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SPD (Surge Protection Device or called surge arrester) is an appliance designed to protect electrical devices from voltage spikes. A surge protector attempts to regulate the voltage supplied to an electric device by either blocking or by shorting to ground voltages above a safe threshold. We have spark gap, MOV and Spark tube type for different protection area.


What are the main differences between MOVs and Spark Gaps in SPDs?  |  What are the main differences between Type 1 and Type 2 SPD?

What are the main difference between 8/20μs and 10/350μs in SPD?

PV SPD/1500V DC SPD
by7-40y-photovoltaic-surge-protection-device-939
1200V and 1500V 40kA SPD for PV protection, CE, CB, TUV, RoHs approval.
1500vdc-pv-spd-t1t2
1500V DC SPD, PV SPD, T1+T2 SPD PV 1500VDC
T1 SPD
BY7-BC-25-SPD-T1-greegoo
Impulse Current limp up to 25KA
BY7-15-385-SPD-T1-greegoo
Impulse Current limp up to 15KA
T2 SPD
by7-10-spd-611
10kA SPD, CE, CB, RoHs approval from Dekra.
by7-20-spd-612
20kA SPD, CE, CB, RoHs approval from Dekra.
by7-40j-surge-protection-device
BY7-40J, CE, CB, ROHS
t2-by7-4031-385x-surge-protective-device
40kA, 3+1, full protection, T2 zone.
by7-40-spd-614
40kA SPD, CE, CB, RoHs, VDE and UL approved SPD.
by7-60-spd-613
60kA surge protective device.
by7-80-spd-616
80KA SPD
by7-100-spd-610
100KA surge protection device
by5-120-spd-608
120kA 3 phase surge protective device, spd.
by5-160-spd-surge-arrester-606
160kA 3 phase surge protection device, L1,L2,L3 and L1,L2,L3,N.
Signal SPD (T3 SPD)
byx-rj11-spd-624
BYX-RJ11
byx-rj45-spd-625
BYX-RJ45
byx-db-spd-657
RS232,RS485,RS422 SPD
byt-coaxial-surge-protective-devices-658
Coaxial signal surge protective devices
byw-satellite-tv-spd-662
Satellite TV high frequency, satellite signal receiver,microwave station and mobile communication station system.
Recommend SPD protection device
spd-backup-protector
30-100kA 230/400VAC SPD backup protection.



Surge protector (SPD, Surge Protection Device) are devices used to protect electrical equipment from voltage surge damage. According to the IEC 61643-11 standard, surge protectors are divided into different types, mainly T1, T2, and T3, with the main differences being in their level of protection and installation location.


T1 Surge Protectors:

  • Also known as primary protection or level 1 protection.
  • Designed to directly withstand high-energy impacts from distant power systems (such as lightning strikes directly on power lines).
  • Typically installed at the building's service entrance panel, that is, where the main power line enters the building.
  • T1 surge protectors are usually capable of handling surges with a 10/350 μs impulse waveform.


T2 Surge Protectors:

  • Also known as secondary protection or level 2 protection.
  • Designed to protect electrical equipment from surges caused by switching operations and indirect effects of distant lightning strikes.
  • Generally installed in sub-distribution panels, they can provide protection for a single or group of electrical devices.
  • T2 surge protectors are usually capable of handling surges with an 8/20 μs impulse waveform.


T3 Surge Protectors:

  • Also known as tertiary protection or level 3 protection.
  • Designed to protect sensitive electronic equipment from low-energy surges, which may be caused by internal switching operations or other disturbances within the building.
  • Installed as close as possible to the protected equipment, often directly at the power supply point of the device or system.


The combination of T1, T2, and T3 surge protectors can provide a comprehensive protection system for an electrical installation, from the main service entrance to the individual sensitive devices.

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