Effective protection of your radio technology against surges on the voltage supply side. The power supply of the base station usually comes from a separate conductor – independent of the rest of the system. The supply line to the mobile communication station should be connected to appropriate lightning and surge arresters. These should be installed after the meter and in the sub-distribution board.
Prevent nuisance tripping of system fuses
The infrastructure of the main and system power supplies is protected by a combined arrester (combined lightning current and surge arrester).
DEHN combined arresters are characterised by an especially high follow current extinguishing capability and follow current limitation capacity. Consequently, nuisance tripping of system fuses that lead to cell sites shutting down are prevented. For you, this means very high system availability.
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DEHNvap DVA M NG 3P 100 FM
The latest-generation combined arrester optimally incorporates the low space requirements of only 4 modules with the comfort of a modular protective device.
DEHNvap DVA M NG 1P 50 FM
The latest-generation 1+1 combined arrester optimally incorporates the low space requirements of only 2 modules with the comfort of a modular protective device.
Specially developed for mobile communication systems and ready for 5G: the pluggable combined arrester for three-phase TT and TNS systems protects the power supply in just 4 modules. DEHNvap NG is one of the smallest modular combined arresters on the market.DEHNvap NG details
|Brochure||DEHN protects cell sites||All protection solutions and products summarised at a glance||.pdf 1.6 MB|
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|White paper||Protection for mobile communication systems (4G/LTE)||Detailed, compact protection solution||.pdf 2.8 MB|