HEMP Tested

A comprehensive line of surge protection devices engineered and tested to address the growing threat of electromagnetic pulse (EMP) including high-altitude EMP (HEMP), for all types of communications networks. HEMP Tested protection devices from Transtector are tested to the highest military standards and guidelines from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS).

Teaming with RF surge protection expert PolyPhaser, Transtector’s HEMP Tested product family includes solutions for:

LMR Networks, TV/Radio Broadcasting Facilities, Utility Networks & Grids, Banking and Finance, Railroad Signaling Systems, Transportation Infrastructure, Fielded Military Forces, Energy Storage Systems, Internet of Things (IoT).



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Network Signal EMP Protection

HEMPTestedTM to MIL-STD-188-125, Transtector Ethernet Surge protectors are designed to provide EMP protection for equipment and facilities in line with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) guidelines.

Using silicon technology, this protector utilizes Transtector’s patented rigid/flex construction to provide protection for common IEEE 802.3 1000Base-T LAN Lines and high speed 10/1000BT communications networks.


AC \ DC EMP Protection

Leveraging its expertise in Military Grade EMP/EMI surge protection, Transtector Systems has expanded its technology platform and introduced to the market HEMP Tested products and site audits for AC, DC.  Offering Robust EMP Protection devices for 120/240 split phase AC or up to 48V DC applications,  fast response and very low voltage protection levels even at high induced surge currents.

All units are HEMP Tested to MIL-STD-188-125  – Early Time HEMP (E1)  5 kA & Intermediate Time HEMP (E2)  25 A


RF EMP Protection

As providers of electronic application-specific components and subsystems, PolyPhaser’s innovative RF solutions enable ultimate system performance in the harshest environments.  The HEMP Tested line of EMP surge devices are tested to stringent Military Standard 188-125 and are engineered to provide EMP protection for equipment and facilities per Department of Homeland Security guidelines.