Aiphone SA-1 Surge Arrestor for Intercom Systems

Aiphone SA-1 Surge Arrestor for Intercom Systems

Aiphone SA-1 Surge Arrestor for Intercom Systems

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Aiphone SA-1 Surge Arrestor for Intercom Systems

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The SA-1 Surge Arrestor from Aiphone protects Aiphone intercom systems from damage due to power surges and lightning strikes. It can be used to protect power inputs to all Aiphone DC powered systems, and to protect intercom circuits by dispersing surges on the station wires.

Each SA-1 unit will protect two intercom station wires and discharge up to 180V of current.

Helps prevent damage to intercoms caused by power surges and lightning strikes
Discharges up to 180V of surging voltage
Mulitple SA-1 units can be used within a system
Each SA-1 unit protects two wires connected to the intercom
Easy to install; screw terminal connections
Small size makes the SA-1 Surge Arrestor easy to mount and conceal
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Aiphone SA-1 Surge Arrestor for Intercom Systems
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Compatible with C-123L/A ChimeCom System
    MP-S Mid-Power Intercom System
    CCS-1A ChimeCom2 System
    MK & MY Intercom System
    IE Chime Tone Intercom System
    NEM Lamp Memory Intercom System
    LEM Hands Free Intercom System
    MC-60/4A MarketCom System
    LEF Hands Free Selective Call System
    VC-M Multi-Tenant Audio Entry System
    AP-M High Power Intercom System
    VY Pan Tilt Video Entry Call System
    Power Supplied by the master station
    Voltage Discharge: 180 V approximately
    Isolation Resistance: 10 GΩ
    Current Surge: 2.5 kA approximately
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 2.1 x 1.3 x 0.8" (5.3 x 3.3 x 2.0 cm)

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