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SurgeX Rolls Out New Surge Eliminator

SurgeX International has unveiled its new SXN1230, a fixed installation unit that joins the SX1200 series of surge eliminators and AC power conditioners. Housed in a NEMA enclosure measuring 12 inches by 12 inches by 4 inches and meeting code for use in ceiling plenums, the industrial-grade SXN1230 provides surge protection for dedicated power lines.

SurgeX International has unveiled its new SXN1230, a fixed installation unit that joins the SX1200 series of surge eliminators and AC power conditioners. Housed in a NEMA enclosure measuring 12 inches by 12 inches by 4 inches and meeting code for use in ceiling plenums, the industrial-grade SXN1230 provides surge protection for dedicated power lines, according to the company.

Designed for use in 230-volt systems with single phase requirements, the SXN1230 incorporates proprietary SurgeX technologies, such as Advanced Series Mode surge elimination and Impedance Tolerant EMI/RFI filtering.

"The SXN1230 takes proven SurgeX technologies and incorporates them into a convenient solution that can be used in a wide range of situations where conventional solutions are not appropriate," said Michael McCook senior principal and founder of SurgeX, in a statement.

According to the company, SurgeX's Advanced Series Mode surge elimination performs better than conventional metal-oxide varistor (MOV) based circuitry or MOV hybrid designs and is non-sacrificial. The manufacturer's "zero let-through" technology provides reliable protection, stopping surges up to 6,000 volts (unlimited surge current) without producing harmful side effects such as ground-wire contamination or common-mode disturbances.

SurgeX products hold an A-1-1 rating from the U.S. government, indicating dependable protection from destructive spikes, surges, and inductive transients.

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