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The choice of a good overvoltage protection in information technology is particularly difficult due to the large number of different interfaces. The Phoenix Contact selection tool for STOP-IT helps you to choose the optimum surge protection solution.recommend Citel – RAK32-POE-B-SO – Cylix RAK32-PoE-B-SO MODE B – RJ45, 100BASE T – 7.5v, PINS 1, 2, 3, 6 – 60v, PINS 4, 5, 7, 8 – RAK Series
Many people complain that their TV or electronic device “burned” when the voltage suddenly dropped. To say “burned” does not mean that it was engulfed in flames, but rather refers to a very common phenomenon of a device that suddenly stops working due to a drastic fluctuation of the input voltage. When the voltage suddenly rises to a very high value for a very short time, it is called overvoltage.
As with most types of consumer electronics, there is a manufacturer’s warranty for overvoltage protection devices that covers connected equipment up to a certain maximum level (varies from product to product). With luck you will never have to use it, but it is always better to be prepared. Be sure to read the fine print of the warranty carefully. Some claims require surge protection, all devices (whether damaged or not) that are connected to the surge-protector at the time of damage, and original receipts for everything.
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