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Portable Surge Protector 120VAC PSP120V

$129.00

  • Use on 120VAC circuits only
  • Can be used with an extension cord or multiplug adapter as long as the maximum 15 A load current is maintained
  • 50kA transient voltage surge rating
  • 3ns response time
  • Protects electrical circuit even when power is not applied
  • Works great on RVs and generators too
  • Small design can be mounted just about anywhere
  • 3 foot total cord length
SKU: PSP120V Category:

Class leading protection for sensitive electronic equipment from the stress and damage due to transient voltage spikes. The products work by diverting the overvoltage surges away from the the protected devices and shunting them to ground in fractions of a second (Much faster than a typical current controlled protection device). Protects source and load devices by providing over 50,000 Amps of surge current capacity. Protects connected devices from damage due to Lightning, Solar Flare, EMP (All phases), Grid Voltage Surges, and more. Must be connected to an electrical circuit that has a breaker or fuse of at least 15A, this device does not protect against load short circuit conditions.

Additional information

Weight7 oz
Dimensions3.5 × 1.75 × 1.25 in
Ratings

UL, MIL-STD, RoHS, ISO, JASO

Warranty

5 Year Limited Warranty

Items included

Portable Surge Defender with attached 3' wire, Instructions, Hook and Loop adhesive backed Velcro, Stainless steel mounting screws

UPC #

753620357633

Application

Commercial, Farm, Generator, Home, Irrigation, Marine, RV, Solar, Wind

Connection Type

NEMA 5-15

Continuous Current Rating

15

EM Rating

EMP (E1, E2 and E3 Phase), Solar Flare (CME)

Environment of Use

Indoor

Form Factor

Plug-In

Service Type

Split Phase

Surge Current Rating (A)

50kA

Type of Surge Protection

AC

SPD Classification

Type 3

Voltage (Vac)

120

Will this protect my generator if it is not turned on

Answer: Yes, this device does not require power to protect the electrical circuit it is connected to

Can I use this on my refrigerator to protect it from surges

Answer: Yes

What is the difference between 15A maximum and 50kA maximum surge

Answer: The 15 amp rating is for continuous current when the connected device is being powered. The 50kA rating is for transient surges only

Portable Surge Protector 120VAC Instructions

Portable Surge Protector 120VAC Instructions

Portable Surge Protector 120VAC Datasheet

Portable Surge Protector 120VAC Datasheet