SLP20GI Module Series

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LED Lights Surge Protection Device –  SLP20GI Module Series


Description

LSP’s SLP20GI thermally protected Surge Protective Device is a self-protected device specially designed to be used in outdoor and commercial LED lighting fixtures for transient overvoltage protection.

It has been developed with LSP’s thermally protected varistor technology.

Its built-in thermal disconnect function provides additional protection to prevent catastrophic failure and fire hazard even under extreme circumstances of varistor end-of-life or sustaining overvoltage conditions.

The SLP20GI features a built-in LED indicator that notifies when replacement of the module is needed.

  Applications

  Features

• Outdoor and Commercial LED Lighting
• Roadway lighting
• Traffic lighting
• Digital signage
• Wall wash lighting
• Parking garage lighting
• Flood lighting
• Tunnel lighting
• Street lighting

LED Lights Surge Protection Device - Applications

• Build-in LED Indication, saves maintenance time by identifying replacement need
• Thermally Protected
• Suitable for use in luminaire with Class I or Class II insulation∗
• 20kA Maximum Discharge Current (Imax), 8/20μs
• High line-to-earth/ground resistance
• IP66: Dust-tight and water resistant
• Parallel or Series connected options
• IEC 61643-11/EN 61643-11 recognized∗

∗ See ‘Part Numbering System’ for exact details of voltages available for Class I and Class II
installations, and ‘Device Ratings and Specifications’ table for voltage specific approvals.

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CAUTION: Stresses above those listed in ‘Absolute Maximum Ratings’ may cause permanent damage to the device. This is a stress only rating and operation of the device at these or any other conditions above those indicated in the operational sections of this specification is not implied.

LED-Lights-SPDs-Ratings and Specifications
Glossary:
1. MCOV/UC: Maximum Continuous Operating Voltage – maximum r.m.s. the voltage that could be continuously applied to the SPD.
2. Maximum Discharge Current Imax (A): The maximum discharge current is a measure of the SPDs maximum capability; the single impulse of discharge current uses the 8/20μs
current waveform. All Devices pass maximum discharge current with possible, safe opening of thermal disconnect.
3. Nominal Discharge Current In (A): The nominal discharge current is a measure of the SPDs endurance capability; 15 impulses of discharge current uses the 8/20μs current waveform.
4. MLV: Measured limiting voltage; the highest value of residual voltage measurements during the application of impulses of 8/20μs nominal discharge current (In); an average voltage value of 15 impulses
5. Up: IEC 61643-11 Voltage protection level; the highest value of residual voltage measurements during the application of impulses of 8/20μs nominal discharge current (In); a rounding voltage value of the maximum measurement.

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