How Does An EMP Shield Work? - Inergy

January 10, 2022

During an EMP, power surge, or lightning strike your devices become charged with massive amounts of electricity. The sudden surge is so powerful that it will fry the sensitive electronic components of your devices and cause permanent damage.

EMP Shield combats that threat in two ways.

First, the EMP Shield actively monitors the system it’s connected to and keeps track of the voltage across the system.

If it detects a spike in voltage, the EMP shield will act as a vacuum and draw the excess electricity into itself where it can be safely dissipated. EMP Shield’s reaction time is 500 trillionths of a second (which is INSANELY fast), so it’s able to pull the overvoltage in your system away from your devices before it can cause any damage.

This innovative combination of active monitoring and lightning-fast response has allowed EMP Shield to become the leading technology in overvoltage protection.

If you want to learn more about EMP Shield and how it can protect your Flex system, click here.

Have questions about EMPs? Check out this article on our blog: You Should be EMP Ready. Here’s Why

 

Written by: Eitan Mizrahi


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