Mersen 275 V ac 12.5kA STPT12, Plug In Mounting

  • RS Stock No. 179-3073
  • Mfr. Part No. 83120002
  • Manufacturer Mersen
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Exempt
COO (Country of Origin): ES
Product Details

STP T12 12.5 is the series of combined Type 1+2/Class I+II devices for discharging lightning currents and protecting against voltage surges. Suitable as the first step of protection in incoming power supply panels and areas with exposure to the atmosphere, where installations are usually provided with an external lightning protection system.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Maximum Voltage Rating 275 V ac
Mounting Type Plug In
Maximum Surge Current 12.5kA
Series STPT12
Minimum Operating Temperature -40°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +80°C
On back order for despatch 28/10/2019, delivery within 5 working days from despatch date.
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 243.14
(exc. GST)
$ 267.45
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 - 1
$243.14
2 - 4
$221.04
5 - 9
$202.61
10 - 19
$187.04
20 +
$169.63
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