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Surge protector installation

Discussion in 'Electronic Equipment' started by [email protected], Jun 29, 2008.

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  1. Guest

    Does the SDSA 1175 Surge Arrester installation require turning off all
    of the power? Or, can the SDSA be installed while the power is on?
    An electrician installed one on our control panel in the garage, but
    power was never cut off. Just wondering if he did it right......
     
  2. Bill

    Bill Guest

    A surge arrestor usually has a Thermistor for inline over-current
    protection and a voltage clamp for over-voltage, with maybe an L/C on an
    up-scale unit. There is nothing that will break on a hot install.
    Bill Baka
     
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