Class B Lighting Surge Protection
Surge Protection devices Class B are suitable for lightning surges, used at the equipotential connection of LPZ 0 and LPZ 1 zone, which protects the electrical network due to lightning impulses and Surges.
Lightning Surge protector can be use of consumer systems against direct lightning stroke into the overhead power supply line or outdoor lightning protection system.
Electronic equipment can be protected from the potentially destructive effects of high-voltage transients. Protective devices, known by Lightning Surge Protection The "correct" name (accepted internationally) is "surge protection devices" or "SPDs" and this nomenclature is used throughout this publication.
Surge protection devices should ideally operate instantaneously to divert a surge current to ground with no residual common-mode voltage presented at the equipment terminals. Once the surge current has subsided, the SPD should automatically restore normal operation and reset to a state ready to receive the next surge.
Class B Lightning Surge Protection