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Surge Voltage Protectors. SVPs are gas discharge tubes, hermetically sealed, composed of two or three electrodes properly spaced by insulators and filled with a rare gas. SVPs mainly serve to provide a conductive path for unwanted, excessive transients, which prevents the transient energy and associated voltages from damaging sensitive equipment and components, and from harming personnel.
Electrical Characteristics Common to All Types: Transition Time — 0.1 μs typ. RINS: ≥ 10,000 megohm. Capacitance: 1 pF typ. at 1 MHz. Operating and Storage Temperature Range: –40°C to +90°C.
Two-Electrode Type SVPs. Compact medium-duty two-electrode tubes.
Three-Electrode Type SVPs. These units meet or exceed parameters specified in RUS Specification PE-80.
High Surge Current Capacity at 20 kA Maximum
High Insulation Resistance at ≥1010 Ohm
Low Capacitance — Down to 1 pF