Industrial Datacom RS-232, 422, 485 Port Protectors
Connect-IT 510 Modular 4/8 Line RJ-11, RJ-45, RJ-48 Surge Protectors

4, 6 and 8 Wire Modular Surge Protectors for RS-232 and RS-422 Applications

The Patton EPG Model 510 and 512 surge protectors let you choose 4 or 8 wire protection for either an RS-232 or RS-422 modular interface. These ultra-miniature protectors fit almost anywhere and handle transient surges up to 600 watts per wire. Harmful surge energy is diverted safely to chassis ground using a built-in braided metal strap. Should these protectors encounter a severe surge above their rated capacity, they will divert all voltages to ground. This means that the surge protector will sacrifice itself to protect the network.

Important Information
When ordering a Model 510, 511 or 512, we ask you to provide us with two pieces of vital information:
  1. Whether your application is 4-wire (RJ-11), 6-wire (RJ-12) or 8-wire (RJ-45)
  2. Whether your application is RS-232 (clamps at 18V) or RS-422 (clamps at 7.5V)

  • Model 510 Protects Four Wires on the RJ-11 Connector (Combined Surge Handling of 2400 Watts
  • Model 512 Protects Eight Wires on the RJ-45 Connector (Combined Surge Handling of 4800 Watts)
  • Heavy Braided Ground Strap Diverts Surge Energy to Frame Ground
  • Clamping at 18 Volts for RS-232 and 7.5 Volts for RS-422
  • "Fail Safe" Design Guards Hardware in Case of Severe Surge
  • Made in the USA — This Patton equipment is designed by Patton engineers and built in our Gaithersburg, Maryland facility. Patton's American-made manufacturing process delivers high-quality networking solutions with reliability you can trust.
# Model # Description Availability
1 510/25 4 LINE MODULAR S. PROT. RS-232 Special Order
2 510/6 4 LINE MODULAR S. PROT. RS-422 Special Order


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