Bourns 130 V dc 20kA 1977 Coaxial Surge Protector, Through Hole Mounting

  • RS Stock No. 785-8200
  • Mfr. Part No. 1977-09-A03
  • Manufacturer Bourns
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Certificate of Compliance
COO (Country of Origin): CN
Product Details

Bourns 1977 Series High Frequency Coaxial SPD

Heavy duty design
High frequency DC-5 GHz
DC Pass to ±48 V
VSWR <1.2
Low insertion loss <0.1 dB
Bidirectional
Water resistant
Replaceable gas tube
Three grounding options

Specifications
Attribute Value
Suppressor Type Coaxial Surge Protector
Maximum Voltage Rating 130 V dc
Mounting Type Through Hole
Maximum Surge Current 20kA
Series 1977
Length 57mm
Depth 26 (Dia.)mm
Dimensions 57 x 26 (Dia.)mm
Minimum Operating Temperature -50°C
Maximum Operating Temperature +85°C
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