LSP05 Series - Thermally Protected Surge Protective Device

Series: LSP05
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Littelfuse LSP05 Surge Protection Modules provide transient overvoltage protection for outdoor and commercial LED lighting fixtures. Constructed with Littelfuse thermally protected Varistors, they provide robust surge current handling capability. A built-in thermal disconnect function provides additional protection from catastrophic failures and fire hazards, even under the extreme circumstances of Varistor end of life or sustained overvoltage conditions. The LSP05 is configured with parallel connections; an indicator wire can activate an LED to tell maintenance personnel when to replace the SPD in order to ensure the luminaire remains protected..

Features:
  • Maximum Lightning Surge Current: 10,000A
  • Thermally protected varistor technology
  • IP66 water-proof and dust-proof 
  • Indication wire options
  • Compact form factor (48x48x30mm) with mounting tabs
  • UL1449 Type 4 component assemblies recognition
  • Compliant with IEC 61643-11 Class II and EN61643-11 Type 2* (*Self-declared compliance)
Applications:
  • Outdoor and commercial LED lighting
  • Roadway lighting
  • Traffic lighting
  • Digital signage
  • Service entrance lighting
  • Parking garage/lot lighting
  • Flood lighting
  • Tunnel lighting
  • Street lighting

Part # Part Description RoHS Pb-free RoHS (2015/ 863/EU) Certificate REACH (SVHC’s) Declaration Halogen Free REACH (SVHC’s)
LSP05240P THERMALLY PROTECTED VARISTOR RoHS No 12/20/2011 PbFree No 12/20/2011
10/10/2014
LSP05240PM THERMALLY PROTECTED VARISTOR RoHS No 12/20/2011 PbFree No 12/20/2011 No
01/04/2015
LSP05480P THERMALLY PROTECTED VARISTOR RoHS No 12/20/2011 PbFree No 12/20/2011 No
10/10/2014
LSP05480PM THERMALLY PROTECTED VARISTOR RoHS No 12/20/2011 PbFree No 12/20/2011 No
01/04/2015
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