Surge Protective Devices

A lightning strike can produce much more energy than previously thought possible. In fact, a “typical” lightning strike can carry nearly 3 billion kW at approximately 125 million volts, with an average current of more than 20,000 amps.

Legrand designers provide innovative solutions to secure not only the building structure but also protect human beings from electrical shocks, by creating efficient surge protection systems.

Specifications and standards::
EN 61643-11
IEC 61643-11

Legrand offers several types of Surge Protective Devices that suit several applications:

OPTIMUM PROTECTION
A COMPLETE RANGE FOR ALL RISK LEVELS
Class I (T1) low voltage SPDs

OPTIMUM PROTECTION
AND ADAPTABILITY TO SUIT LOCAL HABITS
Class II (T2) low voltage SPDs

ADD-ON SPDS
INCREASED RELIABILITY AND SAFETY
Class II (T2) low voltage SPDs with integrated protection

DESIGN AND FUNCTIONALITY,
PERFECT INTEGRATION IN DISTRIBUTION BOARDS
SPDs for telephone lines

Features:

New Legrand SPDs,
a complete range for all risk levels

Optimum protection
and adaptability to suit local habits

Add-on SPDs,
increased reliability and safety

Design and functionality,
perfect distribution board integration.

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