Rayvoss “A” Surge Suppressor

Rayvoss® A Series

Specially Designed to Protect Your Industrial Application 

Rayvoss A industrial surge protection systems are designed with Strikesorb 80 Surge Protective Devices (SPDs) inside. Offered in a variety of configurations, Rayvoss A systems can be customized to meet any customer’s electrical overvoltage protection needs.

The Rayvoss Surge protection series from Raycap features Strikesorb 80 Surge Protective Devices (SPDs) and is available in a variety of operating voltages.  Strikesorb®, the high surge capacity protection element inside Rayvoss repetitively absorbs and dissipates excess energy from lightning surges and power surges without performance deterioration or aging to the SPD module. Contact Raycap today to select a system.

Technical Info

  • Rayvoss is fully listed to UL 1449 3rd edition
  • Tested to 200kA Maximum Surge Current per NEMA LS-1 (8/20µs)
  • Ultra-high Short Circuit Current Rating
  • Strikesorb 80 surge protective device capacity: 4 or 7 modules
  • Strikesorb 80 is a Class I SPD per IEC 61643-11
  • Available in a variety of operating voltages

Available operating voltages (AC voltages rms) 

  • 120V
  • 240V
  • 277V
  • 400V
  • 480V
  • 600V

 

Features & Benefits

  • Rayvoss industrial electrical protection systems are listed under the UL1449 3rd ed. safety standard
  • The Rayvoss enclosure is NEMA 4 rated, designed to withstand exterior environments.
  • The surge protective devices inside Rayvoss systems (Strikesorb) do not require an internal fuse to operate safely. Cables can be attached directly to the internal bus bars, eliminating the voltage drop across a fuse. The advantages are: lower clamping voltages, zero maintenance and no parts to replace.
  • Rayvoss can be installed in-line, which eliminates the need for long cable lengths, and results in the lowest clamping voltage possible.
  • Rayvoss A is UL-Listed for installation with 4/0 AWG  (120 mm2) cable capable of handling 225 A. Using the largest cable size possible helps to reduce the clamping voltage by reducing the inductance in the cable.