Welcome to the on-line catalog of SALTEK® surge protection devicesProducts are divided into the following categories:

  • Products for the LV systems to 1000 V
  • Products for data/signaling/telecommunication networks
  • Products for photovoltaics
  • Other Products

For each product you will find detailed technical data, dimensional drawings, wiring diagrams, instructions and Declaration of conformity. You can also generate the pdfcatalog/product list for your use.
In case you need help with choosing the right protectionso please contact technical support SALTEK®.

SLP-275 V/1

 
pluggable module, visual fault signalling
varistor surge arrester, installation to LV installations, especially to sub-distribution boards, for protection of the installations and equipments against impact of induced overvoltages during a lightning strike or switching overvoltages

SLP-275 V/1S+1

 
pluggable module, visual fault signalling, module locking, remote fault signalling
combination of varistor surge arrester and encapsulated spark gap, connected in the 1+1 mode, installation to LV installations, especially to sub-distribution boards in TT and also TN-S systems, for protection of the installations and equipments against impact of induced overvoltages during a lightning strike or switching overvoltages

SLP-275 V/3+1

 
pluggable module, visual fault signalling, module locking
combination of varistor surge arrester and encapsulated spark gap, connected in the 3+1 mode, installation to LV installations, especially to sub-distribution boards in TT and also TN-S systems, for protection of the installations and equipments against impact of induced overvoltages during a lightning strike or switching overvoltages

SLP-275 V/4

 
pluggable module, visual fault signalling, module locking
four-pole varistor surge arrester, installation to LV installations, especially to sub-distribution boards in TN-S systems, for protection of the installations and equipments against impact of induced overvoltages during a lightning strike or switching overvoltages