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AC Non-Modular Hybrid Design Surge Protection

TSn PRODUCTS Compact Hybrid Design, Single-TILE Architecture Non-field Replaceable

THOR SYSTEMS TSn Series is a Non-modular, UL 1449 3rd Edition Surge Protective Device (SPD). These high performance SPDs are suitable for service entrance or distribution panel applications. Our Single-TILE Architecture (using the StakTraks™ design) is the base building block for the TSn product platforms, offering 50, 100, and 150kA/mode surge protection utilizing an optional two-or three-tier hybrid design. The TSn Series is available in two configurations — TSni “Industrial” and TSnc “Commercial” — for all three surge ratings.

  • TSni (Industrial Series) is a three-tier Hybrid design featuring Thermally Protected Metal Oxide Varistors (TpMOVs), “fail-safe devices” with integrated thermal and dielectric (arc shield) protection, paired with Silicon Avalanche Diodes (SADs), and Sinewave Tracking Filter Capacitors

  • TSnc (Commercial Series) offers a two-tier Hybrid design featuring TpMOVs and Sinewave Tracking EMI/RFI Filter Capacitors and a one-tier Hybrid design with TpMOVs only

  • UL 1449 3rd Edition Compliant
  • Full L-L, L-N, L-G, N-G all mode protection
  • Standard NEMA 4X polycarbonate enclosure
  • Transparent enclosure cover provides ability to observe construction, system status, and quality of workmanship
  • TSn Series tested at the most severe levels to deliver full rated surge protection capacity on each mode of protection
  • Standard Monitoring designates fully operational (Green LED) and a loss of protection (Red LED)
  • TSn SPDs are prewired with #10 AWG high performance low impedance Rope-Lay wire providing improved surge protection performance from 17% to 30% by reducing high frequency skin-effect losses

  • Surge Counter with eight userselectable Sensitivity Settings
  • Audible Alarm
  • TSni Series allows for the use of 1,500W or 15,000W SADs
  • Form “C” Contact provides remote monitoring and current status of unit
  • Flush Mount Plates

Electrical power quality problems cost the United States industries over $100 billion annually
80% of voltage surges and transients are caused by changes in electrical demand, inside the user's facility