Surge Protection for Surveillance Systems
Power Switching & Controls
For Business-Critical Continuity™
Surge Protection for Surveillance Systems
Protect the System that is Protecting You...
Table of Contents
Introduction to Surge Protection
Our Comprehensive Surge Protection Plan–For Your Surveillance System.......................................................... 1
Our Approach
..................................................................................................................................................................... 2-3
Typical Applications (Illustrated)
Small Businesses – SURGEHOTSpots................................................................................................................4-5
Large Businesses/Campus Environment – SURGEHOTSpots.............................................................................6-7
Surge Protection Selection Guide For:
Surveillance Cameras, (Network, Analog, PTZ).................................................................................................8-9
Head-End Equipment, (DVR, NVR, Switch)....................................................................................................10-11
AC Power, (Electrical Service Panel, Rooftop HVAC, Exterior Lighting)............................................................... 12
Surge Protection Installation Diagrams
Analog, Network............................................................................................................................................... 13
Surge Protection Product Descriptions
Edco FAS Series, Edco CP-24 Series, Edco CCTV-1, Edco CX06 Series................................................................. 14
Edco PC-642C, Edco HVCP-48-BNC, Edco CAT6-POE-I.......................................................................................15
Islatrol RM-115-10RM, Edco RM-CX06-16R, Edco RM-CAT6-POE, 560 Series, 420 Series, Edco SHAS................ 16
Our Comprehensive Surge Protection
Plan—For Your Surveillance System
Why Should I Install Surge Protection On My CCTV System?
Damage Due To Transients and Surges
Today’s advanced surveillance systems are more critical than ever before. Monitoring for public safety, traffic, property
loss and crime prevention has become an integral part of today’s society. The equipment used has become increasingly
sophisticated and specialized to meet the requirements of its application. These requirements have created a wide variety
of cameras and accessories, each a vital link in the overall system. Sensitive components within this system are located
in areas that are highly susceptible to transients and surges. These disturbances can be induced on any power, video or
data line, often disrupting a signal or even disabling equipment. Any failure within that system can prevent capturing and
recording of critical information, leaving you at risk.
IEEE Recommendations
Numerous standards exist that caution end users of potential issues associated with transient
activity and their low voltage signals, including the IEEE Emerald Book, which specifically states
in 4.6.5.1 that; “Signal-carrying circuits are susceptible to surge interference via conduction,
inductive and capacitive coupling…” They go on to recommend protecting both the power
and signal lines in 8.6.6; “Electronic equipment containing both AC power and data cabling
should also be properly protected via surge protective devices on both the AC power and data
cables.” Other guides such as UL Master Label 96A, the National Electric Code (section 800) and
the NFPA, set forth criteria to ensure the integrity of voice, data, and communication systems
critical to the safe operation of the facility.
Dual Protection Benefits
• The benefits of a surveillance system are clear. Monitoring and capturing workflow, potential liability actions and
criminal activity should be viewed as a 24/7, 365 day-a-year commitment.
• Taking the extra step to ensure the operation of your system requires a coordinated surge protection plan that
identifies susceptible “SURGEHOTSpots” within that system.
Our Approach
Emerson Network Power has developed a series of products to specifically address these potential “SURGEHOTSpots”.
Whether your system is an established analog, fixed, high-definition network or some combination of both,
we have a solution.
“Taking the extra step to ensure the operation of your system
requires a coordinated surge protection plan that identifies
susceptible “SURGEHOTSpots” within that system.”
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Emerson Network Power’s Approach
to Surveillance System Protection
Surge protection is a smart investment in preventing not only equipment loss, but the potential loss of critical information...
possibly the surveillance video itself. Emerson Network Power recommends the following:
1. Install surge protection devices on all components connected to wiring entering or exiting a building.
As detailed in the diagram below, a typical surveillance system is directly or indirectly connected to a building’s main
electrical service panel. AC power, data lines and coaxial cables...are all vulnerable to surges and transients. A single
surge event affecting exterior equipment, (like cameras), can follow a path leading back into a building, affecting interior
equipment as well. DVRs, interior cameras, midspans and power supplies may not have received the initial surge, but
because these components are connected, the entire system is at risk of damage or even destruction.
2. Install surge protection devices directly on the electrical service panel, along with each individual piece of
equipment (both interior and exterior).
The risk of damage from a surge event isn’t limited to only the interior and exterior video surveillance equipment...
loads, such as HVAC units, lighting and signage can be affected by a surge event occurring elsewhere.
HVAC
Equipment
Camera
Power Supply
Interior/Exterior
Cameras
Main Electrical
Service Panel
Camera Head-End
Equipment
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Exterior
Lighting/Signs
“It takes a variety of surge protective products to protect your
mission-critical equipment. Emerson Network Power’s comprehensive
product portfolio ensures you’ll be able to provide peace-of-mind surge
protection at all “SURGEHOTSpots” within the security system.”
Peace-of-Mind Surge Protection
AC Power
Protect with a UL 1449, Type 1 Surge Protective Device, (SPD). Installing AC surge
protection as a first line of defense ensures that all panels and equipment connected
to the system will not act as a conduit for transient impulses to disrupt or damage
downstream components.
DC Power
Installing surge protection directly at your equipment ensures that your devices are
isolated from impulses that may be induced on exposed, long wire runs.
Coaxial
Protect with a UL 497 approved SPD. Installing coaxial based surge protection directly at
your equipment ensures your devices are isolated from impulses that may be induced on
exposed, long cable runs. For complete protection, install a device at both the camera
and head-end of the system.
Data
Protect with a UL 497 approved SPD. Installing a surge protective device to protect your
RS-485 data lines is critical. Data can be disrupted via surge impulses or sneak currents at
impulse levels of less than 10 volts. For complete protection, install a device at both the
PTZ camera and head-end of the system.
Ethernet
Protect your Category 5 or 6 ethernet lines and POE devices with a properly sized SPD.
Long cable runs to exposed locations can provide a direct path for induced transients to
disrupt devices and may provide a conduit for transients to enter your network.
Rackmount (Head-End)
Protect multiple AC, Coax and POE connections within your camera/network rack.
Interactions with AC power panels, long, exposed cable runs and access to your business
network switches, makes this one of the most vulnerable and critical “SURGEHOTSpots”
within your surveillance system.
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SURGEHOTSp ts™
Camera Head-End
Surge HOT Spots
The equipment rack is a landing
point for DC, AC, video and data
inside your facility. Information
may be stored or transmitted to
the network from this location,
therefore proper protection at
all points is required.
Small Business
Rooftop HVAC
Rooftop HVAC systems are a critical component in keeping
your business “up and running”, electronics can overheat
in minutes, and a failure here may not only impact
electronic transactions, but compromise your system’s
ability to record events.
Typical Applications Requiring Surge Protection
PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom)
Camera
Rooftop Air
Conditioning Unit
Exterior Cameras (Analog)
High exposure installations and wire routing make any
externally mounted camera extremely susceptible to
transient and surge events.
Rackmount
Equipment
Multi-plexors
Midspans
DVR
Service Entrance/
AC Power
The utility room may be the first
point of access for surges. In a
small business, utility power,
HVAC units and parking lot
lighting may be tied directly into
a single service panel. These
locations may act as a conduit
for transients to enter your
electrical system; the same
“system” that provides power
for (video recording equipment).
Exterior/Parking Lot
Lighting
Electrical
Service
Panel
Fixed Camera
Exterior Lighting and Signage
Parking lot and exterior lighting are susceptible
to lightning transients, which puts the electronics
within the fixture at risk as well as provides a direct
path for the transient to enter the facility’s electrical
system.
Interior Cameras (Analog)
Interior surveillance is one of the most “mission-critical” areas
for any business. Cameras need to be fully operational at all
times. Interior and exterior cameras are often electrically
connected and share the same ground potential – a surge
event outside can adversely affect equipment on the inside.
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Counter/Transaction
Surveillance
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SURGEHOTSp ts™
Rooftop HVAC
Surge HOT Spots
All exterior mechanical systems that are in an area not effectively
protected by a lightning protection system should be considered
targets. Therefore, it’s recommended practice to individually
provide surge protection on both the equipment and the panel
board feeding the equipment.
Large Businesses/Campus Environment
Typical Applications Requiring Surge Protection
Video Monitors and
Accessories
“A campus environment creates a unique protection challenge… IEEE Emerald book recommends: “…a listed
and properly rated surge protective device should be applied to each individual or set of electrical conductors
(e.g., power, voice, and data) penetrating any of the six sides forming a structure.”
Video may be monitored in multiple
locations and tied back to a central area/
rack area for recording and storage. Each
location requires a coordinated AC, DC,
video and data protection plan.
Rooftop Air
Conditioning Unit
IT/Network Services
Recorded information is often fed to the campus’ network;
therefore all aspects of the data center should be protected,
Including servers, hubs, routers, switches.
Exterior Cameras
(Network)
PTZ (Pan/Tilt/Zoom)
Camera
There are potentially hundreds of
cameras mounted externally in a campus
environment with extremely long cable
runs and attached (exposed) accessories.
Protection for power, data and video
should be applied at each camera and
accessory connection along the way.
Rackmount
Equipment
Multi-plexors
Switches
Midspans
DVR
Nurse’s Station/Monitoring
Electrical Service Panel
Each building in a campus setting may
contain its own service panel with its
utility power potentially fed from a
variety of sources. In any case, this
system gets complex and ultimately
compromised due to ground potential
differences and exposed conductors.
Cascaded surge protection is required at
each panel.
Exterior/Parking Lot
Lighting
Maternity/Nursery Security
Electrical
Service
Panel
Exterior Lighting
Parking lot and exterior lighting need to be operational at all
times. Lightning transients put the electronics within the fixture
at risk. Additionally, it provides a direct path for the transient to
enter the facility’s electrical system.
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Interior Cameras (Network)
Fixed Camera
Interior cameras may be powered by a variety of sources; a supply cabinet, PoE.
Each camera should to be protected by a properly sized surge protective device at
both the camera and head-end.
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Surge Protection Selection Guide
NETWORK CAMERAS
Dome
Dome (back)
Box
Box (back)
ANALOG CAMERAS
Dome
Dome (back)
Box
Box (back)
PTZ CAMERAS
PTZ (front)
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PTZ Connector
Surveillance Cameras
RECOMMENDED SURGE PROTECTION PRODUCT
POWER
VIDEO
DATA
COMBINATION UNIT
IF POWER OVER ETHERNET
Edco CCTV-1
(Interior)
#523079
N/A
#522937
Edco FAS-1
#523094
#523084
Edco CX-06-MI
(Exterior)
Edco CAT6-POE-I
RECOMMENDED SURGE PROTECTION PRODUCT
POWER
Edco CP-24
(Interior)
#523073
VIDEO
DATA
COMBINATION UNIT
Edco CCTV-1
(Interior)
#523079
N/A
#522937
Edco FAS-1
(Exterior)
#523084
Edco CX-06-MI
(Exterior)
#523096
Edco HVCP-48-BNC
RECOMMENDED SURGE PROTECTION PRODUCT
POWER
#522937
Edco FAS-1
VIDEO
#523084
Edco CX-06-MI
DATA
COMBINATION UNIT
#523103
Edco PC-642C
#523096
Edco HVCP-48-BNC
Product descriptions are located on pages 14-16
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Surge Protection Selection Guide
DVR
DVR
DVR (back)
NVR
NVR (back)
NVR
SWITCH
Switch
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Switch (back)
Head-End Equipment
RECOMMENDED SURGE PROTECTION PRODUCT
POWER
COMBINATION UNIT
VIDEO
FOR ETHERNET
Edco RM-CX06-16R
Islatrol RM-115-10RM
#377796
Edco CAT6-POE
#523098
#523094
RECOMMENDED SURGE PROTECTION PRODUCT
POWER
COMBINATION UNIT
VIDEO
FOR ETHERNET
N/A
Islatrol RM-115-10RM
Edco CAT6-POE
#523094
#377796
RECOMMENDED SURGE PROTECTION PRODUCT
POWER
COMBINATION UNIT
VIDEO
N/A
Islatrol RM-115-10RM
Edco CAT6-POE
#377796
#377844
Product descriptions are located on pages 14-16
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Surge Protection Selection Guide
ELECTRICAL SERVICE PANEL
AC Power
RECOMMENDED SURGE PROTECTION PRODUCT
POWER
420 Series
560 Series
(For 800 Amps and Above)
Call for Pricing
Call for Pricing
ROOFTOP HVAC
RECOMMENDED SURGE PROTECTION PRODUCT
POWER
420 Series
Call for Pricing
EXTERIOR LIGHTING
RECOMMENDED SURGE PROTECTION PRODUCT
POWER
Edco SHAS Series
120 – #524308 277 – #524311
240 – #524309 480 – #524312
Product descriptions are located on pages 14-16
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Surge Protection Installation Diagrams
Box
(Interior)
Head-End
Equipment Rack
Box
(Exterior)
Outside Wall
Air Handling
Unit
Dome
(Interior)
To Rack Power
DVR
Service
Panel
Switch
Exterior
Lighting
Outside Wall
Router
PTZ
(Exterior)
Internet
Camera
Power
Supply
ANALOG CAMERA
INSTALLATION
Air Handling
Unit
POE
(Interior)
From
Utility
Head-End
Equipment Rack
Outside Wall
Dome
(Exterior)
Switch
NVR
Box
(Interior)
Switchgear
Branch
Panel
NETWORK CAMERA
INSTALLATION
Exterior
Lighting
Camera
Power
Supply
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Surge Protection Product Descriptions
CAMERA POWER
Edco FAS Series (Twisted Pair)
Edco CP-24 Series (2.1mm Power Jack)
Select Edco FAS-1-043 HC to protect power
to the camera
Select Edco CP-24 to protect
power to the camera
#522937
The Edco FAS-1 Series is a Multistage, single-pair surge suppressor,
designed for high exposure camera
locations and is ideal for protecting
“twisted pair” power to your camera.
#523073
Ideal for protecting the DC power input to your security
camera. The Edco CP-24 is a quick snap installation
for power applications up to 24 VDC. For complete
protection add the Edco CCTV-1 to the video input.
Technical Summary
Peak Surge Current.............................................................. 10 kA
Operating Current................................................................ 2.5 A
SPD Technology............................... GDT, SAD, w/Series Inductor
Connection Type................... Terminal block w/compression lugs
(Terminals accept up to 12 AWG)
Certifications................................................................... UL 497B
*Optional Combination Package ......... Edco FAS-1-043 HC/CX-06-MI
Order P/N: FAS-CXMI
#525225 (Combination)
Technical Summary
Peak Pulse Power............................................ 1500W
Operating Current.............................................. . .5A
SPD Technology.................................................. SAD
Connection Type..............2.1mm Camera Power Jack
*Optional Combination Package................. Edco CP-24/
Edco CCTV-1
Order P/N: CP-CCTV
#525222 (Combination)
VIDEO
Edco CX06 Series (BNC)
Edco CCTV-1 (BNC)
Select Edco CX-06-MI
for an isolated ground
to the camera
Select Edco CCTV-1 to protect the video input
to the security camera
#523084
The Edco CX06 Series implements a three-stage hybrid technology;
offering high energy surge handling capability directly at your
camera. This product is ideally suited for protecting your video
signal in high exposure applications.
Technical Summary
Peak Surge Current.............................................................. 20 kA
Operating Current.............................................................. 0.15 A
Operating Voltage.............................................................. 5 VDC
SPD Technology...................................... GDT, SAD, w/Series PTC
Connection Type............................................... BNC, 50/75 Ohm
Certifications......................................................... UL 497B Listed
*Optional Combination Package ......... Edco CX-06-MI/FAS-1-043 HC
Order P/N: FAS-CXMI
#525225 (Combination)
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The Edco CCTV-1 application is
#523079
specifically designed for protecting
closed circuit TV systems. The protector is easily
installed directly at the camera’s BNC video output.
Technical Summary
Peak Surge Current............................................10 kA
Operating Current..................................................1A
Peak Surge Current........................... 10 kA (8 x 20 µs)
Operating Voltage............................................ 5 VDC
Frequency Range....................................... 0 to 1 GHz
SPD Technology................ Gas Discharge Tube (GDT)
Connection Type................................. BNC, 75 Ohms
*Optional Combination Package............... Edco CCTV-1/
Edco CP-24
Order P/N: CP-CCTV
#525222 (Combination)
Surge Protection Product Descriptions
DATA
Edco PC-642C (Twisted Pair)
Select Edco PC642C-008LC and Edco PCB1B (base) to protect your data port
The Edco PC642C-008LC surge suppressor is a four-wire module implementing
three-stage hybrid technology with resettable fuses, specifically designed for
RS 485 and RS 422 applications.
Technical Summary
Peak Surge Current..................................................................................................................................................................10 kA
Operating Voltage.................................................................................................................................................................. 5 VDC
Operating Current..................................................................................................................................................................0.15 A
SPD Technology........................................................................................................................................... GDT, SAD, w/Series PTC
Connection Type....................................................................................................................... Terminal block w/compression lugs
Terminals accept up to 10 AWG
Certifications.......................................................................................................................................................................UL 497B
#523159 (Base)
#523103
COMBINATION UNITS
Edco HVCP-48-BNC
Edco CAT6-POE-I
Select the Edco HVCP-48-BNC for
DC power, data and video
protection all-in-one package
Select the Edco CAT6-POE-I for
isolated ground protection
at the camera end
The Edco HVCP-48-BNC is a hybrid
surge protection product. Each
separate circuit is capable of handling
high-current impulses while tightly clamping transients
and allowing critical power and data to be transmitted.
The Edco CAT6-POE Series is
designed to work on
Category 6 Power-Over-Ethernet transmission line applications
and is ideal for protecting POE cameras. For optimum protection
use the Edco CAT6-POE-I at the camera and the Edco Cat6-POE
at the head-end. Optional DIN mount available.
Technical Summary
DC Total Peak Surge Current Rating.........................10kA
DC Power Operating Voltage...............................48 VDC
DC Power Operating Current................................ 1 Amp
Data Clamping Voltage........................................15 VDC
Data Peak Surge Current Rating...............................10kA
Video Clamping Voltage SPD Technology..............2 VDC
Video Peak Surge Current Rating.............................10kA
Certifications..........UL 497B Listed, Tested to IEC 802.11
*Optional NEMA 4X Enclosure
Technical Summary
Operating Voltage..........................................................5 VDC
Operating Voltage........................................................48 VDC
Operating Current.................... 0.75 Amps per Pin Continuous
Peak Surge Current.......................................................... 10kA
Transmission Speeds.............. 10BaseT; 100BaseT; 1000BaseT
SPD Technology................................................GDT; PTC; SAD
Certifications...................UL 497B Listed, Tested to IEC 802.11
(Complies to IEEE 802.3AT and 802.3AF)
#523096
#523094
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Surge Protection Product Descriptions
HEAD-END RACKMOUNT
Islatrol RM-115-10RM
Edco RM-CX06-16R
Edco RM-CAT6-POE
Select Islatrol RM-115-10RM to
protect the AC Power to your
head-end equipment
Select Edco RM-CX06-16R to protect
the video connection feeding your
head-end equipment
Select Edco RM-CAT6-POE to protect
network switches and hubs
Islatrol™ RM Series is a series connected
filter with surge suppression, designed to
provide AC power protection at your rack.
The Edco RM-CX06-16R Surge
Protective Device (SPD) is a 16-channel
coax SPD implementing three-stage
hybrid technology.
48 Channel Shown
Technical Summary
#377796
Peak Surge Current....................... 40 kA
Operating Current.......................... 15 A
Operating Voltage........................ 120 V
SPD Technology............ MOVs, inductor,
Capacitor
Connection Type.............. 5-15 P, (Plug)
Qty.12/5-15 R (Receptacles)
Status............ Power, Ground and Surge
Indicators, Digital Meter
Certifications........... UL1449 3rd Edition
#523098
Technical Summary
Peak Surge Current....................... 20 kA
Operating Current....................... 0.15 A
Operating Voltage....................... 5 VDC
SPD Technology..................... GDT, SAD,
w/Series PTC
Connection Type......... BNC, 50/75 Ohm
Certifications...................UL 497B Listed
The Edco RM-CAT6-POE Series is a
multi-channel high-speed data line
protector that utilizes a three-stage
hybrid design technology. 8-48 channels
available.
#377844
Technical Summary
Operating Voltage........................5 VDC
Operating Voltage......................48 VDC
Operating Current.................0.75 Amps
per Pin Continuous
Peak Surge Current.........................10kA
Transmission Speeds............... 10BaseT;
100BaseT 1000BaseT
AC POWER
560 Series
420 Series
Edco SHAS Series
Select the 560 Series
to protect the main
service entrance and
distribution panels
Install the 420 series
at ANY location
within the AC
power system
Select the Edco SHAS to
protect street, parking
lot lighting and signage
Premium service entrance surge
protector, designed for high-exposure,
high-energy applications.
Compact surge protective device,
designed for use on service entrance,
distribution panels and HVAC
equipment.
Call for Pricing
Technical Summary
Surge Current.........80 kA-500 kA/mode
Operating Voltage.................120-600V,
(All Phase Configurations Available)
SCCR....................................... 200 kAIC
SPD Technology...... Modular, MOV/Fuse
Arrays, Capacitors
Certifications...........UL1449 3rd Edition,
Type 1, UL1283, cUL
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Call for Pricing
Technical Summary
Peak Surge Current.............50 kA/mode
Operating Voltage.................120-480V,
(All Phase Configurations Available)
SCCR....................................... 200 kAIC
SPD Technology................Non-Modular,
MOV Based
Certifications...........UL1449 3rd Edition,
Type 1, cUL
The Edco SHAS Series is a compact
surge protector that is designed to be
integrated within your outdoor light
fixtures. Ideal for ballast and electronic
power supply protection.
Technical Summary
Surge Current............................... 36 kA
Operating Voltage..... 120, 277, 240, 480V
SPD Technology............................. MOV
Connection Type..........Wire Lead Series
Connected SPD
120 – #524308 277 – #524311
240 – #524309 480 – #524312
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for your surveillance system application,
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Emerson Network Power provides innovative solutions and expertise in areas
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power, integrated racks and enclosures, power switching and controls, monitoring,
and connectivity.
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