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Next Generation Surge Protection

Thursday, March 13, 2008
LEA is taking surge protection to a new level with the introduction of the SP Plus. LEA engineered the SP Plus 100 and 200 for UL 1449 3rd Edition safety requirements and optimized performance by design to meet the maximum Nominal Discharge Current. Read Article >

CSE, Security Magazine and EC&M Publish Transtector Paper

Monday, March 3, 2008
Transtector Systems’ product marketing team will be published in the March issues of EC&M. Jay Adams, Application Engineer, and Hosanna Schumacher, Market and Business Development Specialist co-authored Power Quality Considerations for Security Systems.

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Compact GigE, T1/E1, 160V POE, 10/100Base-T(X) and DSL Silicon Surge Protection

Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Transtector announces the launch of the versatile DPR Series designed to support multiprotocol, in field configuration surge protection in a single rack unit. This 16 module chassis offers a scalable solution designed to support installation from one communications line to multiples. Read Article >

Class I and II, High Performance, Din-Rail Mountable, Robust Surge Protector: SuperHy

Monday, February 11, 2008
With its circuit’s unique surge handling capabilities, Transtector’s 240V SuperHy is the next generation hybrid surge protector. Transtector has engineered a 240V circuit that protects sensitive electronics from frequent surge damage and extraordinary surge currents. Read Article >

Compact, High Amperage DC Breaker Interface Panel from Transtector Systems

Friday, February 8, 2008
Transtector’s DCEdge® I is a compact breaker panel designed for today’s amped-up networks. UL 60950-1 listed, this DC panel provides four 150A inputs to feed 20 60A capacity outputs. Its robust enclosure and chassis are purpose-built for ease of installation in an ETSI/PTE2000 rack. Read Article >

Modular Cross Connect and Surge Protector for T1/E1, 10/100BT, GigE, and DS3 Released by Transtector Systems

Wednesday, January 16, 2008
Transtector’s newly released rack/panel-mountable, reconfigurable DXR Series (digital exchange rack) is purpose-built for edge network nodes. Your network, business or data center require non-degrading, fast-acting, high performance surge protection for continuous operation. Transtector’s proven proprietary high performance, low impedance silicon surge protection is now available in a compact, reconfigurable, scalable cross connect. Read Article >

New Power Over Ethernet Protector from Transtector

Tuesday, September 25, 2007
Advanced lightning and surge protection for POE lines is now available in an easy to install, reconfigured Transtector ALPU (Advanced Lightning Protection Unit). The ALPU-POE Series offers the proven reliability and superior performance technology of the original ALPU Series in a more compact design. The units are compatible with all standard 48VDC CAT5E 10/100Base-T network equipment in residential, commercial and industrial environments. Read Article >

Transtector Brings Surge Protection to Mesh Networking

Wednesday, June 6, 2007
Transtector Systems, superior surge protection technology provider for 40 years, continues to lead the industry in engineering technology through development of mesh network protection. The Mesh Series network protectors feature Transtector’s reliable silicon avalanche suppressor diode (SASD) technology for maximum performance of critical mesh radios through low voltage protection levels. Read Article >

Transtector's APEX Imax - A New Level of Surge Protection Performance

Tuesday, May 29, 2007
Transtector Systems, superior protection technology provider for 40 years, introduces the newest invention in surge protection research and development – APEX Imax. The APEX Imax takes mission critical surge protection to an extraordinary level of performance in lightning, surge and fault current mitigation.
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Transtector Now Offers UL 497 Listed ALPU-ALVR and New 90V POE Surge Protector

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Transtector’s ALPU-ALVR and ALPU-90V will protect your 90V POE and WiMAX radios from three types of surges: over voltages, sneak current and fault current.
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