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Device for providing protection against overvoltages with solderless contacts and corresponding manufacturing method

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #7821757.

A device (1) for providing protection for an electrical installation against overvoltages including at least one protection component (2), the device having a first mounting (14) delimiting a first interstitial space (14') with a dimension fixed by construction that at least partially houses a first conducting element (10) and a second conducting element (11) to make the electrical connection between the first conducting element and the second conducting element, the device also having a second mounting (15) delimiting a second interstitial space (15') with a dimension fixed by construction that at least partially houses a third conducting element (12) and a fourth conducting element (13) so as to make the electrical connection between the third conducting element and the fourth conducting element.

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