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Lightning strikes of a km or more away can cause damage to sensitive equipment as a result of induced voltages. When lightning strikes a nearby tree, building or pole, the fast-moving high current generates large electromagnetic fields. These electromagnetic fields induce highspeed surge currents into electrical, data and communication lines with resultant high voltage spikes… (more)

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Sophisticated and highly susceptible microprocessor based electronics and data communication networks are integrated across every sector of today’s fast paced business world. Preserving these mission-critical systems from the damages of surges, spikes, and transients ensures that these systems are protected from equipment destruction, disruption in service, and from costly downtime. How to properly stage these surge protection devices (SPDs) can be as important as actually making the decision to purchase them… (more)

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