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EATON CHSPT2ULTRA Ultimate Surge Protection 3rd Edition, 2.38" Length, 5.25" Width 7.5" Height
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|UPC||786685436883 , 094714835201|
|EAN||0786685436883 , 0094714835201|
|Number of Items||1|
|Specific Uses For Product||personal|
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Universally connects to any manufacturer’s load center (breaker box). Quick connect design—easy to mount telephone and cable protection modules. LED status indication. Type 2 AC Power protection. Indoor/Outdoor.120/240V Surge Protective Device. 108kA/Phase, UL 1449.
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All the Specs that put this product before other brands:
1.UL Certified under the UL 1449 3rd Edition and listed as a Transient Voltage Surge Suppressor (TVSS).
2.Modes of Protection: Line to Neutral (L-N), Neutral to Ground (N-G), Line to Ground (L-G) on both incoming lines and Line to Line (L-L).
3.Maximum Surge Current Capacity 108kA
(*** The IEEE recommends that a service panel protector have a minimum rating of 20kA to 70kA (or for high lightning areas 40kA 110kA) per hot wire***)
4.Short Circuit Current Rating (SCCR) 22kA
5.Voltage Protective Rating (VPR) L-N: 600V / L-G: 600V / L-L: 1000V / N-G: 800V
6.Maximum Continuous Operating Voltage (MCOV) L-N: 150V / L-G: 150V / L-L: 300V
(*** A surge protector’s MCOV should always be at least 15% above the of the system’s nominal voltage for both L-N and L-L modes. For example, on a 120V/240V unit, the L-N MCOV should be at least 138V and the L-L MCOV should be at least 276V***)
7.NEMA Type 4 (indoor or outdoor use)
(***The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) provides rating standards for electrical enclosures. The higher the NEMA enclosure type, the better they are at keeping out dirt, water, and other elements***)
As you can see from the pictures, I simply mounted this on top of my breaker box. The wires were not quite long enough to run down and connect into place so I used wire nuts, electrical tape, and 1 foot of solid core wire to lengthen the connections to fit into place. I also bought the cover plate for from Amazon as it does not come with the Surge Protector and must be purchased separately.
I'll update my review if as needed if we suffer a surge or lightening strike.