What would you say if we told you there was a way to protect your home from power surges, and warranty all your electronics and electrical equipment, and that it would cost starting for as little as $299+HST installed? Start thinking about your answers because we’ve got something to tell you.
The Schneider HEPD80C, an Electric Home Electronics Protective Device, is a compact and affordable surge suppressor designed for installation in residential load centres from ANY manufacturer. It reduces surges that can overwhelm plug strips and damage your household equipment. Homes can experience up to 100 surges a month, with most coming from inside the home. With the typical house containing up to 15,000 of sensitive equipment like laptops, tv’s, phones, and game consoles, the HEPD80C surge protective device can give you peace of mind.
It also provides surge protection for items that are not compatible with plug strips, like washers, dryers, fridges, stoves, and climate control equipment.
Home Electronics Protective Devices (HEPDs) Features:
- Superior Performance
- Schneider Electric brand Home Electronics Protective Devices (HEPDs) utilize high-energy suppression circuitry to protect household equipment.
- Each MOV is individually fused with both thermal and overcurrent fusing. HEPDs carry a NEMA
- Type 4X rating suitable for installing indoors or outdoors.
- NEMA 4X rated for use on any brand of indoor/outdoor residential loadcentre.
- The HEPD80C has a limited warranty of 5 years with a $75,000 connected equipment warranty* for residential applications.
The HEPD80C Surge Protective Device Advantage:
- Easy to install — Mounts next to any residential loadcentre
- Small footprint and cost — Compact and affordable surge suppressor. Type 1 SPD
- Enhance aesthetics — Suitable for indoor or outdoor installations
- Maximum protection — Long lasting protection against powerful surges, up to 80 kA
- 5 Year Warranty* — $75,000 downstream equipment protection
- Application flexibility — Surge Device can be direct bus mounted or can be connected to a breaker
- Longer lead wires – 40% longer lead lengths adds installation flexibility in larger panels