1800revB

Features
■ Low peak clamping voltage even during
■ Cable shields are passed through and
severe current surges
■ Ability to repeatedly protect against surge
currents in excess of 10,000 amperes
■ Convenient mounting and grounding to any
flat surface or to Din 1 (TS-32) or DIN-3
(TS-35) rail
may be either grounded or not grounded at
the protector
■ Vibration-proof screw-type clamp terminals
■ Flame-resistant epoxy-filled housing
1800 Series – Signal and Dataline Protector
Bourns® Model 1800 Series Signal and Dataline Protectors are designed to protect sensitive electronic circuits and components from damaging
surge voltages and currents. Their extremely fast response and low clamping voltages make them particularly suitable for the protection of
signal and data lines associated with computer, data communication, instrumentation, broadcasting and industrial controls. They may be used
directly with EIA standard interfaces RS-232, RS-422, RS-423, RS-485 and with 20 mA and 50 mA instrumentation loops. The Model 1800
Series Signal and Dataline Protectors are fast, rugged and capable of protecting against fast rising voltage transients as well as the severe
current surges associated with lightning discharges.
Method of Operation
Bourns® Model 1800 Series are heavy-duty, multi-staged protectors. A solid-state section intercepts the leading edge of the surge with subnanosecond response time. Within microseconds a 3-pole common chambered gas tube capable of handling 20,000 ampere lightning
currents operates and crowbars the surge to ground. The protector remains in the crowbar state until the surge has passed and line voltages
return to safe levels, then automatically restores the line to normal operation. There is no need for resetting a breakeror replacing a fuse.
Application
Protectors are generally placed at each end of a signal or data line or current loop. In the case of daisy-chain configurations (such as RS-485),
protectors are placed at each node. The 1820 models provide both line-to-ground and line-to-line protection and are designed to use on differential signals (such as RS-422 or RS-485) and 4-20 mA current loops. 1810 models provide line-to-ground protection for two separate circuits
and are designed for use on ground referenced signals (such as RS-232) where the return wire is grounded at the protector. The 1811 and 1821
models provide the same protection modes for high frequency applications.
Related Bourns® Protectors
For outdoor applications with 1/2 inch NPT ports (such as field-mounted 4-20 mA transmitters), please refer to Bourns® Model 1669 Series
Protector. In this application, the mixed use of a Model 1800 Series Protector at the controller and a Model 1669 Series Protector at the field is
recommended.
Characteristics @ 25 °C
Surge Life
>100 operations with 200 Amps ....................................................................................................... 10 x 1000 μsec
>10 operations with 10,000 Amps .................................................................................................... 8 x 20 μsec
DC Leakage Current at Rated L/G Voltage ........................................................................................... <10 μAmps
Signal/Data Attenuation at Maximum Data Rate ................................................................................... 3 db with 600 Ω termination
Operating Temperature.......................................................................................................................... -40 ºC to + 60 ºC
Response Time...................................................................................................................................... 50 pico-seconds
Wire Size ............................................................................................................................................... 22-14 AWG
PROTECTIVE CHARACTERISTICS
INTERFACE OPERATING
CHARACTERISTICS
Peak
Signal
Voltage
L/L
L/G
(Volts) (Volts)
20
10
10
10
20
10
10
10
30
15
15
15
30
15
15
15
56
28
28
28
56
28
28
28
100
50
50
50
Max.
Data
Rate
(MHz)
10
4
50
50
8
3
45
45
9
4
40
40
10
4
BASE
MODEL
NUMBER
(see below
for Clamp
designation)
1810-10-XX
1820-10-XX
1811-10-XX
1821-10-XX
1810-15-XX
1820-15-XX
1811-15-XX
1821-15-XX
1810-28-XX
1820-28-XX
1811-28-XX
1821-28-XX
1810-50-XX
1820-50-XX
Peak Clamping Voltages
@ 5000 Amps,
8x20 μsec
Surge and Voltage
Rate-of-Rise of
100 kV / μsec
L/L
L/G
(Volts)
(Volts)
50
25
25
25
60
30
30
30
70
35
35
35
80
40
40
40
110
55
55
55
120
60
60
60
178
89
89
89
@ 1000 Amps,
8x20 μsec
Surge and Voltage
Rate-of-Rise of
500 V / μsec
L/L
L/G
(Volts)
(Volts)
42
21
21
21
52
26
26
26
56
28
28
28
64
32
32
32
90
45
45
45
78
78
45
45
156
156
78
78
LOAD
CURRENT
(mA)
220
220
350
350
180
180
300
300
150
150
250
250
100
100
TYPICAL
CAPACITANCE
L/G
(pF)
2200
3300
45
65
1500
2300
45
65
1100
1800
45
65
500
800
L/L
(pF)
1200
3300
45
65
750
2300
45
65
600
1800
45
65
300
800
SERIES
RESISTANCE
Each Line L/L
(Input to output)
(Ohms)
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
15
22
22
22
22
51
51
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.
1800 Series – Signal and Dataline Protector
How To Order (Clamp)
Typical Connections
Unbalanced Interface, Two Individual Circuits, Such as RS-233
E2
P/N 1810
L2
E3
RCVR
E1
L3
GND
L1
EQPT. COMMON
AND/OR GND.
P/N 1810
L2
GND
L1
COMMON
GND.
(Example: 1810-10-A1)
E2
RCVR
FEED-THRU(E3/L3)
E3
L3
~
~
XMTR
BLDG. 2
~
~
BLDG. 1
Add -A1 to base model number for
DIN-1 clamp.
GROUNDING SCREW
XMTR
E1
COMMON
GND.
28.96
(1.14)
EQPT. COMMON
AND/OR GND.
49.02
(1.93)
Balanced or Differential Interface, Such as RS-422
P/N 1820
L2
E3
E1
L2
GND
L1
P/N 1820
E2
E3
L3
L3
GND
L1
~
~
E2
XMTR
DIN-1 RAIL
(TS-32/EN50035)
BLDG. 2
~
~
BLDG. 1
Add -A3 to base model number for
DIN-3 clamp.
RCVR
E1
(Example: 1810-10-A3)
EQPT. COMMON
AND/OR GND.
COMMON
GND.
COMMON
GND.
EQPT. COMMON
AND/OR GND.
MOUNTING/GROUNDING SCREW
Current Loop, 4-20 mA
CONTROL ROOM
250
OHMS
E1
L2
~
~
P/N 1820
E3
RED
GND
L1
DIN-3 RAIL
(TS-35/EN50022)
RED /WHITE
BLACK /WHITE
BOURNS
1669
L3
~
~
E2
POWER
SUPPLY
45.47
(1.79)
XMTR
I
GREEN
BLK
File No.
1800SERS3
RECEIVER
1-5 VOLTS
+
-
I
DIMENSIONS:
BOURNS
PROTECTOR
P/N 1669
COMMON
GND.
MM
(INCHES)
Grounding: The 8-32 mounting screw and attached clamp, and hence the DIN-1 (TS-32)
or DIN-3 (TS-35) rail, serve as the protector ground. The rail (or 8-32 mounting screw if the
clamp is not used) should be connected to the facility ground via an AWG #6 or larger copper
wire. This wire should be as short and straight as possible. Single point grounding will provide
better protection and will permit the protector to be located a distance from the equipment.
Product Dimensions
LINE
L1 L3 L2
EQPT
E2 E3 E1
GND
48.51
(1.91)
18.80
(0.74)
3.18
(0.125)
2.36
(0.093)
ALIGNMENT PIN
E3/L3 GROUNDING LINK
83.31
(3.28)
DIMENSIONS:
9.53
(0.375)
8-32UNF-2A
17.80
(0.70)
MM
(INCHES)
REV. I 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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