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MIL-HDBK-419A
Table 1-13. ZNR Type Devices (Molded Case Type) Typical Characteristics
Range of Available Devices
Parameter
32 mm Disc
25 mm Disc
20 mm Disc
200 to 910 Volts
200 to 910 Volts
200 to 910 Volts
DC Breakdown Voltage at
1 Milliampere
640 to 3800 Volts
525 to 2800 Volts
590 to 3200 Volts
Maximum Clamping Voltage
at Maximum Surge Current
10 to 20 kA
Maximum Surge Current
2.5 to 5 kA
5 to 10 kA
(8 x 20 Microsecond Waveform)
Depends on Surge Current and Waveform*
Life
*iMaximum surge current (8 x 20 microseconds) can be applied twice without incurring damage or over
stressing the devices.
Table 1-14. High Energy ZNR Surge Arrester Typical Characteristics
Three 80 mm Discs in Parallel
Size:
Powerline Voltage:
250 V AC Maximum
DC Breakdown Voltage at
560 Volts
1 Milliampere:
Clamping Voltage
Maximum Clamping Voltage:
Current
(10 x 20 Microseconds)
1300 Volts
10 kA
1600 Volts
40 kA
2450 Volts
150 kA
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