Phoenix Contact PT 2X2+F-BE Surge Protector, DIN Rail Mounting

Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
Non Compliant
COO (Country of Origin): FR
Product Details

RS 422 and RS 485 series DATA-PLUGTRAB® data link protection

DATA-PLUGTRAB is a two-part protection module (plug and base) for industrial bus systems and data signal networks that use a 3- or 4-core technique.
The bases' metal grounding foot on the PT 2x2 BE ensures a quick mount on the rail and, consequently, with the nearby ground potential.
Its compact design is only 17.5 mm wide, and it fits onto a symmetric rail.
Pluggable design allows communication to be immediately re-established after unplugging a device that has reached the end of its service life.

Specifications
Attribute Value
Suppressor Type Surge Protector
Mounting Type DIN Rail
Series PT 2X2+F-BE
Length 89.8mm
Depth 17.7mm
Height 52mm
2 In stock for delivery within 5 working day(s)
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 158.84
(exc. GST)
$ 182.67
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 - 4
$158.84
5 - 9
$152.88
10 - 24
$146.91
25 - 49
$140.98
50 +
$133.93
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