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Written for the Auburn University and the Insurance industry, this short paper summarizes the basics of surge suppression and proper grounding practice when protecting electrical equipment.
"How To Protect Your House and It's Contents from Lightning". Omega Power, Duke Power, Panamax, Eaton Corp., and Square D are the five sponsors of this IEEE Document. May not be copied or reproduced without permission from any one of the five sponsors listed or IEEE.
Describes the materials and installation requirements for Surge Protective Devices.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do Surge Suppressors Save Energy?
This is simply NOT possible. Surges and lightning transients are very rapid impulses of energy that are too fast for the typical electric meter…. Click to Read More
Will my plug in strip surge suppressor protect my electronic equipment from lightning?
Most plug in surge suppression cannot handle much energy. A bigger problem is the fact that the majority of plug strip suppressors currently on the market and in use today were not tested by UL as surge suppressors…. Click to Read More
Do lightning rods protect electrical equipment?
When Ben Franklin invented the first lightning rods, his sole purpose was to stop tall wood buildings from burning to the ground after a strike…. Click to Read More
My plug in surge suppressor comes with a Connected Load Guarantee. What does that mean?
Anything 'Connected' to the suppressor is guaranteed! Imagine you could purchase a product that says it provides up to $ 5,000,000 guarantee…. Click to Read More
Does UL Certify Surge Suppression Performance Claims Made by Manufacturers?
Underwriters Laboratories (UL) tests all surge suppressors for safety but not performance. For many years, the safety issues surrounding suppression…. Click to Read More