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Contents Transient Surges Can Strike 3 At Any Time 3 A NETWORK Approach What Type of Power Conditioning 4 Problems Exist? Leviton's Quality Standard for 9 Surge Suppression 67000 Series Distribution Panel 18-19 Mounted Series-Wired TVSS 57000 Series Distribution 20-22 Panel Mount 52000 Series Branch 23-24 Panel Mount 32000/42000 Multi-Phase Panel Protectors 24-26 Remote Supervisor 21 51120 Series Panel Mount 26-27 51020/51220 Series Wired Modules 26-27 5400/5400-TLS Surge Protected Power Control Center 28-29 5100-P Series Direct Plug-In 12-14 Hard-Wired TVSS Receptacles 10-11 5100-PS Series Power Strips 16-17 Lab Tested/Field Proven 31 Network Applications 32 Warranty Information 33 1
Like lightning, transient surges can strike any time! Leviton realizes that there are no Every day, sensitive electronic equip Leviton's Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors-A Network Approach "black box" solutions to the costly ment used in office buildings, homes, problems of voltage transients. That's manufacturing plants, warehouses, for Solving Unique Problems. why the NETWORK approach to etc., is threatened by powerful high Leviton now offers outstanding surge suppression can provide a vari speed, high energy electrical spikes suppression performance with a ety of cost effective solutions to your and surges. These "bundles of en complete line of Transient Voltage equipment problems. NETWORKS ergy" are commonly called voltage Surge Suppression (TVSS) devices. can be applied to environments rang transients. Imagine this kind of en Utilizing a patented hybrid circuit, ing from the smallest to the largest ergy wreaking havoc on an office these devices protect against cata office, hospital, plant, retail shop or computer, telephone system or home strophic hardware failure and data entertainment center. home and can be structured to in disruptions of your sensitive elec And, lightning isn't the only variety clude telephone systems, cash regis tronic equipment. ters, office automation equipment, of transient voltage that can endan Leviton's line of surge suppression security and computer systems, com ger sensitive electronic equipment. devices include hard-wired recepta puter peripherals, home electronics Surges can be present in any number cles, plug-in type, power strip and and medical applications. of internal or external electrical power panel mount units for residential, Leviton's TVSS devices are sources, such as: an internal surge commercial and industrial applica designed and built to the most de due to the use of an air conditioner tions. Each device is backed by a manding standards. A leader in the can cause a program scramble in a semiconductor diagnostic system that electrical industry for more than three cash register, computer or word proc provides instant display of problems quarters of a century, Leviton's TVSS essor; an elevator can create surges such as no ground, excessive ground products are available from stock that cause continual stress and deg voltage, reverse polarity and protec and backed by their comprehensive radation of microprocessor circuitry; tion failure. distribution network, nationwide. external electrical accidents or grid Leviton's unique NETWORK switching will cause surges that can approach is designed to protect an destroy microprocessor-based equip entire electrical system providing ment immediately. In short, voltage comprehensive protection of all your transients are everywhere, and can microprocessor-based equipment. be induced on power lines as a result And, the Leviton TVSS NETWORK can be expanded easily when facility of external or internal causes. requirements change. Over the past 10 years, voltage transients have been proven to be the leading cause of microprocessor- based equipment malfunction and failure. Therefore, Leviton feels that a proper explanation concerning the cause and prevention of volt age transients be discussed, and ultimately resolved. Without a TVSS device, microprocessor circuitry is susceptible to slow degradation.
' ''' -^^.">/'' - " * ""> What type of power conditioning problems exist? Power problems exist in forms rang ing from conducted noise, over volt age surges and under voltage sags to transients and spikes which fall in the power conditioning areas of isolation, regulation and suppression. These are the most common, but other prob lem areas might include electrostatic discharge (ESD), grounding, ampacity, telephone or data line interference, etc. These problems are all indepen dent and distinct and symptoms and solutions are rarely interchangeable between the different areas. Where do you begin in determining solutions to power problems? As the microminiaturization of elec tronic components increases, the need for capable power conditioning The ringwave transient, like the one above, can cause data disruption, logic becomes paramount. While micro and component failure to expensive microprocessor-based equipment. processor components are more susceptible to voltage transients than recommended as the logical starting acterized by inductive loads. Ring- ever before, the technology for improv point for the prevention of voltage waves generally originate from within ing regulation and isolation capability transients because it is inexpensive, a facility. in small power supplies has also easy to install and complements other Impulses advanced. Consequently, selecting a power-conditioning technologies. Impulse transients have a fast rise starting point for cost-effective solu time, producing almost immediate tions and preventive measures usually What type of voltage transients damage to electronic equipment. enters the area of transient voltage exist? Sources include lightning, grid switch suppression with the principal task of Ringwave ing and industrial accidents. Impulses selecting a capable quality surge These transients are characterized as originate externally or internally and suppressor. fast surges (or "bundles of energy") are conducted into a facility. Are there other reasons to choose oscillating at high frequencies. They Ultimately, transients can be de- suppression as the starting point are present, continuously, in areas structive, dissipative and disruptive to for voltage transient problems? that utilize copiers, elevators, air your expensive electronic equipment. conditioners, welders or that are char- Yes! Suppression is the method most Effects like these can cause burnt boards (or worse), failed boards with out any signs of physical damage, along with confused logic, lost files 3000 v, 200 A or system lock-up. 100 KHz How does a TVSS device work? 400V A TVSS device, when activated by CLAMPING LEVEL a transient surge, will automatically \ <o> redirect (shunt) a portion of the tran RESIDUAL TRAVELS ON TO THE LOAD sient current away from the load by means of a metal oxide varistor SINGLE TVSS PROTECTED TRANSIENT CURRENT (MOV). (See Fig. 1) The reduced volt COMPONENT ELECTRICAL IS SHUNTED L-N BY age transient is called the "clamping SYSTEM TVSS COMPONENT ENERGY DISSIPATED level." More advanced TVSS devices AS HEAT DURING utilize an "advanced multi-compo CLAMP LOAD nent" circuit in place of the single- NO- f Go FIGURE1 4
sertion loss tests and should have an amplitude of at least - 20 db over a minimum spectrum of from 50 KHz to 1 MHz. Products without these specifi cations should be avoided. All TVSS devices are rated at an initial starting point called the Nominal Clamp Voltage. This point is defined as having little or no amperage (actu ally measured at 1 milliamp) and is the absolute lowest clamping level possible for a specific component. Clamping at typical, real-world tran sient amperage levels is always much higher than the Nominal Clamping Voltage. Therefore, TVSS device performance is strongly related to transient amperage. (See Fig. 2) Many manufacturers specify prod uct performance solely on Nominal Clamp Voltage. This is incorrect and dangerously misleading. Clamping voltage, as a specification, is only valid when listed as it relates to a specific transient waveform that is completely defined in terms of tran sient voltage and amperage. What should the maximum energy The monitor above shows a transient residual after actual clamping by a TVSS device. specification of a TVSS device be? Transient Energy capacity is mea component MOV. This circuit provides energy content of the original tran sured in units of energy or Joules. a "cross over current" configuration al sient and the clamping capability of Many inexperienced manufacturers lowing for two or more different types the TVSS device or network of devices. selling unreliable products will specify of components to perform a number of in units of power or Watts. Since a Conducted line noise ("Clamping functions. Unlike typical single-com harmonics") is caused by the clamp transient represents a discrete "pack ponent suppression devices, the multi- ing of a transient voltage. This often age of energy," specification in Watts component suppression circuit com causes I/O errors and other logic means absolutely nothing. For most bines noise filtration and suppression problems. Product data usually lists 120 V, single phase, plug-in devices, components allowing for the tightest these specifications under EMI/RFI the maximum energy specification clamping level available. noise rejection. Information should be will rarely exceed a value of 300 derived via standardized 50 ohm in Joules. What are the advantages of a multi- component suppression circuit? The multi-component suppression cir cuit has many advantages over the typical single-component method in BURN-OUT P that it is more responsive to high speed transients, dissipates high lev < els of energy, responds to both internal LU > and external problems, eliminates rx o LU clamping harmonics and provides the o CD most efficient noise filtration. 9 What is the clamping level? O A clamping level is simply a boundary O z above which the transient voltage is CL > •"*-- NOMINAL CLAMP VOLTAGE not allowed to pass. In other words, it < o diminishes the power of the transient o o to a level far below that of the original ~T T~ T T" CM transient surge and safe enough to .001 1 10 100 1000 pass through the load. This residual TRANSIENT AMPERAGE level is directly dependent upon the FIGURE 2 5
CAT. A CAT. B I RINGWAVE RINGWAVE 6000 V 6000 V 200 AMPS 500 AMPS 100 kHz 100 kHz in,™ r r r ^ i CAT. B CAT. B IMPULSE IMPULSE 1.2X50fJS 8x20|xs 6000 V 3000 AMPS _j V J v FIGURE 3 500-i TYPICAL SINGLE COMPONENT TVSS 400- 5100 Dynamic On-line Performance Curves. 300 CLAMPING ENVELOPE FOLLOWS AC SINE WAVE The graph at right represents dynamic, CONTOUR on-line performance curves comparing 200- Leviton TVSS plug-in devices. The data was taken at representative phase angles of 90,180, 270, etc. degrees via Keytek 587 Plus Surge Generator and Tektronix 2430A digital storage oscilloscope, with dual 100X probes per ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1980 Ringwave Input (Normal 100 Mode L-N, Positive Polarity Data Only) -200 PHASE ANGLE (Degrees)
% & Should a TVSS device display only What is a Does an sufficient clamping level power status? independent source for a TVSS device? Because voltage transients are not published clamping level data? A surge suppressor should perform the only electrical problems that Yes. Recently Underwiters Labora ^^ well in both Normal (hot-neutral) and plague expensive electronic equip tories revised its TVSS standard, • Common (hot plus neutral-ground) ment, surge suppressors should do UL 1449, to include rigid clamping modes although it is most severe performance guide lines and require more than indicate that the device is when it occurs in the Normal Mode. ments. All TVSS devices must con "on." Depending on the application, form to this standard by July 1,1988. many "single light" devices indicate How do you Under the new Ul 1449 standard power at the device. Single light diag determine TVSS each TVSS device is tested against nostics are acceptable; however, a device performance? ANSI/IEEE impulse or bi-wave type TVSS device with the multiple diag Because there are no "black box" so transients to determine the worse nostic approach, providing ground, lutions to voltage transients, choosing case of clamping levels and TVSS polarity, power and TVSS checks, is the right surge suppressor should be endurance. If a product survives the the most desirable. based on specific selection critieria tests, its appropriate clamping level, Please review the selection criteria of which performance is the most in each appropriate mode (L-N, N-G, for choosing the best suppression important. L-G, etc.), is required to be specified device. on the label. TVSS products without Testing a TVSS device against ANSIMEEE C62.41 defined waveforms this information properly displayed 1) UL\CSA - It should be verified that are not UL listed. is the most accepted way of determin the product has obtained UL ing performance. By simulating condi listing\CSA approval as a Transient Will a TVSS tions found in the field, tests can Voltage Surge Suppressor and the device work in both measure the residual or clamping UL suppression voltage rating A and B categories? voltage of a TVSS device against a should be indicated on the product. ANSI/IEEE use the terms Category A varietyof dangerous transients typical or B to designate specific areas in the 2) Documented Performance (ANSI/ of most electrical environments. electrical distribution system. In many IEEE C62.41-1980)-At minimum, Standards for typical waveforms cases it is difficult to determine in what performance specs should include associated with transient activity allow category a facility's area should be clamping voltages for both Normal various products to be effectively tested identified. Since Category B wave and Common modes against the and subsequently compared against forms can occur in Category A areas, Category A Ringwave and the each other. the proper procedure is to utilize a Category B Impulse. When standard IEEE type wave TVSS device that will perform well in 3) Normal and Common Mode Pro- forms are applied to a TVSS device, both A and B categories. There is no tection-Jhe better TVSS device the residual or "let-through" voltage can such thing as a "purely Category A should have protection in both modes. be measured on an oscilloscope. Such environment"! 4) EMI/RFI Noise Rejection-Products test procedures are clearly defined by should have the ability to reduce ANSIMEEE. A very useful waveform the effects of conducted tine noise. How fast guide, ANSIMEEE C62.41, describes Test traces should be available should a TVSS device three wave-forms, two ringwaves and upon request. react to a voltage surge? an impulse, or bi-wave combination. 5) D/agnosf/cs-Diagnostic indicators The reaction time for TVSS circuitry (See Fig. 3) should clearly display status of the to begin voltage clamping, once a suppression circuit. Multiple fea voltage surge enters an electrical sys 1) Category A Ringwave = 6,000 tures are desirable depending on tem, is sometimes called "response Volt, 200 Amp 100 KHz oscillating the type of suppression application. time." Many units manufactured today voltage waveform. 6) Maximum Energy Specification- list response time as less than 1 2) Category B Ringwave = 6,000 Since a transient represents a unit nanosecond. However, the issue of Volt, 500 Amp 100 KHz oscillating of energy, specification in watts response time is extremely complex voltage waveform. means absolutely nothing. For 120 and is of little importance when actual 3) Category B Impulse Wave or Bi- V plug-in devices the maximum performance data on input transients, wave with a 1.2 x 50|xs, 6000 V energy specification will rarely ex like those defined by ANSI/IEEE is voltage spike and an 8 x 20jxs, ceed a value of 300 Joules. Prod available. For this reason, and also 3000 Amp current spike ucts with specifications in excess because physical measurement of of this amount should either be response time at levels of 1 nano At minimum performance, TVSS required to substantiate their second or faster is incredibly difficult, device specs should include clamping most professional organizations, such data or be avoided. voltage for both Normal and Common as NEMA and UL, etc., ignore this 7) tVarranfy-Leviton's limited warranty modes against the Category A Ring- issue completely. Finally, an ideal is acceptable. wave and the Category B Impulse as device includes both passive and 8) Cosf-though this term is variable, defined by ANSI/IEEE. The working active components which, when on it is by no means an indication of performance of a TVSS Device is line, would be active ail the time and quality as far as the suppression only as good as the test data that continuously responsive. industry on the whole is concerned. backs it up. 7
Advanced Protection Technology With Maximum Convenience ,0° <sev Remote Supervisor option is a powered monitoring system that sounds an alarm if protection is lost.
ceed all established performance As indicated, the 120V module Leviton Sets requirements or specifications and provides a much tighter clamp than incorporate the best transient surge the 480V module, but if used alone it protection technology of any device would have had to contend with the the Quality on the market today. Lab and field entire energy content of the 6.8KV tests prove it. Each TVSS device is transient. As a result, its clamp would manufactured to high standards and have been higher than the depicted P Standard For backed by Leviton's Limited Warranty. 320V Features for most of Leviton's Surge FIGURE 5 TVSS devices include: • Unique tight clamping and sine wave tracking feature Suppression • Patented Circuit Leviton's full line of TVSS devices • Patented low stress non- offers an effective and economical degrading circuit way to protect microprocessor-based technology equipment from destructive voltage • Verified protection transients. The TVSS NETWORK performance against consists of surge suppression recep ANSIMEEE C62.41 tacles, suppression strips, direct plug- In the schematic, the two TVSS • EMI/RFI circuitry ins and both distribution and branch devices and transformer work together • Voltage smoothing for removal of panel mount units. to provide superior NETWORK per clamping harmonics Suppression Is The Starting Point formance, but transformers are not • UL Listed 1449 TVSS File no. Most Recommended Because... absolutely necessary in achieving E81066 Leviton's TVSS devices are: optimum TVSS NETWORK output. •CSA Certified LR-58217 • economical • easy to install Inductive Coupling is primarily respon • Resettable circuit breaker protection • complement other power-condition sible for the "coupling effect." Effec • Internal, on board amperage and ing technologies tive NETWORKS can be developed temperature sensitive fusing Leviton's NETWORK Approach between the Service Panel and the A and B Categories From network layered protection for Load when the length of the power line Leviton's TVSS devices perform well an entire building to simple plug-in or itself is relied upon to provide the in both Category A Ringwave and hard wired receptacles, Leviton sup- necessary inductance with TVSS sys Category B Impulse environments • plies a complete TVSS product line tems provided at end points. The fol as defined by ANSI/IEEE and in for easy installation in both new lowing schematic (Fig. 6) illustrates Normal and Common Modes. construction or retrofit to existing two TVSS NETWORKS, both of which Response Time buildings. A relatively simple coordi utilize Distribution Panel Mount TVSS When a Leviton TVSS device is on nated NETWORK approach, providing devices at the panel and either a Plug- line, its advanced circuitry is continu layered protection to a given electrical In or Hard-Wire TVSS at the Load. ously responsive and active. system is used. Overall TVSS perfor Whether transformer or inductive Diagnostics mance is greatly enhanced through powerline level, a TVSS NETWORK the NETWORK approach. Leviton's Advanced semi-conductor-based constructed of quality Leviton TVSS TVSS networks can be created to diagnostics are available on most components will provide unparalleled span an entire electrical system Leviton TVSS devices indicating re protection and reliability providing full diagnostic features and verse polarity, ground voltage, no Performance Tested for ground, power and suppression unparalleled performance charac Maximum Protection status. Other TVSS devices offer a teristics. The diagram below (Fig. 4) TVSS status light. illustrates, simply, how it works. Leviton's TVSS devices meet or ex RECEPTACLES 5300 PS LEVITON 3 PHASE PLUG STRIP LEVITON TELEPHONE DPI 52000 I LEVITON PLUG STRIP SERIES POWER !°B 120 VAC i 400 A LEVITON HARD WIRED TVSS BRANCH 1200 A / \ LEVITON DPI PANEL MAIN / SERVICE DISTRIBUTION ... 1 0 PANEL PANEL FIGURE 4 120 VAC ^^B Another example is shown in the \ PC PRINTER single phase, progressive action JUNCTION BOX schematic. (Fig. 5) PROCESS CONTROLLER TVSS PANEL A 6800V transient of specified MOUNT w energy content enters the system I ;TVSS^ through the service panel and is o I 1 clamped by a Branch Panel Mount FIGURE 6 o TVSS NETWORK consisting of two 51020 WM SWITCH MODE TVSS POWER SUPPLY appropriately sized TVSS modules and a shielded step-down transformer.
Leviton's TVSS Devices Isolated Grounding Hospital Grade Surge Duplex Hard Wired Surge Hospital Grade Surge Suppressor Receptacles Suppressor Receptacle Suppressor Receptacles Cat. No. 8280/8380/8381 Cat. No. 5280/5380 Cat. Nos. 8280/8281, • Leviton's Duplex Surge Suppressor Leviton's Duplex 15 Amp and Duplex 8380/8381-IG and Single 20 Amp Hospital Grade Receptacle offers an effective and Many modern wiring systems include Surge Suppressor Receptacles economical way to protect equipment a ground wire, which directs current provide superior transient protection requiring more than one outlet. The overload to the earth. This wire was in environments that demand uncom permanently installed hard-wired originally used to direct a lightning mon reliability and endurance. These receptacle comes in popular Decora strike to the power lines away from the devices are subjected to a series styling and is an excellent addition to current conductors. It is also used by of rigorous tests, and must endure the home or office. Duplex Surge equipment manufacturers to provide corrosive fluids, heavy impacts, Suppressor Receptacles also come in a safe path to ground for current that temperature extremes, and tortuous a wide variety of colors. finds its way outside the circuit through mishandling before they receive The design provides functional, frayed wiring or contact with moisture. the UL Hospital Grade Listing and 3-level protection with four MOVs— This grounding conductor is inherently CSA Certification. phase-neutral, phase-ground, and "noisy", and this noise is bothersome neutral-ground. In addition, the Hospital Grade Surge to sensitive electronic equipment. Three-level protection also helps Suppressor Receptacles are equipped The separate pigtail grounding lead pro with an Audible Tone Indicator. When suppress common-mode transients. vides a pure grounding path isolated transient protection is lost, the Indica These MOVs are selected for fast from the normal grounding means tor will sound, and may be shut off response time and optimal clamping through the mounting strap, and there manually (but not reset). The recepta by insulates its load from grounding capabilities. cle will continue to supply power, but conductor "noise" interference when must be replaced to restore surge pro Monitor/Indicator light always shows tection. Connection to ground is made used with a "true" isolated ground. the state of your surge suppressor at a more convenient by means of a green The specifications of all the Surge glance. "ON" means protection circuit pigtail lead on the device instead of a Suppressor Receptacles are sum is active; "FLASHING" means protec tion is no longer active. UL 1449 Listed. grounding terminal screw. marized in the chart opposite. 10
^ • Surge Suppressor HOSP. GRADE/ HOSPITAL GRADE COMMERCIAL SPEC. Receptacle Chart ISOLATED GND. Z z z z z z z z z z z Q Q Q Q Q a Q Q Q CD CD Q CD CD O O i i o o o o CO 00 o o o CO o CO 00 CO CO C\J CO CNJ CM CO CO CO CO 00 CO CO CNJ CO • IO CO CO CO CO LO CO IO O O O L• • C• • C• m • • RECEPTACLES DUPLEX SINGLE • • • • 15A, 125VAC • • • m • • 20A, 125VAC • • • • COMMERCIAL SPEC. GRADE • • • m HOSPITAL GRADE • • • • ISOLATED GROUND # • INDICATORS AUDIBLE LIGHT • • • -0 • • COLORS ORANGE -I IVORY (None) • • • BROWN • • • • -W WHITE -R # • • RED -GY • • • ' GRAY • • • • -B BLUE 500 LINE - NEUT. 500 LINE- GND. 500 NEUT. - GND. NOMINAL CLAMP LEVEL (V) VOLTS 13000 LINE - NEUT. 6500 LINE- GND. 6500 NEUT.- GND. PEAK TRANS. AMPERAGE AMPERES 140 LINE - NEUT. 70 LINE- GND. 70 NEUT.- GND. MAX. TRANSIENT ENERGY JOULES J 11
Duplex Plug-In Surge Suppressor The Duplex Plug-In Surge Suppressor Audible alarm signals protection problem alert. (DPI) represents the ultimate in recep On-board thermal fusing and Semi - conductor- based tacle-mounted surge protection. The over-current protection. diagnostic technology will DPI's advanced design utilizes pat indicate: • Reverse Polarity ented "cross-over-current" technology • Ground Voltage offering the tightest clamping levels • No Ground • Suppression Status available in the industry with semi • Power Status conductor-based diagnostics. This suppression circuit is combined with noise filtration components. Unlike conventional suppressors, both filtra tion and suppression components work together, making the DPI an industry standard for superior power Unique tight clamping 'sine wave tracking' protection. feature. Outstanding noise rejection The DPI series utilizes four separate (60-70 dB's from 5kHz to 5 MHz), designed to features to ensure complete protection eliminate clamping harmonics. and user peace of mind: outboard, 5300P user resettable circuit breakers protect against overloading and power supply protection and, due to its non-induc failures. Internally, current limiters and circuitry allows for extremely precise tive design, it may be effectively used thermal fusing continually monitor the attenuation of noise or transient ac with other conditioning devices such solid-state, semi-conductor-based cir tivity regardless of position on the AC as UPS and SPSs or transformer sys cuit. All components and housing power sine wave. Elimination of "no tems. Its performance characteristics materials are strictly UL recognized, trouble found" service calls is the spe are superior to most suppressors and and the DPI boasts both UL and CSA cialty of the 5300P it can hold its own in the toughest of listings. LED diagnostics change color electrical environments. indicating receptacle problems or pos The 5200P sible damage to the TVSS circuit. In The 5200P is the workhorse of the DPI the more advanced 5300, an audible line, providing superior performance alarm signals problems even when the and good noise filtration without the unit is out of sight. load constraints of the 5300P The 5200P is the all-round choice for The 5300P microprocessor-based equipment. The 5300P offers a clamping profile that follows the AC sine wave contour The5100P and is the best choice for data sen The 5100 Series is specifically de sitive operations. Unlike typical, single signed for general purpose TVSS MOV or diode-based suppressors, its
Duplex Plug-In Technical Specifications Feature 51 OOP 5200P 5300P Benefit * Audible Alarm Immediate audible failure alarm even when installed out-of-sight. Follows Sine Wave Good Best Precision clamping and noise attenuation. Contour Voltage Smoothing Good Better Best Elimination of high frequency harmonics and noise generated by clamping. • * • Diagnostics Assurance that facility wiring is correct and protection is active. • • Noise Filtration Noise attenuation from 5KHz to 40 MHz. * - * UL 1449/CSA Product has been subjected to UL and CSA testing. Resettable Breaker 15A 15A 15A Over-load protection. * * * Internal Fusing Failure hazard protection. * • * Non-metallic Housing UL approved plastic. * * Normal and Common Provides complete protection in all modes. ' Mode Protection • * * Options Telecom. Coax or Data Line operation Line and Load Side Good Best Incoming environment transients and peripherally generated transients are attenuated. TVSS Protection Duplex Plug-In Features & Benefits Series 51OOP* 5200P* 5300P* Line Voltage (VRMS) General Data 120 VAC 120 VAC 120 VAC Protection Modes (Normal (L-N) and Common (L + N-G) Mode Current Limit 15 Amps 15 Amps 15 Amps Frequency Range 50, 60, 400 Hz 50, 60, 400 Hz 50, 60, 400 Hz Maximum Line Voltage (VRMS) 130 Volts 130 Volts 130 Volts Less than 0.5 mA Leakage Current to Ground Multi-component Multi-component, Series Staged Multi-component, Circuit Type Series Normal Mode (L-N) Common Mode (L + N-G) TVSS Performance Rated Single Pulse Transient Energy by MOV Specifications 180/160 250/250 300/280 (10 x 1000 [is Joules) Maximum Single Pulse Transient Current by MOV 15,000/13,000 26,000/26,000 26,000/26,000 (8 x 20 jiS) Amperes Peak EMI-RFI Noise Rejection u< 50-150, 10-20/10-15 30-40/10-25 50-60/30-35 5k-40MHz, -db) 370/400 230/380 185/352 Category A Ringwave (6kV, 200A, 100kHz) ANSI C62.41-1980 420/420 270/400 210/364 Category B Ringwave (6kV, 500A, 100kHz) Dynamic Clamping 490/480 370/450 310/384 Category B Impulse (6kV, 3kA 8 x 20 us) Voltage (VPeak) at 90° Performance Specifications 400/500/400 330/400/400 330/400/330 UL1449 (8x20 \x£<Q 500A) - 10 to 60°C Operating Temperature Range Physical Specifications -35to60r'C(-31 to140°F) Storage Temperature Range 4.75" (L)x 3.50" (W)x 2.0" (D) Dimensions 9.6 oz 10.8 oz 14.1 oz Weight ULStd. 1449/CSA Agency Approval 'Specifications applicable to PT and PC series, except as noted.
Telephone Line Suppressor or Option (For Duplex Plug-In Series) The DPI TLS Transient Voltage Sup Max. Transient 4,500 (8 x 20 msec. Cat. No. Rating/Description Current Amperes peak by MOV) pressor is designed specifically for 5300PT 120 Volt, 15 Amp, 2 Outlet, 2 Cond. modem and station protection in 2 Max. Line Voltage 200 Volts DC conductor or 4 conductor mode. It 5200PT 120 Volt, 15 Amp, 2 Outlet, 2 Cond. Breakdown Voltage 240 Volts DC uses a powerful, high energy capable, 5100PT 120 Volt, 15 Amp, 2 Outlet, 2 Cond. Max, Clamping 287 Volts DC PEAK hybrid suppression circuit suitable for Voltage 5300-PT4 120 Volt, 15 Amp, 2 Outlet, 4 Cond. application even in high lightning Protected Line 15H prone areas. Connection to the TLS is Impedance easily accomplished viatelcom stan Sneak Current Level 180 mA dard RJ-11/12C, 6 pin jacks. Unlike Connector Type RJ-11/12C, 6pin many telcom line protectors which rely Pins 3, 4 for PT Series Connector Pins Pins 2,3,4, 5 for 5300 PT4 Protected PT Series and 5300 PT4 Telephone Line/ on water pipe grounding, etc., the TLS Operating -10to60°C Modem Line Transient Suppressor references the DPI AC power ground, Temperature Performance Specifications thereby ensuring optimum perfor mance of its suppression circuit. A 7 ft. patch cord is provided with all tele phone line suppressors. Data Line Transient Suppression The Cat. No. 5300-RS2 features an 10,000 Peak Amperes Max. Transient Cat. No. Rating/Description Current extremely effective hybrid suppression 5300-RS2 120V, 15 Amp, 2 Outlet, for up to circuit designed for universal applica Max. Line Voltage 50 Volts DC 4 data line cond. tion regardless of connector Breakdown Voltage 100 Volts DC configuration or pin designation. This Max. Clamping 108 Volts DC unit can handle up to four data line Voltage conductors, and cable-shield termina Protected Line ion tions are provided. The suppression Impedance circuit references AC power ground to Current Drain to Less than 1 mA Ground ensure optimum performance, and a Connector Means Screw-down terminals, convenient grounding post is built into 4-Position plus shield the design. The 5300-RS2 features an Pins Protected Up to 4 pins per board. audible alarm in addition to diagnostic (Typical terminal interface may be pins 2, 3, 5 and 7 indicator lights. 5300-RS2 Data Line plus shield to ground) Transient Suppressor Operating - 10 to 60°C Temperature Performance Specifications CATV COAX Television/Video Cable Transient Suppressors The 5300-PC features an audible The family of PC Series CATV coaxial Max. Transient 10,000 (8x20 msec. Current Amperes peak by MOV) alarm in addition to diagnostic cable protectors provide a unique indicator lights. combination of transient suppression Max. Line Voltage 20 Volts DC and noise attenuation technology. Breakdown Voltage 25 Volts DC Designed to augment commercial Cat. No. Rating/Description Max. Clamping Less than 80 Volts DC coax applications as well as home en Voltage 5300-PC 120V, 15 Amp, 2 Outlet tertainment centers, these units are Insertion Loss(50Q) Less than 3 dB capable of significant noise and elec 4kHz-500MHz 5200-PC 120V 15 Amp, 2 Outlet Less than 1 db 100kHz- tromagnetic transient attenuation. 50 MHz 5100-PC 120V 15 Amp, 2 Outlet Connection is easily achieved with Current Drain to Less than 1 mA Ground standard RF quick-connect or PC Series CATV COAX Television Connector Type RF Chassis mount female threaded male plugs. The PC family of Cable Transient Suppressor Operating -10to60°C CATV COAX Transient Suppressors Temperature Performance Specifications consists of plug-in point-of-use devices that feature 5300, 5200, and 5100 series suppression circuitry. 14
CATV Stand-Alone Surge Suppressor CCTV Stand-Alone Surge Suppressor Cable television subscribers, whether Closed-Circuit Television, Local Area they receive signals from dedicated Networks (LANs) and many alarm lines or through phone cables, are systems utilize coaxial cable over very susceptible to induced tran long distances and frequently accept sients—especially in lightning-prone signals from one outside source to an areas. These high-voltage spikes and interior monitoring station. Such dis transients can severely damage or tance and exposure increases the even destroy the sensitive circuitry likelihood that transients can invade of modern television receivers and and play havoc with electronic equip VCRs, without leaving any trace of ment. Nuisances such as false alarms visible damage to the boards. are often attributed to either the poor The Cat. No. 51000-OCA CATV Stand- quality of the system power supply or Alone Surge Suppressor is designed the inability of detection circuits to to protect home entertainment centers reject "electrical noise" and RFI/EMI as well as commercial cable TV instal interference. lations. It is capable of significant The Cat. No. 51000-OCC Stand-Alone lightning surge and electromagnetic Surge Suppressor incorporates a transient attenuation. Its solid-state superior hybrid design to prevent hybrid construction utilizes a bipolar ground loop activity from reaching non-linear gas tube for high energy sensitive equipment and guards transient suppression. It also provides against RF noise interference. the best signal attenuation for the The CCTV Stand-Alone Surge widest bandwidth and the greatest Suppressor is Network-compatible documentated protection in its class. and offers and inexpensive, easy-to- The CATV Surge Suppressor is also install alternative to costly fiber optics. available in a combination dual outlet . direct AC plug-in configurationEMI/RFI Noise Rejection dB CCTV CATV Below -3 |[ | [ ^400 [ '550 undesirable! 100MHz 300MHz 500MHz 50MHz 35MHz attenuation 1 level | ( Data taken for 50 OHM load conditions using HP 3585 Spectrum Analyzer.) CATV/CCTV Technical Specifications CCTV CATV GENERAL DATA 20 VDC 20VDC Max. Line Voltage 25 VDC 25 VDC Nominal Clamping Level ((« 1mA) Max Transient Current 10,000 (Amps) 10,000 (Amps) (8x20u.s, Single Pulse Rated) Hybrid Hybrid TVSS Circuit Description Coax BNC Coax Type F Connection Means <.01 (mAmp) <.01 (mAmp) Leakage to Ground 0 to 35 MHz 5 MHz to 550 MHz Frequency Range (0-3dB) CCTV CATV Physical Data 2.8 oz. 2.5 oz. Weight 3.2x1.2x1 in. 3.2 x 1.2 x 1 in. Dimensions (LxWxD) EMC Shielded Steel EMC Shielded Steel Housing Waterproof or Indoor Waterproof or Indoor Application Environment
Suppression Strips as its power cord making it unusable ing envelope that follows the AC sine or unsightly for desktop applications wave contour. A noise filter/transient The Leviton Surge Suppression Strip and leaving the switch buried in a voltage suppressor of unmatched offers the same technology and diag mass of peripheral equipment cords. performance capability, the 5300PS nostics as the DPI Series, but provides The Leviton Suppression Strip has its is the best choice for data sensitive suppression along with disturbance switch and diagnostics opposite its operations. isolation across six electrical outlets. receptacles and line cord allowing All strips have a wall mounting option, The5200PS/5200PS15 unlimited access and visibility. Com a heavy duty 14-2 AWG power cord, ponents and housing materials are The 5200PS is the workhorse of the and are available in three performance strictly UL recognized, and the Strip Suppression Strip line, providing models. Both Suppression Strips and boasts conformance to the latest UL superior performance. The 5200PS DPI units are an excellent complement and CSA TVSS and other applicable is the all-around choice for micro to TVSS networks designed around standards. processor-based equipment. the Distribution Panel Mount TVSS. The5300PS/5300PS15 The5100PS/5100PS15 Most TVSS devices offer a power switch at the same end of the device Highlighting the 5300PS is the clamp- The 5100PS is designed specifically for general purpose TVSS protection and due to its non-inductive design it may be effectively used with power Ergonomic design with resettable circuit breaker conditioning networks. Its perfor and cord opposite of switch. mance characteristics are superior to Unique tight clamping follows contour of the most suppressors and it can hold its AC sine wave own in the toughest of electrical environments. Semi-conductor-based Suppression strips are available with diagnostic technology will two different cord lengths: 6 feet and indicate: • Reverse Polarity 15 feet. • Ground Voltage • No Ground • Suppression Status • Power Status Outstanding noise rejection (60-70 dB's from 5kHz to 40 MHz), designed to eliminate clamping harmonics. i On-Board thermal fusing and over-current protection. Cat. No. 5300PS 16
Suppression Strip Features Feature Series Benefits 51 OOPS 5200PS 5300PS Follows Sine Wave Contour Precision clamping and noise attenuation Good Best Voltage Smoothing Elimination of high frequency harmonics and noise generated by clamping Good Better Best * • * Diagnostics Assurance that facility wiring is correct and protection is active • • • UL 1449/CSA Product has been subjected to UL and CSA testing Resettable Circuit 15 15 15 Over-load protection * • - Internal Fusing Failure hazard protection * - * Non-metallic Housing UL approved plastic * • Noise Filtration Noise attenuation from 5KHz to 40 MHz Normal and Common * TVSS protection in all modes Mode Protection Line and Load Side Good Incoming environment transients and peripherally generated transients are attenuated Best TVSS Protection Suppression Strip Technical Specifications 5100PS 5200PS 5300PS Series 120 VAC 120 VAC 120 VAC General Data Line Voltage (VRMS) Protection Modes (Normal (L-N) and Common (L + N-G) Mode Current Limit 15 Amps 15 Amps 15 Amps 50, 60, 400 Hz 50, 60, 400 Hz 50, 60, 400 Hz Frequency Range Maximum Line Voltage (VRMS) 130 Volts 130 Volts 130 Volts Less than 0.5 mA Leakage Current to Ground Circuit Type Multi-component Multi-component, Series Staged Multi-component, Series Normal Mode (L-N) Common Mode (L + N-G) TVSS Performance Rated Single Pulse Transient Energy Specifications 180/160 250/250 300/280 (10 x 1000 y.$) Joules by MOV Maximum Single Pulse Transient Current (8 x 20 p.s Amperes Peak) by MOV 15,000/13,000 26,000/26,000 26,000/26,000 EMI-RFI Noise Rejection ((5 50-150, 5k-5MHz, -db) 10-20/10-20 40-50/30-40 50-60/30-40 Category A Ringwave (6kV, 200A, 100kHz) 370/400 230/380 190/350 ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1980 Dynamic Clamping Category B Ringwave (6kV, 500A, 100kHz) 420/420 270/400 210/370 Voltages (V Peak) at Category B Impulse (6kV 1.2x50 |AS, 3kA 8x20 p.s) 490/480 370/450 310/390 90° Performance UL 1449 (1987 Rev. 8x20 (JLS (« 3kA) 400/500/400 330/400/400 330/400/330 Specifications (L-N/L-G/N-G) Operating Temperature Range - 10 to 60°C Physical Specifications Storage Temperature Range -35to60°C(-31 to150°F) 13.25" (L)x 2.25" (W)x 1.25" (D) Dimensions 1 lb7.9oz 1 lb9.3oz 1 lb 13.4 oz Weight ULStd. 1449/CSA Agency Approval
Catalog No. 67000 Panel Mount The 67000 features a patented hybrid removed, complete protection is still circuit comprising both high-speed and provided on all phases. The 67000 is designed for use in the high-energy components. The clamp most demanding environments. High- The 67000 device is equipped with ing envelope follows the contour of the energy protection, redundant surge two-stage fuse protection for each AC sine wave for uniform transient suppression, noise filtration and phase, and diagnostics are integrated common-mode protection make it one voltage surge suppression, regardless into the TVSS circuits to furnish real of phase angle polarity. of the most powerful TVSS devices on time display of suppression status. An The unique modular design of these the market. These Kelvin series optically coupled remote monitoring devices facilitates installation and connected units are all rated for up to port allows use of the optional Remote 175A continuous A.C. line current so maintenance. Modules allow the use of Supervisor (Cat. No. 52000-RS). the 67000 device with most trans they are well suited to provide a former configurations. All modules dedicated TVSS protected feed to provide dual circuits with primary selected equipment. The unit can also protection on one phase and second be parallel-connected on services of ary protection for another. Conse any current rating. (No series line quently, if one module fails, or is current through Kelvin Connections). General Data Distribution Panel Mounted Series-Wired TVSS (67000 Series) Module Cat. No. Rated Line Voltage (VRMS) Cat. No. 120-M 67120 120/208 V AC 3-Phase WYE, 4-Wire plus ground 7277-M 67277 277/480 V AC 3-Phase WYE, 4-Wire plus ground 7480-M 480V AC 3-Phase Delta, 3-Wire plus ground 67480 Features • Ideal for dedicated TVSS-protected • Hybrid suppression circuit with built- feed to equipment in redundancy provides complete protection on all phases even if one • Each phase protected by two-stage module fails fusing •ULStandard 1449 listing • Rated for loads up to 175 Amperes • Weathertight, hinged steel enclosure continuous equipped with collar to allow surface • Modular design permits replacement mounting or flush mounting of individual modules without shut ting down power 18
Typical 67000 series wiring diagram Performance Specifications for Catalog No. 67000 Noise Rated Single Pulse Rejection 'Maximum Single Pulse (a 50-150 Ohms Transient Energy Transient Current Module 5k-40MHz-dB Joules (8 x 20 11 s) Amperes Peak 120-M 1500 - 20 to - 40 90,000 7277-M 3150 -20 to -40 90,000 7480-M 4800 -20to -40 90,000 "Confirmed by actual testing of devices Clamping Voltage Rated 120V & 277V WYE Clamping Voltage at Line Clamp Voltage at Module Voltage .3ka, 8 x 20 ,. s (6kv, 3ka-8x 20 p.s) 120-M 120 450 320 7277-M 277 1000 900 7480-M 480 1500 1600 Response Time: WYE systems—always active or instantaneous Delta systems <5 nanoseconds Physical Specifications Operating Temperature Range -10Cto60C -10Cto55C Storage Temperature Range Dimensions-Enclosure only 14" x 16.5" x 6.12" Enclosure w/mounting collar 17.1" x 19.6" x 6.12" 480V Grounded Delta Module housing 3.0" x 3.0" x 2.7" UL Standard 1449/CSA Agency Approval Dynamic, On-Line Suppression Performance Curves for ANSI/IEEE C62.4M980 (IEEE-587) Ringwave Input (Normal Mode L-N, Positive Polarity Data Only) 500 400- 480V Ungrounded Delta 300- 200- 100- 200 360 PHASE ANGLE (Degrees) 19
tggpajt^ 9 '•.'"-• . • ' Catalog No. 57000 Panel Mount and staged multi-component circuitry. available in compact 3x3x3 plastic Built-in redundancy offers continuous enclosures of plug-in design. The The 57000 is designed to be used as protection even after module damage. modules are housed in a heavy-duty a multiple phase TVSS, incorporating Direct plug-in modules are designed to weathertight NEMA-12 enclosure with removable single phase modules. The provide redundant TVSS protection to hinged cover and security clasps. A 57000 provides a solid foundation each phase. Failure of any one mod mounting collar permits flush mount surge suppression base upon which to ule shall never leave any phase ing or surface mounting. Remote build when implementing a Leviton without TVSS protection. In addition, monitoring is accomplished with the NETWORK approach to surge sup real-time diagnostics monitor the unique Remote Supervisor option pression. power and TVSS status of each phase which provides compatibility with most The 57000 features patented remov and TVSS module. Replaceable Business Management Systems. able modules of parallel design suppression modular assemblies are General Data Distribution Cat. No. 57000 Panel Mount Configurations Cat. No. Module Cat. No. Rated Line Voltage (VRMS) 120-M 57120-M3 120/208 VAC 3 Phase WYE, 4-Wire plus ground 220-M 57220-IM3 220/380 VAC 3 Phase WYE, 4-Wire plus ground 7240-M 240 VAC 3 Phase Delta, 3-Wire plus ground 57240-DM3 7277-M 277/480 VAC 3 Phase WYE, 4-Wire plus ground 57277-M3 7346-M 57346-M3 346/600 VAC 3 Phase WYE, 4-Wire plus ground 7480-M 480 VAC 3 phase Delta, 3-Wire plus ground 57480-DM3 7600-M 600 VAC 3 Phase Delta, 3-Wire plus ground 57600-DM3 Normal (L-N) and Common (N-G) Protection Modes •50, 60, 400 Hz Frequency Range Replaceable Module Design elim Features inating power shutdown for mainte • High performance 4th generation nance or replacement of individual suppression circuit with built-in modules redundancy, offering continuous pro Optional Remote Supervision allow tection, even after module damage ing remote monitoring from thou • IEEE C62.41 Category A and B sands of feet away Suppression Response EMI/RFI Noise Filtering • UL Standard 1449 Transient Voltage Weathertight NEMA-12, continuous Surge Suppressors hinge, steel enclosure with collar allows flush mounting or surface mounting 20
Suggested three single pole, one for each phase. -R Phase A L1 L2 L3 N G Phase B E I Y Phase C NBUSS o 57000 PANEL -- Remote Supervisor Catalog No. 67000, 57000, 52000 remote monitoring is accomplished 57000 Series 52000 Series with the unique Remote Supervisor Option, Cat. No. 52000-RS, which features compatibility with most Building Management Systems. Its unique design, incorporating an optically coupled sensor system requires and relies upon its own convenient low-voltage, low current draw power supply. Built in Ring-Back logic ensures active alarm status operation and reset function. Its sonic alarm is discernible even in noisy industrial environments, providing years of worry free, constantly moni tored protection. General Data • TVSS Monitoring from remote location • Building Management System (BMS) Interfacing through normally O open/Normally closed relay ports O • RS Cable Connect Port, RS Cable and Wiring Harness • 52000-RS • Normal and Fault Indicators • Sonic Alarm with Disable • Daisy Chain Capability (up to 3 panels) • Separate Power Supply 21
General Data Distribution Panel Mount TVSS Modules (57000 Series) Noise Rejection Rated Single Pulse "Maximum Single Pulse (a 50-150 Ohms Transient Energy Transient Current Module 5k-40MHz-db Joules (8 x 20 \LS Amperes Peak) 120-M - 20 to - 40 1500 ^90,000 220-M - 20 to - 40 2250 ^90,000 7240-M — 2250 2=90,000 7277-M -20 to -40 3150 2=90,000 7346-M - 20 to - 40 3750 2=90,000 7480-M — 4800 2=90,000 7600-M — 5600 2=90,000 A Transient waveform is applied from the generator to the TVSS device and the resulting clamping voltage is recorded by a digital storage oscilloscope. To derive the test results presented below, all IEEE-587-1980 waveforms were applied. Product reliability was further confirmed by subjecting each device to at least three Category B impulses at the conclusion of the test sequence. Clamping Voltage Rated Clamp Voltage at Line Clamp Voltage at TVSS Plug-ln\Replaceable Modules Module Voltage (.3ka, 8 x 20 ^LS) (3kA-8 x 20 M-S) The heart of the Distribution Panel 120-M 450 120 320 TVSS is the powerful TVSS Module. 220-M 700 220 600 Based on multi-component suppres 7240-M 240 700 640 sion technology, these single phase 7277-M 277 1000 900 modules are the building blocks of 7346-M 346 1100 1000 the TVSS device. Each module is an 7480-M 480 1500 1600 individual suppression circuit incor 7600-M 600 1550 1900 porating the latest in reliable semi Response Time WYE systems—always active or instantaneous. Delta systems =£5 nanoseconds conductor technology. Six different Physical Specifications modules are available to suit every Operating Temperature Range - 10 to 60°C application. Storage Temperature Range - 10 to 55°C Catalog No. 52000 Panel Mount Dimensions-Panel Housing with collar 13.1"x15.1"x5.12" 3.0" x 3.0" x 2.7" Module Housing This Panel Mount TVSS is ideal for, UL Standard 1449/CSA Agency Approval but not limited to, branch panel protection in a Distribution Panel 'Confirmed by actual testing of devices Mount based TVSS network. It can be utilized in applications that range from Medical to Industrial installations, and Dynamic, On-Line Suppression Performance Curves its tight clamping and overall design for ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1980 (IEEE-587) Ringwave Input characteristics have made it the (Normal Mode L-N, Positive Polarity Data Only) Number 1 choice among power professionals. The Remote Supervisor ouu - option is also available. Features 400 - • Parallel (across-the-line) module de sign; staged, Hybrid TVSS circuitry • Diagnostic LED in each modules in 300 « dicating module is active and func tioning properly 200- • IEEE C62.41 Category A and B / /V^^*^V \ Suppression Response 100- • UL Standard 1449 Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors / 1 V\ • Removable, single phase, direct 0-/ / \ \ COMMERCIAL \ \ 57120-M3 /J plug-in TVSS module design for POWER ENVELOPE \ \ 120/208 / multiple-phase voltage configuration (170 Vpeak-I-/- 15 percent) N 100- from 120 to 480 volts • EMI/RFI Noise Filtering I i i 200-1 r i i i • Optional Remote Supervisor allowing 90 180 270 360 remote supervision from thousands PHASE ANGLE (Degrees) of feet away • Weather-tight NEMA-12, continuous hinge steel enclosure.
General Data Catalog No. 52000 Dynamic, On-Line Suppression Performance Curves Cat. No. Rated Line Voltage (VRMS) for ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1980 (IEEE-587) Ringwave Input (Normal Mode L-N, Positive Polarity Data Only) 120 VAC 1 Phase 2-wire plus 52120-M1 ground 500 52120-M2 120/240 VAC 1 Phase 3-wire plus ground 52120-M3 120/208 VAC 3 Phase WYE 400 4-wire plus ground 52220-IM1 220 VAC 1 Phase (Int.) 2-wire 300 plus ground 220/380 VAC 3 Phase (Int.) 52220-IM3 4-wire plus ground 200 52240-DM3 240 VAC 3 Phase Delta 3-wire plus ground 277/480 VAC 3 Phase WYE 52277-M3 n 100 4-wire plus ground 52480-DM3 480 VAC 3 Phase Delta 3-wire plus ground 52412-DS3 240/120 VAC Split Phase Delta 4-wire plus ground 100 Protection Normal (L - N) and optional Modes 200 Common (N-G) 360 Frequency PHASE ANGLE (Degrees) Range 50, 60, 400 Hz 52000 Wiring Diagram One three-pole breaker suggested L1 ' Phase A — L2 ! ' • « Phase B .,lol 1 1 1 l L31 Phase C C ' ' ™~ C| ^ NBUSS 1 I 9 52000 PANEL RS 23
Catalog No. 52000 Panel General Data Catalog Number 52000 TVSS Modules Mount Modules 'Maximum Single Rated Single Noise Pulse Transient Pulse Transient Modules are available in five voltage Rejection Current Energy Module models for insertion in the Branch (a 50-150 Ohms (8 x 20 us) (Joules) Description 1 Phase 5kHz-5MHz-db Amperes Peak Panel Mount board. The board is 680 - 20 to - 40 120 VAC 2120-MDor2120-M" adaptable to any single or multiple 1440 - 20 to - 40 220 VAC 2220-MDor2220-M* 1440 phase (up to three phases) where 240 VAC 2240-MDor2240-M* 1650 -20 to -40 277 VAC 2277-MDor2277-M* up to three active modules may be 3000 480 VAC 2480-MDor2480-M* required. The main board makes A Transient waveform is applied from the generator to the TVSS device and the resulting clamping voltage is provision for an optional spare plug-in recorded by a digital storage oscilloscope. To derive the test results presented below, all IEEE-587-1980 waveforms were applied. Product reliability was further confirmed by subjecting each device to at least three module for replacement purposes. In Category B impulses at the conclusion of the test sequence. WYE configured boards, the spare Clamping Voltage module is wired N-G allowing it to Clamp Voltage (VPeak) serve as a Common Mode TVSS. In Clamp Voltage at Cat. B. ANSI C62.41 Module (.3kA8x20[xs) 6kV, 3kA (8x20 |is) DELTA configured boards the spare 500 2120-MDor2120-M 320 is not electronically connected. 2220-MDor2220-M 600 750 2240-MDor2240-M 640 750 1200 2277-MDor2277-M 1000 1600 1500 2480-MDor2480-M WYE Systems—Always active or instantaneous. Delta Systems =£5|JLS Response Time 'Confirmed by actual testing of devices. General Data for Catalog No. 32000 Multi-Phase TVSS Panel Protectors General Data for Catalog No. 42000 Panel Mount Panel Mount TVSS Catalog No. 32000 and 42000 Cat. No. Rated Line Voltage (VRMS) panels Cat. No. Rated Line Voltage (VRMS) These devices have been designed to 32120-001 120/240 V AC single phase 42120-001 120/240V AC single phase provide TVSS protection in commercial 32120-DY3 120/208V AC 3-Phase WYE, 42120-DY3 120/208V AC 3-Phase WYE, 208V AC 3-Phase Delta, and industrial environments for applica 208V AC 3-Phase Delta, 220V AC 3-Phase Delta 220V AC 3-Phase Delta tions that require multiple-phase 32277-DY3 277/480V AC 3-Phase WYE, 42277-DY3 277/480V AC 3-Phase WYE, transient voltage surge suppression. All 220/380V AC 3-Phase WYE, 220/380V AC 3-Phase WYE, feature high-performance redundant 240V AC 3-Phase Delta, 240V AC 3-Phase Delta, 480V AC 3-Phase Delta suppression circuitry; the 42000 480V AC 3-Phase Delta features a clamping envelope that tracks the contour of the AC sine wave. 24
Performance Specifications for Catalog No. 32000 Panel Features 32277-DY3 32120-DY3 32120-001 • Compact design for close installation 277V 120V 120V Nominal Line Voltage to panel provides short parallel sup 320V 150V 150V Max. Continuous Line Voltage pression path 75,000 Amps Max. Transient Current 75,000 Amps 75,000 Amps • Three-phase units suitable for both (8x20 [is, Single Pulse Rated) WYE and Delta systems NM/CM per phase • Real-time diagnostics monitor each 510V Nominal Clamping Level 240V 240V (V peak (a 1 mA) phase L-N/L-L/N-G Modes Protected L-N/L-L/N-G L-N/L-L/N-G • Easy installation into 3/4" panel 50/60 Hz Operating Frequency Range 50, 60, 400 Hz 50, 60, 400 Hz knockout or surface mounting Maximum Transient Energy 2500 Joules 1060 Joules 1060 Joules • UL Standard 1449 Listed, CSA (8x20 i^sec waveform) per phase Certified high energy TVSS Circuit Description high energy high energy • High-performance TVSS circuitry parallel parallel parallel provides outstanding protection Connection Means Hard wired Hard wired Hard wired • Rainproof housing can be mounted Application Environment Main Service Main Service Main Service outdoors Entrance Entrance Entrance Fusing Internal Internal Internal Number of Phases Two Three Three Clamping Data ANSI/IEEE C62.41 Clamping 32120-001 32120-DY3 32277-DY3 Data (V Peak). Data acquired at 90- Cat. A Ringwave 405V/200V 405V/200V 835V/835V degree phase angle, positive polarity Cat. B Ringwave 445V/380V 445V/380V 895V/875V data only, taken with KeyTek 587 Gen Cat. B Impulse 475V/445V 475V/445V erator and 2430 Tektronic Scope using 975V/990V dual 100x probes. Tests were con UL 1449 Ratings L-N: 600V Peak L-N: 600V Peak L-N: 1200V Peak Ca 3000A L-L: 1000V Peak L-L: 1000V Peak L-L: 2000V Peak ducted with zero lead length. Values N-G: 600V Peak N-G: 600V Peak N-G: 1200V Peak shown are for Normal Mode/Common Mode. EMI/RFI Noise Rejection Evaluation Band Width 100Hz-10MHz/100Hz-10MHz 100Hz-10MHz/100Hz-10MHz 100Hz-10MHz/100Hz-10MHz -3dB Rolloff Frequency 691kHz\691kHz 691kHz\691kHz 1MHz/1MHz Data taken for 50 Ohm load conditions Avg. Attenuation Across Band 20-30dB/20-30dB 20-30dB/20-30dB 0-10dB/0-10dB using HP 3585 Spectrum Analyzer. Values shown for Normal Mode/Com mon Mode. Typical wiring for 32000 and 42000 series Physical Data for Cat. No. 32000 TVSS Panels Operating Temp; -10 to 60 degrees C Weight: 3lb. 12oz. Storage Temp: -40 to 85 degrees C Dimensions (LxWxD): 6.25"x4.25"x3.25" Temp. Gradient: 15 degrees C per hour Housing: NEMA 3R Weatherproof Relative Humidity: 5%-95% non-condensing Altitude: Up to 3600m (11,800 ft.) Three-phase Delta Performance Specifications for Catalog No. 42000 Panel Mount 42120-DY3 42120-001 42277-DY3 120V 277V 120V Nominal Line Voltage 150V 320V 150V Max. Continuous Line Voltage 50,000 Amps 50,000 Amps 50,000 Amps Max. Transient Current (8x20 p.s, Single Pulse Rated) NM/CM per phase 240V 510V 240V Nominal Clamping Level (Vpeak (a 1mA) 120/240V AC single phase L-N/L-L/N-G L-N/L-L/N-G L-N/L-L/N-G Modes Protected 50, 60, 400 Hz 50/60 Hz 50, 60, 400 Hz Operating Frequency Range 680 Joules 2500 Joules 680 Joules Maximum Transient Energy (8x20 fisec waveform) per phase high energy high energy high energy TVSS Circuit Description parallel parallel parallel Hard wired Hard wired Hard wired Connection Means Branch Panels; Branch Panels; Branch Panels; Application Environment equipment equipment equipment Internal Internal Internal Fusing Three Three Two Number of Phases Three-phase WYE 25
Clamping Data 42120-001 42277-DY3 ANSIMEEE C62.41 Clamping Data 42120-DY3 (V Peak). Data acquired at 90-degree •190V/835V M86V/204V '186V/204V Cat. A Ringwave phase angle, positive polarity data "515/875V *250V/396V '250V/396V Cat. B Ringwave (only), taken with KeyTek 587 Genera 970V/990V 482V/504V 482V/504V Cat. B Impulse tor and 2430 Tektronix Scope using L-N: 1200V Peak L-N: 600V Peak L-N: 600V Peak UL1449 Ratings dual 100x probes. Tests were con L-L: 1000V Peak L-L: 2000V Peak L-L: 1000V Peak (5 3000A ducted with zero lead length. Values N-G: 600V Peak N-G: 1200V Peak N-G: 600V Peak shown are for Normal Mode\Common Mode. Values marked with asterisk (*) indicate voltage above the sine wave. EMI/RFI Noise Rejection 100Hz-10MHz/100Hz-10MHz 100Hz-10MHz/100Hz-10MHz 100Hz-10MHz/100Hz-10MHz Evaluation Band Width Data taken for 50 Ohm load conditions 1.27kHz/691kHz 1MHZ/1MHZ 1.27kHz\691kHz -3dB Rolloff Frequency using HP 3585 Spectrum Analyzer. 30-40dB/20-30dB 30-40dB/20-30dB Avg. Attenuation Across Band 30-40dB/20-30dB Values shown for Normal Mode/Com mon Mode. Physical Data for Cat. No. 42000 Panel Mount Weight: 3lb. 12oz. Operating Temp: -10 to 60 degrees C Dimensions (LxWxD): 6.25"x4.25"x3.25" Storage Temp: -40 to 85 degrees C Housing: NEMA 3R Weatherproof Temp. Gradient: 15 degrees C per hour Altitude: Up to 3600m (11,800 ft.) Relative Humidity: 5%-95% non-condensing Catalog No. 51000 Panel Mount The Panel Mount TVSS has been de signed to give homes, condominiums and small businesses protection from high-energy, high voltage transients. The suppression components incor porated in this device are uniquely combined in a patented hybrid circuit to provide the maximum possible power protection, especially when used in conjunction with Leviton's Suppression Strip or Duplex Plug-In Series. Features • IEEE C62.41 Category A and B Suppression Response • UL 1449 Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors • Single, high energy, solid state semi conductor TVSS components per Wired Modules Cat. No. 51020 and Features phase Cat. No. 51220 • High performance 4th generation • Each Phase independently fused multi-component suppression circuit • Green Indicator diagnostic light per The Cat. Nos. 51020-WM 120V and • High Speed (continuously phase 51220-WM 220V are intended for use responsive) • Standard J-Box metal enclosure with by OEMs who wish to provide built-in • Clamping envelope tracks the AC pre-punched standard knockouts TVSS protection for their equipment. sine wave contour and interior UL approved plastic cir They can also be used in the branch •IEEE C62.41 Category A and B cuit enclosure circuit environment. These modules Suppression Response • Flush-mountable in typical frame feature patented suppression and fil • UL 1449 Transient Voltage Surge construction environments tration networks for effective Suppressors protection against transients and • Voltage Smoothing noise. Modules are available for 120V • Diagnostic LED's indicating TVSS is and 220V 20A applications. active and operating properly •EMI/RFI Noise filtering 26
General Data 51120 Series Panel Mount TVSS 51000 Wiring Diagram 51120-3 51120-1 Series 120/208 3 Phase 120/2401 Phase One three-pole breaker suggested Line Voltage 120 VAC 120 VAC PHASE A Maximum Continuous Line Voltage (VRMS) 130 130 BLACK | PHASE B Phase/Wire Designation L1 and L2 Black, N White L1, L2 and L3 Black, N White BLACK [ PHASE C BLACK j Operational Frequencies 50, 60, 400 Hz 50, 60, 400 Hz WHITE | TVSS Performance Specifications GREEN Rated Single Plus Transient Energy (10x1000 (is) Joules 350 350 N BUSS | I— 51000 "Maximum Single Pulse Transient current y (8x20 (JLS.) Amperes Peak 50,000 50,000 PANEL "^ Clamping Voltage at 3kA (8x20 LLS) 330 330 Clamping Voltage at 3kA (8x20 \is) 480 480 Physical Specifications Wired-ln Module Wiring Diagrams Operating Temperature Range Operation Temperatures at - 10to60°C Storage Temperature -10°Cto55°C BUCK Dimensions 6" x 6" x 4" Standard J-Box -i 51020 j Rt Af.K BLACK Agency Approval UL Standard 1449 LOAD BLUE WHITE "Confirmed by actual testing of devices GREEN [GREEN r~ General Data Wired Module I•— Ni r-Q \j-= GREEN Line Voltage 120 VAC, 220 VAC Protection Modes Normal (L-N) and Common PHASE A -! B ~ PHASE (L + N-G) Mode BLACK BLACK Maximum Line Amperage 20 Amperes (51020-WM—120V/51220-WM—240V) WHITE LOAD GRAY Frequency Range 50, 60, 400 Hz -. 1 GREEN GREEN Maximum Line Voltage (VRMS) 130 VRMS, 240 VRMS nLr j 9- Circuit Type Staged multi-component, Series follows sine wave contour Internal Capacitance (Microfarads) 0.0060 TVSS Performance Specifications 51020-WM 51220-WM Normal Mode Common Mode Normal Mode Common Mode L-N L-N L + N-G L + N-G Rated Single Pulse Transient 300 280 300 280 Energy (10x1000 LLS Joules) by MOV Max. Single Pulse Transient 26,000 26,000 22,000 26,000 Current (8x20 LLS Amperes Peak) by MOV Noise Rejection 40 to 50 20 to 30 40 to 50 20 to 30 (a 50-150 Ohms 5K-40MHz-db IEEE-587 (ANSI C62.41-1980) Dynamic Clamping Voltages (Vpeak (5 90°C). Category A Ringwave 400 VPeak 650 VPeak 400 VPeak 220 VPeak 6kV, 200A, 100 KHz Category B Ringwave 500 VPeak 650 VPeak 400 VPeak 270 VPeak 6kV 500A, 100KHz Category B Bi-Wave 700 VPeak 700 VPeak 430 VPeak 350 VPeak Impulse 6kV 3kA (8x20 LIS) -10 to 60°C - 10 to 60°C Operating Temperature Range - 0°C to 55°C - 0°C to 55°C Storage Temperature Range 4.4'rx3.25" x 1.9" 4.4"x3.25" x 1.9" Dimensions UL Standard 1449/CSA UL Standard 1449/CSA Agency Approval
Surge-Protected Power Control Center The Surge-Protected Power Control Center provides superior transient voltage surge suppression and noise attenuation for virtually any integrated computer work station and its periph erals. Its hybrid design combines highly effective TVSS circuitry with advanced noise filtration components, and an optional telephone line sup pressor for modem protection can be specified. Leviton's Surge-Protected Power Control Center furnishes the user with six protected outlets and incorporates outstanding features including: • Real-time diagnostics with indicator light to monitor power and protection status. • Centralized switch control to ease start-up of peripherals. • Rear-mounted outlets help eliminate unsightly cord snarls. • Low-voltage warning light. • Static discharge bar below the switch panel to eliminate electrostatic dis charge on start-ups. • UL 1449, Listed, CSA certified. Cat. No. Rating/Description 5400 120 Volt, 15 Amp TVSS Power Control Center with five protected outlets. 5400-TLS 120 Volt, 15 Amp TVSS Power Control Center with five protected outlets and telephone line surge suppression for modem. 500 The Surge-Protected Power Control Center offers outstanding clamping performance. Its 400- hybrid circuitry results in a clamping enve lope that tracks the AC sine wave, and the 300- graph shows this clamping performance against the IEEE-587 Category A ringwave 5400-TLS input. Unlike single-component TVSS 200 devices which can only offer a wide clamp ing band above the sine wave, Leviton's 100- TVSS Power Control Center creates a tai lored envelope which closely follows the AC sine wave. This corresponds to the rise and fall of the wave thereby ensuring a tight, close clamp of transient disturbances regardless of phase angle or polarity. 200 360 PHASE ANGLE (Degrees) 28
Power Control Center Specifications 5400 General Data 120 VAC Line Voltage (VRMS) Normal (L- N) and Common (L - G, N - G) Mode Protection Modes 15 Amps Current Limit 50, 60, 400 Hz Frequency Range 130 Volts Maximum Line Voltage (VRMS) Less than 0.2 mA Leakage Current to Ground Staged multi-component, Series tracks AC sine wave contour Circuit Type Normal Mode (L - N)/Common Mode (N - G) TVSS Performance Specifications Rated Single Pulse Transient 300/280 Energy (10 x 1000 LLS, Joules) by MOV Maximum Single Pulse Transient 26,000/26,000 Current (8 x 20 |xs) Amperes Peak EMI-RFI Noise Rejection 50-60/20-30 (@ 50-150H, 5k-40MHz,-dB) ANSIC62.41 Dynamic Category A Ringwave 210/415 Clamping Voltage (VPeak) at 90° (6kV,200A, 100kHz) Performance Specifications Category B Ringwave 225/440 (6kV, 500A, 100kHz) Category B Impulse 335/465 (6kV 1.2x50 (xs, 3kA 8x20 LLS) UL 1449 (8x20 LLS (a 500A) 330/400/330 5400-TLS Telephone Line Max Line Voltage 200 V DC Suppression Specifications (optional) Max Clamping Voltage 287 V Peak Connector Type RJ-11/12C, 6 pin (pins 3, 4 protected)
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TEKTRONIX KEYTEK 587 DIGITAL STORAGE SURGE SUPPRESSION OSCILLOSCOPE GENERATOR DEVICE I UNDER TEST TEST WAVEFORMS CAT A RING WAVE 6KV, 200 A, 100 KHz CAT B IMPULSE 6KV1.2 X 50 (XS 3KA8 X20fxs TEKTRONIX P6009 100X PROBES CHARGE NEMA 15-5 SCOPE SETTINGS CONSTANT TO SCOPE VOLTAGE CONSTANT PLUG-IN CONNECTION AS SHOWN DURING TEST AT 6KV, 90 DEGREES TO GENERATOR READOUT ON SCREEN JL ELECTRICAL ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION MICROPROCESSOR ENVIRONMENT voltage is recorded by a digital storage Leviton oscilloscope. All IEEE waveforms are applied. Product reliability is deter mined by subjecting each device to at TVSS Devices- least three Category B impulses at the conclusion of the test sequence. Lab Tested, Failure to provide uniform clamping voltages, or component failure, con stitutes overall test failure. » Field Proven! New and redesigned TVSS products The Test appear in the marketplace on a very Comparative tests of new and compet regular basis, so publishing definitive itive products are performed regularly, competitive comparisons that remain using the ANSI/IEEE C62.41-1980 current is not possible. Results con Waveform Guide. During this standard tinually indicate, however, that test, a transient waveform is applied Leviton's TVSS products consistently from the generator to the TVSS outperform the competition. Specific device, and the resulting clamping reports are available upon request. J
Leviton Offers TVSS Devices for a Wide Variety of NETWORK Applications 5200P 5300P 5100P Direct Plug-In TVSS Device * * * Electronic Key Telephone * PABX - Point of Sales Systems * Disc Drive * Computer Terminals * Digital Cash Registers • Computer Controlled Office * Equipment * * • Personal Computers * - * Computer Peripherals * • Electronic Cash Registers * Copy Machines * Digital Scales * Digital Stereo Equipment - TV & Video Equipment Suppression Strip TVSS Device 5300PS 5200PS 51 OOPS * * * Personal Computers * * * Printers * * * Modems * File Servers - Disk Drives * * * Computer Terminals * * Electronic Cash Registers * Point of Sale Systems * VCR, Stereo Equipment Telephone Systems * * * * * Microwave Ovens SUGGESTED APPLICATIONS Distribution Panel Mount CAT. NO 51020/51220 TVSS (32000, 67000 and 57000 Se •r]es) Building Management Systems Medical Equipment Industrial Computer process control CNC Machines Robotics Computer Systems Traffic Controllers Medical Equipment Branch Panel Mount Series HVAC Application (42000 and 52000 Series) Security and Fire Control Systems Medical Equipment Telephone Equipment Office Automation CAT. NO. 51120 Panel Mount TVSS Personal Computers Panel Mounted Protection for: Copiers Electronic typewriters Homes Robotics Condos NC and CNC Machines Offices Material Handling Systems Apartments 1994 Leviton Mfg. Co., Inc. G4649/XXM/J1
Let Leviton's TVSS NETWORK of TVSS devices solve your unique surge suppression problems. The Leviton TVSS NETWORK'S ease and simplicity of installation, operation and cost-effectiveness will solve your most important surge suppression problems. From the simplest wall receptacle application to comprehensive network protection of an entire facility, Leviton will help you with all your application needs. Businesses, homes, offices, hospitals, schools, supermarkets, stores, etc., can be assured that their sensitive electronic equipment will be protected when using Leviton's TVSS line of devices. Your authorized Leviton TVSS distributor or dealer can also evaluate and make recommendations as to what type of TVSS device or network suits your requirements, and provide you with the product and technical information to get you started. Leviton's Limited Warranty This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. LEVITON warrants to the original consumer purchaser that the Plug-In, Telephone Plug-In, and Power Strip TVSS devices are free of defects in materials and workmanship for Five Years from purchase date. All other products are free of defects in materials and workmanship for Two Years. Leviton will correct such defects by repair or replacement, at its option, if the product is returned prepaid, with proof of purchase date, to Leviton Manufacturing Co, This warranty does not cover labor for removal or reinstallation of the product and is void on any product improperly installed, overloaded, abused or altered in any manner. Leviton limits the duration of any implied warranty of merchantability to Five Years or Two Years, depending on product, and excludes incidental or consequential damages for breach of any warranty on any product. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply.
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