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    TS-ISG25 Isolating Spark Gap

  • Instruction

    ♦ TSTLP® Isolating Spark Gap for lightning equipotential bonding, especially for the separated earthing systems.

     

    ♦ Product Size [ TS-ISG25(A)  /TS-DG100(A) ]

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    ♦ Product Size [TS-ISG25(B) /TS-DG100(B) ]  

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    ♦ Basic Circuit Diagram

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    ♦ Technical Data 

    Model

    TS-ISG25 

    Lightning impulse current (10/350 µs)     [Iimp]

    25KA 

    Nominal discharge current (8/20 µs)        [In]

    100 KA

    Rated power-frequency withstand voltage (50 Hz)  [UW/AC]

    300 V

    100% Lightning impulse sparkover voltage       [Urimp]

    ≤ 1.5 kV

    Power frequency sparkover voltage (50 Hz)       [Uaw]

    ≤ 400 V

    Operating temperature range                   [TU]

    -40°C...+80°C

    Relative Humidity

    ≤ 95% (250C)

    Degree of protection

    IP 65

    Enclosure material

    Red/ Orange Thermoplastic UL94-V0  

    Connection

    Rd 10 mm

    Material (connection)

    SS/Cu

    Certification

    CE(EMC, LVD)

     

     MAIN CHARACTER 

    1, M10mm copper terminal

    2, For mounting in-door & out-doors, in damp rooms as well as underground installation

    3, High discharge current

    INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION 

    Applied for in-doors & out-doors,in damp rooms as well as underground installation. 

    TS-ISG25 (A) INSTALLATION DIAGRAM (for reference)

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    TS-ISG25 (B) INSTALLATION DIAGRAM (for reference)

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    WARNING:  

    1. The device must be installed by electrically skilled person, conforming to national standards and safety regulations.

    2. It is recommended that installation should be done under power off condition.

    3. For safety, all adjacent system should be connected together with no separation what so ever; If separated earthing system, there’s always a risk of potential difference between earthing systems.