Intermatic PS3000 Surge Protector for Pool Pumps
Swimming Pool Pump Surge Protector

Intermatic PS3000 Surge Protector for Pool Pumps

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Part Number:PS3000
Your Price:$69.99

Power surges are the silent killer for today’s sophisticated pool and spa equipment. Most homeowners do not realize that today’s pool equipment like variable speed pumps, heat pumps and new electronic controls can be easily wiped out with power surges. The easy-to-install Intermatic surge protectors are the perfect add-on for your pool equipment. They feature unmatched surge protection ratings and a 3-year, $7,500 connected equipment warranty. The Intermatic surge protectors are inexpensive insurance that can save your pool equipment from expensive replacement and save your pool from significant downtime.

Intermatic PS3000 Fetures:

  • 120/240 VAC Single Split Phase SPD for use on a variety of Pool & Spa EquipmentType
  • 4X Enclosure
  • All Intermatic Surge Protective devices utilize state-of-the-art TPMOV® surge technology
  • Meets all UL1449 3rd Edition Standards
  • Green LED: Protection Indicator
  • Only Pool & Spa Surge Protector that is both Type 1 and Type 2 compatible
  • 3 modes of surge protection (L1-N, L2-N, L1-L2)
  • 18 in. 10 Gauge Leads
  • 1/2 inch x 20 Threaded Nipple (weatherproof and UV resistant)
  • 3-Year Product Warranty
  • $7,500 Connected Warranty
5 Stars
review
Awesome has worked properly protecting my electrical applications
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Reviewed by:  from Muskogee, Oklahoma. on 7/15/2015
5/5
5 Stars
Mr
Connected and hope it works. Lightening took out our last pump motor.
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Reviewed by:  from Fort walton beach . on 10/29/2016
5/5
5 Stars
Mr.
Not a lot to say at this point. The unit has been in service for almost 1 month and there have been no issues. Thing is, it's one of those things that you don't know what it's doing. We haven't had any storms so far this spring, so it's likely there haven't been any surges. Only if there's a storm, and I find that the protector has died, can I assume that it did so whilst protecting my pump - that is of course, if the pump is still functioning OK after the protector sacrifices itself. Not an easy thing to review then. It was simple enough to install is really about all I can say for sure.
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Reviewed by:  from Altamonte Springs, FL. on 5/17/2017
5/5

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