|Max. continuous operating d.c. voltage
|Max. continuous operating a.c. voltage
|C2 Nominal discharge current (8/20μs) per line
|Voltage protection level [line-line]
|Voltage protection level [line-PG]
|Response time [line-line]
|Response time [line-PG]
|Operating temperature range
|RJ45 socket 8 line
|Degree of protection
Ethernet Surge Protector for Gigabit LAN Ethernet Network.
Ethernet Surge Protector – RJ-45 LAN Network Thunder Lightning Surge Suppressor/Arrester Protection Ethernet Network Card RJ45 Surge Protector Thunder Lightning Arrester Protection Device Protects your Ethernet device from the damage of lightning & surge.
Easy to install. Install between Ethernet and the protected device first, “IN” end is for input and “OUT” end is for output to the protected device, then set ground wire well and straight.
Aluminum Case, Line-Line Line-Ground Protection, 5KA 8/20μs.
Thunder Arrestor Protects Computer Networking Equipment Devices like Router, Modem, Camera, Switch etc.
Material: shielded aluminum alloy.
Dimensions: 102.2mm x 26.5mm x 40mm.
Protect network devices powered from Ethernet such as webcams.
Protect PSE (power-supply equipment) connected to a network from transient overvoltage.
Protect communication devices connected via Ethernet LAN from lightning surge entering through network cables.
Protect a wide array of valuable components such as switch, router, modem, bridge, repeater, or any part of internet service network.
The Ethernet lightning arrestor must be properly grounded to work.
The ethernet ground wire (11 Inch – 12 AWG) on the surge protector needs to be connected to ground through the shortest path. Excess electricity will follow the path of least resistance.
In most cases, a ground busbar on an electrical panel or network rack cabinet is already grounded and is typically the easiest way to ground the wire.
Other options to ground RJ45 surge protector are grounding block on the breaker panel, grounding rod or terminal of the closest outlet by connecting the ground wire to circular grounding hole on the grounded outlet center screw.
The lightning arrestor can be used with unshielded twisted pair (UTP) or shielded (STP) cables. The arrester is housed in a cast aluminum enclosure. The metal housing allows shielded current to be passed through the metal case of the network surge protector.