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AC surge arrester 3EB4, 3EB5
high-voltage

AC surge arrester
AC surge arrester
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Characteristics

Other characteristics
AC, high-voltage
Current

10 A, 20 A

Voltage

Max.: 25,000 V

Min.: 0 V

Description

Siemens has been designing and manufacturing medium- and high-voltage surge arresters for standard and special applications since 1925. We have produced surge arresters for railway systems for over 80 years. Continuous research and development, extensive know-how and global experience give Siemens surge arresters a leading position in the overvoltage protection market. Their uncompromising quality ensures a long service life and reliability in every application. Our portfolio consists of AC and DC surge arresters for a variety of different applications. Our surge arresters for railway applications protect every part of a rail system, from traction substations, transmission lines, cables and catenary systems to rail vehicles for local, long distance and high-speed services up to 420 km/h. We offer several surge arresters for AC and DC railway applications up to 45 kV. •3EB4 - Silicone rubber surge arresters with composite hollow core design for use on traction vehicles and for fixed installation in AC and DC systems. •3EB5 – Silicone rubber surge arresters with Cage Design® for use on traction vehicles and for fixed installation in AC and DC systems. •3EB2 and 3EB3 – Surge arresters with silicone rubber housing for use on traction vehicles and for fixed installation in DC systems; A1 and A2 application. The 3EB2 is DC-B classified, the 3EB3 is DC-C classified.

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