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|Minimum Order Quantity||100 Piece|
|No.of Poles||Triple Pole|
|Rated Current||10 kA|
|Rated Voltage||33 kV|
|Maximum Current||10 kA|
|Making Capacity||500 piece/day|
|Packaging Type||Corrugated Boxes|
|No. Of Poles||Triple Pole|
|Standard||IS 3070 Part-3/ IEC - 60099-4|
|Current Capacity||10 kA|
|Phase Type||Single Phase|
|Voltage Rating||33 kV|
|Arrester Type||Station Type|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
A surge arrester is a protective device for limiting voltage on equipment by discharging or bypassing surge current. It prevents continued flow to follow current to ground and it is capable of repeating these functions. An arrester does not absorb lightning or stop lightning. It diverts the lightning, limits the voltage and protects the equipment installed in parallel. Surge arresters have many applications, anywhere from protecting a home to a utility substation. They are installed on circuit breakers inside a residential home, inside padmounted transformers, on pole mounted transformers, on pole-mounted riser poles and substations. Standards for surge arresters are defined by IEC standard 60099-4.
A metal oxide varistor (MOV) surge arrester contains a series of metal oxide varistor blocks. These MOV blocks are like a voltage-controlled switch, which acts as an insulator with line voltage. Once the voltage the arrester experiences rises above the reference voltage of the arrester, the MOV blocks go into conduction. Since the MOV blocks are highly non-linear, once the voltage drops below the reference voltage, the conduction ends.
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