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SurgePure: Mach 3

December 10, 2020

SurgePure: Mach 3

The Mach 3 is designed for digitally sensitive applications and comes with added feature ‘Active SineWave Tracking’. It is used on MRI’s, dentist offices, large LED Jumbotrons, computer rooms and truck scales.

The SurgePure Mach 3 SPD System is designed for your most digitally sensitive equipment featuring ‘Active Sinewave Tracking’ (AST) filtering out lowlevel spike/noise for ultra pure-power. Mach 3 isolates your most sensitive down-line equipment from nearby motor loads and in-house surges.

Active Sinewave Tracking (AST) Surge Elimination and Enhanced EMI/RFI Filtering

Key Features

  • LED’s Constantly monitor performance and protection status of each phase.
  • Unique fuse-links maintain safety of high energy, nondegrading surge capacity.
  • Designed for easy mounting and installation for ‘fast response-time’ protection.
  • Up to 335,000 amps of single-element, nondegrading surge protection!
  • Integral grid of primary & secondary levels of nondegrading SPD technology provides long-term 24/7 AC power system integrity

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