Surge Protective Devices

ASCO Model 142 (Edco SRA64 Series) Surge Protective Device

The ASCO Model 142 Surge Protective Device is a single pair cube implementing three-stage hybrid technology. This cube addresses over voltage transients with gas tubes and silicon avalanche components.

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  • Banking, Financial and Insurance
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  • Manufacturing
  • Healthcare
  • Government
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  • Transportation
  • Water Supply/Sewage Disposal
5 Year Warranty
How to buy

Specifications

Specifications per model ASCO Model 142 (Edco SRA64 Series) Surge Protective Device
Previous Model Name Product Type Technology Height (in / mm) Width (in / mm) Depth (in / mm) Weight (lbs / kgs)
Edco SRA64 Series Data/Signal GDT, SAD, w/Series PTC 1.15 in (Cube) / 29.2 mm 1.15 in / 29.2 mm 1.15 in / 29.2 mm 2 oz / .06 kgs
* To view a specific model product page click on the model name above.
ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage/Configuration
5, 12, 24, 30, 36, 52, or 120 VDC
Maximum Operating Current
0.15 A
DC Clamping Voltage
8, 15, 30, 36, 43, 60, or 150 VDC
Surge Capacity
10 kA
Connection Type
Wire Leads (provided) / 10-32 Ground Stud
Enclosure Type / Rating
Plastic
Operating Temperature
-40°C to+85°C

Downloads

Technical Specifications

*To see model-specific downloads, you will need to go to the model-specific product page by selecting the model name in the specifications chart above.

Features

Lightning protection for balanced
low voltage signal lines
Three stage hybrid protection
Sneak/fault current protection
Differential and common mode
protection
Automatic recovery
Fast response time
Flame retardant epoxy
encapsulated

Benefits

5 Year Warranty

Services & Support

Support

Frequently Asked Questions
Q
What is the maximum continuous current the ASCO Model 142 series can be supplied with?
A
The 142 series uses resettable fuses (PTCs) rated at 150mA. Do not place the 142 series in service on signal lines capable of continuously supplying more than 150mA.
Q
The ground potentials at my site vary; what 141 model should I use for the best performance?
A
A line-line protection only is available for the ASCO Model 142 series. Example: 142D008S10KDG4N0 (8 VDC clamp, line-line protection only, 150mA operating curent)
Q
What technology is used in the ASCO Model 142 series?
A
The ASCO Model 142 series utilizes our signature three-stage hybrid technology consisting of Gas Discharge Tubes (GDTs) and Silicon Avalanche Diodes (SADs) for overvoltage protection and resettable fuses (PTCs) for overcurrent protection.

Contacts

Sales In USA Change Location
Liebert Products & Services-Capitol Sales Office
Email Contact +1 703 726 4100 Fax +1 703 729 3837
44611 Guilford Dr Ste 180 Ashburn Virginia 20147
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Monitoring
FRANK PARSONS BUSINESS PRODUCTS
4309 HENNINGER CRT ASHBURN Virginia 20147
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Software, IT Management, Monitoring
INTELLIGENT DECISIONS INC
21445 BEAUMEDE CIR ASHBURN Virginia 20147
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Software, IT Management, Monitoring
DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES INC
STE 550 45150 BUSINESS CT STERLING Virginia 20166
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Software, IT Management, Monitoring
E TEL SYSTEMS CORP
STE 140 43766 TRADE CTR PL DULLES Virginia 20166
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Software, IT Management, Monitoring
TECHNICA CORP
22970 INDIAN CREEK RD SUITE 500 DULLES Virginia 20166
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Software, IT Management, Monitoring
ANIXTER - FEDERAL SALES DC METRO
45075 OLD OX RD DULLES INTERNATIONAL Virginia 20166
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Software, IT Management, Monitoring
GRAYBAR ELECTRIC VENDOR#3667102
45145 OCEAN COURT STERLING Virginia 20166
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), DC Power Systems, Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Software, IT Management, Monitoring
WESCO DISTRIBUTION
STE 145 45449 SEVERN WAY STERLING Virginia 20166
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Software, IT Management, Monitoring
DULLES ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORP
22570 SHAW RD STE 150 STERLING Virginia 20166
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Software, IT Management, Monitoring
Support Change Location
Vertiv - Surge Protective Devices Support
14550 58th Street North Clearwater Florida 33760 USA
Product areas of focus: Surge Protective Devices

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