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Surge Protect Access Control

Surge protect security systems from damaging surges and lightning.

 TPD-xxSLPyy (Example TPD-24SLP4 which is a 24V, 4 wire protector)
XX = Operating Voltages 10V, 15V, 24V, 48V, 120V and 190V
YY = 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 8-RJ45
Max Amperage: 400mA
Max Data Rate: 10Mbps
Response Time: < 1 nanosecond
Strength: 16kA per pair
Ten Year Unlimited Free Replacement Warranty
Series Resistance: < 0.1 ohm
Enclosure Type: High impact, Non metallic
Din rail or screw down mountable

 

Access Control Surge Protection

TPX-1S240-F Breaker Panels Feeding Equipment

TPD-10SLP6 RS232/422 Hardwired Door Or Card Readers

TPD-15SLP6 RS485 Hardwired Door Or Card Readers

TPD-DB9 RS232/422/485 DB9 Connection

TPD-Cat6-POE IP Readers or Cameras

TPD-Cat6 Ethernet cable or Switch

 

How to surge protect an access control system?
Surprisingly, the design of security systems oftentimes does not include surge protection. Yet, the simple implementation of surge protectors to protect life safety and security devices so they continue operating without interruption is overlooked. Luckily TPD surge protection can be easily and cost-effectively added to almost any security system. Surge protect the breaker panel feeding the security system or place a 120V hardwired surge protector directed in front of the security panel. It is also recommended to surge protect potentially damaging communication pathways. This could be communication wires between security panels or from cameras, entry turnstiles, motion sensors, card readers, electric strike door lock, keypad door locks, magnetic contact sound alarms etc. It is most common for surge damage when these lines leave the building. It is also recommended to protect problems areas or long runs that connects security panels that are powered from a separate breaker panel. In the the latest 2020 NEC code it is required to correctly terminate and or surge protect all data lines when they leave and reenter a building or structure.