Cooper Bussmann Lightning Arrester Guards PV Cells From Damage
Photovoltaic installations up to 1000V UCPV can be protected by the prewired combined lightning current and surge arrester developed by Cooper Bussmann, the industry leader in critical circuit protection, power management and electrical safety.
This device is classified as Surge Protective Device (SPD) Class I according to IEC 61643-1s and is designed to handle the damaging effects on the electrical system from a direct lightning strike to the lightning conducting rod. It is suitable for applications where lightning currents are not only diverted via the external lightning protection system but also induced into the electrical cables.
Spark gaps are capable of managing the high energy transients caused by direct lightning strikes and this is achieved by modern spark gap technology incorporated in this lightning arrestor. As a result it has a high lightning current discharge capacity and enables maximum transient suppression for sensitive PV systems.
About Cooper Bussmann
Cooper Bussmann, the industry leader in critical circuit protection, power management and electrical safety, is a division of Cooper Industries plc (NYSE: CBE), and is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. The company is committed to the development, manufacturing and marketing of innovative circuit and power electronics protection and power management products; and provides engineering, training and testing services globally for the electrical, electronics and transportation industries. The company provides superior brands, including Cooper Bussmann® circuit protection products and services, Coiltronics® magnetics, and OMNEX Trusted Wireless® systems. Additional information about Cooper Bussmann is available online at www.cooperbussmann.com.
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