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.
Rated at 65kA AIC fault current and tested to 160kA 8/20µs per IEC 61643-1, the APEX Imax achieves low voltage let-through and high current handling capability. It utilizes a combination of fast-acting, low clamp silicon avalanche suppressor diode (SASD) and robust metal oxide varistor (MOV) technologies to achieve ultimate protection against all transient surge anomalies. All APEX Imax units are listed to the latest revision of the UL 1449 2nd Edition standard. The APEX Imax is also Motorola R56 2005 Certified, designed to meet current industry requirements.
The APEX Imax is available in a NEMA 12 steel enclosure or NEMA 4X fiberglass composite enclosure, SASD/MOV hybrid or MOV technology and various electrical configurations. As all of Transtector’s reliable APEX series, the APEX Imax utilizes modular surge cards for user-friendly installation and maintenance.
The APEX Imax is backed by Transtector’s standard 10 year manufacturer’s warranty.
APEX Imax Series Product Detail
APEX Imax Product Data Sheet
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About Transtector Systems
Transtector is an international provider of power quality products including AC, DC, data and signal surge protection, communications power cabinets, EMP protection, lightning protection, and power quality engineering services. Established in 1967, Transtector was the first surge suppression designer to use non-degrading silicon diodes. Our patented, proprietary silicon avalanche suppressor diode (SASD) technology allows for less let-through voltage and lower clamp levels than other surge protection products. No one understands suppression and power quality issues like Transtector.