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Lowell Introduces Hardwired Surge Suppressors

Lowell has introduced new 30A hardwired surge suppressors. The surge suppressors defeat surges up to 72,000 amps and suppress the line to neutral without ground contamination.    Lowell COMPAC 30A. Several models are offered to fi
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Lowell has introduced new 30A hardwired surge suppressors. The surge suppressors defeat surges up to 72,000 amps and suppress the line to neutral without ground contamination.

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 Lowell COMPAC 30A.


Several models are offered to fit a variety of applications. All are ETL Listed in the U.S. and Canada and conform to the latest UL1449 third edition surge protective device standards.

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ACSP-30-series 30A surge suppressors.The low profile COMPAC (compact unit) features one 30A 125V NEMA L5-30R outlet that can also be converted to hardwired output. The 30A COMPAC includes multi-mount brackets and a six-foot, non-metallic, flexible whip that’s easier to manipulate in tight quarters than a standard metal clad conduit, according to the company. The COMPAC is available with a standard or insulated ground outlet.

For permanent (hardwired line and load connections) applications, Lowell offers the ACSP-30-series of 30A surge suppressors. Available with one, two or three circuits, each unit features an enclosure with screw terminal outputs, knockouts on all sides, assorted bushings to protect wiring, and a punched front cover that allows LEDs to show system status without opening the device.

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