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Specifying, Sizing, and Selecting TVSS

Jason Koshy & Jay Adams

Surge protection is an important consideration in the electrical system design. With over 30 years of experience devoted solely to the TVSS (Transient Voltage Surge Suppression) industry, LEA International offers one of the most comprehensive SPD (Surge Protection Device) product lines available worldwide. LEA International's seminar on Surge Protection Considerations is designed to keep the engineering community current with the state-of-the-art in surge protection technology.

This webinar/seminar outlines the following key topics:

  • TVSS sizing and selection criteria
  • Writing good specs and avoiding liability
  • How to evaluate TVSS vendors

  • This webinar/seminar intents to help in selecting, sizing, and writing a good specification for the TVSS units. A detailed discuss of the most common problems with product specs and liabilities that the engineers run into with products. Discuss on advantages/disadvantages of internal products versus the external stand alone products. After completing this webinar/seminar, engineers will have information for selecting multiple vendors for specification to provide competitive pricing for their customers.

    If you have already attended this seminar and would like to take the quiz and obtain a Certificate of Completion free of charge, please click on the following link:

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