Surge Protective Devices

ASCO Model 150 (Edco TER Series) Surge Protective Device

The ASCO Model 150 Surge Protective Device miniature size fits directly inside fire or security panels, analog video housings and other system electronic enclosures. These features maximize surge suppression performance while reducing hardware and labor costs to install.

Best Suited For
  • Banking, Financial and Insurance
  • Telecom
  • Data Center/Colocation/Hosting
  • Education
  • Fire/Alarm/Security
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Manufacturing
  • Transportation
  • Water Supply/Sewage Disposal
5 Year Warranty
How to buy

Specifications

Specifications per model ASCO Model 150 (Edco TER Series) Surge Protective Device
Previous Model Name Product Type Application Technology Height (in / mm) Width (in / mm) Depth (in / mm) Weight (lbs / kgs)
Edco TER Series Data/Signal Isolated Power Loop SAD 1.3 in / 33 mm .4 in / 10 mm 2.0 in / 51 mm .03 lbs / .02 kgs
* To view a specific model product page click on the model name above.
ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Voltage/Configuration
Low Voltage DC
DC Clamping Voltage
43VDC
Surge Capacity
.047kA
Connection Type
Terminal Block
Enclosure Type / Rating
Plastic
Certifications
UL 497B
Modes of Protection
L-L/L-G

Downloads

*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

Fits Euro style and barrier strip
terminals
Automatic recovery
Single pair protection
High energy silicon avalanche
technology
Operating current > 2 Amps

Benefits

Compact size:
1.3˝ H x 0.4˝ W x 2.0˝ L
[33 x 10 x 51 mm]
5 year warranty 

Services & Support

Support

Frequently Asked Questions
Q
What is the maximum operating voltage of the ASCO Model 150 series?
A
The 150 series has a maximum oprerating voltage of 40 VDC, designed for use on 25 VAC signal lines.
Q
What is the maximum operating current of the ASCO Model 150 series?
A
The 150 series is designed for up to 2 amps of continuous current.
Q
I want to place this device in my fire panel. Is the ASCO Model 150 series UL listed?
A
Yes, the Model 150 is listed to UL 497B.

Contacts

Sales In USA Change Location
Vertiv (Capital Office)
Email Contact +1 703 726 4100 Fax +1 703 729 3837
44611 Guilford Dr Ste 180 Ashburn Virginia 20147 USA
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Monitoring
Vertiv (Virginia Office)
Email Contact +1 804 747 6030 Fax +1 804 270 5703
1011 Technology Park Drive Glen Allen Virginia 23059 USA
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Monitoring
Support Change Location
Vertiv (Capital Office)
Email Contact +1 703 726 4100 Fax +1 703 729 3837
44611 Guilford Dr Ste 180 Ashburn Virginia 20147 USA
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Monitoring
Vertiv (Virginia Office)
Email Contact +1 804 747 6030 Fax +1 804 270 5703
1011 Technology Park Drive Glen Allen Virginia 23059 USA
Product areas of focus: Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), Power Distribution, Surge Protective Devices, Thermal Management, Integrated Solutions, Racks and Containment, Monitoring

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