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Digital Signage Breaker Panels Surge Protection

Digital Signage Breaker Panels Surge Protection for all breaker panels, sub panels and disconnects 100 Amps and below

Model: TPX 50kA Series

15 Year Commercial Industrial Warranty Including Lightning, Enhanced Transient Filter, Listed UL1283 EMI/RFI Filter, Listed UL1449 3rd Edition Surge Suppressor, TYPE 1 & Type 2 SPD, Nema 4 Weather Proof Enclosure, 50kA Per Phase Peak Surge Current, 100kAIC Short Circuit Current Rating, Can be installed on any amperage panel.

Model Numbers & Specs
TPX-1S240-F
TPX-3Y208-F
TPX-3Y480-F

Whether it is a few lights out, erratic operation, glitches, discoloration, or not operating at all, digital signs are prone to surge damage. Due to their height, size and location, maintenance on digital signage can be particularly costly and often needs special equipment such as a bucket truck or high lift. Improve the power quality at the breaker panel for your sophisticated electronic loads. Rebooting, reprogramming and replacing processors, circuit boards and components can be a never-ending battle. Problems in the system are as simple as occasional glitches locking up or turning on and off equipment without user input to widespread damage during a severe lightning storm. Microprocessors read information through current pulses as binary code (0s and 1s). As different pieces of equipment, appliances and components turn on and off, voltage and current pulses, known as transients, are generated. These pulses of energy can negatively affect every piece of equipment in the system. The problems will vary depending upon the size and frequency of these pulses. As microprocessors try to function, these transient pulses of energy will cause lock-ups where data can become lost or corrupted. Larger pulses will cause catastrophic failure while smaller pulses degrade the life and reliability of these systems and controls.  A TPD surge protection option to protect breaker panels from harmful electrical disturbances that could destroy equipment and cause downtime to your systems.