Internet #311918250

Model #SDSA1175CP

Store SKU #1004987439

36 kA Single Phase Panel Mounted Type 1 Surge Protective Device - Clear Packaging

  • 36 kA surge current capacity for any brand electrical panel
  • 2 Year Warranty
  • NEMA 4X for indoor/outdoor installation
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Product Overview

The Square D by Schneider Electric SDSA1175CP is a hardwired Type 1 Surge Protective Device is NEMA 4X rated and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications. This SPD is rated at 36,000 Amp Maximum Surge Current Rating and has a intended for use with pumps, motor applications and service-entrance locations. The unit is designed for hardwired usage and features an LED to indicate its operational status. This surge protective device is compatible with any brand breaker box.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.6 in
Product Height (in.)
2.3
Product Width (in.)
2.3

Details

Connection type
Panel Mount
Electrical Product Type
Whole House Surge Protectors
Joules
1304
Maximum Amperage (amps)
36000
Product Weight (lb.)
0.64
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ANSI Certified,CSA Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Square D warrants equipment manufactured by it and sold through authorized sales channels to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for two (2) years from date of invoice by Square D or its authorized retail channel.

Questions & Answers

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What size circuit breaker is needed to operate this device?

Asked by Sonny September 10, 2020
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Answer

Hello, The SDSA1175 series can be applied to any 120/240V single phase panel along with the HOM series panels. Regards.

Customer Reviews

  • 3.5
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  • 100% recommend this product
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A surge suppressor is the kind of device that's difficult to know if and when it has protected yo...
A surge suppressor is the kind of device that's difficult to know if and when it has protected you. It's like having a guard dog that scares away a burglar without you knowing it. But there are burglars and there are AC line surges and spikes. Some surges come from external sources like nearby lightning hits or from power lines touching things in high winds. Surges also get produced in your home by things like motors. This Square D suppressor is rated to clamp down on surges up to 36,000 amps of instantaneous energy. The device is compact and easily mounted on the side of the breaker panel. Per the installation instructions it's important that the shortest possible lead length be used to connect the device to its protective circuit breaker. This minimizes resistance and inductance in the wiring that can prevent the suppressor from doing its best effect. (The dedicated breaker is needed in case the device gets hit hard enough to short out.) There is an LED that indicates that the device is connected to power and is not damaged. The reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is the location of that light. The shortest distance to the device's protective breaker is from the side of the breaker panel nearest its breaker. The problem is that when it's on the side of the box it's hard to see the light since it's now facing to the side, not the front. Of course you could hang a little box on the side of the panel and face the device forward but that would require longer wires. But I grant that it's a minor point. I installed one of the devices on my sister's breaker panel a couple of weeks ago. So far, so good!
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Wont know until a summer of storms
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