Every day installers, integrators, engineers and electricians count on Ditek Surge Protection Devices (SPDs) to safeguard their fire panels, video surveillance systems, network devices, burglar alarms, access control systems and AC power. When planning your next project, choose the trusted brand of professionals.


Featured Products

Power over Ethernet Surge Protector for Outdoor Applications

DITEK’s 10GbE outdoor rated DTK-MRJPOEX is designed specifically for PoE connections exposed to extreme weather conditions.

Wall Mount 4 Channel Network Surge Protector

The DTK-WM4NETS is a 4-channel, wall mount surge protector that uses state-of-the-art circuitry to provide best-in-breed surge protection for Ethernet, PoE and optional PoE extender circuits.

Twelve Circuit Series Connected Surge Protective Device with Dry Contacts and Audible Alarm

The DTK-DF120S12 was specifically designed to protect convenience stores and multi-pump fueling stations from unnecessary damage caused by electrical surge events. This unique new configuration delivers a wide range of benefits to store operators by protecting sensitive fuel pump control systems and more from damage while ensuring that protection is operating correctly. Visual, audible, smart.

Modular Surge Protective Device with Integral Disconnect - 300kA/Phase

DITEK's D300M-T industrial surge protectors with integral disconnect are designed to meet new construction bid/spec requirements for facility-wide protection. Each model provides a high surge current rating to ensure long service life, and includes service assurance features to support proactive operational management.

Line Interactive Uninterruptible Power Supply

DITEK’s 800VA Line Interactive Uninterruptible Power Supply provides pure backup voltage with built-in AVR stabilizer.

Power over Ethernet Surge Protector

DITEK’s 10GbE DTK-MRJPOES is designed with state-of-the-art circuitry to provide superior protection for Shielded Power over Ethernet connections. This point of use surge protector can be installed at the equipment end, or ahead of injectors and midspan devices.

Latest Blog Posts

Jim Dolloff
19 February 2021
Electrical product safety is one workplace compliance standard any organization, systems integrator or project manager takes seriously. Research statistics we see from IEEE and NFPA demonstrate just how dangerous electricity can be if work safety and health concerns are not enforced. The business impact resulting from careless electrical accident prevention ultimately causes downtime and costs bot...
Chris Ralston
19 January 2021
Fire safety technology has certainly evolved over the last 125 years since the first automatic fire alarm system was patented and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) was launched. While innovation in the fire industry can be slow and sometimes plodding, it seems that external forces more than technology advancement has driven the development of new solutions and products. With the spid...
Mike Molinari
16 December 2020
The properties and effects that characterize a lightning strike are truly remarkable. Lightning begins as a high-intensity electric impulse that initially grows in a gaseous environment while forming in the atmosphere and then evolves into a solid, more or less conductive medium when it strikes the ground. However, the fireworks that take place during this celestial trip from heaven to earth can b...
Cheryl Derenthal
22 October 2020
One of the most notorious public venue lighting failures occurred at the 2013 Super Bowl. A partial power outage in the New Orleans Superdome literally turned off the lights during the nighttime game, stopping play for 34 minutes. Fans were confused, the network broadcast was disrupted, and social media buzzed with conjecture. It was discovered several days later that a newly installed relay ...