1 LPC LPC LIGHTNING PROTECTION CRANES, LLC. 10429 Success Street, Ashland, Virginia 23005Phone: (804) Cell: (804)/LPCLPCLPC Lightning and Surge Protection Systemfor Big Mobile Crawler and Rubber Tired Cranes!New! Never Before Offered to the Crane IndustryLightning strikes and the dangerous surges and transients induced by lightning represent a direct threat to people, building facilities, electrical and electronic equipment and of course mobile cranes. Atlantic Capital Companies, Inc. recognizes that no single technology can protect a crane from the damaging effects of lightning and induced transients, which can severely damage or destroy electronic systems, including LMI computers, load cells and other very expensive electronic components found on today's models heavy lift cranes both crawlers and rubber tired. An integrated approach is required to provide effective direct strike protection and grounding, in combination with effective surge protection, so that computers, load cells and all other sensitive, expensive electrical components remain secure and safe and downtime is eliminated.In order to provide the optimum level of protection, Atlantic Capital Companies, Inc. has developed a comprehensive plan of protection, incorporating direct strike protection and grounding and surge protection for electrical crane components. This protection plan, combined in particularly with a leading engineering and manufacturing company established in 1903, has helped position Atlantic Capital Companies, Inc. to become a global supplier of premium performance protection products for the mobile heavy lift crane market. This product has never been offered to the Mobile Crane Industry until now.LPC, subsidiary of ACC , Member ofPlease call for a quote today! Wally Jones at (804)
2 LPC LPC LPC Lightning Protection System for Big Mobile Crawler Cranes! LIGHTNING PROTECTION CRANES, LLC.10429 Success Street, Ashland, Virginia 23005Phone: (804) / (804)/LPCLPCNew!LPC Lightning Protection System for Big Mobile Crawler Cranes!LPC Lightning and Surge Protection slide for mobile cranes. Never Before Offered to the Crane IndustryLightning & Surge Protection Slide PresentationLPC, subsidiary of ACC, Member ofPlease call for a quote today! Wally Jones at (804) or/
3 Please click red dots to view LPS components LPCAir RodLoad Cell ProtectorNEMA EnclosureLightning Event CounterLoad Cell ProtectorsUniversal Transient BarrierTDS Surge DiverterGround Rod
4 LPCAir RodThese Air Rods capture the lightning strike to a known and preferred attachment point and to direct the flow away from electronic components.
5 LPCGround RodsResist corrosion better than galvanized rods allowing for a 30-year service life in most soilsState of the art manufacturing process ensures uniform plating thicknessAverage tensile strength of 80,000 psi and straightness tolerance of .010" per linear footExceed the requirements of ANSI®/UL® , CSA®, and ANSI/NEMA® GR-1
6 LPCNEMA EnclosureNEMA Enclosure to ensure weather and moisture proof housing for transient barrier surge protection components.These boxes will be mounted on boom for intermediary angle sensor and load cell transmitting cables.
7 Universal Transient Barrier LPCUniversal Transient BarrierThe UTB should be installed as close to the equipment being protected as possible. A UTB also must be installed every 30 meters in series of each circuit to ensure maximum protection to the LMI system on the house.Compact design universal transient barrier - protection of low-voltage circuits and transducersSeparate plug and base design - hot swappable feature allows ease of module replacementCAN-BUS compatible
8 LPC Lightning Event Counter Dimensions (DxHxW): 85 x 110 x 80mm (4.3" x 3.3" x 3.14")Enclosure Rating: NEMA-6 (IP67).Lightning Event CounterOperating Temperature: -40°C to 50°C (-40°F to +122°F).Triggering Impulse: 2000A 8/20µ s within 18mm (0.7") of unit base.
9 LPCTDS Surge DiverterTransient Discriminating (TD) technology helps ensure reliable and continued operation during sustained and abnormal over-voltage events. Internal thermal disconnect devices help ensure safe behavior at end-of-life. A visual indicator flag provides user-feedback in the event of such operation. As standard, the TDS1100 provides a set of voltage-free contacts for remote signaling that maintenance is due.