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SURGEX SA1810 Standalone Surge Eliminator

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Product Highlights
  • Advanced Series Mode Surge Protection
  • Impedance Tolerant EMI/RFI Filtering

The SurgeX SA1810 Standalone Surge Eliminator is engineered to protect independent audio and video equipment in any environment. This compact protection solution fits alongside standalone equipment, takes up minimal space, and is suitable for AV, security, and computer systems that are installed outside of a rack.

Featuring Advanced Series Mode surge elimination technology, the SA1810 provides premium protection for sensitive equipment that relies on audio and video performance. Unlike common protection solutions, the SurgeX protection technology is non-sacrificial and eliminates surge energy up to 6,000V, without producing harmful side effects such as ground contamination or common-mode disturbances that can degrade the performance of AV systems. With SurgeX, your connected equipment will be protected from destructive spikes, surges, and inductive transients that can cause disruptions and catastrophic damage.

When fitted with the optional mounting brackets, this standalone unit easily mounts where you need it. The SA1810 is rated for 15A and has 10 industrial grade grounded AC receptacles. The unit features both common mode and normal mode Impedance Tolerant EMI/RFI filtering for a comprehensive power conditioning solution.

Magnetic shielding steel enclosure
9' (2.75m) grounded 3-wire #14 line cord
Ten grounded AC receptacles
Advanced Series Mode surge protection
Advanced Impedance Tolerant EMI/RFI filtering
Self-test circuit with visual indicator
Protects audio-video based equipment from power disturbances and damage
Provides 100% fail-safe, non-sacrificial protection
Eliminates surge energy up to 6,000V/3,000A
Features SurgeX Advanced Series Mode surge elimination technology and EMI/RFI filtering
Improves audio and video performance
Compact design
A-1-1 certified
Made in U.S.A.
Load Rating 15 A @ 120 V
Power Requirement 10 W @ no load
Certifications & Approvals UL 1449 Adjunct Classification Test Results: 1,000 surges, 6,000 V, 3,000 A, B3 pulse
Measured suppressed voltage: 170 V, no failures
Federal Guidelines: Grade A, Class 1, Mode 1 (CID A-A-55818)
EMI/RFI Filter, Normal Mode (50 Ω load): 40 dB at 100 kHz, 50 dB at 300 kHz, 50 dB at 3 MHz, 50 dB at 30 MHz
EMI/RFI Filter, Common Mode (50 Ω load): 18 dB at 300 kHz, 30 dB at 1 MHz, 50 dB at 5 MHz, 50 dB at 20 MHz
Safety Surge Let-Through Voltage (6,000 V surge): 0 V
Maximum Applied Surge Voltage: 6,000 V
Maximum Applied Surge Current: Unlimited, due to current limiting
Maximum Applied Surge Energy: Unlimited, due to current limiting
Endurance (C62.41-1991 Category B3 pulses): 1 kV > 500,000, 3 kV > 10,000, 6 kV > 1,000 1
Please Note:

1.2 x 50 µs pulse, industry standard combination wave surge, as per IEEE C62.41.

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Temperature Range 41 to 95ºF (5 to 35ºC)
Humidity Range 5 to 95% R.H., non-condensing
Listings ETL and cETL certified to (UL 1449; CSA C22.2 No.8-M1986, R2000) UL 1283
Dimensions (H x W x D) 4.0 x 10.2 x 4.2" (10.2 x 25.9 x 10.7 cm)
Weight 8.5 lb (3.8 kg)
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