Surge Protector

Prevent the loss of your equipment investment with Linebacker LBK10 Surge Protector. By using state of the art TPMOV technology coupled with the ability to remove your equipment from potentially damaging surges,  providing the ultimate solution for your surge protection needs. Include it a on your AC system today. Call us (305) 509-6380

When properly installed, this device features internal protection that will disconnect the intended protected equipment from power when the surge protective circuitry is compromised.
Use the “Operational Output” to enable activation of the contactor coil circuit and disable power to the equipment when the protector fails. Use the “Alarm Output” connection to activate an external alarm or indicator.

External alarm and indicator components are not supplied with this product. The LBK10 also incorporates unique circuitry that detects and indicates when there is an over voltage or under voltage condition. Moreover, this device will detect and indicate when there is a loss of neutral or ground to the surge protector. A good ground is imperative for the proper function of the surge protector.

With its unique microcontroller, the LBK10’s green LED provides a status report for the surge protector’s installation. Upon power up, the LBK10 analyzes the voltage and ground conditions and the green LED will indicate their status. When the LBK10 detects an overvoltage, undervoltage, lost neutral or ground, it will not allow power to the surge protector or equipment until the condition is rectified.

Features and Benefits

•TPMOV Technology
•NO/NC relay to disconnect equipment and/or activate indicator
•Easy installation at condensing unit
•Green LED indicates surge protection status
•4X style Weatherproof housing
•3 Year product warranty
•3 Year Connected equipment guarantee
•UL® Listed 1449, 4th edition
•See product sheet F582 in ‘Downloads’ section for more information
•Type 2 Surge Protection Device
•Voltage Monitor
•Ground Monitor

The Importance of Ground

A surge protector works by shunting the voltage surge to ground. A good ground is imperative. The National Electric Code’s (NEC) maximum resistance at ground is 25 ohms. Have a procedure in place to check the ground system of the installation location.

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