Meter Treater, Inc. 

CL320 Heavy Duty

575 SERIES Low Profile

Smart sensing technology
Listed to ANSI/UL 1449 Standard
2000 Joules per Phase
In 20kA
Surge protection up to 57kA
15 YEAR Warranty 
The 575 Series is a low profile version of the 400 Series. Based on field proven design & surge tested technology the 575 Series provides cost-effective primary protection. Series installation. 

METER BASED SURGE PROTECTION

The Model 400 Series Meter-Base Surge Protector is a derivative of the original 1986 design. Equipped with twin 40mm MOVs and 2 red Monitor LED's. The 400 series is an excellent primary Type 1 SPD.
Smart sensing technology
Surge suppresion up to 57kA
2000 Joules per Phase
In 20kA
Listed to ANSI/UL 1449 Standard
15 YEAR Warranty 

400 SERIES

The 675-3PAL is a 3 phase (200 Amp max) Type 1 SPD. Designed with the same surge performance ratings as the 400 and 575 Series meter based SPDs.
Smart sensing technology
In 20kA
2000 Joules per Phase
Listed to ANSI/UL 1449 Standard
15 YEAR Warranty​

675 SERIES

UTILITY PRODUCTS
2000 Joules per Phase
In 20kA
 Response time < 15 nanoseconds
4 Heavy-Duty Machined Jaw Blades​
Listed to ANSI/UL 1449 Standard
15 YEAR Warranty 
The CL320 Series is designed for Class 320 service & can handle up to 320 Amps continuous. Equipped with extra heavy duty jaw blades to accommodate current ratings.

RCHW SERIES

50 to 200kA Surge Rating
100kA RMS Symmetrical Fault Rating
In 10/20kA Aluminum or Polycarb Enclosure
Listed to ANSI/UL 1449 Standard
Additional Options Available
15 YEAR Warranty 
These hardwired units provide superior control over transients by delivering low clamping voltages combined with high surge energy handling capabilities. Installed in parallel with the service supply.
50kA Surge Ratings
100kA RMS Symmetrical Fault Rating
In 10/20kA
Glass filled polycarbonate enclosure
Listed to ANSI/UL 1449 Standard
15 YEAR Warranty​
MAP Series represents a new era in Surge Protection with it’s “one size fits all” application flexibility. All units contain short circuit and thermal fusing, a “smart sensing technology” that distinguishes between surges and overcurrent events.

MAP SERIES