Data Line Surge Protection Devices
Protect your I/O equipment with data line surge protection devices. You’ll find a comprehensive catalog of solutions below, each designed to keep your equipment safe from power surges, lightning strikes, voltage spikes, and transients. You’ll get protection suitable for all process I/O applications, including data circuits, power-over-Ethernet, and much more. Need help to find the best surge protection solutions? The Surge Protection Device Selection Tool helps you select SPDs for a broad range of applications from small data rooms to enterprise data centers.
The ASCO Model 159 Surge Protective Device is a hybrid surge protection product featuring DC power, data and video protection in one package. Each separate circuit is capable of handling high-current impulses while tightly clamping transients and allowing critical power and data to be transmitted.
The ASCO Model 149 is a 15 pin surge suppressor used for protection of all devices on Port 1 Synchronous Data Link Control (SDLC).
The ASCO Model 144 is a two-loop protection module which simply plugs into a standard AMP 6 - position socket (# 2-530666-1).
The ASCO Model 230 Surge Protective Device is an economical method of protecting circuitry associated with 120 VAC interconnect signal lines commonly used in traffic control systems.
The ASCO Model 170 is an access control protection module designed for typical Wiegand outputs for access devices. This is a 5-wire module that accommodates low voltage data lines for 5 VDC circuits. Fifth wire power protection will allow up to 24 VDC.
The ASCO Model 184 is designed to work on Category 5 Power-over-Ethernet transmission lines as well as Category 6 applications. It is ideal to protect expensive equipment against surges and transients entering a building on exposed transmission lines.
The ASCO Model 180 Surge Protective Device is designed to conveniently protect 8-wire, low voltage data circuits and employs two RJ-45 jacks for easy installation. The Model 180 utilizes silicon avalanche (solid-state) suppression technology, and exhibits very low capacitance to accommodate high data rates. This unit supports high-speed data rates of over 100 Mbps.