1530 Series Installation

1530-1 Series
Indoor PoE Surge Protector
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
Failure to connect the protector to a proper ground connection can result in improper operation of the protector during a surge event.
Model 1530-1D
1. Verify that the DIN Rail Strip has a known ground connection.
Otherwise, use Model 1530-1D-W.
2. Loosen the screw holding the DIN Rail Adapters.
3. From an angle, hook the DIN Rail Adapter to the DIN Rail Strip
(see Figure 1).
4. Tighten the screw until the module locks in place.
5. Plug the exposed RJ45 plug into the RJ45 socket labeled
“LINE SIDE” (this is the unprotected side).
6. Plug the protected RJ45 plug (equipment) into the RJ45 socket
on the protected end. Connect to a known and verified ground.
Figure 1
DIN RAIL STRIP
DIN RAIL ADAPTER
Model 1530-1D-W
1-6. Follow steps 1 through 6 above.
7.
Connect the ground wire to a known and verified ground
connection (see Figure 2).
USE SCREW TO SECURE
PROTECTOR TO WALL
Figure 2
CONNECT TO A KNOWN AND VERIFIED GROUND
For Models with DIN Rail Option (see Figures 3A and 3B)
C
A
90 °
Figure 3A
Figure 3B
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove screw “A” (see Figure 4A).
Remove upper clamp “B”.
Remove screws “C” - these hold lower clamp “D”.
Rotate lower clamp “D” 90 ° around the hole at center of the
enclosure (see Figure 4B).
5. Fasten the screws “C” to hold lower clamp “D” in the new position.
6. Adjust upper clamp “B” against lower clamp “D” and turn screw “A”
until the upper clamp “D” cannot disengage from upper clamp “B”.
Figure 5 shows the completed assembly.
B
D
Figure 4B
Figure 4A
DIN RAIL
SIDE VIEW
Figure 5
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01/15
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
The device characteristics and parameters in this data sheet can and do vary in different applications and actual device performance may vary over time.
Users should verify actual device performance in their specific applications.
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