLEINSTRUMENTATION
s0/3SYSTEMS
s3MALLOFFICESYSTEMS
Key Features
s3URGESUPPRESSIONANDFILTERINGINASINGLEPACKAGE
s3MALLFOOTPRINTMODULARDESIGN
s%NCLOSEDIN)0PAINTEDMETALHOUSING
s3URGESUPPRESSIONRATINGOFK!,.
s0ROTECTION&AIL)NDICATORS
sMODE3TAGE0ROTECTION
s-ONTH7ARRANTY
Surge Filter, 1 Phase 10A and 15A, 25kA Primary
The SSFi is designed to provide secondary protection against power surges caused by external sources such as lightning strikes and
substation switching, as well as providing a measure of protection from surge events generated on the secondary side of the filter.
4HEUNITHASBEENDESIGNEDINACCORDANCEWITH!3!3)%#)%#ANDOTHERSTANDARDSANDCODESAS
applicable.
4HE33&IISASTAGEPROTECTIONUNITUTILISINGPRIMARYANDSECONDARY-/6PROTECTIONINCONJUNCTIONWITHA,OW1,#lLTER4HEUNIT
provides filtering of the line harmonics, noise and RF transmitters with a cut-off frequency of <10kHz and a minimum attenuation of
D"ABOVE-HZ4HEOPERATIONSTATUSOFTHE33&IISINDICATEDBYLAMPSONTHEFRONTPANEL4HE/+LIGHTINDICATESTHATPOWERIS
APPLIEDTOTHE33&I4HE&!5,4LIGHTINDICATESTHATTHESURGEPROTECTIONCIRCUITRYISDAMAGEDANDTHEUNITSHOULDBEREPLACED!NIDEAL
device for Category A locations.
2 Mode 3 Element Series Filter
3 Mode 2 Stage Surge Diverter
Surge Category
Primary
MOV
Protection
SSF10i and SSF15i are
suitable for use in
category locations:
Series
Blocking
Inductors
High
Frequency
Capacitor
Normal
Mode
Secondary
MOV
Protection
Normal
Mode
Category A
(6kV/200A) Long final sub
circuits & power outlets
Power
Input
Power
Output
Common Mode
Common Mode
SSFi Block Diagram
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Powerware® SSFi
Specifications
Technical Specifications
SSF10i
SSF15I
Number of ports
2 Port
Method of mounting
Portable
Input voltage - Uc
200-250VAC 1 Phase
Maximum Continuous voltage - MCOV
285VAC L-N
6!#,.MINS
Temporary overvoltage - TOV
Service type
TT, TN, TN C-S or any 1 phase system with a grounded neutral.
This unit must not be connected to an ungrounded system.
Test Classification
Class II
0RIMARY0ROTECTION,.*
Primary Common Mode protection L-E & N-E = 480J
Secondary protection L-N = 225J
Secondary Common Mode protection L-E & N-E = 480J
Aggregate rating = 1,555J
Energy Absorption rating - per mode (joules)
Current rating - continuous
10A
15A
#LASS))))%##ATEGORY!!.3))%%%#
Test Classification
Recommended max. overcurrent protection
10A
15A
Residual current
<0.5 mA
Protection modes
Line-Neutral, Line-Earth, Neutral-Earth
In 8/20us (Line-Neutral) Nominal surge life
10kA x 20 hits
In 8/20us (Line-Earth) Nominal surge life
K!XHITS
In 8/20us (Neutral-Earth) Nominal surge life
K!XHITS
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Neutral) Max surge level
20kA
Ismax 8/20us (Line-Earth) Max surge level
10kA
Ismax 8/20us (Neutral-Earth) Max surge level
10kA
Filter attenuation
40dB nominal above 1MHz
Initial clamp voltage (Line-Neutral)
560V
Initial clamp voltage (Line-Earth)
680V
Initial clamp voltage (Neutral-Earth)
680V
Residual voltage (Vpl) (Line-Neutral) (Let through voltage)
K!U3
Residual voltage (Vpl) (Line-Earth) (Let through voltage)
K!U3
K!U3
Residual voltage (Vpl) (Neutral-Earth) (Let through voltage)
Internal protection (fusing)
Thermal fusing on primary line-connected MOVs
)%##!INPUTX)%##!OUTPUTX
Terminations
)%##!INPUTX)%##!OUTPUTX
Alarms/indicators
2 LED display, Power OK, Protection Fault
Location Category
Indoor
Enclosure rating
IP20
)%#)%#!.3))%%%##AT"#$%!3#AT"#$%!3!3#%MARK
Design Standards:
Dimensions & Weight
155 x 150 x 50 mm (W x D x H), 500g
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Line Diagram
Thermal fuse
Differential protection
Differential and common-mode filtering
LINE IN
LINE OUT
Indicator/Alarm
L-N protection
CM TX
CF
L-N protection
NEUTRAL IN
NEUTRAL OUT
N-E protection
L-E protection
L-E protection
EARTH IN
EARTH OUT
Common-mode protection.
34 Eaton TVSS Point of Use Protection
N-E protection
Eaton EMTJ and ERAK Series
CAT5, CAT6 and Power-over Ethernet Dataline Protectors
ECAT6PPC
ERAK16EC5
Key Features:
s3TATEOFTHEARTAVALANCHEDIODEANDTHYRISTORTECHNOLOGY
s)MPROVEDRELIABILLITYANDMAXIMISEDSYSTEMSUPTIME
s(IGHSPEEDHIGHENERGYHANDLINGCAPABILITY
s%ASYTOINSTALLCOMPACTINLINEINSTALLATION
s-ANUFACTUREDINTHE53!
EMTJC6
EMTJ Series
ERAK Series
Eaton's EMTJ series of single port I/O devices guard sensitive
data networks against lightning induced surges, ac power
interference, and electrostatic discharge and ground loop
energies. The EMTJ Series offer protection for LAN interface
technologies such as Ethernet, 10/100BaseT, CAT5, CAT5e, CAT6
and Power over Ethernet.
%ATONgS%2!+3ERIESOFFERPORTmUSHMOUNTINCHRELAY
rack protectors for either 10/100BaseT Ethernet (CAT5) or
Power over Ethernet protection.
Typical applications include: Network Interface Cards (NICs),
switches, hubs, repeaters, bridges, routers, point-of-sale
terminals, modems, fax machines, telephones and most types
of communication equipment utilising RJ45 modular telephone
jacks.
Model
EMTJC6
ECAT6PPC
EMTJPOE60V
Network Type
CAT6/5/5e
CAT6
POE
Clamp Voltage
12V
6
0INS6
0INS6
!
(10/1000uS)
!
(10/1000uS)
0INS!
0INS!
Response Time
< 5 ns
< 5 ns
< 5 ns
Max shunt
capacitance
< 25 pF
< 5 pF
(Device Only)
< 25 pF
(Ethernet Lines Only)
XXMM
XXMM
XXMM
0.1kg
0.1kg
0.1kg
Max surge
current
Size
(not incl cable)
Weight
Whether for a single network concentrator or an entire relay
rack of voltage-sensitive equipment, ERAK series protectors
are one of the most cost-effective and versatile devices of their
kind. These devices exhibit an extremely fast response time of
less than 5 nanoseconds.
Model
Network Type
Number of ports
ERAK16POE60V
CAT5
POE
16
16
6
0INS6
0INS6
!
(10/1000uS)
0INS!
0INS!
Response Time
< 5 ns
< 5 ns
Max shunt
capacitance
< 40 pF
< 25 pF
(Ethernet Lines Only)
XXMM
25
XXMM
25
0.64 kg
0.64 kg
Clamp Voltage
Max surge current
Size
Due to continual product improvement specifications are subject to change without notice.
Copyright 2008 Eaton Industries Pty Ltd
ERAK16EC5
Weight
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Powerware® PWSF8RU
Single Phase Rack Mounted Filter/PDU
Key Features
sWAY!0OWER&ILTER
s#ANBERACKORSURFACEMOUNTED
sMODESTAGEPROTECTION
s2ESETTABLECIRCUITBREAKERFOROVERCURRENTPROTECTION
Surge Filter, 1 Phase 10A, 25kA Primary
The PWSF8RU is designed to protect equipment against power surges and electrical noise whilst providing a convenient
combination of power outlets to suit most applications. A unique mounting system allows mounting in many different
modes to suit crowded racks. Even if no rack space exists, the units may be mounted externally on the front or rear of
the rack. For horizontal mounting, the units require a single 1RU rack space for installation. For vertical mounting, the unit
REQUIRES25MMOFRACKSPACE4HEUNITMAYALSOBEmUSHMOUNTEDTOEITHERSIDEOFARACKORCABINET
Technical Specifications
PWSF8RU
Current rating
10A total
Configuration
Single-phase, L/N/E.
Surge Protection Category
!3.:3#ATEGORY"
Primary protection modes
L-N, L-E, and N-E
Secondary protection modes
L-N, L-E, and N-E
Surge rating (8/20uS L-N)
Let-through voltage
Overvoltage withstand
Filter type
22.5kA
6 K!
62-3
Low Q/low C filter providing differential and common-mode filtering.
Attenuation
> 50dB above 1MHz.
Voltage drop
,ESSTHAN6ATRATEDLOAD
Input connection
Output connections
Approved power cord with Australian 10A plug
!USTRALIANPIN!X
Enclosure
Steel, powder coated, black.
Dimensions (without brackets)
441 x 120 x 44 mm (W x D x H)
Weight
1.2kg
Due to continual product improvement specifications are subject to change without notice. Copyright 2008 Eaton Industries Pty Ltd
36 Eaton TVSS Point of Use Protection
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Protection
Category
ANSI/IEEE
C62.41
A
SSF10i / 15i
B&C
B&C
SPD3N / Gi
MSDi
3
3
1
1
1
3
3
1
-
-
-
EMTJC6
ECAT6PPC
PWSF8RU
A
Rackmount Power Filters
-
ERAK16EC5
Cord
-
-
-
Dataline Network Transient Protectors
All
B&C
MSFXX3i
SPFi
B&C
B
DSFi
MSFXX1i
B
CSFi
Hardwired Surge Power Filters
B&C
SPD120i
B
SPDT60-255
1
-
B
B&C
SPD50NGi
1
Cord
Cord
Cord
Connection/
Phases
B&C
SPDV60-300
SPDQM1
Hardwired Surge Diverters
A
A
POD
POD+
Portable Surge Power Filters
TVSS
Product
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
CEi = 30kA/ph
DEi = 45kA/ph
EEi = 90kA/ph
60kA/ph
60kA
15kA
10kA
75kA/ph
20kA
50kA
40kA
30kA
50kA (N-E)
30kA
10kA
3kA
3kA
Nominal
Surge
Current (In)
L-N x 20 hits
22.5kA
132A
97A
132A/port
CEi = 80kA/ph
DEi = 120kA/ph
EEi = 240kA/ph
160kA/ph
160kA
50kA
25kA
200kA/ph
40kA/ph
100kA
60kA
60kA
70kA (N-E)
60kA
25kA
40kA
40kA
Max Surge
Current (max)
L-N
10A
N/A
N/A
N/A
100A, 160A,
200A, 315A,
400A
40A or 63A
40A or 63A
32A
25A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
10A / 15A
10A
10A
Max Load
Current
L-N, L-E, N-E
W-W, W-E
W-W, W-E
W-W, W-E
L-N, N-E
L-N, L-E, N-E
L-N, L-E, N-E
L-N, L-E, N-E
L-N, L-E, N-E
L-N, L-E, N-E
L-N, N-E or
L-N, L-E
L-N or L-E
N-E
L-N
N-E
L-N
L-N, L-E, N-E
L-N, L-E, N-E
L-N, L-E, N-E
Protective
Modes
For use in commercial, industrial and domestic applications
Quick Product Selection Guide
2
1
1
1/port
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
Shunt
Diversion
Stages
19" Rack
Portable
Portable
19" Rack
Surface
Surface
Surface
Surface
DIN Rail
Surface
DIN Rail
DIN Rail
DIN
DIN
Cable
-
Portable
Portable
Portable
Mounting
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
No
No
CE Mark
Applicable
Y/N
Yes
N/A
N/A
N/A
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Power
Filtering
Y/N
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Status
Indicators
Y/N
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Remote
Alarm
Y/N
441x120x44mm, 1.2kg
91x37x23mm, 0.1kg
91x37x23mm, 0.1kg
483x98x20mm, 0.64kg
100-250A = 600 x 200 x
800mm, 50-60kg
315A & 400A = 800 x 400 x
1000mm, 100kg
370x160x560mm, 14kg
210x160x560mm, 9kg
140x50x270mm, 1.5kg
70x68x90mm, 200g
370x160x560mm, 14kg
70x68x90mm, 200g
70x68x90mm, 200g
18x65x97mm, 0.1kg
18x65x97mm, 0.1kg
60x15x15mm, 0.15kg
25x71x93mm, 0.3kg
150x140x50mm, 500g
383x130x42mm, 1kg
338x130x42mm, 800g
Dimensions & Weight
UPS & Surge Filter Selection Guide
UPS Model
Rating
Main (Rectifier) Input Surge Filter
Bypass Input Surge Filter
PW51251000A
1kVA
SSF10i
NA
PW51251500A
1.5kVA
SSF10i
NA
PW51252000A
2kVA
SSF10i
NA
PW51252200A
2.2kVA
SSF10i
NA
07I8,5
1.25kVA
SSF10i
NA
07I8,5
K6!
SSF10i
NA
07I8,5
2.5kVA
SSF15i
NA
07I8,5
K6!
SSF15i
NA
0OWERWARE
Dual or Single Input UPS, for single input use Rectifier input rating
07!
6kVA
DSFi
DSFi
07'48,!5
K6!
SSF10i plug/play, or CSFi/DSFi Hardwired
NA
07'48,!5
1kVA
SSF10i plug/play, or CSFi/DSFi Hardwired
NA
07'48,!5
1.5kVA
SSF10i plug/play, or CSFi/DSFi Hardwired
NA
07'48,!5
2kVA
SSF10i plug/play, or CSFi/DSFi Hardwired
NA
07'48,!5
K6!
SSF15i plug/play, or CSFi/DSFi Hardwired
NA
07'28,5!5
1kVA
SSF10i plug/play, or CSFi/DSFi Hardwired
NA
07'28,5!5
2kVA
SSF10i plug/play, or CSFi/DSFi Hardwired
NA
07'28,5!5
K6!
SSF15i plug/play, or CSFi/DSFi Hardwired
NA
07'8,5
6kVA
DSFi
NA
0OWERWARE
Dual or Single Input UPS, for single input use Rectifier input rating
07(7
K6!
DSFi
DSFi
07(7
10kVA
DSFi
DSFi
0OWERWARE3
Dual or Single Input UPS, for single input use Rectifier input rating
07I3XX
8kVA
PWMSF401CCMi
PWMSF401CCMi
07I3XX
10kVA
07-3&##-I
07-3&##-I
0OWERWARE.
$UAL)NPUT5030HASE2ECTIlER0HASE"YPASS
07I.XX
8kVA
07-3&##-I
PWMSF401CCMi
07I.XX
10kVA
07-3&##-I
07-3&##-I
07I.XX
12kVA
07-3&##-I
07-3&##-I
07I.XX
15kVA
07-3&##-I
07-3&##-I
Powerware 5125
0OWERWARE
0OWERWARE
0OWERWARE
07I.XX
20kVA
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38 Eaton TVSS
For UPS ratings above 160 kVA please contact your Eaton representative for further information
Quickmov™
Fast, Safe &
Dependable
Safety and
Performance.
Eaton’s Quickmov™ is a fully
integrated Surge Protection Device
(SPD), designed for stand-alone
mounting or to plug straight into a
Quicklag™ loadcentre, connecting
to the chassis busbar for the lowest
source impedance.
ideal for primary protection in main
switchboards and can be used in
conjunction with an Eaton
Neutral-Earth arrestor for
distribution boards remote from the
M.E.N point.
Quickmov™ combines surge
diversion with fail-safe protection to
Quickmov™ employs advanced
deliver unsurpassed levels of safety
MOV technology with embedded
thermal protection housed in a dual and performance.
barrier flame retardant case to
provide optimum surge protection
performance. With a 60kA surge
suppression rating, Quickmov™ is
39
Eaton Corporation is a diversified power management company ranked
among the largest Fortune 500 companies. The electrical group is Eaton’s
largest division and is a global leader in electrical control, power
distribution, power quality, automation, and monitoring products and
services. Eaton’s global electrical brands, including Cutler-Hammer®,
MGE Office Protection Systems™, Powerware®, Holec®, MEM®, Santak
and Moeller, provide customer-driven PowerChain Management®
solutions to serve the power system needs of the industrial, institutional,
government, utility, commercial, residential, IT, mission critical and OEM
markets worldwide.
PowerChain Management solutions help enterprises achieve sustainable
and competitive advantages through proactive management of the
power system as a strategic, integrated asset throughout its life cycle.
With Eaton’s distribution, generation and power quality equipment;
full-scale engineering services; and information management systems,
the power system is positioned to deliver powerful results: greater
reliability, operating cost efficiencies, effective use of capital, enhanced
safety, and risk mitigation.
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