Data, Telephone, Signal

A surge protective device protects network components from transients, surges, and spikes that are often introduced into low voltage systems. A surge protective device prevents large single surges, such as lightning, from producing hundreds of thousands of volts, which can cause instantaneous or intermittent equipment failure. Surge protective devices prevent transient overvoltages on analogue, ADSL, and ISDN telephone lines and digital data lines with screw, RJ, R&M, and Krone connectors. These also safeguard computer networks using category 5e, 6, and POE wiring.

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